Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan: Black 22
September 6, 2018 10:21 PM - Season 1, Episode 3 - Subscribe

Drone pilot Victor struggles with the immense responsibility attached to his job. Jack and Greer join French Intelligence officers on a mission to track down Suleiman's brother. Hanin is forced to make a dangerous decision for the sake of their children.

i don’t see how Victor isn’t court-martialed. I’m pretty sure that disobeying a direct order is still disobeying a direct order even if that order would have been different at a later time.

The “bad guys” and their story continues to be the more interesting part of the show for me.
posted by jimw (7 comments total)
 
I agree that the "bad guys" are the vastly more interesting storyline, but when Beecher introduced himself as Stanley Kowalski, I knew that Polizzi was in for some trouble.
posted by Sphinx at 2:48 PM on September 9


Can someone explain the relevance of Polizzi and Garcia's plotline? Although I suppose that would constitute a spoiler since it isn't wrapped up for a while. Feel free to memail me or post it in the appropriate thread? It seemed like a couple of people shoehorned in; you don't need an extended plotline over multiple episodes to work in that hellfire shot.
posted by Justinian at 4:49 PM on September 9


Suspect that it's a small sub-arc of the show; sort of how there were multiple takes on the drug trade in Soderburgh's "Traffic" that were loosely related.
posted by Thistledown at 8:58 AM on September 10


I think it was for a) boobs and b) to show how Victor is on his way to rock bottom.
posted by The corpse in the library at 2:27 PM on September 10


I agree with that. What I'm wondering is why Victor was in the show at all. The hellfire missile could have been fired by a spear carrier.
posted by Justinian at 5:01 PM on September 10


Ah, I see. I’m presuming he’ll show up in later episodes — this is as far as I’ve gotten.
posted by The corpse in the library at 6:39 AM on September 11


He literally multiplied his blood money. It was both horrible and funny, I thought that was well done.
posted by Carillon at 8:44 PM on September 16


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