Deep Cover: Never Seen Again
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Season three, Never Seen Again, tells the story of two women, living on opposite sides of the country, who went missing in the summer of 1999. Seven years later, their stories collided when a small town detective got a tip and became convinced that if he could solve one mystery, he'd solve the other.
Season two, Mob Land, is about a high-rolling lawyer who joins forces with the feds to try to bring down one of the most powerful criminal syndicates in the country.
Season one, The Drug Wars, tells the story of an FBI agent who goes undercover with a biker gang, and follows a trail of clues that eventually leads to the US invasion of a foreign country.
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Introducing Deep Cover
Episode 1: The Masked Man
Episode 2: What Will the Neighbors Think?
Episode 3: El Dorado
Episode 4: The Gentleman Smuggler
Episode 5: A Different Kind of Animal
Episode 6: The Silent Partner
Episode 7: The Honeymoon is Over
Episode 8: The Political Shitstorm
Episode 9: 1989
The Supply Side
Deep Cover Season Two Trailer
Episode 1: The Walk-In
Episode 2: The Murder
Episode 3: The Fix
Episode 4: The Favorite Son
Episode 5: The Babe in the Woods
Episode 6: The Breaking Point
Episode 7: The Philosopher King ft. Michael Imperioli
So far the worst part is that no one is calling out Edna's mental health issues that really caused this whole situation.
8 minutes in and already hit with 2 commercial breaks.
Ben Ford is a fresh breath of air in law enforcement.
The saddest part of this series is that Esther is undiagnosed neurodivergent, and that she may never get the true diagnosis she needs.
Me: The body might be in a whale? What the...? Oh — a *well*! That makes more sense.
Halpern has made assumptions about Ester, he still is, STILL can't see a young, naive woman grappling with fear, life, terror of being found, & what Domestic Violence makes people do, think & feel about the world around them
🤫 Emily Bazelon is a really good person, but oh heck!, the American nasal, high pitched, female voice is so awful to listen to, worse, many don't realise they're damaging their vocal cords, & seriously women: you will not be listened to & responded too as an adult if you do not drop your voice to a mature tone & stop coming across like a 12 year old child
what about the law enforcement men who so relentlessly pursued Esther?, they were only concerned about their own grand/bizarre/misogynist theories (a spy?, get a grip) she was forgotten because she was only an incident in their story, not a young, vulnerable person in need of help empathy & compassion
how many young, naive, innocent young women are forced to flee domestic violence every year?, Esther did not, in my opinion, deliberately commit any crime, what Esther did was try to survive as best she knew how, inadvertently she created an awful situation for Brookes' parents but it wasn't done with forethought or malice on Esther's part, as for JCPenney & the student loans I think those could have been forgiven, this was a very young, very frightened, if not terrified woman trying to survive, the fault here is with a system that will not acknowledge Domestic Violence, it's aftermath & consequences & does not give women a safe way out
This episode, and the way the media was talking about her, is so infuriatingly misogynist. Meanwhile, there's the "spy cops" scandal in Britain (merely the best-documented example of a common tactic) in which multiple male cops got into long-term relationships with non-violent female activists, in a couple of cases fathering children and then just disappearing.
Esther is a narcissist. she doesn't care about the damage she did. she should still be in jail. Brooke's family needs to sue her.
The host of the show has a really annoying cadence to his voice.
So, he named his "Rocket"
I'm not sure why the host of the show presents this episode as if the guy was wrongfully convicted.... the guy admits he shot a cop pretty much on purpose,and the host of the show talks as if he should of been freed.
Only 3 years for the corrupt politicians they should have rotted in jail
Bob is a sociopath. He would not feel guilty for anything.
very interesting and intri
Beaufort is South Carolina you dumbass
aww was it that much of a storm?? and yes I do drugs...so fucking what?? fuck your easy edward jones accounts at the office on wyoming south of menaul because the hole in the llc and it's holdings are guaranteed to show that your lee isn't Leigh and so your ops guys are also in survielance so you are being survieled.. so whatever's... I still need CURRENCY in abq because you need to show why your excesses have better tech than local state le opps and those guys need high end shit two or three magnitudes over the highest end you might find on the darknet