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Terrific two-parter to end the season. "Wounded", pt 1, did a great job
of laying the groundwork and "Warrior" followed up by knocking it out
of the park.
Not going to cite chapter and verse except to say all the threads left dangling by "Wounded" were very nicely tied up with a nice inclusion from "Wounded"'s story-line: the story of the Humvee's driver.
My real spoiler is Donnie, Moretti's Ex, who was introduced earlier in the season. Initially, he looked like he was going to be an occasional, irritating but likable foil. Seems the writers had, and have, a different fate in store for him. They've spent most of the summer developing his character and turning him into a full-fledged human being in the process.
In "Warrior" they complete the process when, at the end, he declines Moretti's invitation to spend the night, citing how he doesn't want to repeat the errors that led to their first break-up and, if they wind up getting back together, he wants to do it right. This is not the Donnie who first appeared in "C-Changes..." as a likable but totally self-absorbed narcissist and careerist. Watching the transformation has been one of the summer's highlights.
There was one small disappointment - I was hoping that, once exonerated, Moretti would dump the FBI, which treated her like a pariah in "Wounded", and become a consultant (PI) free to follow Pierce's wanderings without restraint and with Donnie, now as a private attorney, acting both as a side-kick and story source. But then we'd have Perception coupled with King and Maxwell (kinda). Works better with Moretti and Donnie working for the Man, adds a natural tension.
Bottom line - a delight, all 16 cylinders firing great.
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