I finally got up to date with this show. I still maintain that the series pilot was horrendous, but the show got much better. It’s all about Chris Gorham though, as well as Henry Wilcox (whose actor played a similar role in 24) and Jai Wilcox (sad).
The line where Annie’s new boss tells her former boss: “When you go to a man for help, you make us both look bad”. They’re both women. Would a woman asking a woman for help be as bad? If a man asks a man for help, is that just as bad? What about a man asking a woman for help?
That line was so out of place and it came out of nowhere. It also made no sense, and didn’t even describe the situation properly.
IDK about you, but I was also disappointed by Auggie becoming a total punk in this past episode. In Season 2 he was able to beat down a thug solo despite being blind, and in both previous seasons he was seen as Annie’s sparring partner. Yet he was bested twice in one episode.
In fact, when he was ambushed on the fire escape and couldn’t get his cane back, it looked like he was so helpless that he might cry. How (and why) did he go from being awesome to being the “damsel in distress”?