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  • Unfortunately, what it shows is that we really haven't come far at all

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      A Man Called Hawk: Poison, which originally aired on television in March 1989, focused on the drug war. Unfortunately, what it shows is that we really haven’t come far at all. In fact, we’ve gone nowhere. That’s what the program is evidence of because we’re still fighting the same issues today.

      The


      good and the bad of this episode follow:

      –The scene with Hawk and Harker in Harker’s office is just so over the top and cliche, with Hawk acting so flippant. It just makes me groan. The Hawk character turns me off, even though he’s supposed to be a good guy.

      –How convenient that Hawk ...


      • was nearby the first time that Carol (Sharon Washington) was attacked. However, there’s a running trend in this show that in spite of his words, Hawk really isn’t always around and doesn’t protect his charges. This show makes that point again since Carol gets injured later.

        –The big climax is intriguing because we

        can only guess who was responsible. They don’t provide an easy answer. At the same time, Hawk’s walkaway in the final scene is, again, flamboyant. It’s an instant end of support and poorly timed. It just made him a showboat.

        Again, there’s a lot of violence, and this isn’t my type of show.




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