Rubicon: Season 1, Episode 8

Caught in the Suck (12 Sep. 2010)

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The CIA asks Miles and Tanya to oversee an interrogation.

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The season continues to build up...
13 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Rubicon is a show for a certain, limited number of people. It started off very slow, but as the season continues, we see more and more of what it really is- an engaging, clever, and highly interesting mystery.

Caught in the Suck, the 8th episode of the first season, shows an unusual side of he interrogation of an Al Qaeda member when Miles and Tanya are sent to oversee it. Both characters are becoming more compelling as the series continues, as well as the actors. We also see Maggie being uplifted from her spy duties in Will's office, which when all said and done, will cause us to identify with him as well as her and question what the deeper analysis was.

Overall, this was perhaps the best episode so far, and the show just keeps adding layers upon layers which is really intriguing television for me, and hopefully, many other people.


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