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The Warrior Class 

A young Kinaho girl is murdered on Amish land. She was seeing Soloman, the little brother of Rebecca. Hostilities ensue between the Kinaho and the Amish. Proctor comes to the aid of his people. Hood has a surprising visitor from his past.

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A young Kinaho girl, Lana Cleery, is murdered on Amish land. She was dating Solomon Bowman, the younger brother of Rebecca. Hostilities ensue between the Kinaho and the Amish. Accusations are made back and forth between the families of both groups. During the investigation and questioning of both Kinaho and Amish, the Sheriff's Department learns that Lana Cleery was once dating a Kinaho boy named Tommy Littlefield. When Tommy found out about Solomon, he started sending her threatening emails. Hood and his deputies decide to go on Kinaho Moon reservation to speak with Tommy Littlefield. That proved to be most difficult as they had to go through Chayton Littlefield first. An angered Chayton wipes the floor with Lucas Hood. He throws him around the room like a a rag doll. Rushing to their boss's aid, the other deputies crash through the windows. Eventually, they subdue all the Red Tail gang members including Chayton, but not without plenty of scars and bruises of their own. Back at the ... Written by Axe Pagode

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When Deputy Siobhan and Sheriff Hood are sitting in the deputy's trailer having a drink, her drink changes hands several times. Head-on, she has the drink in her right hand, from the side angle, it's in her left. See more »

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"There's something you don't see everyday" (dialog)
28 January 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Although I am sure the nod to the tag line in THE TRUMAN SHOW (above) was not intentional, it was probably one of the few things in this series which wasn't.

As I have said in other reviews of other episodes, the guys behind the camera are serious and don't miss a trick.

Take the pacing in this one. For the first 15 minutes you might think you had tuned a BBC mystery by mistake, everything is slow and easy.

Then all Hell breaks loose as Hood fights a giant Native American (in what may be remembered as a breakout role for Geno Segers) followed shortly by a visit from his son ... who is not his son.

Then we have a blackmail attempt on Hood. (Not the first time, but these are always fun) All nicely framed by the incredible images we have come to expect from this show,.. everything from Murder #1 to the Amish countryside.

Again, the pacing. Things slow down, sort of, then by the 35:00 minute we have Proctor and his "assistant" defend the entire Amish community from an angry mob of natives .... and they do it! By the 42:00 we have an attempted abduction of the sweet Amish girl who broke with her clan.

And the episode ends typically with yet another interesting female character making inappropriate suggestions to Sheriff Hood ... which he accepts.

AND WHAT GETS ME IS THAT THIS EPISODE IS NOT UNUSUAL, IT IS TYPICAL, ACTUALLY SLIGHTLY UNDERSTATED.

THE REAL ANTAGONISTS, the ones considered DANGEROUS, ARE NOT IN EVEN IN THIS EPISODE!

FUN


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