I figured Pride would ride in to the rescue. . There's no shortage of struggling small towns. Pride with his genial management style directing his team to solve cases, ruffling feathers along the way. You can't go wrong with sending Gregorio out into the sticks and letting her snark about how creepy small towns are. How could a bar owner in New Orleans be any other way? You can probably expect what you've gotten for the past four seasons.
He showed how empathy could extract more information than brute force. Also, this means Pride is back where he belongs, in charge of New Orleans. It's almost like he never left. It was kind of Hannah, who is still trying to reassemble her family, to offer some hard-won wisdom to Pride about the price of lying to those you love. He hated bureaucracy and viewers never saw him do that job, so he really shouldn't have been surprised when someone had taken over for him one morning.
It was heartening in the end when a few of the townsfolk had a crisis of conscience and drew the line when it came to delivering federal agents to cartel hitmen. What happened to Walker, and was he the brains behind that group? Pride is a social creature. The case of the week was fun as well. This approach also offered some great storytelling possibilities. Yeah, it would have been nice if someone had let him know before Pride had driven the whole way to Belle Chasse. That made sense since Pride was one with the most interaction with Apollyon.
As LaSalle pondered, how did all those folks buy those shiny new trucks with their minimum-wage jobs at the dog-food factory? A bigger mystery was why it took so long to kick Pride out of his Special Agent in Charge desk job. Wait, he never did leave, or at least stay away. Each of the season's remaining episodes would have Hannah's squad handling a case of the week and Pride, and the task force could have developments in the Appolyon story arc. Also having the big-city folk trapped in a small town where things seem a little off is always an enjoyable narrative. In other words, business as usual. But in the end, family and friends won out. It made more sense economically just to cut their losses and leave.
At least Pride remained the lifeline for this ultrasecret task force, even though it's hard to get too invested in the group if Pride isn't directly involved. But then he's got to remember to answer his damn phone. All that's even easier when you're backed by the Sinaloa cartel, who can supply the product and handle distribution. Click is not liable for any copyrighted, legality or any other aspect of the linked sites mentioned. So Pride is back in the Quarter. I guess if you piss off enough bureaucrats, an opportunity presents itself. But when the local law is the foreman for a criminal enterprise, I guess you get complacent.
Isler was back in New Orleans to make Pride an offer: the chance to be part of an interagency task force seeking to dismantle Apollyon. He could serve as the moral compass for the group, keeping the black-ops members at bay somewhat, so they're not waterboarding American citizens. Well, the mystery of Apollyon resumed this episode, kind of. There were no guards at the factory so that law enforcement in the form of LaSalle and Gregorio could sneak up and discover the operation? Click does not host any videos or uploads any media files which is found here. All you need is a trailer or a rundown house or an abandoned factory.
Instead, the desperate citizens had turned to that burgeoning rural business of cooking meth. Still, I'd bet there will be an Apollyon-related cliffhanger to end this season. If you have any legal complaints please contact the appropriate media file hosters. Why mess with what works? I thought Pride joining this task force was a great idea. It turned out that Pride had once again fallen into another promotion that he hadn't sought out. It was good to see Isler again.
So is Bovis and Police Chief Conroy what Mayberry and Andy Taylor would look like today? Pride gave the Apollyon task force a good go. It also would have meant he could abandon his off-the-books investigation of Apollyon. But apparently, the cartel wanted no part of killing federal agents on American soil. This site only contains links that lead you to other sites eg. . . .
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