Tang is involved in an accidental shooting on the day she is served with divorce papers, Sammy gives Ben the cold shoulder after his accusations, and Adams and Robinson investigate the death of a drug dealer.

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Tang is involved in an accidental shooting on the day she is served with divorce papers, Sammy gives Ben the cold shoulder after his accusations, and Adams and Robinson investigate the death of a drug dealer.

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1 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I can't really say anything about 'Fallout' without acknowledging a personal disappointment; and that's primarily with the handling of both sets of partners.

Aptly titled, this is still dealing with repercussions from last episode. Bryant and Sherman are on the outs, but it's not painting Sammy in a good light. Their partnership is in doubt because he's acting like an infant. Outside of that, most of the drama is between Cooper and Tang, the latter still feeling the paranoia from 'Integrity Check'. It causes her to make an awful judgment call - it's an understandable one, but this drives a serious wedge between the season's two best characters. Not only that, but it's the start of Lucy Liu's exit. She shares a great chemistry with Michael Cudlitz and I have no idea why the decision was made to write her out. Maybe I just don't like the way her character's being written, and I hate the endgame.

But even in with the futures of these relationships uncertain, Lydia and Ruben close out the episode with a solid moment of bonding.

even when it's frustrating, this is an amazing show.

9/10


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