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Dead Right 

Hillary asks Frank and Santana for help in a lawsuit involving defective aircraft parts.

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Michael Santana
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Cecil Hoffman ...
Hillary Stein (as Cecil Hoffmann)
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Daniel Benjamin 'Lifeguard' Burroughs
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Winston Chambers III
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Jack Bishop
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Daryl Jenkins (as John Cothran Jr.)
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Paul Beckstead
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Susan Cudahy
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Rachel
Karen Elizabeth Austin ...
Judge Knox
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Axel Whitman
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Jennifer Osborne
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Beverly Stone (as Claire Brown)
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Naval Inspector #1
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Hillary asks Frank and Santana for help in a lawsuit involving defective aircraft parts.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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1990 (USA)  »

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Never broadcast by CBS. See more »

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When Frank reads the inscription on the watch, he says "To Axel, for five years of loyal service. Best, Jack Bishop." The watch shown on the screen says "To Axel, for five years loyal service. Jack Bishop." See more »

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Frank McPike: I've got 14 years in, Paul. That's almost a third of my life. My marriage broke up, my son doesn't know who I... I've given everything to this job.
Frank McPike: So much for my future in undercover work.
Frank McPike: Um, I was never really very much with words. I'm Irish, you see. Well, I don't know, what can I say. I've worked with Mr. Chambers for several weeks... his father's one of the best senators money can buy...
Frank McPike: That I think was called a dog and pony show. You see, you were the pony and I was the dog.
Frank McPike: And lose ...
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