When our unlikely trio tracks former inmate Paxton Petty, a sick landmine bomber who has returned only to place bombs throughout populated areas of San Francisco, methods of the past are applied to the present.

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The next reappearing convict is Paxton Petty, a sick Korean war veteran who became a serial landmine murderer. He was tortured in Alcatraz by the brutal doctor and made a deal with Dr. Lucy Banerjee for the whereabouts of the last bomb. Now he wants revenge, especially on Hauser, whom he manages to lure into a minefield. The team must crack the clues in a poem preserved in his prison file. Written by KGF Vissers

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Emerson Hauser: [sitting with a comatose Lucy] I found the twin tree. And Petty's last bomb.
[holds up the plunger from a land mine]
Emerson Hauser: So much death... from something so small.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Alacatraz End Credits Theme
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Composed by J.J. Abrams
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Step on a Crack...
24 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Weakest Ep so far, but that does not make it bad.

It took be about 3 eps to get the feel for this series, I like it. It has Good Acting, Good Production, and I care about the characters. I don't think it is high quality like Fringe, but it is definitely higher than some of the CSI shows, which I used to like a lot.

Mostly I like 'Doc, cos he is an Unlikely Hero. Or, like "Bruce Baxter" (Kyle Chandler) says in Pete Jackson's King Kong: "In Real Life, Heroes don't look like me - They got Bad Breath, a Bald Spot, and a Beer Gut." Well this is Doc, glandular problems aside, his Heart Matches his Size. This ep may crawl slow, but I see some real heart being given to the characters.

I'm about to check out Last Monday's Sode - Which I am rather interested in, seeing the last few scenes from THIS Ep. Looks like we are about to get some Extrapolation from Doctor Beauregard (Leon Rippy, one of my favorite Character Actors).


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