In this week's episode of MEMPHIS BEAT, titled Polk Salad AnnieÂ, the case centers on something that I'm sure is near and dear to many a Memphian's heart the Memphis Barbecue Festival (and yes, I totally had to Google the term MemphianÂ). A man famous for his barbecue is stabbed at the festival and the precinct goes on the trail to find out who did it and why. The trail leads them to the man's sister and then it's up to Sutton to get the woman to confess by going undercover and doing his best to woo her.
What I'm starting to find interesting about this show is that a lot of the time, Dwight figures out who is the culprit of a crime pretty quickly. Sometimes it even happens before the third act, but then they have to prove it, which is easier said than done.
It's interesting because it goes against the standard crime drama/procedural shows, where they spend the whole time finding out who did it and once they do, the show is over. I like that Memphis Beat changes things up a bit.
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