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  • This show takes place in Hawk's home time, and it's just boring as can be

    • by Orrymain
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      A Man Called Hawk: A Time and a Place is the second episode of this short-lived TV series that focuses on the character of Hawk, hip talking dude we first met on Spenser for Hire. As I’ve said before, he should have stayed in Boston. This show takes place in Hawk’s home

      time, and it’s just boring as can be.

      I will say the episode had one poignant turn, but at the same time, that shut out the one hopeful aspect of the show. By murdering this character, they eliminated the only good that was present. I was both shocked and saddened by the plot ...


      • that included the death of this specific character.

        Anthony LaPaglia is one of the primary guest stars in A Time and a Place. He exhibits his normal brooding Italian mobster-type self. That deep voice of his just exudes no good. Frankly, he bores me.

        The standout of the guest stars was Jay O.

        Sanders as Detective Brogan. After Hawk is accused of murder, he and Hawk develop an odd alliance that has its humorous moments. Their scenes together were the only saving graces of this episode, especially the bassinet scene.

        Overall, though, A Time and a Place isn’t really worth the time it takes to watch.




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