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Lou 'Lewis' Young (Character)
from "Flashpoint" (2008)

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Flashpoint: Season 4: Episode 18 -- As Toth demands Parker's resignation, a serial arsonist wreaks havoc, sparking a career fireman's misguided campaign to mercy-kill his colleagues.

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Lewis "Lou" Young worked as the less-lethal weapons... See more »
Alternate Names:
Lewis 'Lou' Young / Lewis Young


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  1. "Flashpoint"
        - Coming to You Live (2009) TV episode, Played by Mark Taylor (as Lewis Young)
        - One Wrong Move (2009) TV episode, Played by Mark Taylor (as Lewis Young)
        - Exit Wounds (2009) TV episode, Played by Mark Taylor (as Lewis Young)
        - Last Dance (2009) TV episode, Played by Mark Taylor (as Lewis Young)
        - Perfect Storm (2009) TV episode, Played by Mark Taylor (as Lewis Young)
          (19 more)

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From "Flashpoint: The Fortress (#2.6)" (2009)
Gregory Parker: What's up, Lou?
Lewis Young: Guy's sticking to his story. He's not talking.
Gregory Parker: Really? You know what? That just seems rude to me.
Mears: Rude? Why am I rude?
Gregory Parker: [takes hat off] Because, Mr. Mears, we've just had a homicide here and I'd like to keep other people from getting killed.
[looks down at him then gets in his face]
Gregory Parker: I'd like to keep some kids from getting killed. So how about you find some manners?
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