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Submitted by alycakes 627d ago | review

TV Fanatic Review: Person of Interest: The Social Network

TV Fanatic:
After the serious larger story of "Dead Reckoning," Person of Interest went back to its formula for a fast-paced and fun episode, taking its cues from social networking competition.

While Mark Zuckerberg wasn't under Reese and Finch's watchful eye, "One Percent" did include a genius billionaire who created Facebook FriendCzar, which apparently has almost a billion users. TV Fanatic has to get on that thing!

The website name doesn't exactly roll of the tongue, but its profits were enough to give one of its creators, Logan Pierce, the chance to gallivant around the city making out with married women, driving fast sports cars and doing pretty much whatever he wanted, whenever he wanted.

Even with all of the so-called politics of crushing smaller sites vying for new direction, the bottom line was that Logan wanted to evolve, to grow. He was simply a curious and passionate guy with unlimited resources and knack for getting into trouble.

Which made him all the more difficult to protect. (Person of Interest, TV) 4.4/5

alycakes  +   628d ago
I enjoy the cat and mouse chase on this one and still get a kick out of watching it. Some would say it's the same old thing over and over but it's not. There is still a lot to learn about these characters that we still dont' know and I'm sure there are a lot of surprises left.
arukas  +   627d ago
one may think this would get boring at some point but is just the other way, the plot keeps getting interesting while we get to know more about the characters
Leio  +   626d ago
This series get better and better after each episode

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