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review by Suzanne
Friday May 11, 2012 10/9C on USA Network
This is an odd little show, but the pilot episode was fun to
watch. It's kind of like the ultimate buddy-cop show with a lot of bromance.
These two detectives are going to couples-counseling so that they can work
together again. It's an interesting idea, but I wonder how they will keep it
going in the long run.
It's an unusual idea even for a cop show because these two are
not like your typical cops. They each have their own quirky characteristics.
Travis is a bit of a cowboy and also a womanizer. Wes is more of the type to
stick to the rules. They rub each other the wrong way even though they're both
great cops and have worked together a long time.
The two detectives have huge fights - sometimes literally
knock-down, drag-out fights - so they have issues to deal with. They end up
working together to solve a case. It's a good show and both of the characters
are fun and likable. I will definitely be tuning in to see if it stays so fun
UPDATE: It's been a great season. This week's season finale is
outstanding. It really ties everything up, just in case the show is not renewed.
I sure hope it is, though. I enjoy the characters and the good writing.
It's not only a good season ender but also we get to see some of
the past of the main characters, in flashbacks, as they tell their story to
their shrink. You should definitely watch it.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 9
COMMON LAW "Gun!" - 10/9c - SEASON FINALE!
Wes (Warren Kole) and Travis (Michael Ealy) try to work their way back
into the good graces of Dr. Ryan (Sonya Walger) and their therapy group by
finally agreeing to tell the whole story of what landed them there in the
Guest stars: Dominic Purcell, Khandi Alexander, Ed Begley Jr., Vanessa
Cloke, Lyle Brocato, Yohance Myles, Indigo Nichols, Gary Grubbs, Leslie
Castay, Kelvin Yu, , Gabe Begneaud, Sean Carrigan, Lindsay Clift, Luis
Moncada, Adam Kulbersh, Candi Brooks, Jesse Moore, Scott Muller and
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