THE GOOD GUYS Small Rooms Review Season 1, Episode 6


In the 'Small Rooms' episode of THE GOOD GUYS, we learn why you shouldn't sell guns to Guatemalans, why Dan is now banned from the evidence room, and also why he hates small rooms. In the midst of Dan and Jack organizing the evidence locker, we get to meet Liz Traynor's mom (Frances Fisher), who came to report her avocado green 1989 Cutlass (otherwise known as The Worlds Ugliest Sedan) stolen from her home. To spice things up, Dan decides to plant some evidence from a cold case at the Liz's mom house. As they follow a lead from the planted evidence, they run into this week's bad guys. The bad guys this week are sibling gun smugglers who are selling assault rifles (and high end kitchen fixtures) to a group of Guatemalans, who had previously killed the smuggler's brother, Russell. Turns out that the evidence Dan had planted had Russell's fingerprints, landing the detectives in the middle of the gun deal. The Guatemalans ask one brother smuggler to kill Dan and Jack, while the other one follows the trail of the stolen car, thinking Russell is still alive, which leads to Liz's mom being held hostage. When Dan and Jack follow Russell's evidence trail to a set of storage containers, where they find weapons and Russell's body, leading to a shootout and one of Matt Nix's trademark explosions. The climax of the episode has everyone: the gun smugglers, Dan, Jack, Liz, and Liz's mom at the original scene of the car theft, where there's another shootout and we learn how Russell really died. By the end of the episode, the brothers settle years of anger, the Cutlass is totaled, and Liz's mom's living room will need a new coat of paint.


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