And then for a period drama portraying the 1960s, they seem to have too many women with rather successful careers. In addition to Assistant District Attorney, we now meet a new manager for Savoy accounting department, a daughter of Chicago mob boss, Mia Rizzo (I was expecting a fatal chick to appear at some point, now we have to wait for her to hook up with Dixon, right?).
|Look at her! A man was killed over you and you're all joyful a couple days later.|
Investigation itself was carried out smoother than the last time, but also was more predictable. I knew who the killer was exactly when I saw him giving a stare at the end of the first conversation he had with Ralph's brother.
I still believe it's the best drama that premiered this fall (maybe Nashville can beat it), it's not a masterpiece, of course, but it's solid. And I still like the bad guy more. But now as he blew Perrin and a couple of Feds up, he'll be in trouble, I presume.