Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Officer Down

The episode entitled, "Officer Down," shows how the NYPD tracks down a killer of a police officer who was killed during a diamond heist. Danny Reagan struggles to find out who killed the off-duty cop. It’s kind of funny that the officer that was killed was having chitchat on her cell phone. I think that if she was more committed to her work and not talking on her phone probably she might have seen that there was a robbery sooner and she could cover herself from the attack. 

Once again the Reagan family debate whether “the good ole days” were really so good. In his view the criminals of the past knew when to work with the cops. He tells the story of a local crime boss who delivered a cop killer to the police with two bullets already in his head. Danny, as aggressive that he can get when It comes to get the testimony of a suspect, wishes for “the good ole days” as he asks his new partner to wait in the car as he drags his suspect out and threatens to shoot him as the man screams for his lawyer. His new partner seems that she knows Danny style and work ethics, and it seems she likes it, because she let him force the testimony of the suspect. As usual, The Blue Templar was brought up again. This time Jamie asks Danny about it. Danny was kind of rude with Jaime answering that “is nothing for a rookie to care about” come on! They are brothers; they should be more familiar when they talk this kind of things. I think that Jamie should have a more important story in the show; he seems to be a talented and smart actor and not put Jaime and Sgt. Renzulli as the comic part of the show as they have been doing it in the last episodes!


  1. If the officer who was shot was off-duty, why shouldn't she be chitchatting on her cell phone?!
    This show sounds interesting, maybe I'll give it a try!

  2. Dear Lynne, she was actually on-duty but on meal break so she shouldn't have been on the cell phone talking nonsense. I like how Arthur Ave is on this episode. This is a good cop show and Mark's brother is great on this show.

  3. Lynne, I check that scene again, and it seems that the officer that was chitchatting on her cellphone was of duty-thats why she was on the phone! It seems that she was in the wrong place, at the wrong moment, and at the wrong time in her of duty time... Poor Officer, she just wanted to made justice...