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Sgt. Gregory Parker (Character)
from "Flashpoint" (2008)

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Biography:
Gregory "Greg" Parker works as an intelligence gatherer... See more »
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Gregory Parker

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  1. "Flashpoint"
        - Keep the Peace: Part 2 (2012) TV episode, Played by Enrico Colantoni
        - Keep the Peace: Part 1 (2012) TV episode, Played by Enrico Colantoni
        - Fit for Duty (2012) TV episode, Played by Enrico Colantoni
        - A World of Their Own (2012) TV episode, Played by Enrico Colantoni
        - Lawmen (2012) TV episode, Played by Enrico Colantoni
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From "Flashpoint: Severed Ties (#3.2)" (2010)
Maggie Perrello: I can take care of her!
Gregory Parker: No, you need to let them go - her and Riley.
Maggie Perrello: I just got them back. I'm not going to lose them again.
Gregory Parker: No, you never got them back. You took them from their families.
Maggie Perrello: I'm their family!
Gregory Parker: [harsly] Not anymore. You lost that chance with the choices you made.
Maggie Perrello: I'm a different person now.
Gregory Parker: See, you're still thinking about what you want, not what's best for them!
Ed Lane: Greg, easy, easy.
Gregory Parker: [more gently] I know what it's like to lose your kids. To not be a part of their lives. I haven't... been allowed to see my son for ten years. And the hardest part is to accept the fact that they're doing okay without you.
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