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Charlie Crews (Character)
from "Life" (2007/I)

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Life: Season 2: Episode 21 -- Season two finale of 'Life' - In the season two finale episode Crews (Damian Lewis) must locate his partner Reese (Sarah Shahi) who has gone missing while on loan to the F.B.I.

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Charlie Crews was once a by-the-book cop. Nice wife... See more »

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  1. "Life"
        - One (2009) TV episode, Played by Damian Lewis
        - Initiative 38 (2009) TV episode, Played by Damian Lewis
        - 5 Quarts (2009) TV episode, Played by Damian Lewis
        - 3 Women (2009) TV episode, Played by Damian Lewis
        - Shelf Life (2009) TV episode, Played by Damian Lewis
          (27 more)

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From "Life: Pilot: Merit Badge (#1.1)" (2007/I)
Charlie Crews: Oh, okay, okay you're mad at me.
Dani Reese: Mad, no I'm not mad. I mean I don't even think there is a word for what I am. I mean what you did to that husband, I kinda get, okay. I mean I guess I kinda get, but what you said to that wife...
Charlie Crews: I know. That one was me. It was my fault, I take responsibility. I wasn't in the moment. If I'd stayed in the moment, if I'd stayed present, I would of been okay, but I didn't. I was thinking about where we're going next. So I left the moment just when I should have been completely in the moment, which is when people usually leave the moment, but the moment is just too much for, which is pretty much always too much. I was thinking about where we're gonna go next.
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