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  • Thus, I have actually just watched all of the other episodes and now definitely declare that A Second Self is absolutely the best of the 13
  • The ending is predictable, of course, but the emotion is awesome, and I love what Mach does in the end

    • by Orrymain
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      By accident, I ended up watching Street Hawk somewhat in reverse. Thus, I have actually just watched all of the other episodes and now definitely declare that A Second Self is absolutely the best of the 13. It had top notch acting, a great story (though I’ll admit it’s not original), and a range of emotions.

      I do


      question the timing of the show. After all, this is the first regular episode, the follow up to the pilot. In the pilot, Jesse Mach (Rex Smith) became the Street Hawk, a secret crime fighter using a really cool technology enhanced motorcycle, after her best friend, a fellow cop, had been killed. So he’s already had a ...

      • huge loss.

        In A Second Self, Mach’s old motorcycle racing friend, Kevin Stark, returns. It’s clear they are best buds, but alas, a happy future is not necessarily in story for them. To have two emotional losses back to back isn’t always a good idea.

        That said, the Kevin Stark role is a good one and in large part

        that’s because he was played by a long-haired George Clooney. Clooney may have still been honing his craft back when this was filmed, but he pulled it off beautifully, giving his character some real depth.

        The ending is predictable, of course, but the emotion is awesome, and I love what Mach does in the end. It’s definitely a winner.




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