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Mr. Nice Guy 

Dash and Vega combine their efforts to track down a killer who is in a state of heartbreak. Dash also continues to try and get in touch with his siblings.


Greg Beeman


Philip K. Dick (based on the short story by), Max Borenstein (developed for television by) | 2 more credits »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Meagan Good ... Lara Vega
Stark Sands ... Dash
Nick Zano ... Arthur
Daniel London ... Wally the Caretaker
Laura Regan ... Agatha
Li Jun Li ... Akeela
Wilmer Valderrama ... Will Blake
Bradford Anderson ... Harlan Elbert
Ron Melendez ... Tyson Cole
Maureen Sebastian ... Blanca Garcia
Jennifer Cheon Garcia ... Andromeda (as Jennifer Cheon)
Kwesi Ameyaw ... Suit
Warren Abbott ... Male Club Patron #1
Tony Giroux ... Male Club Patron #2
Mia Fiona Kut ... Female Club Patron #1


Dash and Vega combine their efforts to track down a killer who is in a state of heartbreak. Dash also continues to try and get in touch with his siblings.

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Release Date:

28 September 2015 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Arthur's calling card says "Arthur Watson". Watson is Sherlock Holmes' sidekick in the books written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the writer after whom Arthur is named. See more »


In the last scene, when Dash sits down to play chess, you can see that the king and queen of the black pieces are placed on the wrong side of each other, which a even novice chess player would know. See more »


Dash: Rule 8. If you sense desperation, walk away.
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Performed by Kaskade
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"Mr. Nice Guy" Drops Like a Stone to The Vacuum"
8 April 2016 | by pipecaxSee all my reviews

And continues this Monday, Fox's adaption 'Minority Report' comes with invariable performances and extremely ridiculous plots, and to sample this results in audience visualizations.

The previous week, the pilot episode tried to surprise us by introducing elements of the original tape, good lucky for the film fans who wanted to see the series and good luck for new viewers because it presented the story correctly, the hassle here is the exaggeration of that element in this episode. "Mr. Nice Guy" opening served as a refresher for viewers who missed the pilot, but beyond 20 minutes after initial introduction becomes tiresome and repetitive.

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One vision is generated in the head of Dash (remember, he only can see flashbacks that will happen), one murder. After befriending Vega, he should tell her what he had seen, investigate who will be the victim, and stop the murder to continue with the show.

In the pilot, they had to externalize a superb friendship between the two protagonists, since this would serve as a basis for identification audience-series the rest of the season. Quite the contrary, the last episode show the relationship entirely cliché among these, losing the strong point of the duo. Dash is the martyr who refuses to catch the murderer because he is not a policeman, Vega begs him to finally convince him, she doesn't want to reveal is working with a precog, they must convince Arthur to work with them, we have saved to the world, I have another vision, most clichés come then.

Wilmer Valderrama as Lt. Will Blake plays the role of the FBI. He is not of great help pushing the whole episode to Vega, making us think that later you will have something for her. Along with the abysmal picture and the sad soundtrack it's the corny and paralytic screenplay written for the characters than for more than that you avoid clichés in some way will leave others, emphasizing Dash-Vega relationship, nothing romantic.

I decided to not look at the internal details of the series and choose to entertain me by a strong point of the show: its action. Delight me seeing all the shootings, chases and falls that gives us the episode. I was also instilling in my the Holy Trinity of the series: Agatha, Dash and Arthur, obviously, will serve to twist the plot even more not power. These two elements keep it on the surface.

Given visionary vision posed to us by the pilot, "Mr. Nice Guy" decreased disproportionately. Instead of studying and developing the context of ten episodes, relies on over stretching the pilot components, focusing on characters and situations clichés and giving acceptable action sequences.

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