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‘Last Resort’ Review: Blue Water

Sam (Scott Speedman) and James (Daniel Lissing) leave the island on a rescue mission that finds them looking for Christine (Jessy Schram) in Manilla, Philippines. James takes Sam to meet Bullfrog (Jason Beghe), a former SEAL, to help get information to lead them to Christine’s location.

Photo courtesy of ABC

Photo courtesy of ABC

A Chinese diplomat has arrived on the island with an offer to protect and provide the crew with provisions. Marcus (Andre Braugher) finds himself in a situation where provisions are depleted and the prison is increasing. He has to make a choice between China, Serrat (Sahr Ngaujah) or neither.

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‘Last Resort’ Review: Another Fine Navy Day

“Another Fine Navy Day” spends its time going back and forth in narrative as the episode deals with an attack on the island. Rather than splitting the episode between the island and those in America, the episode follows only those on the island and on the submarine.

Photo courtesy of ABC

Photo courtesy of ABC

All the inhabitants of the island are drugged and find themselves hallucinating before passing out. The purpose of drugging them is for a team to go to the island and find something that the SEALS have.

Master Chief Joseph Prosser (Robert Patrick), Lieutenant Grace Shepard (Daisy Betts) and Captain Marcus Chaplin (Andre Braugher) go to the submarine while XO Sam Kendal (Scott Speedman) remains on the island.

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‘Last Resort’ Review: Blue on Blue

The pilot showed the start of their own country turning against the crew of the Colorado. “Blue on Blue” gives the crew another headache as they have to contend with a foreign obstacle as well as 20+ US warships.

Photo courtesy of ABC

Photo courtesy of ABC

Captain Marcus Chaplin (Andre Braugher) declared a 200-mile perimeter as no man’s land around the island but people aren’t exactly listening. One of the submarines moves in closer to the Colorado’s position and a plane flies within the island’s airspace.

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