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I can't say I liked it quite as much as the other reviewer here. Season #1 was really more my kind of thing, Season #2 considerably less so (I still think Lyndsy Fonseca was in over her head playing vengeful Alex), Season #3 even less so. The story lines are intricate. Okay, I originally signed up because of the glam appeal, I was instantly a Lyndsy Fonseca devotee, and, yes, the setup of the First Season added to the excitement. But as the story got more and more complex, I have found it difficult to hang on.
I do respect it for it obvious quality. I should single out Melinda Clarke as Amanda, I knew her from THE O.C. (the kind of show I am more at home with), and I think highly of her in both that one and this one.
Just now saw Division blown to smithereens. I've been watching on DVD since 2014, lots and lots of Thursdays, and I've come to learn that anything might happen. I do respect this show, and the season finale was great. Perfect? No! It struck me that Maggie Q might have given it a good try, but real sorrowful emotion next to 'dead' Michael, no. She should have put more into it. Considering the effort that went into this show.
But it is good, with an intense, all-out, down to bare knuckles action shootout ---- again, you expect me to believe that the Dirty Thirty would arrive on the scene and almost instantly run out of ammunition? It's that kind of thing, you see what I mean, the ice is very, very thin...!
But I'm not knocking it! Not at all! Great work!
I bought everything very early on. I have Season Four lined up already. Soon. Only six episodes to go...
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