Originally Posted by ChiefsfansofDallas
It seems odd that in the entire Seattle PD Homicide department, she's the only one who can handle this case. It's not like in Turner and Hooch where Turner was the only detective the department had.
There are a lot of odd contrivances in this series so far. But it's entertaining enough. I enjoyed the first three episodes it spite of the convenient plot set ups and chunky dialogue.
I'm still waiting for the show to distinguish itself though. It's not really any different than any other cop show. They're trying way to hard to make people care about the mystery. It's like they're forcing what came naturally with "who killed Laura Palmer?"
Also, the show makes me wanna watch The X-Files again. I mean, serious redhead, goofy, unconventional partner thrust together. And when she says his name (Holder) it sounds an awful lot like Mulder.
But, yeah. I'll keep watching. The end of the third episode was great. Really nice hook.