I hope there are motorcycles in heaven is all I can say. God-Warrior Paul Woodrugh put up a hell of a fight, but the odds were just stacked too high against him in the latest episode of "True Detective."
I got my wish this week on "True Detective" as Ani showed her cutlery skills on a real human instead of her workout dummy. It was just as fulfilling as I had envisioned, and perfectly in line with her reasoning earlier in the season on why she carried the knives.
This week's installment of True Detective was the action packed answer to the first season's episode that blew us all away with the insane ghetto scene involving Detective Rust Cohle.
I don’t know if it was night that found Detective Ray Velcoro, but a weirdo with a mask and a scattergun sure did! What a short run for Colin Farrell. Two episodes in and it’s lights out for what should have been a major character in this season’s rendition of True Detective.
After the epic performances of Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson in season one, not many folks give season two of True Detective a chance of hitting that level. Even as a huge Vince Vaughn fan I have trouble seeing this year topping last year's version of the crime drama.