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Downey non-plussed with Burnett’s Awards


“Enjoy my work, or I’ll snap that neck.”

Could it be trouble in paradise already for Mark Burnett and Roma Downey? Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps, as the song goes. Word has it that Downey is less than ecstatic with Burnett’s obsession with the upcoming MTV Movie Awards, of which he is executive producer. The man’s certainly becoming the Sam Walton of TV, creating low-quality yet popular crap that everyone and their dead mothers seem to “enjoy.” Like the rest of his productions, the awards ceremony is sure to be “realistic” and decidedly hollow with no real reason to tune in to the thing at all, unless you’re a complete TV junkie that just can’t get away from the set for a couple hours. Come on, it’s MTV. You stopped watching that back in ’94.

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After a particularly lackluster week, the writers of “The Shield” got back on track last night with an episode that – for all intents and purposes – set up one hell of a season finale. The cards are on the table, the bets have been placed, and now all we have to do is sit back, relax and wait to see who comes out on top.

Vic’s mission to earn a little goodwill (and behind-the-scenes help) before going in front of the appeals board next week crashed and burned when the city controller who he protected a few weeks back (by failing to disclose the real reason behind his daughter’s murder) came up short on his end of the deal. Knowing full well that Claudette’s lack of pity certainly isn’t helping the case, Vic makes the threat of the century by informing her that not only will he solve the San Marcos murders, but that after he does, she won’t have any other choice but to keep him onboard. So what does he do? He solves the freaking case. Thanks to yet another tip from Aceveda’s city planning friend, Cruz, the Strike Team pick up one of the suspects, but Vic and Hiatt butt heads on how to deal with him. Way to burn yet another bridge, Vic.

When they finally convince the slicer-and-dicer to give up his pals, Vic goes over Hiatt’s head and swoops them up, stashing them away in a freight container before anyone else can find them. Vic then makes good with the Mexicans by handing over two of three El Salvadorians, and a tip that the third will be out of prison in 18 months. Unfortunately, Claudette couldn’t care less, and despite Vic closing the San Marcos case (or at least clearing all those red names from the board), she informs him that he’s still on his way out. Aceveda wouldn’t have it any other way, but his friend Cruz feels differently. Despite his obvious connection to the murders, he thinks Farmington needs as many good cops as possible, and in order to keep Vic on the force, he gives him the one thing that will secure his future: the infamous cell phone picture of Aceveda’s rape.


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