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White Men Can't Jump to Conclusions 

Ray arrests a young basketball player for a gang-related shooting, but Fraser doubts the player's guilt. Relying on aural memory, they piece together the shooting and begin to suspect that the young man is trying to protect someone else.

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Beau Starr ...
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Elaine Besbriss (credit only)
Camilla Scott ...
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Tyree Cameron
Chauncey B. Raglin-Washington ...
Reggie Stamp
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Himself
Tab Baker ...
Lou Robbins
Alison Sealy-Smith ...
Mrs. Cameron
Lloyd White ...
Neighbour
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Trevor - Thug #1
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Punk #1 (as Mark Taylor)
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Punk #2
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Ray arrests a young basketball player for a gang-related shooting, but Fraser doubts the player's guilt. Relying on aural memory, they piece together the shooting and begin to suspect that the young man is trying to protect someone else.

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5 April 1996 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

Mrs Cameron claims Tyree fell asleep on the subway and woke up in Lake Forest. The furthest north the Chicago subway system goes is Linden Station in Winnetka, 18 miles south of Lake Forest. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Ray Vecchio: This neighbourhood makes yours look like Aster Street.
Fraser: Well, as I recall, this was your recommendation.
Ray Vecchio: Link's the best bindlestitch guy in the world. You got a problem with your footwear, you bring it to Link.
Fraser: I agree. These boots are as good as new. Probably the best $125 I ever parted with.
Ray Vecchio: You know, that's another thing I'll never understand, why anybody would spend $125 to fix up a stinky old pair of Mountie boots.
Fraser: Oh, Ray, Ray, Ray, Ray! Properly moulded boots are a Mountie's...
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Connections

References White Men Can't Jump (1992) See more »

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Peeps
Performed by Cipher
Written by M. Loewi & G. Goldwaithe
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