The nice people at FX not only let us have an early copy of the pilot episode of TERRIERS, we also got the next two episodes. The second episode is called Dog and PonyÂ and in it I saw how unafraid Hank and Britt are not to do whatever it takes to get a bad guy put away. Or for that matter, how unafraid they are to do whatever it takes to get something they really want. They aren't above lying, cheating and even impersonating other bad guys to get the job done. One thing's for sure, they may not always do the right thing, but they're usually doing it for the right reasons.. well so far anyway. Hank is still working on buying his old house, realizing there's a lot more to it than he thought. His quest for it prompts the guys to take on another unusual job that, among other things, gets both their asses kicked pretty nicely.
As I watched this episode I realized that I've never really watched a show on FX before and I'm still trying to get over the amount of cursing (as well as one rather impressive finger gesture) allowed on the shows on this network. Not that I don't partake of cursing myself (or the occasional finger gesture for that matter), but having been used to more genteel networks, I found my eyebrows shooting up in surprise every time they used the word 'shit'ÃâÃÂ. Well at least the first ten or so times, after that I got used to it.
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