After a Russian mobster kills a man in a public restaurant, a little girl comes forward as the "only witness" to the crime. Fearless must decide whether to have the girl testify and risk ... See full summary »

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Detective Joel Stevens
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Andrea Little
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Teresa Ortiz
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Freaktown
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After a Russian mobster kills a man in a public restaurant, a little girl comes forward as the "only witness" to the crime. Fearless must decide whether to have the girl testify and risk her safety or have her keep quiet and allow the Russian mobster to go free, putting others in possible danger. Written by SteveG

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I can see clearly now.
24 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

I'm with Matt...because the stunts Fearless performs in the fourth act really do tax credulity a time or two, but Michelle Ashford opened his character to view for the first time so powerfully that from this episode onward, he's not just a very competent cop with great stories, he's a mensch. I can't say enough good things about this show, however there is a computer-generated necessity to pad my comment with a few more lines of text in order to accomplish the very thing I was hoping to avoid; running off at the mouth...again. Still too short?!

So while I'm at it, I might as well mention that in Episode 3, The Squeeze, the blood seen pouring from the bullet-holed cooler is inconsistent with the subsequent reveal when the cooler is opened showing no blood, whatsoever. I prefer to blame networks for mindless notes concerning bloodlessness in television, that Freaktown and Fearless were the sole surviving members of F-Troop (a corps within a squad), and that Fearless captured the distant sniper in deleted footage by going on and on about a .22 slug lodged near a vital organ in his butt since childhood. And now back to our regularly scheduled comment.

If you liked this episode of BOOMTOWN, you gotta check out RAINES.


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