The first episode without a case-of-the-week. The first half of the episode is slow going and boring (maybe because the stuff that should have happened there was moved forward as a b-plot in the previous episode?) but when it picks up steam, it gets reall more
Toby thinks the man who just died was a hitman on his way to a kill...
Another strong case-of-the-week, with lots of cool touches involving Toby's powers and the regular characters. The show has nailed it. They know how to tell stories and use Toby's p more
Mid-way through the season, The Listener completely hit it's stride and started to deliver superb episodes. This is yet another superb episode. It doesn't feature Lisa Marcos very much but I love this show so much at this stage that I don't even mind. Muc more
Did a teenage boy murder his own parents, or was it the home invaders he let into the house?
Not quite as superb as Episode 8, but not flawed like the early episodes, this is a solid and very enjoyable outing. The twist that the kid has more than one p more
Flawless. The first episode to nail the show's formula to perfection, and the first superb episode.
What did they get right?
Toby's powers were useful and without them there would have been no story. The show often makes the mistake of (a) Toby only more
This is a strong and enjoyable tale, but it's a very, very frustrating and unrewarding episode following last week's cliff-hanger.
At the end of Episode 6, Detective Marks (the utterly gorgeous Lisa Marcos) figured out that Toby could hear her thoughts more
It may have fairly pedestrian case-of-the-week tales but I can't escape the fact that I really like this show.
There are two main reasons for this.
I like the angle of the hero who cares about people he meets and wants to butt into their lives and h more