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“Whatever Works” starts with the atmospheric, voodoo-like, ritualistic killing of a police officer. This causes tensions to run high and Castillo is as calmly detached as always.
The episode is well-paced, well-scripted and amazingly good to watch. Crockett shows his casualness towards the female of the species, caring only for his beloved Ferrari which has been repossessed by the local authorities to balance the books.
To lighten things up, Martin Ferrero’s Izzy Moreno is back, now accompanied by a new sidekick.
For fans of Duran Duran’s John Taylor, there’s an appearance from the man himself. John Taylor has at least two lines in the script and a performance from The Power Station, playing “Get It On (Bang A Gong)” LIVE with Michael Des Barres replacing Robert Palmer. All good stuff.
On the guest star front, Eartha Kitt plays the mysterious Priestess Chata.
Full marks for this one. It’s action packed, exciting and amusing. 10 out of 10.