The Big Easy (1996–1997)
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The discovery of a dead drug dealer in the car truck leads to the arrest of an attractive blond, named Grace, who claims that she was framed. Remy thinks that Grace is hiding something ... See full summary »

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Remy McSwain
Eric George ...
Smiley Dupree
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Janine Rebbenack
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C.D. LeBlanc
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Grace Belvedere (as Marla Maples Trump)
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Daryl Laws
Scott N. Stevens ...
Frances Hurley
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Andrea Martell
J. Michael Hunter ...
Chuck Wiler
William McClain ...
Reynard Salcedo
Coco Robicheaux ...
Coco Rimband
Christopher Taulli ...
The Fence
Matthew V. Webb ...
Young Cop
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The discovery of a dead drug dealer in the car truck leads to the arrest of an attractive blond, named Grace, who claims that she was framed. Remy thinks that Grace is hiding something about a romantic connection to a hopeful senatorial nominee whom is being blackmailed by an unseen third party. Remy discovers that by trying to uncover the blackmail scheme involving Grace, the political candidate Francis Hurley, and Grace's boxer older brother may lead to a political scandal the city may not be prepared for. Meanwhile, Smiley becomes angry when Remy cancels their annual fishing trip in order to concentrate on the case, while Janine continues to deal with the unorthodox Remy's handling of the case his way. Written by matt-282

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Crime | Drama

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TV-14
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13 July 1997 (USA)  »

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