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Frisk 'em 

Beach invites NYPD cop, and best-selling author, Lou Friskham-Farino to help the team gather enough evidence to arrest 'Smiler' McCarthy. He brings with him a bag containing $500,000, and a... See full summary »

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Ray Burdis ...
Det. Sgt. Ash
Dominic Anciano ...
Sgt. Dominic de Sade
John Beckett ...
Strings
David Gillespie ...
Det. Insp. Beach
Lou Hirsch ...
Kim Taylforth ...
Kim Finch
David Green ...
ART Officer
Billy Penny ...
ART Officer
William Scully ...
ART Officer
Roy Smiles ...
Roy Leyton
Mark Burdis ...
Mark Kemp
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Gary Barwick
Perry Benson ...
Fiona Spreadborough ...
Fiona Barwick
Hugo Blick ...
'Smiler' McCarthy
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Beach invites NYPD cop, and best-selling author, Lou Friskham-Farino to help the team gather enough evidence to arrest 'Smiler' McCarthy. He brings with him a bag containing $500,000, and a dye that will coat the money and anyone who opens the bag. Unfortunately, Mark Kemp can't resist the temptation to see what half a million dollars looks like, and he, and most of the rest of the team, spend the rest of the episode covered in silver paint! They get information about when McCarthy is to take delivery of a quantity of counterfeit money, and stake out his house. Written by Dave Brown

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Lou Friskham-Farino: [firing his gun in the air] In New York, that's how we get your undivided attention.
Bones: That's why we live here.
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