ALMOST HUMAN Recap: “Arrhythmia”

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Almost Human finished up its truncated first run of episodes (it’s on a break until January) with a strong hour focusing on illegal organ transplants.  Only six episodes in, the series already has a good patter, and has established its world and its major characters in a familiar but engaging way.

“Arrhythmia’s” trajectory felt a lot like a Law and Order episode, where good, methodical police work leads the detectives down a rabbit hole to get their ultimate prize (they may encounter small-fry crooks along the way, but the kingmaker is saved until last).  This winding tale may have been a traditional approach, but that doesn’t diminish its ability to entertain, which it certainly did.  Hit the jump for why, “just because something is used, doesn’t meant it lacks value.”

 

Read more at http://collider.com/almost-human-season-1-episode-6-recap/#Wi41xakkVpFvwHfY.99

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