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  • One of the interesting facets of John Doe
  • I'm not fond of his advice, so that may be part of my problem

    • by Orrymain
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      John Doe: John D.O.A. essentially picks up not long after The Mourner concludes. It has a very calm, unsuspecting opening with Jamie Avery (Jayne Brook) going to her apartment and being kidnapped by the serial killer.

      One of the interesting facets of John Doe: John D.O.A. is the faux ending. It has emotion, some surprise, and is


      just fun to watch. The twist and angst really isn’t from the action as much as it’s from the character of The Mourner. He’s Lenny Pescoe, played adequately by Doug Hutchison. What he reveals is the ultimate excitement of the piece.

      I also enjoy the last scene of this 2003 episode. Just about all of ...


      • the regulars are present at Digger’s club, including Avery. Her attitude upon arrival along with John’s response is a kick.

        John Marshall Jones continues to excel as Detective Frank Hayes. He has the most well rounded character of those who surround John Doe. Sprague Grayden is better, but still just feels out of place as

        Karen Kawalski. I can’t say that I’m that fond of William Forsythe as Digger. He owns the bar/club where John Doe ends up hanging out at all the time. I’m not fond of his advice, so that may be part of my problem.

        At any rate, this makes for a good wrap up to the murder mystery.




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