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Two Days of Blood 

As a deployment policy leads to a double homicide that places Aceveda in the hot seat with potential voters, Vic is forced to help Gilroy avoid being implicated in a hit and run.

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Vic Mackey
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Danni Sofer
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Shane Vendrell
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Holland Wagenbach
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Claudette Wyms
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Karen Mitchell
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Gabo
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Melissa Kramer
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Jojo Rizal
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Gary Parsons
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Reverend Neal Cook
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As a deployment policy leads to a double homicide that places Aceveda in the hot seat with potential voters, Vic is forced to help Gilroy avoid being implicated in a hit and run.

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Curtis 'Lemonhead' Lemansky: Can't we just do what we're supposed to do, then stop?
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Two Days of Blood (#1.12)
15 August 2016 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The beginning of the end of the season. A pretty good episode with some shocking moments that makes one await the actual finale of the season and what it will bring.

What Ben did was just crazy. As well as him killing the witness guy later. And Vic can't do anything as he has done the same with Terry and Ben covered him when it came to this. The scare he gave Vic at the end when it came to his family shows that there will be more to come as Vic won't just let it go and neither will Ben.

The chicken fights story was just sad. I wouldn't care if those animal abusers would be shot. Curtis shows himself as the better one again as he is against it and shows empathy for the chickens. They should make him a bigger character.


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