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Jack Bailey (Character)
from "The Good Guys" (2010)

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  1. "The Good Guys"
        - Partners (2010) TV episode, Played by Colin Hanks
        - Cop Killer (2010) TV episode, Played by Colin Hanks
        - Supercops (2010) TV episode, Played by Colin Hanks
        - The Getaway (2010) TV episode, Played by Colin Hanks
        - Silence of the Dan (2010) TV episode, Played by Colin Hanks
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From "The Good Guys: Broken Door Theory (#1.3)" (2010)
Dan Stark: Your ex-girlfriend is setting you up with her friend? I can see where this is going?
Jack Bailey: Oh, yeah? Where's that exactly?
Dan Stark: Straight to the hot tub. You, Liz and her friend.
Jack Bailey: Yeah, I don't think that's ever going to happen.
Dan Stark: Well, don't be so sure about that. I ever tell you about the time that me and Frank saved a bunch of NBA cheerleaders from a burning car?
Jack Bailey: Yes, and you diagrammed it for me on a bar napkin, twice. Listen, can we just do some work?
Dan Stark: Yeah, what do we got?
Jack Bailey: Code 14B, East Dallas. Burglary of a coin-operated device. We're literally going after a candy burglar.
Dan Stark: It's the broken-door theory. They were talking about it on this cop show I was watching. The one with the, uh, the leprechaun who never takes his sunglasses off.
Jack Bailey: No, I think you mean the broken-window theory.
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