Tru Calling (2003–2005)
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Meredith is caught in a random drug test at work and is fired. Meanwhile five "John Does" arrive at the morgue from the same pick-up and they all ask Tru for help. Can she find out how and ... See full summary »

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Lindsay Walker
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Meredith Davies
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Gardez (as Benjamin Benitez)
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Luc Johnston (as Matthew Bomer)
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John
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Tara (as Julia Anderson)
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Hat
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Tall Guy
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Catherine Hill
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Meredith is caught in a random drug test at work and is fired. Meanwhile five "John Does" arrive at the morgue from the same pick-up and they all ask Tru for help. Can she find out how and why they were murdered in time to prevent it and find time to help Meredith as well? Meanwhile Luc arrives for a job interview in the hospital. Is romance about to blossom for Tru? Written by Andy B

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Quotes

Harrison Davies: And you're telling me this because.
Tru: Because I need info. And you're much more familiar with this world than I am.
Harrison Davies: Listen Starsky, you're asking me to your Hutch. I'm gonna have to say "Thanks but no thanks."
Tru: [Indicating the door she's about to enter] Strippers, Harr.
Harrison Davies: Okay, I'm in!
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References Jeopardy! (1964) See more »

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Why Can't I
Written by Liz Phair, Lauren Christy, Graham Edwards, and Scott Spock
Performed by Liz Phair
Courtesy of Capitol Records
Under license from EMI Film & Television Music
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