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Sheriff Jimmy Brock (Character)
from "Picket Fences" (1992)

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  1. "Picket Fences"
        - Liver Let Die (1996) TV episode, Played by Tom Skerritt
        - To Forgive Is Divine (1996) TV episode, Played by Tom Skerritt
        - Forget Selma (1996) TV episode, Played by Tom Skerritt
        - Winner Takes All (1996) TV episode, Played by Tom Skerritt
        - Three Weddings and a Meltdown (1996) TV episode, Played by Tom Skerritt
          (83 more)

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From "Picket Fences: Changing of the Guard (#3.17)" (1995)
Sheriff Jimmy Brock: When I came to this town, the biggest crime problem was jay walking. Now it's murder. And this department, routinely, botches investigations, mis-handles evidence, and the bad guys GO FREE! Things are changing today. We will begin a physical fitness regiment. We will have new standards. Anybody not measuring up to those standards will be broomed out. Anyone. This department is in it far too s...
[looks over at Laurie Bey in a trooper's hat]
Sheriff Jimmy Brock: What are you doing here?
Laurie Bey: At your service, sir.
Sheriff Jimmy Brock: [Jimmy takes off Laurie's hat] Dismissed. Go.
Laurie Bey: [Laurie grabs hat back] That's mine.
[Laurie walks across the squad room and everybody watches]
Sheriff Jimmy Brock: Eyes front.
[Everybody faces forward]
Sheriff Jimmy Brock: Fun time's over. There's a new sheriff in town. And it's me.
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