Roman Nevikov kidnaps Dani Reese and contacts Charlie with his ransom demand: he want Charlie to bring him Mickey Rayborn. With the LAPD brass looking for Charlie as well, he's not spending much time...
Crews and Reese investigate a shooting during a family dispute and discover that the couple was also running a marijuana grow-op in their apartment. What they can't find however is the gun the woman ...
Brilliant LAPD detective Charlie Crews has survived the extreme abuse befalling an innocent cop in prison, and was exonerated for the murders and released after 12 years of hell in jail. He could retire on his settlement, but chooses to resume police work. Nevertheless, the grim experience has made him more philosophical and tempted to put justice - especially for the innocent - above chasing the presumably guilty and legally by-the-book, as his new partner Dani Reese must experience and learn to cope with. Written by
When they have their weapons drawn, Reese follows the correct procedure and doesn't have her finger on the trigger, while Crews always has his finger on the trigger. A small detail to indicate that Crews doesn't play by the rules. See more »
As a cop all you have is other cops. But we all walked away.
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This show is great from the storyline to the character strength. The plot on each episode is enough to keep you on the edge of your seat and the characters each bring a mysterious yet powerful presence to each scene. Specifically Sarah Shahi I absolutely love her in the L word not only because she is absolutely beautiful but there is more to be said about her acting skills. She convinced me then she was a hot Latina lesbian and she convinces me now as a detective with an edgy yet dark past.
She holds her own when in scenes with other men and makes me like her that much more as an actress and as one of the few minority actresses on screen.
Thanks for your hard work and dedication-
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