He and his valiant group are there to keep an eye on some sort of shady dark operations, the points of interest of which are never clarified. They witness some dangerous skullduggery and end up in the focus of the contemptible General Lyons (Dennis Haysbert). Haysbert gets a more balanced part here than he did in Watchtower and, similar to arrangement newcomer Billy Zane, his character even sporadically digs into pretty much sensible supports for his loathsome conduct. This isn’t to imply that exchange is Endgame’s solid point, however Haysbert’s sermons go far toward making the arrangement’s huge awful three-dimensional.
Pursue’s proofreader declines to air his most recent bit of reporting – which, incidentally, would immediately put a stop to the military’s genocidal plans – because or the like of unspecified yet all things considered calamitous Law Suit.