ハンチョウ シリーズ4 [Official Site] | Genre: Detective, Crime Network/Time slot: TBS Mon 8PM | Start Date: 4/11/2011 | 2 hour 1st episode Synopsis: This is a story about the detectives at the Jinnan Police Station in Harajuku, Tokyo.
Azumi Tsuyoshi, head of the Criminal Affairs Department trusts his staff and usually does not interfere with their investigation.
Mukai’s performance as a loud, rude, cigarette-smoking rocker is only slightly believable until he starts yelling out of frustration, that’s when I cringe because it looks so forced and unnatural. I’ve already watched episode 2 and intend to complete the series.[/box] [box type=”info” size=”medium” title=”What are First Bites? Unfortunately, the woman in this case is married and they’re only using each other for sex.
Tsukamoto Takashi and Kawabata Kaname are nice additions to the cast as comic relief. I’ll start off with a little bit of an introduction of the drama, then sprinkle in some commentary and thoughts, then end it with a final thought. comes into contact with one of the detectives and thinks nothing of it until he’s dumped by the woman.
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(Matsushima Nanako), is impressed by him and gives him a job on the spot.
In my opinion, everything goes downhill from that point because the storyline makes no sense to me.
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