A biker who falls off a balcony was an undercover A.T.F. agent. The gang he infiltrated may be running "corner-shot" guns designed for urban warfare, and another agent who also infiltrated the group may hold the key to the case.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Suzanne McCarthy
Rick 'V-Ray' Groves
Angela Downey


Billy Gault falls from his apartment building on 38th St. to his death unto a marquis, but was shot. Calleigh Duquesne's car is brutally run into the Everglades by a mysterious black car, presumably to prevent her bringing in the evidence, but a surviving note in his wallet shows he belonged to the Crypt Kings, a secretive macho Harley bikers gang, which points to the rival Iron Reepers. They were infiltrated since two years by ATF agent Jake Berkeley, 'Billy Gault' was his colleague Ken McCarthy's undercover alias. Gang leader Hawk Reed's intimidated girlfriend Angela Downey drove the black assault car. The shooter must have been hiding in the adjacent park and used military top-tech 'corner shots', but left a half-eaten apple, with a printer from Ken's jealous widow, who has a record. Jake and Ken were rivaling within the ATF. The Crypt Kings were involved in the trade in stolen Israeli tactical arms. The murder weapon was a registered Glock, but... Written by KGF Vissers

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25 September 2006 (USA)  »

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| (Dolby 5.1)


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1.33 : 1
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You Can Always Learn Things Watching This Show
2 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's a decent episode, nothing spectacular except for the stylish visuals, but it is definitely recommended. You can always learn things, too, like how to take a fingerprint off a half- eaten apple!

The hour begins with a guy who is in some biker group and he falls dead to the sidewalk from somewhere above, but the real dramatic part comes right after that when Calleigh is taking the back roads back to work with evidence from that case. Someone in a black Hummer runs her vehicle off the road and plunges her and her auto into an adjacent canal. Calleigh escapes from the submerged vehicle but the evidence she collected at the crime scene is almost all compromised.....almost all.

The story has the usual twists and turns with many suspects, both bikers and undercover agents, girlfriends, wives, you name it.

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