Good Behavior is an American Drama TV series created by Blake Crouch for TNT. Letty Dobesh is on parole for good behavior, working at a waitress in a restaurant or cafeteria for a boss idiot when the series begins. At that moment, we have not seen her do anything wrong, but her boss fired her when, in fact, she did not do anything wrong. We soon learned that he is a cheeky thief with sobriety problems. She not only drinks, but also uses drugs. It is also capable of deceiving people. And these are all the reasons why Michelle Dockery shows us that she can act and then others. Not only does he speak with an American accent, he uses more than one type of American accent. Letty, for example, can affect a Southern accent when wearing a wig and pretending to be someone other than herself.
In the course of their stealing hotel rooms while in cahoots with the desk clerk, a man returns to his room with another man. Letty hides behind closet doors with shutters and listens to a plot that involves murder for rent. She does everything possible to prevent the alleged murder victim from being killed – when it comes to a crime, she is unwilling to cross the line between herself and kill other people. In the process of trying to prevent crime, she is discovered by the killer and ends up becoming her involuntary accomplice in another murder. People who do not like “bad” language will not appreciate the language used in Good Behavior. Since it is on a cable channel, they use all the vulgar words found in American English, even though they blank all forms of the word “f” for the soundtrack and subtitles. (It is fairly easy to find out what they have deleted, since they do not blank other “dirty” words, and the context provides everything you need to know that a particular present participle used as an adjective is what is missing, for example.