Nice show but so unrealistic...EVERY ASSAULT IN PUBLIC would result in an arrest, even the broke ass crak house down the road has 2 cameras watching, you telling me Larusso has 100's of THOUSANDS of dollars in property n cars BUT ZERO CAMERAS? & Never called the cops? BS in the meantime the douchebag from the 1st movie rewrites history to paint larusso as a villain is weak...then theres the asult n chase scene in the mall with dozens of witnesses & absolutely nobody called cops? THIS SHOWS KINDA GOOD BUT COMPLETELY UNREALISTIC. These writers have no clue how things work in 2019, this is NOT the 80's , BUT EVERYONE ACTS LIKE IT IS. Iget it, you have no story if the cops get called, mabey the antagonist shoulda been a cop then there would be a reason not to call them. It doesnt sound like i like the show but I DO LIKE IT, just get frustrated at the writing decisions... RANT OVER
#WhiskeyCavalier #HeartsAndMinds #S01E09 was perhaps one of the best episodes of this Hilarious TV Series, rivaling only #Leverage in its Brilliance and Light-Heartedness, especially for a #Crime #Drama #Spy #Comedy. The Cast Dialogue, Body Language and Nonverbal Haptics, absolutely make me laugh aloud. Each and every actor does such an excellent job in the portrayal of their roles, that it is difficult to say who isn’t carrying their weight on The Show. I would venture to guess that the versatility of #ScottFoley (s) and #TylerJamesWilliams (‘) repertoire are loosely scripted, and more likely impromptu dialogue. It is not too often that I find something to be so funny, that I end up laughing aloud by myself. A good example of this is the last 10 or so minutes at the end of the episode, just watch and you will soon realize just how good this new television series really is, in so many different ways.
The Internal episode also lacks the chickenshit cover-our-asses that CBS tacked onto this true-to-life episode in the form of a public service announcement. I watched it live and finally found it on a Vidoza crap recording with commercials, and a Twitter link here: https://twitter.com/i/status/1121292774148640768. The CBS message to viewers is clear: (in the immortal words of A Few Good Men) You can't handle the truth! Nah, it's just a few vets here and there having a bad day; nothing to see here folks; the VA is your friend
this is the wrong episode
Just found out that every damn SOURCE (NOT THE LINKERS) has cut serious aftershow information. If your link is only 41:35, wait for the Internal version. The most important show about veterans in years and some assholes can't even wait a few seconds more to make sure they got all of it.
If you don't believe this is the reality of veterans' care, ask a vet enlisted man. Entrenched third-rate career bureaucrats and politicians have allowed what was poor under Clinton to become worse under Bush and hellish under Obama. It's improved a little under Trump, but Cerberus the dog will still get better care than a psychologically wounded vet.
Me i share other website links (that aren't mine or aren't the website of people i know) just to help others find the episode they want to watch when the episode links doesn't work here anymore. I do this like that because i'm not an uplaoder but i want to help. Doing that sometime is good but not all the time (not everyday).
@ouddaimrane, I understand you, but to make your site known or to promote it, there are social networks for that. Exist facebook, twitter, instagram reedit, etc. I do not think it's fair to steal visitors from this site and come to you on the site. This also applies to the oldboy3 user and others who do this.
@ouddaimrane I agree with polferis. This is a place for reviews and discussions concerning episodes/shows (and some occasional drama). You can always become an "uploader" and put your website as a "link". I understand that you might disagree and want to promote (what appears to be) a competitor website here, but you don't have to be aggressive. Also making a space (' ') before punctuations is infuriating.
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