The Last Ship (2014– )
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Unreal City 

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Chandler and his fractured team join forces with an underground resistance in an attempt to defeat Amy Granderson; Rachael tries to help the sick while remaining a prisoner; Sidney and the crew try to regain control of their ship.



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Doc Rios (as Maximiliano Hernandez)


Chandler after saving his children, meets up with his men who were not on the ship or got away and inform him of what happened--that Granderson's people took over the ship. Chandler says they can't get it back by themselves so he decides to throw a wrench in Granderson's plans. They attack one of her facilities and wreck it. Someone there says he's part of the resistance. He takes them to meet the leader who is planning to attack Avocet, Granderson's base of operations. Nolan upon learning what's going on goes to Avocet and sees that Scott is being held captive. Back on the ship, Grnaderson's people tries to collect all of Scott's material which they need to mass produce the cure. But the one thing they need the primordial was hidden by Quincy and he's been shot. They're ready to do what they have to, to get it. One of the crew who was not caught tries to throw a wrench on their plans. Written by

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21 June 2015 (USA)  »

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After Commander Chandler has taken control of the power plant intake area, just prior to him shutting off the conveyor belt you see a clipboard being held by a gloved hand like someone is still counting inventory. See more »


CO CDR Tom Chandler: I'm Commander Tom Chandler, United States Navy. Our ship made port this morning.
Thorwald: I know who you are. I saw you making nice with Granderson at the pier.
CO CDR Tom Chandler: I don't know you. At this point, I don't trust anyone I meet in this town. But I know Granderson fears and hates you, so I'm operating on the premise that my enemy's enemy can be my friend. If that's the case, we can help each other.
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The army is my family
13 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

Silliness is back in the first episode of the second season of "The Last Ship". "Unreal City" packs in 40 minutes all the over-the-top ideas of the first season and gloats in them while everything develops in an out of proportion manner.

We pick up where we left at the ending of season one, with Chandler having reunited with his family, Dr. Scott having discovered of the shady things they are doing to get rid of everyone 'who is not worth living', and the ship taken over by Granderson's people.

If you thought the show was going to get serious or philosophical, forget about it. We get an amazingly over-the-top take over of the facilities where they are burning the bodies for electricity, where everyone is wearing a machine gun or a shooting gun for the sake of it. Quincy decides to, well, suffer. And we get a conversation between Granderson and her daughter Alisha that only lacks the characters holding big cardboards with "the army is more important than family" written on them.

A little less silly action and a little more brain wouldn't hurt.

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