Big Shots (2007–2008)
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Zack goes missing after killing Terrance and the police question Duncan over a taped conversation Zack had with him in Bellevue. Lisbeth assumes control over Reveal after Terrance leaves ... See full summary »

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James Walker
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Brody Johns
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Karl Mixworthy
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Lisbeth Hill
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Marla
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Cameron Collinsworth (credit only)
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Wendy Mixworthy
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Katie Graham
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Duncan Collinsworth
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Janelle Johns
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Det. Winters
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Bartender
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Tammy Decker
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Zack goes missing after killing Terrance and the police question Duncan over a taped conversation Zack had with him in Bellevue. Lisbeth assumes control over Reveal after Terrance leaves her his shares but Terrance's sister and Duncan's ex Victoria tells both of them she will be contesting the will. Janelle finds out about Brody's apartment and insists on being part of his other life. Katie and James decide they'd be better being a couple than not. Elsewhere, Marla and Karl tell Wendy that they had an affair and she kicks both of them out. They go to extreme lengths to win her back and eventually succeed. She then tells Karl that she is also pregnant. Duncan receives a copy of an article on Terrance's death from Zack with a note asking "Are you proud of me now, Dad?" Written by Anonymous

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24 January 2008 (USA)  »

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Love is the Name of the Game
(Uncredited)
Written by Joe Lervold
Performed by The Joel Evans Big Band, Patrick Tuzzolino, vocal
Courtesy of Position Music
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