Okay, well, if this show hasn't already jumped the shark, several rows of teeth are nipping at its heels with this episode. The team is hired to protect a family threatened by computer hackers. Unfortunately, it's Christmastime (ooohh) and the family lives in Suburbia (Hell on Earth) and they all lead lives like 11th-tier AMERICAN BEAUTY knockoffs (oooohhhh boooyyyy). How will our fish out of water fare? With groan-inducing dialogue and situations, and saccharine messages far afield from the dark soul-searching the show began with, this feels much more NCIS than the HUMAN TARGET I fell in love with. Not to mention the shootout at the mall (really?) that ends in a non-ending as the bad guys are defeated, but not, as far as I can tell, caught, which doesn't really seem to solve anything, but the episode needs to end anyway.
Don't worry, I won't be bothering you with this show any more. Instead, I'll be eagerly awaiting the February premieres of JUSTIFIED and THE CHICAGO CODE.