“Hondo Field” was packed with drama, twists (if you didn’t watch the preview), and some great one liners. I felt that the writing in this episode was the strongest its been since the series premiered, and we have Michael S. Chernuchin to thank for that.
The story was GREAT; and the twists and turns as the episode unfolded was something that I’d been waiting for from this installment of the Law and Order franchise for a while. Granted most of the twists were falsified by the defendant, it just made the ACTUAL reason for the murder all that more unexpected.
Rex (Skeet Ulrich) didn’t bother me as a character NEARLY as much as he normally does (sorry Rex fans). His banter back and forth with TJ (Corey Stoll) was perfect, and while I understand Ulrich is a good actor, I feel that I have to give credit again to the writer.
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