What gives, Graceland ? Is Briggs really breaking bad? Previously on Graceland , the episode concluded with either: (1) the revelation of Briggs as a drug dealer by the name of Odin or (2) Briggs thinking on his feet and calling an audib more
Maybe it's the random break Graceland took last week, but did anyone else think that the massive shift in our tale of espionage and surfing seemed kind of... sudden?
Is Briggs a bad guy on Graceland? In "Bag Man," he played a dangerous game that put him and his teammates' lives at risk. Is he a dirty agent? Throughout this mission, the answer shifted through all different shades of gray. In the end more
After a two week hiatus, Graceland returned with another high stakes episode.
From Mike's encounter with Bello to Briggs' other secret about playing Odin coming closer and closer to getting caught, it seems that all the lies that once laid do more
After the bombshell revelation at a Narcotics Anonymous meeting last week, I didn’t think that Graceland could change the game any further or shock viewers any more than the show already had. Wrong. So very, very wrong.
Of cou more
As a residence, Graceland is different things to different occupants, but the jury's still on out on what it means to Mike.
" Goodbye High "?
Certainly not. In fact, the best of Graceland is yet to come, especially if tonight's episode was a preview of coming attractions.
What's got me so excited about tonight's episode? All of the subtle twists and turns the installm more
And so the Graceland plot thickens . . .
When we last saw Charlie, she had just taken drugs during the course of an undercover assignment. Huge no no. Briggs decided to stash Charlie in the home of a CI so that she could recoup and stay out of the sigh more