Interestingly enough, Cathy Cahlin Ryan also made the opening credits as well.
I'm curious about where things are going with Dutch and Tina, the new hottie uniform. She certainly seemed to enjoy the fact that he enjoyed her presence. Dutch rules, but he's not on the show as a "get-laid" guy. I really see her leading him around by the nose for whatever purposes.
It is good to see Julian in this leadership position. The whole idea of him training Tina lends to the realistic feeling of the show. He's been on the streets for like four years now, and we've all seen him grow from a naive rookie into a good cop. Plus, it gives the guy (who really is a good actor...Season 1) something to do besides background stuff.
I'm also very curious about who the father of Danny's baby is. Some of the choices in the pool (Gilroy's liver, Monica Rawling) were pretty clever, but I'm going to go with either Vic or Ronnie. Ronnie because it'd be a nice twist and would really open the door for character development, and Vic because it is the most obvious choice, and The Shield is pretty good about avoiding unnecessary curveballs for the sole purpose of "swerving." Although if they decided to go that route, it'd be an interesting swerve if the daddy was Taylor, the fence from Seasons 2, 3, and 4 who had the hots for Danny a couple of years ago.
Great episode, though...Forest Whitaker was great.
Originally posted by The Yak Although if they decided to go that route, it'd be an interesting swerve if the daddy was Taylor, the fence from Seasons 2, 3, and 4 who had the hots for Danny a couple of years ago.
Here's the pic that convinced me and several others than they made the right choice: Really? Thank Christ? Goyer's work is hit and miss for sure (and he did seem pretty full of himself at ComicCon), but the screenplay for Batman Begins was awesome.