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Finding Nimmo 

Denny takes Alan fishing to Nimmo Bay to help him get over his breakup with Tara. Sara and Garrett target the lawyer of Denise's husband, a priest, to settle the divorce. Catherine Piper confesses that she murdered Bernhard.

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Denise Bauer
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Brad Chase
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Paul Lewiston
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Garrett Wells
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Sara Holt
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Shirley Schmidt
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Lori Colson
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Tara Wilson
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Tim Bauer
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Reverend Donald Diddum
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Bernard Ferrion
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Judge Harry Hingham
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Denny takes Alan fishing to Nimmo Bay to help him get over his breakup with Tara. Sara and Garrett target the lawyer of Denise's husband, a priest, to settle the divorce. Catherine Piper confesses that she murdered Bernhard.

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11 October 2005 (USA)  »

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In the episode "Finding Nimmo" there is a reference to William Shatner's career in Star Trek. While resting in the cabin, Alan Shore (James Spader) mentions to Denny (Shatner) that there are parasites called "Cling ons". Denny reacts with a shocked look and says "Did you say Klingons?" There are also other references to Star Trek in other episodes. Some examples being Denny's cell phone and a metal detector making the communicator chirp and Denny saying "What am I supposed to do, beam to Boston everyday?" See more »

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Alan Shore: [Reading a book about sea lice that are threating the salmon population] Oh my God. This book? The Stain Upon the Sea? It's all about these sea lice.
Denny Crane: Interesting.
Alan Shore: They call them cling-ons.
Denny Crane: Did you say Klingons?
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Hail to the Chief
By James Sanderson
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