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Hey, partner, how is it going, man?
Hey, I've been looking for you. You need to come with me. You've got to help me.
What's the problem?
The problem is you.
[Locks Gus in a jail cell]
And now the problem is fixed.
Open the door.
So what did you tell Harley?
Open the door. If you don't open the door, I'm going to beat you senseless.
What was the plan, go down to the courthouse and slip into the hearing room, and then you're going to shoot him in the head in the alleyway?
We are not talking about ...
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I've often wondered why the writers never think about bringing back Mike. After he left the show, it's as if he never existed. Now I realize the Bauers have less of a role on here now, but I've often wondered about Mike. The character that played him is still around, making commercials.
And, while I'm at it........why ARE the Bauers talked about less and less??? I know Michelle is gone away to make a life with Danny and the two children. Maureen has been dead for a looooong time. Ed is out and about. Rick? Hardly ever see him. Allan Michael is the only "tie" left (Mikes's grandson).
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