The Labyrinth, part 1 Review
The Labyrinth finally aired this past weekend. Well the first part at least. Here are my thoughts so far.
The first scene introduces two new characters to us. Agent Florin and Agent Billings of MI5 (British Intelligence).The accents are exceptional. This first scene was an excellent recap of what happened with Jason thus far as the Stiletto and the whole GRC. The fact that MI5, Interpol and American Intelligence are working together makes everything so interesting. And setting it London is so awesome.
Jason as The Grinder is an interesting concept. We've already seen him work as The Stiletto, so having him undercover again as the Grinder to meet Reggie fingers seemed cool. I liked that Jason's secret identity was found out really quickly. It also disappointed me a little. I mean Jason is so awesome. He's not supposed to make mistakes. But that's also why I like this part. Jason slipped up and the bad guys get ahead in the game. It shows that even Jason slips up in the agent game. Sue is such an interesting character. She knows the ins and outs of London. A perfect accomplice for Jason. Almost too perfect? Jason and Sue find out that the police think that Jason was responsible for gassing the van. I like that Jason called Whit to get help. Which brings us to Dale and Ann Jacobs who just happen to be in London for a journalism symposium.
It's funny that Jason can't just walk into his room due to the fact that it's probably being watched by the police. Jason's plan for Dale and Sue to break in and get his brief case is brilliant.
Billings and Florin wake in the hospital. Billings seems to trust Jason while Florin is convinced that Jason could be turned and caught up in the labyrinth. She's so intent on getting a hold of Jason. But Jason is awesome and knows where his loyalties lie. He'd never betray anyone.
At the hotel Dale and Sue retrieve the briefcase, but not the easiest task in the world. A Detective Macontosh was watching the room and talked to Dale for a bit before going across the hall to watch the rooms from there. Thinking quickly Dale transports Sue in Jason's suitcase and tells the officer that Sue fell asleep. Pure genius. They take the elevator to floor two and then use the fire escape to the ground. The episode ends
This episode is packed with information and I had to listen several times to grasp it all. It's written so well and leaves you hanging as always. :D
Theme: Following the Right Path; 4/5
Quotes: 4/5 --
The Grinder: I used to have a dancing monkey in the street. Grinder. Get it?
Jason Whittaker: You do much praying Sue?
Sue: I'm 'fraid not.
Jason Whittaker: Now might be a good time to start.
Interest level: 6/5
"Like" rating: 6/5
Average Rating 5/5
I'll catch up with 54 hopefully really soon. Also be watching for an addition to CC Connection coming in the next few days.