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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by DeDondeEs, Jul 12, 2017.
Yeah but she's a good cop.
I'd be nervous on TV, too. I'd probably say 'you know' 27 times like many athletes do when they're being interviewed.
I think you all are confusing Greenville county with Richland county.
Richland county is Columbia and where deputy Lawrence, Mastrionni and the Palmetto hotel are.
Also "The Obama"
Good then hopefully all 4 will still be around, also the The Party Store or what ever it's called. I wondered what could have happened between the happy with it (Richland) 7/16 in my link and the bye bye in 8/10 link.
D'oh! Surely enough. Thanks for the correction. I really appreciate knowing that. I'm not from that part of the country so I clearly don't know the difference, and I would really miss Lawrence and Mastrionni. In my head I was just thinking SC and forgetting that they covered two completely separate locations.
I lost A&E when I downgraded TV packages but I have caught it while staying at hotels. I find it be rather disjointed, a lot like someone channel surfing but instead all the channels are tuned to different episodes of COPS.
Trust me, that's not an easy balance to maintain, and generally takes experience to develop. It's not something that can be taught at the police academy.
Oh I know it's not. It's not the same thing but being the clinical manager of a day hospitalization program for people with severe mental illness made me have to strike that same balance. You either have the ability or you don't. You can learn through experience but it takes at its foundation a strong sense of who you are and knowledge of how you are perceived by others around you.
For this particular officer I get the sense that he is naturally wired that way.
On another note, I think for the most part this show is a great tool for people to understand the crap that police officers have to deal with every day and can shed light on why they respond the way they do in some situations. If anything, I hope it makes some people stop and think before they start criticizing the police when there is an "incident " that makes the news.
8:00 to 8:06 tonight 4/18 and tomorrow previews of upcoming shows.
I go through each week and uncheck that one and the 'rewind' (highlights) one.
It seems like a lot of channels are doing this 'preview short episode' type thing. I find it annoying and cluttery. But that's just me.
Well, I guess this is the end of the season until early October (not too long, so I'm cool with that).
The bad news is that, from what I'm hearing, James Casey in AZ won't be on the show next season. Hope we still see Poole. But I really like both of them.
Another good one, Rookies on Crime and Investigation.
Is this a new show or a new episode????
New show (to me anyway) follows rookies on their first patrols before graduating.
Crime and Investigation is showing Live PD reruns now, early ones I've never seen.
New episode tomorrow night 10/6.
Firefly stadium must be a major employer in Columbia SC.
Is Sticks now a semi-permanent studio host?
Looks like it. Haven't watched tonight's but last few before they went on break and since back have been pretty boring, they were criticized for the gang unit stuff not doing that anymore apparently.
I'm really missing some of the guys from the end of last season - Casey & Poole in AZ, Mastrianni & oh darn, my memory is messing with me, from SC anyway. There are some others.
I really do like the one new guy - large man with major muscles. I believe his name is Brown and an unusual first name. He's also in SC. Love how that one guy, a week or two ago, thought he could run away from him. not.
Just watched last night's ep this morning and there was some pretty big stuff. Fri night, not so much.
But I kind of hate how you get to really like some officers and then they're gone.
Last week, deputy Brown was behind a suspect on a traffic stop, and he looked the Hulk. I’m glad he’s on the side of the good guys.