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The second season begins again in a series of criminal cases and practices, where Longworth begins a new investigation into the case of a man beaten to death in a truck stop. Now, Longworth faces a new path when he finds evidence leading to a rehabilitation center there. On the other hand, Carlo is experiencing a new experience with Quincyanera for his daughter and a former colleague who may need to help him solve some things, and Cali and Jeff face a disaster in the absence of Ray.
Matt Passmore carries the mystery/cop series over a few of its storytelling bumps but the program is hit-and-miss overall. Luckily, there are enough solid episodes of "The Glades" to carry the viewer through the escapist season of summer.
One of these two storylines [in "Moonlighting"] was boring as hell and and the other involved a murder, an accidental pregnancy, a bank robbery and a wannabe Danica Patrick. Guess which storyline I liked best?