: Missed Connections
October 3, 2019 4:26 PM - Season 1, Episode 2 -
Dex is hired by a wealthy man to search for a woman whom he recently met, but she quickly learns that the task is not as simple as it seems. Meanwhile, Dex and Grey's history unfolds.
TV Fanatic - On Stumptown Season 1 Episode 2, we are given a glimpse into the past of Grey and Dex meeting for the first time while Dex works on her latest case involving a very interesting meet cute.
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We really need to see Dex working out at the gym, because I am guessing she has a deep and meaningful relationship with a punching bag. And now we know her history with Grey, and her ancient red roadster. Time will tell which is the more enduring match.
Grey is a man with a past, and it is catching up with him. Dex's brother Ansel proves to be the smarter man when it comes to over-friendly barroom customers.
Detective Hoffman is steering Dex toward a more law-abiding outlet for her time, with mixed results. Luckily, his superior Detective Cosgrove gives her some simple advice: do the work, get the private detective license, or get another paying job.
I'm liking it. Save me from preachy detective shows that take themselves So Seriously. This is escapist fun, and the twists and plot pacing for the central mystery of the episode, while not groundbreaking, are still worth an hour of your time.
If you like Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum, you may find a kindred spirit in Dex Parios.
on October 3 [
I don't know how things work in Oregon, but here it NY, it would be basically impossible for a felon who is paying for everything with cash to get a liquor license.
on October 4
Some of the cash went for bribes? I don't get that vibe from Gray at all, but I'm just raising it as a hypothesis. In any case, it looks like we'll be getting a lot more of his backstory as this season goes on, so hopefully some of the questions will be answered.
on October 4
Really liking the stories so far, in that it seems some care was made to make them interesting on their own merits.
on October 7
I like this show a lot. The casting is great, the plots keep me guessing, and it's got a killer soundtrack. Looking forward to next week.
on October 8
I like Jake Johnson in this waaay more than his annoying character from New Girl.
on October 11
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