ROOKIE BLUE “In Plain View” Review

ROOKIE BLUE "In Plain View" Season 2 Episode 6 – Last week was a pretty lacklustre episode ofRookie Blue, so I was delighted when this week’s episode now only picked up the pace, but became a major game changer for the show in terms of shifting relationships, strengthening and disintegrating them, exploring the characters in new ways through the prism of the cases they work on. This was an episode which showcased Rookie Blue at its dramatic finest.

I really like Rosati, both the way she’s played and the way she’s written. She’s not an evil, scheming harpy out to steal our beloved heroine’s man. She’s just an ambitious, no-nonsense woman, who happened to have a relationship with Callaghan. Sure, she stoked the flames, but the show doesn’t put her under the spotlight for it: that fantastic scene, when McNally pieces together that Callaghan lied and that she had been at the same hotel with him, could have easily turned into a shrieking fest; instead it just became uncomfortable and awkward and sad. Read More...

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