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Deliver Us from Evil 

Frank Hackman returns to make life hell for Crockett - in the most devastating way possible.

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Detective Ricardo Tubbs
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Detective Gina Calabrese
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Detective Stan Switek
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Detective Trudy Joplin
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Lieutenant Martin Castillo
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Johnny Blatt (as Don Opper)
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Izzy Moreno
Julie Brams ...
Hackman's Wife
Mary Fanaro ...
Julia Adams
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Caitlin Davies
Alfredo Álvarez Calderón ...
Louis (as Alfredo Alvarez Calderon)
Roy William Cox ...
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John Fasitta ...
Medical Examiner
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Frank Hackman returns to make life hell for Crockett - in the most devastating way possible.

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29 April 1988 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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During the gunfight with Hackman and his men, Tubbs fires his 6 shot revolver at least 9 times without reloading. See more »

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Lazy Bones
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Performed by Hoagy Carmichael
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The return of Caitlin...ugh...but WHAT AN ENDING!!!
27 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

It was a mistake to ever have Crockett get married and this episode features the return of Caitlin, his current wife, who took a couple episodes off doing her L.A. music thing. The series took a serious dip when Crockett got hitched, complete with a ridiculous hair style that was some sort of rock band mullet (that has since been trimmed). So when I saw Caitlin was back I was worried this episode would suck and his hair would start creeping down his back again. However, this episode also features the return of an enemy of Crockett's who's acting is excellent, as it was in his first appearance.

There are nice splashes of style here and there including Sheena Easton's MV singing debut (I was wondering when she was going to) which actually isn't that bad.

Up to half way through, this episode was less than impressive until a dramatic occurrence changes everything. Now you get to see some great acting by Johnson, a couple decent appearances from Thomas and an ending that nobody saw coming, which was one of the best in all of MV.

Not a bad episode. I'm sure you will enjoy it.


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