Sunday, October 17, 2010


I am watching the last episode of Rubicon. In general, I am a sucker for spy and espionage type shows. This one was thoroughly enjoyable. Although each episode was slow, the characters were fascinating, each episode left me wanting more. Even as the daughter of a writer and having grown up analyzing narrative structures, pieces of the story were surprisingly unpredictable.

In the first episode of Rubicon, the premise is set: Will Travers, a brilliant but tortured analyst, discovered a pattern in the crosswords of the big ticket paper. In investigating the lead, he finds connections leading everywhere.

If you have not seen the series yet, I highly recommend it.

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