It's Hood Day on the streets of Los Angeles, and Captain Rucker has the department playing hall monitors. Sammy lets old grudges die hard when he leaves a gang territory unattended, only to... See full summary »

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Captain Joel Rucker
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Mr. Kahan
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Danny Velasquez
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Rebecca Kahan
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Dede Crawford
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Irwin Nicholas
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It's Hood Day on the streets of Los Angeles, and Captain Rucker has the department playing hall monitors. Sammy lets old grudges die hard when he leaves a gang territory unattended, only to have a violent gang war erupt throughout the city. Ben's recent mistake continues to haunt him publicly everywhere he goes. Ruben practices his speech for his daughter's quinceañera in the midst of a murder investigation. Cooper and Tang investigate a robbery in a strict Orthodox Jewish home, leading Tang to reveal parts of her past. Written by TNT Publicity

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29 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In a way, 'Community' is "Southland" doing what it does best: putting it's audience in the backseat on one call after another. This is usually where the plot follows smoothly and mixes well with the blood-pumping action. But in this episode, the calls aren't all that interesting. There's one exception, in which Cooper and Tang allow a victim of assault to exact his own street justice. It's a hilarious scene, and probably the only dose of humor in this thing. Lydia and Reuben fare worse in this department, working a fairly by-the-numbers case while conversation is confined to his practicing a quinceañera speech.

There's never really a bad "Southland" episode, but this is somewhat of a letdown following a string of great ones.

6/10


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