Following an episode where Mike literally had blood on his hands, he was barely able to get any rest before his ongoing operation blew up in his face. Did Paige and Briggs made the right decision by stepping into the compound? After exploring Sulla’s house, do you think Paige now has a hunch about Lena’s ultimate fate? Mike wasn’t featured heavily in this episode, but you can still find several HD screen caps from “The Head Of The Pig” in the gallery.
Briggs learns that someone at Graceland has proof of his past crimes.
The ninth episode of “Graceland” S2 might have been the darkest yet, showing the indescribable bleakness of Sulla’s house of sex trafficking. Mike Warren – who was staying overnight for the case – involved himself with a lot of trouble and heartache. Do you think Mike behaved rationally, or was he running too much on emotions? How do you think this will affect other relationships in the show? Over 250 HD screen caps from the episode (“Gratis”) have been added to the gallery.
Briggs and Paige sen Briggs’ undercover after Mike, who they believe has pushed boundaries too far. Unfortunately, a dirty cop’s commitment to corruption causes the operation to go awry.
As part of the Sierra Acura Summer Concert Series, the illustrious Pasadena POPS and Michael Feinstein are hosting a special event on September 6th entitled New York! New York! — and Aaron Tveit is scheduled to appear. As part of a one-night only concert, Aaron – alongside Patti Austin and Liz Callaway – will perform songs that “capture the snap swagger and energy” of New York City.
Held at the LA County Arboretum & Botanic Garden in Arcadia, CA, the concert will offer world-renowned singers as entertainment along with fine dining options. Guests are encouraged to either bring their own picnic fare or pre-order from a select list of partnered restaurants: Claude & Co., Julienne, and Marston’s. Several food trucks will also be available, along with a full cash bar and ice cream by Choctal.
Gates for picnicking open at 5:30pm. The concert will start at 7:30pm – rain or shine – and will last for approximately two hours with a brief intermission. The Pasadena POPS’ LA County Arboretum page has more information for those planning on attending, including out-of-towners who may want to book a deal at the partnered Langham Huntington hotel.
This is the final concert of the 2014 summer series, and the event is entirely open to the public. Should you be lucky enough to attend, ticket prices start at a very fair $20; if you want to reserve a spot at a table, it’s $42. To purchase your tickets, please visit Pasadena POPS’ official site; they will also be available to buy day-of at the venue.
Graceland has always been about sacrifices, as shown on Wednesday’s episode of the USA Network series. In the eighth episode of the season – entitled “The Ends” – we see Mike making an arrangement in order to help girls involved in a sex traffic operation. Meanwhile, Johnny and Briggs have found themselves in a bit of a struggle in their personal life due to their professional obligations. Is someone bound to get burned from their sacrifices? Although Aaron wasn’t heavily featured in this episode, you can now find HD screen caps from “The Ends” in the gallery.
When Johnny meets with the head of the cartel, he suggests another method of smuggling drugs into US.
The seventh episode of season two of “Graceland” saw Mike Warren take a little of a backseat compared to some other storylines, but he still got to shine after partnering up with Charlie (played by the lovely Vanessa Ferlito). What’d you think of that fake bill and consequent bank scene? What kind of repercussions do you think that might have in upcoming episodes? Screen caps from the episode – entitled “Los Malos” – have been added to the gallery, in all of their HD glory.
Charlie attempts to form a bond with a bank robber while Johnny tries to keep his feelings for a cartel leader’s daughter in check. Briggs’ personal life creates huge complications for his undercover.
In my humble opinion, last Wednesday’s episode of “Graceland” – entitled “The Unlucky One” – was the best yet. Compelling, complex, and rich in character dynamics while simultaneously shining a spotlight on a very important, if often overlooked, issue: sex trafficking. My hats off to creator Jeff Eastin (and Serinda Swan, who suggested the storyline) for tackling such a sensitive topic.
Aaron Tveit’s acting in the episode was absolutely wonderful, showing the wide array of moral dilemmas Mike Warren must face on a case by case basis. Did he make the right choices? In the end, who do you think “the unlucky one” was? There seems to be no easy answer. While you think about it, check out the numerous HD screen caps from the episode now added to the gallery.