The Shield: Season 1, Episode 4

Dawg Days (2 Apr. 2002)

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A dispute over an up-and-coming singer's success erupts in a gang war that threatens to bring Vic down, too; a case that could help Aceveda's political future sends Dutch and Claudette searching for a missing day laborer.

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A dispute over an up-and-coming singer's success erupts in a gang war that threatens to bring Vic down, too; a case that could help Aceveda's political future sends Dutch and Claudette searching for a missing day laborer.

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The 4th Season 1 episode "Dawg Days" was actually the third to be filmed, and guest director Stephen Gyllenhaal had real trouble establishing the proper look and characterization, only having the pilot episode to go on as a reference point. Gyllenhaal and Michael Chiklis in particular disagreed over how unsympathetically Vic Mackie should be played, with Chiklis' view winning out. The decision was made after this that the writer of the episode would always be on set to assist the director and actors. See more »

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When Julien is talking to Thurmond's mother, she is alternately wearing/not wearing glasses. See more »

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Corrine Mackey: Ah, Matthew thinks he's a dog now.
Detective Vic Mackey: A german sheperd, so what?
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References Judge Judy (1996) See more »

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Written and Performed by Vivian Romero, Ness Bautista, and Rodney Alejandro
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