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TV Review: Designated Survivor 1×10 “The Oath”

  • Robert Burton

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  • Jeremy

    Where do you think Hannah was? She was pursuing the sniper. She was running toward the building where the sniper was perched and shot up to the 7th floor window that she saw was opened from the ground. She was not at the Capitol. She was not hundreds of yards away. To me she looked like she was maybe 20 or 30 feet away shooting up to the 7th floor.

  • prefixthx

    The Hannah character has made this show almost totally unwatchable for me. She’s the most unbelievable FBI agent you could possibly create. Episode 10 was particularly ridiculous as far as “agent” Hannah goes. Rather than shooting a guy who had tried to kill her, she runs away and hides from him, leaving a classified folder on the front seat of her car. She deftly picks off an assailant through dense woods. She sustains serious wounds that were not bound with stitches, but were superglued, and is still able to race through crowds without opening them up. Then, most incredibly, she is able to hit the assassin’s hi-rise window with a single PISTOL shot. Hopefully after her inevitable capture, she will be sent to Guantanamo and never been seen again.

  • Ben Russell-Gough

    Mad Speculation:
    By pure, horrific good luck, Catalan’s shot hits MacLeash (yes, I know, eye roll). Catalan suddenly finds himself at the top of The Conspiracy’s Naughty List and is urgently looking for a new protector. Enter President Kirkman.

  • Ben Russell-Gough

    It’s called Movie Ballistics. It is fairly common for a heroic character to perform impossible shots with a pistol without any problem when the plot requires it. Tom Cruise’s character was particularly blessed in this manner at various points in Mission Impossible 2.