From Myles McNutt of Cultural Learnings:
- Republic of Doyle â€“ “The Return of the GrievousÂ Angel”
“This story was every procedural cliche crammed into a single episode, and the few times it felt like it had time to breathe it was still moving very slowly (or very oddly) in getting its characters established. And the case could have happened in any location, and felt only tangentially related to Newfoundland or even Canada for that matter.” Read more.
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