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A Big Crash on 'Mercy' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted May 13th 2010 1:45AM
A Big Crash on 'Mercy'On 'Mercy' (Wed., 9PM ET on NBC), a woman tries to help some kids -- and finds herself in a world of trouble.

[Spoiler alert.]

Veronica (Taylor Schilling) is just minding her own business when she hears a cry for help coming from an abandoned house. Inside the building, she discovers two young boys, one of whom has broken his kneecap after falling through a crawlspace. "So you guys come here to smoke and look at dirty magazines?" she says to them. " ... I hope it was worth it."

Luckily, Veronica is a nurse, and is able to take charge of the situation. She's leading the children out of the house, and everything seems to be okay -- and that's when the floor collapses.

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Bonnie Jennings

PLEASE do NOT CANCEL "Mercy" !! I Love this SHOW why is it after we get attatched to the show then it is announced that it will be cancelled?? MERCY Rocks!!!! please give that show another CHANCE and One more season and see what happens???? Please do not take Mercy away like you did with "Jericho" Keep "Mercy" alive!!!

May 17 2010 at 10:42 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
steph

i dont understand why they get us used to a show then poof they pull it. why not give a show a chance? this show was fun and down to earth. the everyday group with real life issues that people can relate to.

they cancelled law and order after a bizllion years because they put too much crap on with it,spin offs. svu is awesome to and most the law and order shows were good i think it was some of the new actors they got that werent grabbin us like the old ones did. this a casting issue not a show thats needs pulled issue..
lmao i think more and more of us will stop watching these shows period in favor of series who stick it out or movies.

thanks for not giving mercy a chance...

bayz

May 17 2010 at 3:50 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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