The new Number is an old man, Lou Mitchell, who blows thousands of dollars each week while gambling at a New Jersey casino. While Finch and Reese try to work out how Lou does it, and why he's in danger, Carter helps a fellow detective framed by HR.
Finch knows that winning big means betting big, and it's still clear that Person of Interest is worth betting on. "All In" divided the episode into two stories, allowing Reese, Finch and Leon to worry about a former card shark going up against a casino boss, while Carter was digging her way into the conspiracy that is the rebuilding corrupt police force known as HR. I'm a huge fan of Leon and love how the show continuously has his number come up for Reese to swoop in and save him. ... more
Leon is in an apartment with a young woman, Candi, throwing him on the bed and kissing him. She takes out a pair of handcuffs and cuffs him to the bedframe. As soon as he's secured, a Nigerian and his henchman come in and demand their money. Candi collects her money for turning Leon in and walks out. As the Nigerian prepares to cut out Leon's intestines, Leon warns him that they should leave while they can. Reese and Bear burst in and Reese makes short work of the Nigerians. He tells Finch that he's saved Leon, who... more
San Diego Comic-Con 2014 is sure to be the highlight of the year for everyone who's attending. So to help you plan your schedule, check out all the television-related panels and event information for Saturday, July 26. Saturday, July 26 10-10:45am -- The Simpsons -- Featuring creator Matt Groening, executive producer Al Jean, supervising director Mike Anderson and director David Silverman -- Ballroom 20 10-11am more
It feels like there's almost two shows struggling for superiority within the Extant pilot that airs tonight at 9pm on CBS. One wants to hit some familiar beats from the movie A.I., but in ways that are vastly more compelling (at least to this reviewer). The other, however, is retreading elements from Alien 3, but perhaps with quite a bit less menace. (Minor spoilers ahead for the series premiere) more
The 2014 San Diego Comic-Con is almost upon us. Warner Bros. has released a schedule for all of its television-related panels and events, so check out all the info below, starting with some sneak peek pilot screenings to kick everything off: Wednesday, July 23 6pm -- Pilot screenings for The Flash, Constantine and iZ... more