CHASE “The Longest Night” Review

CHASE (NBC) The Longest Night

CHASE “The Longest Night” Season 1 Episode 8 – In this episode I liked how Annie started building up a relationship with one of her previous captures. It’s giving Annie a chance to confront some old demons by talking to a man in prison with a little girl back at home. She gets to talk to him like I’m sure she wants to talk to her daddy and I like where that’s taking her character. I also think Mason is a great character and I have a feeling this means we’ll be seeing more of him.

What I’d like to see is a little more teamwork when it comes to actually catching the bad guys. They do a great job at letting everyone work together throughout the case but when it comes to the actual capture, suddenly it’s the Annie show and she seems to be the only one who knows how to run them down (usually jumping on some sort of a vehicle to do so).

As for the Luke and Daisy thing, I like that Daisy is more okay with the fact that they slept together than he is. Maybe now that they’ve talked about it, that storyline will be dropped for a while. I wouldn’t mind if they picked it up maybe next season but right now is still too soon.

My favorite bits..

Daisy telling Marco that Jimmy didn’t like to be treated like a mushroom… fed BS and kept in the dark. LOL, okay that was a good one.

Agreeing that it is a sick world when killers have “fans”. Ick.

Annie going to visit Mason to understand more about Seever.

Being completely creeped out by the eerie sight of that automatic door opening and closing on that poor girl.

Luke’s admiration when he found out the girl fought off Seever with pepper spray.

The way Annie talked to the girl and told her what a good job she did getting away and remembering all that she did.

Finding out my suspicions about the writer were true when Seever showed up at his door.

Being relieved when that can of tear gas came through in time to save the writer’s wife. He may have been an idiot for egging on a serial killer but that didn’t mean his wife deserved to suffer for his stupidity.

Shaking my head when Annie jumped on yet another vehicle. Um, that is getting a little old, isn’t it?

Annie telling Mason all the things his little girl would want to hear, knowing that they were the things she wanted to hear from her own daddy. That was incredibly sweet.

Wondering what it meant when Mason pulled out a picture of Annie. Hm.

What did you think of this episode of Chase? Got any favorite bits or least favorite bits of your own? I’d love to hear from you!

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