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Sgt. David Gabriel (Character)
from "The Closer" (2005)

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The Closer: Season 7: Episode 21 -- As Brenda investigates what was seen by a young hustler (GRAHAM PATRICK MARTIN), her obsession with Philip Stroh (BILLY BURKE) threatens not only her career, but also her life.

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David Gabriel / Det. Sgt. David Gabriel


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  1. "The Closer"
        - The Last Word (2012) TV episode, Played by Corey Reynolds (as David Gabriel)
        - Armed Response (2012) TV episode, Played by Corey Reynolds (as David Gabriel)
        - Last Rites (2012) TV episode, Played by Corey Reynolds (as David Gabriel)
        - Drug Fiend (2012) TV episode, Played by Corey Reynolds (as David Gabriel)
        - Fool's Gold (2012) TV episode, Played by Corey Reynolds (as David Gabriel)
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From "The Closer: Drug Fiend (#7.18)" (2012)
[as Dr. Parr explains his circumstance, Brenda's keenly aware how his wording can apply to herself as well]
Dr. Stephen Parr: The system should work as designed but sometimes we have mistakes, awful mistakes, so last night, after observing Miss Lee's asymptomatic responses to the chemo, I went back to my office and looked at my own files from last year.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: What did you find?
Dr. Stephen Parr: What I thought I'd find, a period during which many patients seemed not to properly absorb the chemo. When, instead of improving, people died. I felt errors may have been made, but I was afraid that if I brought attention to the problem, that...
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