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  • My favorite moment of the episode, though, was early on when David's ex-wife, Holly, who is in the witness protection program with their two girls, sent him some photographs of the children with him

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      In Touching Evil: Boston, David Creegan (Jeffrey Donovan) and the FBI team travel to Boston for their latest case. It’s an emotional trip of sorts because Boston is where Creegan grew up, so he has a lot of memories there, many of which he is conflicted about.

      My favorite moment of the


      episode, though, was early on when David’s ex-wife, Holly, who is in the witness protection program with their two girls, sent him some photographs of the children with him. It was a touching moment, and the pictures were so cute.

      The oddest moment is David sitting on the porch near his home.


      • His best friend had lived there. The current owner endures a strange conversation as David goes in and out from being sentimental and trying to work out his past with solving the case that brought him to Boston in the first place.

        David sees everything in patterns, and it’s while on the

        porch that he suddenly figures out the pattern to this case. It had to do with faces and impersonal encounters, and it had to do with just proving that people were people. It’s odd, but that’s what Touching Evil is all about — oddness.

        Touching Evil: Boston was a pretty good episode.




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