This was an impressive finale! I didn’t think Rookie Blue would top last year’s. I know, how silly of me! This year the finale leaves us with far more unanswered questions, and far more possible ways things could go. That’s because there are so many stories going on through this!
“Under Fire” is a stellar Rookie Blue episode! I didn’t think this was possible, but this week the show is even more packed than last week. Some shows will try to fill an episode up by throwing everything but the kitchen sink in the mix. Rookie Blue is more like watching the perfect game of Tetris: all these odd pieces come together and make a perfect fit.
Rookie Blue is closing in on its finale and things are getting more intense than ever! After watching the Rookie Blue episode “Deception” I couldn’t help thinking that the producers knew it was going to be a holiday weekend. It felt like the episode had even more going on than usual – and for Rookie Blue, that’s a heck of a lot!
There was so much going on in the Rookie Blue episode called “Deception” that one recap/review can’t cover it! This review is on the aspect of Rookie Blue that is dear to the hearts of many fans: the romance of officer Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym) and detective Sam Swarek (Ben Bass). Stay tuned for a full episode recap/review this weekend, but this week I felt Sam and Andy needed their own special analysis.
The best way to describe this week’s Rookie Blue episode is…introspective. “We Are Here” has everyone dealing with personal issues such as self-worth, self-identity, and as usual, relationships. There’s a restless discontent occurring for our friends at the 15th Precinct. So, although the Rookie Blue case action is low-key this week, it that doesn’t mean interesting things don’t happen. Not by a long shot!