Person of Interest Review: Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Cold War

After last episode's reveal that there is now a big bad lurking somewhere within New York City plotting something devious and probably dangerous, it was good that "Foe" turned back towards the open and closed style procedural case.

Not only does this form allow viewers who haven't had a chance to check out the show to jump right in, but it also maintains a consistent style in revolving around Reese and Finch stopping/saving the person of interest. I'm sure as the season progresses, the larger mythology will drop in from time to time and hopefully manage to balance between the bigger picture and the smaller, just as important cases.

This episode continued the show's regular use of the twists and turns but it did shy away from the guess work revolving around the person of interest. It was made clear right away that Wallace Nagel, who was really a former member of the German Stasi Secret Police named Auric Kohl, was the perpetrator. Read More...


http://www.tvfanatic.com/2011/11/person-of-interest-review-foe/

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