I think Shane's woman somehow got wind of the money, and is sneaking it out of the storage space.
Enjoyable show, and I'm sure that Vic is going to have to regulate on the K9 woman's boyfriend sometime soon. I really like how Aceveda reacted when he found out that Trish was raped. He can't handle his own rape, and she seems to be holding it together. That's just going to lead him over the edge, I think.
Gravity is a contributing factor in nearly 73 percent of all accidents involving falling objects.
The missing money thing is being done pretty well. At least it's keeping ME guessing.
Good observation with Aceveda, Roy. I was actually wondering if they were going to follow up on last week's closing scene, where his friend (family memeber?) was encouraging David to go kill the guys that raped him. I'm thinking most of the rest of the season will focus on him trying to figure out what to do.
I think just because of all the different story lines going on at once this is the best Shield season yet.
As for who took the money my bet is on Vic, this is the same guy who killed a police informer in order to keep the strike team and his ass out of jail I can't even think of what he will do to keep this money. Don't forget during the whole build up to the new season promos had Vic's face being on the hundred dollar bill and i think his greed is about to take over.
The other sub plots are all kicking into high gear as a little detail is added every week. What will Gillian do about his family now? The guys gay and he has a wife and kid when will he admit his true feelings? That story along with Dutch v The serial rapist and Aceveda fighting with his demons have me digging this show more then 24 or even the Sopranos right now.
My money is either on Lem because he was so eager to talk Shane into getting a ring, so it would seem Shane was guilty. Or it could even be Ronnie, since he was doing the classic tweener to heel role by trying to play Shane and Vic agaisnt each other. I felt so bad for Trish, I could understand Waylon being pissed yet could relate to Claudette overlooking the mole snafu. Now Vic has Waylon thus the Decoy Squad firmly on his side.
The song at the end is by a band called Phaser. The song is called Sway.
Nah, you don't even need the net. Every time my buddies have a cookout, once the alcohol starts flowing, inevitably everyone will wind up in the street with racquets and shuttlecocks and start knocking 'em around, net be damned.