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‘Awake’ Review: “Two Birds”
‘Awake’ puts a bullet in its twelfth episode with “Two Birds” where Britten (Jason Isaacs) finds himself on the trail of Detective Hawkins (Kevin Weisman), learning in both realities just how deep the conspiracy to kill him and his family goes.  There’s only one more week until the season (now co…
‘Awake’ Review: “Say Hello to My Little Friend”
‘Awake’ runs off the road its eleventh episode in “Say Hello to My Little Friend” where Britten (Jason Isaacs) finds himself unable to wake in his son's reality, and plagued by a mysterious hallucination (Kevin Weisman) who isn't much help in solving Britten's latest case.  There's only one more ep…
‘Awake’ Review: “Slack Water”
‘Awake’ dreams up its tenth episode in “Slack Water” where Britten (Jason Isaacs) and Hannah meet with their son's pregnant girlfriend Emma to see how involved they could be, while Britten investigates a robbery that isn't what it seems.  There are only two more episodes until the season (possibly…
‘Awake’ Review: “Game Day”
‘Awake’ dreams up its ninth episode in “Game Day” where Britten (Jason Isaacs) finds himself investigating the divergent results of a football game that caused a murder in one reality, and an arson investigation in the other.  Things are once again looking pretty procedural up until the ending, …
‘Awake’ Review: “Nightswimming”
‘Awake’ stirs up its eighth episode in “Nightswimming” where Britten (Jason Isaacs) finds himself relocating a couple through witness protection, while dealing with his wife Hannah's eagerness to move to Oregon in the other reality. The action is pretty lacking this week, but "Nightswimming&q…
‘Awake’ Review: “Ricky’s Tacos”
‘Awake’ orders up  its seventh episode in “Ricky's Tacos” where Britten (Jason Isaacs) finds himself pushed into an old case that somehow ties into his car accident, while investigating a teen girl's suicide and a body found encased in solid concrete.  The conspiracy aspect of the series might n…
‘Awake’ Review: “That’s Not My Penguin”
‘Awake’ injects us with its sixth episode in “That's Not My Penguin” where Britten (Jason Isaacs) finds himself in a hostage situation in one reality, only to be knocked out and forced to look for clues in the other, all the while confronting his own psychosis.  Yet another strong, contemplative …

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