Things are still tense between Wyatt and Sack when they're called to a shooting, and a gang leader doesn't want the victim taken to the hospital. Alice's mother shows up unexpectedly, and Angela and ...
The advocate for a young Iranian refugee held in detention. Amir Ali claims to be an Iranian student persecuted by the government but the Department of Immigration dispute his identity. ... See full summary »
This show is brutally real. Classifying Wyatt Cole as a "slacker hero" is totally on target; and who better to portray that slacker hero than Tom Everett Scott? The character dynamics are honest. The chemistry between Sack and Wyatt leaves little to be desired...it's perfect! They guys work well together, and seem to add a guttural sense of humor to otherwise dire situations. These guys are strong, physically as well as mentally. They obviously know this job inside and out, thanks in part to some great writing and acting! Tom Everett Scott is such a versatile actor, to see him in such a drama is great! He has a way of bringing the viewer into the show. I have to say I'm falling for his portrayal of Wyatt Cole. Thanks to marathon watching this past weekend, I've gotten completely hooked to this amazing drama!!
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