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Babylon TV Show Review EP6

The show opens with Banjo (Andrew Brooke) and Robbie (Adam Deacon) rejoining the police force. Sharon (Nicola Walker) gives a press conference and confirms the news, but insists the inquest was complete and thorough. Charles Inglis (Paterson Joseph) discusses his options with Finn and Tom. Liz Garvey (Brit Marling) speaks to media and hypes Sharon’s campaign run. However, the footage… Read more →

Babylon TV Show Review EP 5

Since they’re suspended, due to the shooting, Banjo (Andrew Brooke), Warwick (Nick Blood) and Tony (Stuart Martin) attempt to relieve their stress, with a little paintball. The group easily defeat their opponents. Meanwhile, Robbie (Adam Deacon) grieves in his own way, by visiting the shooting scene and checking out the victim’s blood. He definitely seems afraid. Meanwhile, Miller’s funeral is… Read more →

Babylon Ep4

When the show opens, Commissioner Miller’s (James Nesbitt) corpse is dragged from the water, while Liz (Brit Marling) attempts to intimidate the reporter, who is trying to expose Miller. Tom Oliver (Jonny Sweet) receives a phone call and informs everyone of Miller’s death.  Charles Inglis (Paterson Joseph) assigns Sharon (Nicola Walker) to inform Miller’s widow about his death. She informs… Read more →

Babylon E3 Review

When the show opens, the commissioner works out angrily. Meanwhile, Robbie (Adam Deacon) is put in charge of talking down a suicide jumper. The jumper goes over, but its all a joke, which causes Robbie to piss his pants. The police receive a report of a potential bomb at the Thameside Exhibition Center. Liz Garvey (Brit Marling) speaks with her… Read more →

Babylon Episode 2 Review

The episode starts with a training exercise, in which Robbie (Adam Deacon) lets the team down. Meanwhile, Liz (Brit Marling) gets high with her ex-boyfriend, Granger (James Lance) and works like a banshee. Next, Commissioner Miller (James Nesbitt) notices a newspaper article, which upsets him. He confronts Liz and insists she get the article retracted. Liz explains her idea of… Read more →

Babylon Review

When the show opens, we’re introduced to the out of control police force of London and police commissioner, Richard Miller (James Nesbitt). We also get to know Liz Garvey (Brit Marling), who is put in charge of improving the reputation of the police force. A sniper is on the loose, but is quickly brought down, yada yada and we’re finally… Read more →