The Glades 4 Seasons 2012

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3. Longworth's Anatomy TV-14 CC

While Jim helps Callie settle into her new apartment in Atlanta, Carlos performs a guest autopsy for Daniel's forensics class at Tampa Tech.

Starring:
Matt Passmore, Kiele Sanchez
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
June 17, 2012

Available in HD on supported devices.

Longworth's Anatomy

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Season 3
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Genres Drama, Action, Mystery
Director Randall Zisk
Starring Matt Passmore, Kiele Sanchez
Supporting actors Carlos Gómez, Uriah Shelton, Michelle Hurd, Jordan Wall, Taylor Cole, Johnathan McClain, Sara Fletcher, Jesse Head, Kayla Mae Maloney, Aaron M. Abelto, Andrew Baijnath, Van Banoovong, Lorraine Caporaso, Mariam Devash, Eduardo M. Freyre, Bridget Guston, Nastasshia Hurtado, Susan Pages
Season year 2012
Network FOX
Executive Producer Wendy Battles
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Hoping Season 4 will be prime so I can watch it.
Ms612
The characters, plot lines and actors are all really good.
lvw
Good story lines, interesting characters, bit of humor.
Kurt

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By DigitalPommie on October 4, 2013
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Spoilers alert. Series four, A&E for some reason canceled this amazing series with a cliff hanger that will NEVER be answered. Series four ended with Jim gravely injured and then we find out the writers and staff were fired that day and there is not a series five and so I would caution people about buying this and season four as it is ended with no finesse. Bad form A&E.But if you can ignore the terrible ending this series is well worth it. The acting is great and the cases he solves are interesting. The love angle is a bit bleh but I promise in season four it fixes itself.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Claire F. Long on August 9, 2013
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I'm hearing-impaired and can't believe there are no subtitles on the Season 3 DVD. They should be on everything anymore. They were on Season 1 & Season 2, so why not this Season? In addition, all the inside packaging was broken up. Having been on vacation, etc., I was late opening this and have missed the return deadline. A total waste of my money. NOT happy about any of this.
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I love the Series. I would recommend this series to anyone with two connected brain-cells and a sense of humor. It's really good and not just an escape from all of the "reality" garbage that now inhabit the networks.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 30, 2013
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Looks like another good show has been dumped by its respective cable network so they can inundate us with yet more crappy reality shows. It is a dirty rotten shame that the American viewing public has to contend with the trash being put forth these days since it appears the writers and producers are too stupid to come up with anything except reality shows for brain dead folks or T&A or blended suck face or worse sex shows. There are a few exceptions but the trash far outweighs the good.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Richard Stein on June 23, 2013
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If every episode of The Glades wasn't cut from the same cookie cutter this cute show could be much better, but unfortunately you know exactly what you are going to get before the show starts and i do mean exactly.

Body is found. They get a clue. Each suspect points them to another suspect. When the show has about eight minutes to go, like musical chairs, they get a clue that leads them to a penultimate suspect --- but wait, they interpreted the clue wrong but fortunately their suspect points them in the right direction allowing them to make an arrest and give Jim and Callie two minutes for sweet talk.

Nonetheless, despite its predictability and the fact that the banter is not on the level of many other comedy dramas, I like the characters and find it the show almost addictively soothing.

This is not a show to watch to try and solve the mystery its a comedy - sort of. Mind candy, really.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Kohout Jr. on September 30, 2012
MINOR SPOILERS:

With Callie now in Atlanta, the whole Jim/Callie dynamic is borderline annoying. The cases are still interesting, as is Jim's repartee with Carlos and Daniel. One reality check is in nearly every episode Jim verbally accuses 2-3 innoncent parties of being guilty where in the "real world" it would be construed as harassment.

Welcome Taylor Cole (Jennifer) who joins the show as a Supervisor sent in to evaluate Jim's success rate while coming up with solutions to make his cases more trial-able. Jennifer is a raven haired beauty that is smoldering hot and has a knack for wearing heels and short skirts even in the most inappropriate of places. Since IMHO, the show itself is not any better than the previous season, I have to believe that the additional +-100k viewers per episodes are all her!

Maybe it is an optical illusion, though I swear that Callie was filmed this year at odd angles, which is generally a sign of pregnancy or weight gain? Then again, will all due respect to Kiele Sanchez (AKA Callie), there are solid reasons why you rarely see her in the same frame as Taylor Cole!

Without giving away the ending and under the guise of full disclosure, I may have removed 1/2 star from my rating for the simple reason that Jim took a pass on an impassioned plea by Taylor Cole when she essentially offered herself up!

In sum, an entertaining show that may have lost a step in season 3, I can only hope that Ms. Cole reappears in Season 4 or I don't know if I will be compelled to tune in.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Savvy Skeptic on July 7, 2013
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First I'll say that I've really liked this series so far. The first two seasons were intertaining, and the casual Jim character is refreshing after all the hardcore bad-a$$ types you see on other cop shows. He's laid back, funny, irreverent, relatable (no slicked-back, suit-wearing GQ model types here.) Possible semi-spoilers may follow.

Season 3, however...I'm a little let down. Most annoying for me is a copious amount of cheesy product placement that they actually write into the script. Some episodes are like watching REALLLLLY long commercials. Kia vehicles are prominently in the spotlight, and shamelessly hawked in the dialogue. A main character and her son are unloading stuff from the back of an SUV when he remarks, "Wow I can't believe it all fit." She responds, "Yeah, with my new Optima it was just a matter of moving the convenient 3rd row seat..." Seriously. Several other episodes bring more of the same: While talking on the phone, "Oh that's nobody, just the satellite radio in my Kia" or trying to cheer up a sulky son, "Jeff we have like 300 stations now, or you can listen to your MP3's--even watch a DVD!" as the camera zooms in on the Kia logo. A whole scene is filmed with the boss-lady cop driving and pulling into a dark, deserted parking lot. You wait for the bad guy to show up at her driver's side window or jump her when she gets out, but no...the entire scene is there so you can watch the side view mirrors fold themselves up against the side of the vehicle when the car cuts off. Another close-up of the logo, the scene abruptly cuts, and it's back to the actual story line. This is all through the season: cars, Reese's Pieces, Red Bull, Mt. Dew, you name it.
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