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Person of Interest Review: Training Day

It's good to see that for a show with a relatively straightforward premise (of course, always reiterated at the start of every episode), Person of Interest manages to find different ways to change things up and add new perspectives.

I always figured the episodes would roll out repetitive "are they a victim or perpetrator" twists, but as much as that question remains a significant part, it's not the only factor that makes the entertaining show feel fresh and varied.

"Wolf and Cub" dished out the number right away (how does Finch still get the numbers with all his technology out of commission?) but rather than spending time trying to figure out if Darren was going to be killed, or get killed, or by whom, the episode eliminated the quandary of not knowing. Instead, all of the basic information was in front of both the characters and the viewer, but it was getting the chance to see Reese in action and teach his procedure that was the fun part. Read More...


http://www.tvfanatic.com/2012/02/person-of-interest-review-wolf-and-cub/

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