In The Rookie 5×07 “Crossfire” Thorsen and Tim have a confrontation while Chenford continues being slow and doubts arise as enemies return.
In The Rookie 5×06 “The Reckoning” Chenford’s flirtation is on fire as Harper’s family faces prejudice and someone returns with full force.
In The Rookie 5×05 “The Fugitive” the turn is special. Some couples take a step forward and others take steps back…Chenford is in the middle.
The Rookie 5×02 “Labor Day” focuses on the case of the week while giving us some hints of the future. All spiced up with Chenford angst.
The Rookie 5×01 “Double Down” shows us that this is Chenford season as an old enemy returns to threaten all of our favorite characters.
No wonder Nathan Fillion did such a great job of playing a villain on Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The Rookie 4×04 “Red Hot” is a bridge episode that moves the plots a bit forward although Aaron and Lucy bond and we didn’t know we needed it
The Rookie 4×02 “Five Minutes” teaches us that the silence of the absence is too load and the damage that an unfair trial can do. We review!
The Rookie 4×01 “Life And Death” picks up the story right where season 3 left it while we live an unexpected death and our Chenford lives!
The Rookie 3×07 “True Crime” is the worst episode of the show. It’s an episode where they tell a story that doesn’t interest me.
The Rookie returns after a little hiatus with “Lockdown,” an episode in which the characters take really big risks to try to get justice. Will they get it? Let’s comment everything about The Rookie 3×05 “Lockdown“. Here we go! The first thing we are going…
In this episode, The Rookie continues the courageous line of social denunciation that we loved from last week and is even better.
We’re back! The Rookie returns after a week, with a somewhat calmer episode than last week, but that deals with the big racial problem in the United States, police reform and the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as tackling this social reality…