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Buckley's Goat 

Roback convinces Davis to join him in a get rich quick scheme which lands them in serious trouble; Alvarez gets some upsetting news; Roback and Durkin continue their secret affair; Petrocelli finds a new friend in a lost goat.

Director:

Michael Lehmann

Writer:

Roberto Benabib
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Episode credited cast:
Beth Riesgraf ... Sonia Holloway
Cristina Rodlo ... Rosa Alvarez
Gage Golightly ... Grace Durkin
Usman Ally ... Capt. Hazara
Derek Theler ... Sasquatch
Sam Keeley ... Cooper Roback
Nicholas Coombe ... Anthony Petrocelli
Jade Albany Pietrantonio ... Cassola
Omar Maskati ... Qasem
Fahim Fazli ... Warlord
Aaron Glenane ... Chef Colin Gale
Jamal Antar ... Warlords man
Lamont Thompson ... Col. Harlan Austin
Artur ... Khalil
Amber Martinez ... NATO Officer
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Roback convinces Davis to join him in a get rich quick scheme which lands them in serious trouble; Alvarez gets some upsetting news; Roback and Durkin continue their secret affair; Petrocelli finds a new friend in a lost goat.

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Comedy | Drama | War

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Release Date:

15 January 2020 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA

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Garbage
17 January 2020 | by dncorpSee all my reviews

Involved with Afghanistan since 1983 to 1984 as 1979 to 1990 CIA Operation Cyclone. Previously, 1982 to 1983 sent to Iran Iraq Wars as U.S. Army Special Forces Officer.

That location, today's APO AE 09356, was where we routinely massacred the U.S.S.R. Convoys coming thru the Khyber Pass from U.S.S.R. Ally Pakistan's Sea Ports. The other location was the other U.S.S.R. convoy route coming from North Afghanistan thru the mountains, mountain tunnels with hundreds of feet drops on one side and mountain on the other side, the U.S.S.R. convoys had no where to go and got massacred.

Like what the Vietcong, North Vietnamese Army did to Us, after I got Drafted, we did the same to the U.S.S.R. as the U.S. Army's Special Forces Strategic Object, Defeat the U.S.S.R.'s National Will to Maintain the Fight (War At Afghanistan) by Killing as many age 17 to 30 year olds as possible so that their Parents would Demonstrate at the Kremlin and the age 17 to 30 year olds that had not been Conscripted fearing being Conscripted and sent to War At Afghanistan would Violently Protest, Demonstrate, and lots of "Civil Disobedience". as Riots, near Rebellion.

Knowing what I knew after returning September 2001 CIA Operation Neptune Spear, Overthrow the Afghan Taliban of 5 Million Pro U.S.S.R. Afghans and Pro U.S.S.R. Afghan Military, we strongly advised not even creating any U.S. Military Forward Operating Bases (F.O.B.s), Combat Operating Bases (C.O.B.s) anywhere near those Locations (Khyber Pass), and what we later Used and Named Main Supply Route 2 (M.S.R. 2). As the Khyber Pass became a Main Route as Number 5, N5, for the Afghan Taliban, Pakistanis Taliban, etc..to attack Kabul.

After 2001 still involved with Afghanistan, 2005 ended up at APO AE 09354,, with a Task Force Independent of ISAF Commanders McKiernan, McChrystal, Petraeus, (if that tells you how long). Area of Responsibility, Area of Operations, North of Bagram, to Northern Border Afghanistan, from MSR 2 to Border Pakistan.

After the Wackenhut Security of the U.S. Embassy caused an International Incident, everybody was under so much scrutiny from E-1 to O-9 and Civilians, after that, till now, 2020, you could not even fart without everybody knowing, so to attempt ANYTHING as portrayed NOT Going To Happen.

So yes, I have every EARNED right to say Garbage. even as a "comedy".


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