The A and B plots combine tidily and we learn the lengths Crockett and Gina will go to do their jobs in Give a Little, Take a Little.
It’s time we took a break from the hectic, modern world of Miami and dove into the Tru Country™ that surrounds it: the GLADES.
Like, the eclipse was today, so I’m off in the ding dang woods and have been for a bit when this has posted.
Oh man, so the title of this, “The Great McCarthy” is feels so sarcastic. The titular bro is the kind of monied blowhard who has exactly twenty-six stories and forty-eight anecdotes that he rotates between with a mechanical precision. One theme about this episode, on a theoretical level, is pretending the past doesn’t exist. We get the return of an actor who played a notable, and very dead, character. Tubbs absolutely pretends something from three episodes ago didn’t happen. Oh man, I just realised that the twist at the end…
“No Exit”, besides being named after a fabulously depressing play, has an actor that you may know now, but who got his first credited role here.