By Joanna Goh
— Toggle (@ToggleSG) October 4, 2016
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Toggle thinks that it’s time to reboot the C.L.I.F. series after four thrilling seasons. Compared to its predecessors, Toggles finds C.L.I.F. 4 muted and pared-down with less action and more talk except for a few nail-biting fight and intense scenes – episodes 14/15’s bus hostage scene and episode 16’s kickass fight between Huang Zhijie (Rui En) and Fang Ruoting (Grace Teo) were singled out.
The breadth of cases covered were thought to be less extensive this season, focusing more on characters hatching and exacting revenge plans and tackling seemingly-mundane love and family problems etc..
Slide 2: The drama has reached its maximum story-telling lifespan for its current set of characters
Slide 3: To give the actors better roles and character developments
Slide 4: To have the perfect excuse to bring back other actors formerly from this franchise
Slide 5: To flesh out a different side of the SPF and showcase more high profile cases
Slide 6: Making a case for having a mole in the police force