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Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 10 Homebodies

In this weeks episode of Lethal Weapon Riggs learns that sometimes the people we least expect are the ones who help us the most. While Murtaugh learns how important being Riggs partner really is. When a party promoter, Adam Pressman is murdered outside of a nightclub Riggs and Murtaugh catch the case. They find out that he was involved with a chemist named Owlsly. When they find her, she and Riggs make a connection because they both prefer to stay in rather than to go out. Owlsly tells them that Adam was approached by a Koreatown gang that wanted ....Read More... //www.tvovermind.com/tv-news/lethal-weapon-season-1-episode-10-homebodies?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lethal-weapon-season-1-episode-10-homebodies

Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 10 Review: Homebodies

There was a song way back called "One" made popular by the band Three Dog Night. It was a song about loneliness and talked about how even if you're surrounded by people, you could be as lonely as if you were by yourself. There were lots of things that struck a cord with me on Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 10 , but the thing that struck me most was that final scene with Riggs sitting on the floor at the Silent Disco. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/01/lethal-weapon-season-1-episode-10-review-homebodies/

'Lethal Weapon' Recap: Will Murtaugh Leave Riggs For His Soulmate?

Lethal Weapon is back with more car chases, shoot-outs, bickering and plenty of drug lords to chase down and lock up. (Thank you, Jesus.) In "Homebodies," which must get its name from the fact that the central character is a recluse, Riggs and Murtaugh chase down a brilliant chemist who has created legal psychotropics for people who like to dance in the silence. Her partner has managed to get himself killed while negotiating a deal with K-town drug lords who want to mass market the designer drug. ...Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/lethal-weapon/lethal-weapon-recap-62664.aspx

Lethal Weapon Midseason Finale Review: Jingle Bell Glock

In this week’s episode of Lethal Weapon, Riggs learns to enjoy the Holidays even in the midst of grief. While Murtaugh learns that the little things in life we make a big deal out of aren’t actually a big deal after all. When the episode opens we see a flashback of how Riggs and his wife Miranda first met. (I think this was a really unique way to open the episode.) Meanwhile, Murtaugh is upset with his neighbors, The McNeiles because they’re using too much power for their Christmas decorations. All the Christmas celebration is cut short however when Riggs and Murtaugh catch the case of a woman named Elena Tull who was pushed from an apartment balcony. READ MORE...

Lethal Weapon Midseason Finale Review: Jingle Bell Glock

In this weeks episode of Lethal Weapon, Riggs learns to enjoy the Holidays even in the midst of grief. While Murtaugh learns that the little things in life we make a big deal out of arent actually a big deal after all. When the episode opens we see a flashback of how Riggs and his wife Miranda first met. (I think this was a really unique way to open the episode.) Meanwhile, Murtaugh is upset with his neighbors, The McNeiles because theyre using too much power for their Christmas decorations. All the Christmas celebration is cut short however when Riggs ...Read More... //www.tvovermind.com/tv-news/lethal-weapon-midseason-finale-review-jingle-bell-glock?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=lethal-weapon-midseason-finale-review-jingle-bell-glock

Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 9 Review: Jingle Bell Glock

Sometimes holidays are not so happy. especially when you've recently lost a loved one. Showing good cheer can be a chore when you're screaming with pain inside. It's something Riggs has to face on Lethal Weapon Season 1 Episode 9 as he and Murtaughinvestigate a homicide that may have links to MIranda's death. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2016/12/lethal-weapon-season-1-episode-9-review-jingle-bell-glock/

'Lethal Weapon' Recap: Riggs Takes Down His Wife's Suspected Killer

Riggs finds himself in the biggest hurt bag of them all in "Jingle Bell Glock," Lethal Weapon 's ninth original freshman outing. With a scene straight from the film's playbook, a semi-sober Riggs plays Russian Roulette as he relives Christmases past including how he first met Miranda, then later how they celebrated their pregnancy under the Christmas tree. Crawford absolutely (and heartbreakingly) shines in his portrayal of a devastated Riggs, a portrayal that rivals Gibson's own in the most memorable scene of the movie franchise. ...Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/lethal-weapon/lethal-weapon-recap-jingle-bel-62392.aspx

Lethal Weapon: "Can I Get A Witness?" Review

"Can I Get a Witness?" may have been the slightest Lethal Weapon episode so far. Not that the beach shoot out at the end (set to CCR's "Run Through the Jungle") wasn't fun, or reminiscent of when Riggs' trailer got shot up in Lethal Weapon 2, but throwing a kid into the mix is always a tricky thing. Especially when the child character is meant to be a conduit for therapy. There's never -- or let's say rarely -- a time when a protagonist insta-bonding with a child doesn't feel forced. Riggs has never really needed help finding touchstones for grief and the show's never really had to heap cliches onto him like it did this week. Things started off well, on the trauma front, with him getting bent out of shape over the check for his house sale, but then the introduction of the 8-year-old boy witness seemed to derail that train. READ MORE...

Lethal Weapon: "Fashion Police" Review

"Fashion Police" was just solid Lethal Weapon. Aside from the pilot, this episode would be the one I'd show to someone who had questions about whether the TV series was good or not. Also, this chapter wasn't even filled with the usual over-the-top action that can, occasionally, take a viewer out of the story. Oh, there was action, but it was a touch more grounded than usual. Riggs holding onto a chain and being dragged by a truck was probably as heightened as it got, but even that felt centered, relatively speaking. READ MORE...

Lethal Weapon: "Ties That Bind" Review

It's been a while since we've had a Lethal Weapon, right? "Ties That Bind" -- which should have aired last week but got bumped due to the World Series -- brought us back into the mix with ease, giving Riggs and Murtaugh a murder case that became extra personal for Riggs once he discovered a good friend of his late wife was involved - and possibly in danger. As much as Riggs and Murtaugh have bonded over the past few episodes, becoming close enough to have each others' backs while also developing a fun rapport, it was interesting to see Riggs keep Rachel (the aforementioned wife connection) more or less a secret from his partner. That part of his life is still closed off to Roger so I'm looking forward to future moments when Riggs is willing to share a bit more. READ MORE...