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"Saving Grace" (2007) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 2007 | 2008 | 2009 | 2010


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

23 July 2007
Grace Hanadarko is an alcoholic, chain-smoking, self-hating Oklahoma City police detective on a self-destructive downward spiral. Grace is carrying on an affair with her married detective partner, Ham, and occasionally looks after her 12-year-old nephew Clay, who's mother was killed in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Grace also happens to be an atheist having renounced God following the 1995 bombing, but gets along with most of her co-workers including forensic specialist Rhetta, a deeply religious family woman, but is estranged from the rest of her family including her reverend older brother. But one night, Grace experiences a spiritual awakening upon encountering an enigmatic angel, named Earl, who saves her life in a horrific car crash for a chance to redeem her sinful lifestyle. Grace and her team center on the mysterious disappearance of a 10-year-old girl who may have been a serial kidnapper's latest victim, while Grace also learns that a death-row prison inmate, named Leon Cooley, also has a spiritual connection to Earl.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Bokeem Woodbine ... Leon Cooley

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Gregory Cruz ... Bobby Stillwater (as Gregory Norman Cruz)

Tom Irwin ... Father John Hanadarko

Roger Aaron Brown ... Lt. Percy Yukon

Steve Rankin ... Alvin Green

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman

Andrew Jenkins ... Eddie Austin
Gabrielle Casha ... Annabelle

Brooklynn Proulx ... Maddy (as Brooklyn Proulx)
Bob Dyck ... Auctioneer
Chad Nobert ... Prison Guard
Dean Barrett ... Tim Drew
Kirk Heuser ... News Caster #1
Lane Fraser ... News Caster #2
David Spence ... Weatherman
Harry Taylor ... Chet

Sam Hennings ... Joe Hanadarko (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Bring It On, Earl

30 July 2007
A man is murdered, and Lt. Yukon's brother turns out to be a witness, and Grace wrestles Earl for control of her life.

Season 1, Episode 3: Bless Me, Father, for I Have Sinned

6 August 2007
Grace attempts to bond more with her 11-year-old nephew Clay, and gives him some tips for an upcoming kissing party. A motel manager is murdered, and the motel housekeeper suspected seeks protection in a church, claiming it was self defense. Captain Perry, a old friend of Grace's from her days in Oklahoma City's vice squad, arrives to take the place of the late Lieutenant Yukon in Major Crimes. Grace gets some helpful hints from Pippa-the-prostitute and a moral nut case who videotapes hookers and johns. Meanwhile, Earl sets up a multitude of religious shrines in Grace's house hoping she'll pick out a path that suits her best. Rhetta confides in Grace's brother about her visions of Earl, and shows him the cow with the Jesus face markings on it's side. Perry gives Butch a hard time regarding his University of Texas belt and memorabilia. Also, Grace continues her sordid affair with Ham who decides to break it off and move back home to his wife.

Season 1, Episode 4: Keep Your Damn Wings Off My Nephew

13 August 2007
A 17-year-old devout Christian fundamentalist comes under attack just days before he's scheduled to testify in a murder trial. In order to ensure his safety, Grace allows him to move in with her. But Grace can only handle so much preaching, so she ropes the guys into helping her watch over him. Meanwhile, Grace gets angry when Earl uses the death row inmate, Leon Cooley, and her nephew, Clay, to get her attention.

Season 1, Episode 5: Would You Want Me to Tell You?

20 August 2007
Grace's Aunt Cathy comes to town toting baggage of a different kind, and Grace sets out to prevent her ruining a weekend dedicated to the memory of her father. At work, the team investigates the disappearance of a bronze bull.

Season 1, Episode 6: And You Wonder Why I Lie

27 August 2007
Grace searches for the murderer of a suspected working girl, which is only complicated by her losing a bet with Earl requiring her to tell no lies.

Season 1, Episode 7: Yeehaw, Geepaw

3 September 2007
A burned body buried face down with an owl feather send the team searching for the killer of a veteran, and Grace's grandfather shows signs of dementia.

Season 1, Episode 8: Everything's Got a Shelf Life

10 September 2007
Following a police shootout with a drug dealer's gang that leaves a policeman dead and Grace seriously wounded, she has a near-death experience, and becomes determined to help the team track down the gang responsible. Meanwhile, Leon becomes more conflicted and angry when his ex-wife wants to re-marry and her fiancée wants to legally adopt their teenage son.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Bokeem Woodbine ... Leon Cooley

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Gregory Cruz ... Bobby Stillwater

Tom Irwin ... Father John Hanadarko

Malcolm David Kelley ... Benjamin Cooley

Adina Porter ... Tamara Cooley

Mykel Shannon Jenkins ... Dion 'Bigtime' Reynolds
Shiek Mahmud-Bey ... Nick ) (as Shiek (II)

L. Scott Caldwell ... Dee Reynolds

Troy Winbush ... William Stener

Monnae Michaell ... Doughboy's Mother

Jeris Poindexter ... Pop (as Jeris Lee Poindexter)

S.E. Perry ... Teddy Lomax

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Cleavon McClendon ... Doughboy (as Cleavon McClendon III)
Michael Weathersby ... BigTime's Guy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: A Language of Angels

17 September 2007
The murder of a young woman hits very close to home for Grace, Rhetta attempts to interpret her collection from Earl, and Ham finds Grace in a compromising position.

Season 1, Episode 10: It's Better When I Can See You

10 November 2008
Earl might lose his two charges when Leon announces his intention to convert to Islam, and Grace is trapped in a building damaged by a tornado with more on the way while investigating a bus company involved in the deaths of three children.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Bokeem Woodbine ... Leon Cooley

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Dwayne L. Barnes ... Mr. Boatwright
Mark Harney ... Mr. Carver

Michael Harney ... Jerry Carver

Kevin Jackson ... Leon's Visitor

Jason London ... Randy Matsin
Diana Morgan ... Reporter

Mary Kay Place ... Dorothy Edwina Talbert
Erik Schrody ... Jake (as Erik 'Everlast' Schrody)

Mark L. Taylor ... Henry Silver

Sam Vance ... Prison Guard
Sharon D. Johnson ... CERT Worker (uncredited)

Sonia Laszlo ... Firefighter and Randy Matsin's Ex-Girlfriend (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: This Is Way Too Normal for You

10 December 2007
When a mentally disabled man is shot to death because he was brandishing a wooden gun at a robbery, Grace has to bond with his friend to track down who put the fake gun in the victim's hand.

Season 1, Episode 12: Is There a Scarlet Letter on My Breast?

17 December 2007
A hotshot Los Angeles defense attorney comes to town determined to free his client, and his tactics begin to fracture the team as he exposes deep secrets of each of the members.

Season 1, Episode 13: Taco, Tulips, Duck and Spices

18 December 2007
Grace's family is in town, but her priorities shift when her sister Paige looks to be involved in a murder, and Earl's trinkets are deciphered with life changing results.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Have a Seat, Earl

14 July 2008
Grace's life gets complicated when what's supposed to be an heroic capture turns into an IA investigation; meanwhile, she continues her mission of revenge against Father Murphy, and Earl attempts a lesson in forgiveness.

Season 2, Episode 2: A Survivor Lives Here

21 July 2008
Grace's life is full of missing persons and animals when her dog disappears while walking with Clay, and a friendship formed in the wake of the Murrah bombing is threatened when a young man and his girlfriend vanish.

Season 2, Episode 3: A Little Hometown Love

28 July 2008
When the department's evidence supervisor is murdered in the bar's bathroom while Ham and Grace are there, they must divide their time between finding the murderer and fending off an IA investigation.

Season 2, Episode 4: It's a Fierce, White-Hot, Mighty Love

4 August 2008
Grace and the team pull out all the stops for a missing woman whom Grace has a gut feeling is dead, but the family dynamics complicate the investigation; Clay joins the police department's Explorer program; and Butch deals with the consequences of not calling.

Season 2, Episode 5: Do You Love Him?

11 August 2008
Ham's brother goes missing in Afghanistan and Grace's car turns out to be more valuable than she thought, given the money in the door.

Holly Hunter ... Det. Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Bokeem Woodbine ... Leon Cooley (credit only)

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman (credit only)

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Jack Conley ... Nick Dewey

Obba Babatundé ... Doc (as Obba Babatundé)

Judson Mills ... Ralph 'Rafe' Dewey

Rebecca McFarland ... Jeannie Jenney

Wings Hauser ... Ed Guthrie

Andrew Prine ... Everett Marshall
Barry Switzer ... Himself

Rick Hall ... Nelson

Rodney Rowland ... Morgan Jenney, Jr. (as Rod Rowland)

Michael Rose ... Major Carlson (as Michael Edward Rose)

Marcia Ann Burrs ... Mrs. Will
Kristina Krofft ... Marine Corporal

Season 2, Episode 6: Are You an Indian Princess?

18 August 2008
While Ham deals with his loss, the team tries to lure the father of a burn victim to the hospital. Elsewhere, Bobby is pulled for a special assignment.

Holly Hunter ... Det. Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Det. Butch Ada

Bokeem Woodbine ... Leon Cooley (credit only)

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman (credit only)

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Mark L. Taylor ... Henry Silver

Camillia Sanes Monet ... Marissa Stillwater (as Camillia Sanes)

Robyn Lively ... Darlene Dewey

Hedy Burress ... Jack Fielding's aunt
Camille Saviola ... Burn unit nurse

Kristoffer Ryan Winters ... Scott Fielding (as Kristoffer Winters)

Ryan Carnes ... Joe Nathan

Phil Abrams ... Doctor

Andrew Astor ... Jack Fielding
Elsa Ramon ... Reporter

McKenzie Applegate ... Katie
Arlo Hemphill ... Oklahoma City Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: You Are My Partner

25 August 2008
The team searches for the identity and killer of a young Latina who was dropped at a hospital by a white supremacist, and Ham spins out of control.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Heart of a Cop

2 March 2009
Major Case searches for a serial killer, Grace deals with the chauvinist detective who's attached to the case, both Grace and Ham adjust to new partners, and Earl tries to reach Leon who's moved his execution forward.

Season 2, Episode 9: Do You Believe in Second Chances?

9 March 2009
When Grace's niece is involved with a scavenger party that goes deadly wrong, the team is determined to close the drug route. Earl's job gets harder as both his charges refuse to move forward, and Father John is let into the secret.

Season 2, Episode 10: Take Me Somewhere, Earl

16 March 2009
Major Crime investigates the death of a drug dealer who was thrown from the roof of the apartment building where he lived and dealt. Bobby's cover is blown; Grace begins her own investigation into Abby; and Leon's response to news about his case is unexpected.

Season 2, Episode 11: The Live Ones

23 March 2009
The murder of a young woman introduces Grace to the world of free love and open relationships, Rhetta is surprised by the identity of the new explorer, and Earl tries to reach Leon who's sunk into hopelessness.

Season 2, Episode 12: But There's Clay

30 March 2009
The team investigates a jogger's death with a similar MO to one of Grace's cold cases, and when Doug reveals he's dating he also reveals new personality traits that concern the family.

Season 2, Episode 13: So What's the Purpose of a Platypus?

6 April 2009
Leon can't sleep as his execution date draws nearer, and Grace begins to suspect Maggie when her tales of assaults don't add up.

Season 2, Episode 14: I Believe in Angels

13 April 2009
Rhetta and Grace's shared dream shocks them both and puts them on the trail of an unknown woman, the team tries to determine if an old woman's story of self defense is true, and Leon doubts the strength of his faith.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: We're Already Here

16 June 2009
Grace reaches out to her new charge and stumbles into a terrorist plot, Butch has a secret, and Earl has some sobering words for Grace.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman (credit only)

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Mark L. Taylor ... Henry Silver

Erin Cahill ... Kendra Burke
Owen Beckman ... Travis Wayne

Matt Gerald ... X

Jan Hoag ... Molly

Michelle Page ... Emily

Sean Marquette ... Joe Ricky Dunmore

J. Patrick McCormack ... Pastor Jason Cavanaugh

Monyque Thompson Scott ... Oklahoma City Police Major

Zac Henry ... Jeb Macey (uncredited)

Sean R. Lake ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: She's a Lump

23 June 2009
A court reporter everyone knew and liked is found dead, and when the suspected suicide is declared a murder Grace's undercover role is a little closer to home than she'd like. At the hospital, Earl and Grace try to pull her new charge from her coma. Rhetta faces a heartbreaking decision.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Gregory Cruz ... Bobby Stillwater

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman (credit only)

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Mark L. Taylor ... Henry Silver

Benito Martinez ... Ronnie

David Meunier ... Percy Hendricks

Mary Mara ... Zoe

Kate Vernon ... Ellen Cooper
Joel Bissonnette ... Curtis Marks

Cindy Pickett ... Mrs. Kramer

Maree Cheatham ... Susan
Frank Gallegos ... Ralphie

William Stanford Davis ... Group member at party
Robert Beckler ... Recovery Group Member (uncredited)

Sean R. Lake ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Watch Siggybaby Burn

30 June 2009
When a bomb goes off at Father John's church, the team immediately begins questioning the parishioners, but as attacks continue on Grace's family it begins to seem a little more personal.

Season 3, Episode 4: What Would You Do?

7 July 2009
Grace and the team try to determine if a home invasion robbery that included rape and murder is part of a pattern or a copycat, and Rhetta visits an evil revenge on Ham when his practical joke misfires.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada (credit only)

Bokeem Woodbine ... Leon Cooley (credit only)

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman (credit only)

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Mark L. Taylor ... Henry Silver

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Linda Hall

Brian Poth ... Russell Tupton

Larry Sullivan ... Donald Jacobs

Stacie Rippy ... Casey Dillon (as Stacie Leah Rippy)

F. Murray Abraham ... Matthew
Alvin Ellie ... Linda Halls Boyfriend (uncredited)

Sean R. Lake ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Moooooooo

14 July 2009
Grace's new charge regains consciousness, but communication is a problem, and the team investigates the seemingly unrelated killings of multiple cows and a Hasidic Jew.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Det. Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Mark L. Taylor ... Henry Silver

Benito Martinez ... Ronnie Rodriguez

Camillia Sanes Monet ... Marissa Stillwater (as Camillia Sanes)

Erin Cahill ... Kendra Burke

Ashley Williams ... Amanda Dewey

Mayim Bialik ... Esther Weinstein

Bruce Nozick ... Tovi Edelstein

Martin Spanjers ... Lance Iverson

John Lacy ... Wayne Wilson

Michael Lerner ... Rebbe Jory Quecksilber
David Bar ... Hasidic Man #3

Sean R. Lake ... Detective (uncredited)

Gary Sievers ... Hasidic Jew (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Am I Going to Lose Her?

21 July 2009
As the team investigates a horrific rape, Grace is abducted, splintering the investigation and causing Earl to call in reinforcements.

Season 3, Episode 7: That Was No First Kiss

28 July 2009
Grace manipulates the first name of her new charge out of Earl, Rhetta deals with a betrayal, and Bobby reaches out to a relative during the team's investigation of the murder of a 99-year-old man.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Wes Studi ... Bobby's Dad

Benito Martinez ... Ronnie

John O'Leary ... Victor Eli

Joe Reegan ... Troy Eli

Tamara Braun ... Renee Ellen
Kenneth White ... Hanson 'Big Gil' Gilmore

Nina Siemaszko ... Heather

Christie Lynn Smith ... Stella Holmes

Lisa Tharps ... Talicia Hill

Phillip Gramm ... Derrick Gilmore (uncredited)

Sean R. Lake ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Popcorn

4 August 2009
When Grace's informant tips her to a dead body, the MCU investigates a case that gets stranger with every turn. Rhetta struggles over whether she can trust Ronnie. Johnny tells Grace he insists on meeting Earl.

Season 3, Episode 9: Looks Like a Lesbian Attack to Me

11 August 2009
Father John involves himself in the search for Neely, Butch is unhappy when an ADA returns, and Grace takes an extreme step in order to collar the murderer of a parole officer.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman (credit only)

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Clea DuVall ... Maura Darrell

Tom Irwin ... Father John Hanadarko

Mathew St. Patrick ... Tom Harris

Damien Leake ... Calvin Revo

Karina Logue ... Jillian

Rebecca Wisocky ... Millie Holm

Becky Wahlstrom ... Alison Lambert

Tamara Braun ... Renee

Lorin McCraley ... Oliver Garrison

Larry Cedar ... Mr. Kelsey

Christina Grance ... Dancer

Sean R. Lake ... Detective (uncredited)
Jennifer Lutheran ... Stephanie (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Am I Gonna Die Today?

18 August 2009
Earl distracts Grace from her investigation into a robbery that became a murder, and his insistence that she make a leap of faith may be her last.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater (credit only)

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Benito Martinez ... Ronnie

Erin Cahill ... Kendra Burke

Ashley Williams ... Amanda Dewey

Ernie Lively ... Ham's Dad

Robert Pine ... Dr. Benjamin Putnam

Cory Hardrict ... Dylan Putnam

Rebecca Wisocky ... Millie Holm
Spider Loc ... Marquis Smith (as Curtis 'Spider Loc' Williams)

Jamie Anne Allman ... Gloria Carter

Shashawnee Hall ... Stan

Michael Proctor ... Paul Maxwell

Sean R. Lake ... Detective (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Let's Talk

29 March 2010
In the immediate aftermath of Grace and Neely's survived fall from the top of a building, Grace, now known as "Angel Cop" by the city, decides to have it out with God once and for all. But a mysterious stranger might have something to say about that. Ham struggles with his father over the fact that Ham is now dating his dead brother's widow. And the squad investigates a deadly mauling by a dog.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Gregory Cruz ... Bobby Stillwater

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Tom Irwin ... Father John Hanadarko

Erin Cahill ... Kendra Burke

Ashley Williams ... Amanda Dewey
Gordon MacDonald ... Hut Flanders

Larry Clarke ... Wes Dixon

John Eric Bentley ... Police Dog Trainer

Ernie Lively ... Ham's Dad

Michael Graziadei ... Kaz
Erik Schrody ... Jake (as Erik "Everlast" Schrody)

Jeris Poindexter ... Pop (as Jeris Lee Poindexter)
Carol Rippy ... Keeper of the Books

Jim Haynie ... Dr. Kennedy

China Shavers ... Maya Taylor (as China Jesusita Shavers)

Michael Benyaer ... Hospital Official

Jessica Walter ... Betty Hanadarko

Season 3, Episode 12: Hear the Birds?

5 April 2010
As Grace deals with the aftermath of her dramatic fall from a building with Neely, she also struggles with the impending death of her grandfather, GeePaw. Meanwhile the squad investigates a double homicide involving a water dispute between two ranchers, and Rhetta discovers a secret about her daughter.

Season 3, Episode 13: You Can't Save Them All, Grace

12 April 2010
Grace tries to find out if a childhood friend is really guilty of killing her husband. But the friend isn't interested in Grace's help, which is hard for Grace to accept. The squad investigates the disappearance of a young woman with brain damage. And Grace begins to wonder if Earl has been watching over her since she was a girl.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd (credit only)

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Lily Rabe ... Sarah Cullen

Laura Cerón ... Caroline (as Laura Ceron)

Bug Hall ... Nick, Sarah's boyfriend

Gonzalo Menendez ... U.S. Marshall Patrick Gonzalez

Chad Todhunter ... Trevor Dunker

Gregg Daniel ... Parks and Recreation guy
Ronald William Lawrence ... Luke

Miguel Nájera ... Tribal Chief of Police (as Miguel Najera)

Jessi Mechler ... Young Caroline
Julianna Keller ... Young Grace (as Julianna Kathryn Keller)

Olivia DeLaurentis ... Young Rhetta

Silvia McClure ... Melissa Cullen

Season 3, Episode 14: I Killed Kristin

24 May 2010
A murder case surrounding a young rock band reveals a whole new rebellious side of Grace's nephew, Clay. Drug-addicted Neely moves in next door to Grace, while Earl helps her through detox. Also, Rhetta tries to get her marriage back on track with Ronnie.

Season 3, Episode 15: So Help You God

31 May 2010
Grace is forced to answer for herself and face the judgment of a higher court for her life's deeds. But with Earl on her side, she may have a shot at beating the system.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko (also archive footage)

Leon Rippy ... Earl (also archive footage)

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada (also archive footage)

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater (credit only) (archive footage)

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd (credit only)

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman (also archive footage)

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry (credit only) (archive footage)

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez (also archive footage)

Chris Mulkey ... Doug Norman

Mark L. Taylor ... Henry Silver (credit only) (archive footage)

Mary-Pat Green

Judith Scott

Malcolm David Kelley ... Benjamin Cooley (also archive footage)

Adina Porter ... Tamara Cooley

Brian Gross ... Zack (also archive footage)

Scott Haven ... Bailiff
Michael A. Templeton ... Mourner / Courtroom Attorney (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Loose Men in Tight Jeans

7 June 2010
Grace struggles with the burden being placed on her, especially after the family members of a dead rodeo rider bring his body to Grace's house, hopeful that the "Angel Cop" will be able to find out how he died.

Season 3, Episode 17: You Think I'm Gonna Eat My Gun?

14 June 2010
Grace is consumed with feelings of guilt after a tragic event.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Tom Irwin ... Father John Hanadarko

Jessica Tuck ... Paige Hanadarko

Patrick St. Esprit ... Leo Hanadarko
Gordon MacDonald ... Hut Flanders

Jack Conley ... Nick Dewey
Scott Caudill ... Craig Hoffstodt (as Scott Jesic Caudill)
Jonathan T. Floyd ... Ben / the witness

Michelle Bonilla ... Anna Rose Soto (as Michelle C. Bonilla)

Sam Sako ... Muhammad (as Sam Aylia Sako)

Philip Boyd ... Officer Ignaciuos

Jessica Walter ... Betty Hanadarko

Brian Oblak ... Rookie Cop

Season 3, Episode 18: I Need You to Call Earl

21 June 2010
Grace isolates herself completely from family and friends as she continues to struggle with the aftermath of a tragic event.

Holly Hunter ... Grace Hanadarko

Leon Rippy ... Earl

Kenny Johnson ... Ham Dewey

Bailey Chase ... Butch Ada

Gregory Cruz ... Det. Bobby Stillwater

Yaani King ... Neely Lloyd

Dylan Minnette ... Clay Norman

Lorraine Toussaint ... Kate Perry

Laura San Giacomo ... Rhetta Rodriguez

Michael Rodrick ... Luke Graford

Michelle Bonilla ... Anna Rose Soto (as Michelle C. Bonilla)

Richard Bernard ... El Mariachi

Jullian Dulce Vida ... Juan

Christina Grance ... Officer Lainie Carter
Bryan Keith Ponton ... Detective Olsen

Jesus Ruiz ... Cadillac Man

Andrea Sixtos ... Bianca Menendez

Vanessa Villalovos ... Cadillac Woman

Ashley Williams ... Amanda Dewey

Season 3, Episode 19: I'm Gonna Need a Big Night Light

21 June 2010
After experiencing a major spiritual upheaval, Grace returns to Oklahoma City with a new sense of purpose.

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