Monday, February 27, 2023

Will Trent - Unable to Locate

While investigating what happened to a shipment of guns, and what a white supremacist organization might use them for, Will (Ramón Rodríguez) gets attacked and goes missing leaving Faith (Iantha Richardson) to continue the investigation and Angie (Erika Christensen) to Wagner (Sonja Sohn) to worry. Speaking of Angie, she gets her own case of the week looking into robbery and murder tied to expensive running shoes. The two stories are tied together with Trent's discovery of a pregnancy test in his home and flashbacks to some incredibly well-cat younger versions of Trent (Andres Velez) and Angie (Savannah Hutson) centered around a similar situation during their childhood.

Featuring a pair of good young actors who are eerily similar to the stars, the episode offers the largest chunk yet of Will and Angie's childhood which works well against the current day backdrop of Will missing (and his heroic charge to take on the gang unarmed which thankfully is quickly joined by Faith and the rest of the GBI). Angie's B-story also offers a larger glimpse into Ormewood (Jake McLaughlin) and how his temper has gotten him into trouble in the past, something he's continuing to struggle daily with (a process Angie can relate to).

  • Title: Will Trent - Unable to Locate
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