With McCall at his side, Kostmayer tries to help his brother, a priest, who refuses all assistance after being wounded in a drive-by shooting that kills a parishioner. They soon determine ... See full summary »

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Robert McCall
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Father Nicholas Kostmayer
Caris Corfman ...
Monica
Jaroslav Stremien ...
Stanislav
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Lt. Elmer
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Bishop (as Colin R. Fox)
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Mickey Kostmayer
Avind Harum ...
Casimir (as Eivind Harum)
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Kinski
Igor Panich ...
Jerzy (as I. Julian Panich)
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Stephen
Noberto Kerner ...
Russian Ambassador Sikora
Michael Arkin ...
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Anatoli Davydov ...
Agent One (as Anatoly Davydov)
Adam Oliensis ...
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With McCall at his side, Kostmayer tries to help his brother, a priest, who refuses all assistance after being wounded in a drive-by shooting that kills a parishioner. They soon determine that Father Kostmayer has become privy to a KGB assassination plot revealed through the confession of the murdered man. Written by Mark Cabot Robinson

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Keith Szarabajka and Dennis Christopher, who play brothers in this episode, both share a birthday of December 2, 3 years apart. See more »

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When McCall and Kostmayer are eating spaghetti, at first at wide the wine glasses are empty then at closeup they are full then at wide they are empty again. See more »

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