We ended on high stakes at the end of the last episode. Sung-doo’s life is on the line with all the stupid things he has done. Do-chan has gotten to the makeshift jailcell, but it is basically surrounded by thugs that are about to beat SD to a pulp. DC wasn’t expecting that though and is left stunned as he turns the corner and sees all the thugs looking at him.
We left off with the diplomat breaking out of jail with the help of Dong-chan’s swindling team. He led the team to the thug from Hongdae who is running for local office. But the thug pretends like he doesn’t know him (he actually doesn’t know what is going on) and hangs up the phone. However, this leads Do-chan to mistakenly thinking that the big thug from Hongdae is Brown Bear.
I’m looking forward to whatever excitement this episode brings. At the end of the last episode, DC and team were able to find all the drugs that were hidden in the statues. I’m not sure how that will affect the President. Perhaps he will get away unscathed? Or maybe he will give our team more authority to find all the baddies? Whatever the case, I love that the good guys are always able to one up the bad guys in this show! It just makes me so happy inside.
That ending scene was hilarious. Now I am just going to assume that our swindlers will get out of basically any situation that can be planned for. I just want to know when and how he got that fake lightning bolt scar put on him. Did he do that in the bathroom as well?
Switch is high octane colorful fun, like a burst of skittles. It is a very different from most of the shows out right now which is a nice change. It is a difficult one to live recap though, because they switch scenes often and fast, but we’re handling it! I’ll just use this as good practice for Suits which airs at the end of the month.
I loved the first episode of Switch. It was just straight up fun with no strings attached. The pace was go go go, but it still allowed moments of rest to kind of mentally catch up with what is going on (so much thievery!). We are dealing with swindlers here, y’all, and there was a lot of fun swindling to be had in the first episode. Hopefully this one keeps it up!
I’m excited to see what Switch: Change the World has to offer. I haven’t heard too much about it other than one person is playing two roles of a swindler and a lawyer. Really, I’m just happy that it isn’t another melo. In fact, I think this is the only action show out right now, so hopefully it will bring something fresh to Dramaland.