Yes, I'll comment here. As I mentioned in another thread...I like repressed characters and this seems like a bonanza of repression. :)
As a parent, the scenes with Rosie's mother and father were almost too much to watch. When they find her body and her mother is listening to the father's cries over the phone...brutal. The older brother in the family...I think he'll become a police detective and we just watched his origin.
I appreciated that Billy Campbell's councilman character isn't overtly slimy...I adds to the mystery about his involvement, if any, in the crime.
Jason Marconnet said:
He doesn't apear slimy but his two campaign managers are about as slimy as you can get, though.
Without a doubt, yes.
I really liked it. I think Linden is going to be a cop to watch -- a real silent, thoughtful type as a counterpoint to the brutal cunning of Vic Mackey and the calm bravado of Raylan Givens.
I'm starting to like her replacement, too -- he seems like a real creep at first, and very out of place -- but that scene with the soccer girls just shows he's working with a very different skill set. That was a great moment there.