The 14-year-old kid in me loves this show.
So does the currently overworked and underpaid adult version of me. Like a lot of folks these days, I'm just looking to wash away the week's stresses with some fun, old-fashioned hump day entertainment. Thankfully, 'Human Target' is happy to oblige.
This week's energetic hour offered more kicks and wittier one-liners than last week's mountaintop tussle. "Run" was a confident episode. It felt strong and sturdy, not unlike the series' awesome third outing ("Embassy Row").
So far, when at its best, 'Human Target' fires fast and precise, like a high-caliber machine gun. It delivers the goods -- action, adventure, casual references to contract killings -- with ease and drops clues to a deeper mystery, or mythology, just itching to be explored. That's quite an accomplishment for a show that's only five weeks old.
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