Shark (2006–2008)
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The Wrath of Khan 

Stark and Devlin butt heads with the Feds over jurisdiction of an arms dealer's case, but with cops dead and hostages, Stark takes matters into his own hands.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Julie Stark (credit only)
Willy Tarver
Ray Harkin
Emilio Perez
Cade Berlinger
Amir Khan
Barbara Seligman
James Weyland


The D.A.'s office is after billionaire Pakistani-U.S. arms dealer Amir Khan, who supplied local gangs, since six months but FBI agent Cade Berlinger will arrest him for the international trade with terrorists if they don't catch him in 24 hours, so frightened informant Emilio Perez, Khan's handyman who wanted out of his deal for theft, is forced in court to respect his probation terms, but is late for the hasty nightly sale setup and missing- Khan just send an innocent student as a diversion. Perez' wife Elena admits their daughter Flora was kidnapped. When Emilio is arrested, he claims LAPD detective Ray Harkin is the corrupt traitor and gives the address, so a SWAT team is send and finds both explosives production and Ray's corps- wired with a time-delayed bomb, then Emilio says Ray's partner Willy Tarver is the kidnapper in Khan's service. After wiring links a C4-deal with extreme racist Jake Foreman, Tarver asked a D.A.'s man to talk to the bomb squad, so he took Casey hostage too... Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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Release Date:

4 January 2007 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Dolby Surround)


Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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terrible episode of a great show
4 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

I am a huge fan of "Shark." This episode, "The Wrath of Khan," is a colossal mess of bad melodrama. One cliché after another. Gimmicks that were old in the 1950s. One clever plot twist surrounded by implausible events. Most of the finale doesn't really even make sense. The rest is physically impossible. A man outruns a bullet.

A (partial) list of clichés: Show starts at the climax and then the entire show is a flashback. Feds interfere and don't care about innocent lives, including series regular. Civilian is allowed to join SWAT team assault and then jumps into fray.

A (partial) list of impossibilities: Fed can stop a double-cross by simply walking across the tarmac and joining Stark, but stands still. Two men exit a car and run a dozen yards after police begin shooting suspect with automatic weapons and before the suspect is hit.

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