Two episodes in and the Doyle's are back on form, harder, tougher a more 'edgy' mix. it is implausible at times, the segues from some scenes can take a leap of faith.
Allan Hawco's hard work, co-creator, actor, writer must be acknowledged, I am not tired of him yet. Sean McGinley delivers once again, his work helps you forgive the gaps in the story. it packs too much in at times and the slow burn stories might give it more gravitas.
Jake gets his lights punched out too often. Its been compared to the Rockford files, well there were never as many guns pulled out in that show. Jake seems too at ease in the local constabulary office.
The behind the scenes bonus features are welcome, its not all just the faces we see on screen that make up the show.
Is the weather ever bad in St John's? Some episodes showing the season's might be worth it. Once again the magnificent coast line is shown to full effect and the theme music tracks thump out at you.
Slow down a bit Jake, ease up, as Malarkey says use your brains a bit more and your fists less and make up with Constable Bennet. OhYeah.