After a mini-midwinter hiatus or whatever it is (after the midwinter holiday hiatus from mid-December until mid-January), we get a new episode of MacGyver. New boss Matty sends Mac and Jack after a mob guy, Douglas (Frank Whaley, Luke Cage among many others), who killed an FBI agent. So our guys head to Atlanta and find Douglas. They also find two FBI agents on his trail. Mac and Jack (M&J from now on) are arrested, they escape, they capture Douglas, they end up wanted by the local police, they escape some more. They discover that Douglas was set up by a crooked FBI agent rather than vice versa, one of the FBI agents put the police on them, then they find out that he's not really responsible, and Matty and Wilt figure out who the real culprit is. too late... The B plot is that it's performance review time since Matty is taking over as their boss, so she wants to assess all of the team members. Wilt schmoozes Matty by standing up to her, Riley gets schooled in the fact that she's kind of a criminal, and Jack and Matty just glare at each other. Probably the most interesting part is watching the writers tap-dance between Matty being a jerk of a boss, a tough but fair boss, and a hard-hitter. She doesn't like Mac improvising, but she gives him the chance to prove that he knows what he's doing, and she "challenges" him to do it. Mac is glad to accept the challenge, and apparently she's dismissed all of his case files and history with... " I don't expect everyone to drop to their knees in awe of Mac's MacGyvering skills. " But it's the kind of crap MacGyver never had to put up with in the original series, at least not by anyone who had authority over him for any period of time. And he really didn't have anyone in authority over him in the old series, which is part of the cookie-cutterness of nu- MacGyver when they give him a boss. I don't mind one-offs where Mac has to deal with an obnoxious authority figure that eventually. Source: www.tv.com
By the time they warn M&J, it's too late for them but they take down the bad guy and reunite Douglas with his love, local grocery mart attendant Ilene (Siobhan Fallon, Wayward Pines, Saturday Night Live). He's going to prison but she's going to bring
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"Gripping, straight-up, no-nonsense stories about American soldiers and their families . . . simple, tough, and true." -- The New York Times "Fascinating." -- O, the Oprah Magazine Through fiction of dazzling skill and astonishing emotional force, Siobhan Fallon welcomes readers into the American army base at Fort Hood, Texas, where U.S. soldiers prepare to fight, and where their families are left to cope after the men are gone. They'll meet a wife who discovers unsettling secrets when she hacks into her husband's email, and a teenager who disappears as her mother fights cancer. There is the foreign born wife who has tongues wagging over her late hours, and the military intelligence officer who plans a covert mission against his own home. Powerful, singular, and unforgettable, these stories will resonate deeply with readers and mark the debut of a new talent of tremendous note. From the Trade Paperback edition.
"End of the Wasp Season" is her ninth novel Siobhan Fallon received the PEN Center USA's 2012 award for fiction for her debut collection of short stories, You Know When the Men Are Gone, about the wives of soldiers who have been sent to Iraq. Fallon ...
Guest starring in this episode are Siobhan Fallon Hogan (Ilene Preskin), Frank Whaley (Douglas Bishop), Gary Weeks (Agent Tanner), Michael Tow (Agent Cho), Pat Dortch (FBI Director Ted Dryer), Danielle Deadwyler (Brunette Agent), and Aina Dumlao (Andie Lee).
Siobhan Fallon Hogan has been seen in several blockbusters over the past twenty years. She is playing Arlene Moran, Sheriff Arnold Pope's (Terrence Howard) secretary in FX's Wayward Pines by Chad Hodge and Blake Crouch. The redheaded character actress has ...
Siobhan Fallon Hogan (born May 13, 1961) is an American actress. She appeared in films such as Men in Black, Forrest Gump, The Negotiator and Daddy Day Care.
YOU KNOW WHEN THE MEN ARE GONE, By Siobhan Fallon. Reminiscent of Raymond Carver and Tim O’Brien, an unforgettable collection of interconnected short stories.
Siobhan Fallon Hogan has been seen in several blockbusters over the past twenty years. She is playing Arlene Moran, Sheriff Arnold Pope's (Terrence Howard ...
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