The Cleaner: Chaos Theory
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    • by Orrymain

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      As The Cleaner: Chaos Theory went on, I kept wondering who it was who was playing William Banks’ old friend, Quinn. He was so familiar; finally realized it was Jeff Fahey. He was perfect for the part, but with the look he had, I didn’t recognize him.

      The opening to The Cleaner reminds me a lot of

      Numbers on CBS. I don’t know if everyone really pays attention to the Numbers opening and how it counts down to what the case will ultimately be. It’s not just a countdown of random numbers; they all mean something. At the beginning of The Cleaner, they put up a screen that explains who Banks is,

      • and it shows the number of people he’s helped. The number increases every week.

        Ben Banks, the teenage son of William and Melissa, is really starting to get into trouble here. He’s rebelling. He actually gets caught smoking. Along with this, Melissa finds a syringe and thinks it’s William’s, which it’s not. It’s a dramatic

        confrontation. Ultimately, this is all tied in with Ben and Quinn both. There is a lot going on here. Things are not black and white.

        The episode title seems appropriate. While intriguing, this show is often chaotic. It’s like a video game where everything changes in seconds. It’s good, but you just can’t blink.

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