The time in the interrogation room bored me so much that I kept switching away and I missed something. Did the nutsy member of the trio also kill Mookie? Did they find his body?
When a beloved New York City police officer is tragically killed in a robbery, the CSI team uses the art of interrogation in hopes of breaking down the potential suspects and bring whoever was responsible for the murder to justice
9-12: "Civilized Lies" 2013.01.11
Posted Jan 12, 2013 @ 8:29 AM
Posted Jan 12, 2013 @ 10:40 AM
Did the nutsy member of the trio also kill Mookie? Did they find his body?
No, Mookie bled out from the gunshot to his leg when the cop pulled out his other gun. The nutsy guy put Mookie's body in the trunk of the car and Mac and the guys found it there.
I agree, the interrogation scenes were extremely boring. I like that they tried to do something a little different but it didn't come off well at all.
Posted Jan 12, 2013 @ 1:29 PM
I also didn't care for the interrogation scenes. At first I thought they were trying to ape the terrific Homicide: Life on the Street episode "Black and Blue" where Pembleton elicits a false confession from a suspect. That would have been interesting, seeing them badger a guy into a confession based on misunderstood/misrepresented evidence. But no, he was guilty, and he was just too dumb to clam the hell up and ask for a lawyer.
And the bogus confession video was too easy, as well.
ETA: (Hit post to soon, like a moron.) I did like the "nutsy" member of the crew. He may have been crazy and evil, but he was smarter than his accomplice. And the actor did a nice job playing a real loose cannon.
Edited by Arnold Robinson, Jan 12, 2013 @ 1:32 PM.
Posted Jan 18, 2013 @ 12:55 AM
Posted Jan 18, 2013 @ 10:29 PM
Personally, I like the fact that the (fake) wounded Mookie on crutches had his bullet hole bandaged on the OUTSIDE of his pants.
I figured that because he would have bandaged it himself and wouldn't have bothered to take off his pants. These guys are supposed to be that smart to begin with.
I did like the interrogation scenes, mainly because it was a change of pace. It could be that I watch too much of "The First 48" and always enjoying seeing what happens in real life when the detectives get the suspects into an interview room. Very few of them ask for a lawyer.