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Lethal Weapon Season 2 Episode 4 Review: Flight Risk

Okay. I'm going to get this off my chest now. While I understand the symbolism of the deer and Riggs' mom,the actual shooting of the deer and watching it suffer was hard to watch. I'm not sure if this was to move us towards disliking Riggs' dad, but the guy shooting a defenseless animal for no reason made me instantly dislike him. And I get the feeling that Riggs doesn't or didn't like his dad too much, either.   ...Read More...

Lethal Weapon Season 2 Episode 1 Review: El Gringo Loco

Riggs and Murtaugh are back! And with them, we get the resolution to a storyline left dangling from long, long ago. The fate of Tito Flores was finally revealedon Lethal Weapon Season 2 Episode 1 , marking a turning point for Riggs in more ways than one.   ...Read More...

Lethal Weapon Season 2 Premiere Recap: 'I Love You, Man'

Martin Riggs devotion to his dead wife, Miranda, has nearly killed him several times since Lethal Weapons debut. But in the Season 2 premiere, his love for his police partner and vice-versa proves a lifesaver. At the start of El Gringo Loco, Riggs is still MIA in Baja, Mexico, two weeks after the [] //

'Lethal Weapon' Season Finale Recap: Riggs and Murtaugh Learn of Miranda's Assassin

Whoa, Nellie, this is an excellent episode. Lethal Weapon' s finale goes light on the outrageous he-man gymnastics in order to bring us a kaleidoscope of memories, nuances and revelations (in other words, all the really good stuff) and packs it all into its tiny little 43 minute episode. Miraculous. "Commencement"has a two-hour movie screen quality about it and America is going to want to punch something when it realizes we have to wait until the fall to get our next installment. ...Read More... //

Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 18 Review: Commencement

Leave it to Lethal Weapon to tear our hearts apart. It wasn't surprising that Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 18 would turn out to be an emotional roller coaster ride, but wow, that was intense. What a superb hour of television. It finally seemed like Riggs was moving on with his life when Palmer dropped the major bomb on Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 17 that the cartel was indeed involved with Miranda's death.  ...Read More...

'Lethal Weapon' Recap: Can Riggs Leave Miranda Behind to Love Palmer?

Lethal Weapon 's penultimate episode, "A Problem Like Maria," is a rollercoaster of a ride with a whiplash twist at the end laying the ground for an outstanding finale when we return for "Commencement" next week. Throughout, Riggs and Karen Palmer share a love for firearms and an equal astonishment for each other's skills. They seem very well suited. Now, can they just survive till the end of the episode? ...Read More... //

Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 16 Review: Unnecessary Roughness

Sometimes being in love makes you do goofy things. Riggs finally found himself in a happy place on Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 16 , but his guilt over Miranda had him acting like a fool. I'm not sure how I feel about Riggs being with Agent Palmer. While I'm happy for Riggs, I'm also disappointed. It's not that I want him to mourn Miranda forever or that I don't like Palmer, I just wish he was with Dr. Cahill instead. There. I said it. I want Riggs with Dr. Cahill. They have such incredible chemistry. ...Read More...

'Lethal Weapon' Recap: A Distracted Riggs and an Ambitious Murtaugh Pursue a Killer-For-Hire

The approval of Lethal Weapon' s second season makes "Unnecessary Roughness" even sweeter in the hearts and minds of the show's fans. Third from the end of the first season, this episode continues to delight and entertain with its wit, daring and character development. In this installment Riggs struggles with conflicting impulses resulting from a night of debauchery with DA Palmer and Murtaugh considers a lucrative job offer as the duo pursues the killers of a young man whose only desire is to protect his athletic cousin's future.   ...Read More... //

Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 15 Review: “As Good As It Getz”

On this Week’s Episode of Lethal Weapon, Riggs and Murtaugh work with the DEA to protect an Ambulance Chaser Lawyer from the drug Cartel. When the episode opens we see Leo Getz is meeting with his client Flaco Ruiz at a donut shop to negotiate a deal with the DEA, but while he is in the bathroom his client and the DEA agent are shot and killed and he runs away. When Riggs, Murtaugh and Scorsese get to the crime scene they realize that Flaco Ruiz was the target. They meet with DEA Agent Palmer who tells them that Flaco Ruiz came to the DEA with information on the Cartel. READ MORE...

'Lethal Weapon' Recap: Agent Palmer Works with the Boys to Bring Down a Money-Laundering Cartel

One thing's for sure, Lethal Weapon may play fast and loose with the questionable physics of their crazy chase scenes and heroic macho gymnastics, but their timing with Riggs' coming back to life couldn't be more perfect. In "As Good As It Getz," DEA Agent Karen Palmer (Hilarie Burton) whom we first met in "Fashion Police," returns to work a case with Murtaugh and Riggs. In the previous episode we saw Riggs relating to Dr. Cahill like a man does to a woman. Now, nothing will happen there, but it's an excellent segue into the reappearance of Palmer who looks like a very good candidate for some steamy couch time with our charismatic cowboy. ...Read More... //