The team deals with their loss, and Jonas vows revenge, putting the unit at risk with Washington.

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The team deals with their loss, and Jonas vows revenge, putting the unit at risk with Washington.

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Action | Drama | Thriller | War

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When Williams was with the jungle tribe he had a Cross tattoo on his left pectoral muscle, however when the medical examiner is prepping his body to retrieve the bullet there is no tattoo. See more »

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Kevin Sack: I plan to press disciplinary actions.
Colonel Tom Ryan: And you were up there...
Kevin Sack: Checking his cover story.
Colonel Tom Ryan: And why?
Kevin Sack: To make sure...
Colonel Tom Ryan: To make sure that what, he held his water?
Kevin Sack: That's right.
Colonel Tom Ryan: [pauses a moment] What have you got in your pockets? Empty 'em out.
Kevin Sack: Are you kidding?
Colonel Tom Ryan: No, empty 'em.
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Walk the Fire
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Written by Robert Duncan
This is used as the theme in seasons 3 and 4.
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Easily the best episode thus far in a good series
27 July 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I have watched every episode of The Unit up to this point, and while I have enjoyed this series it hadn't genuinely moved me, until Play 16.

The loss of a brother in arms was illustrated in heartbreaking detail. The reverence with which they handled the body, the solemnity of Gerhardt's vigil, the absolute adherence by his comrades to martial ritual in preparation for the funeral, the brutal reality of the bullet collection, and the sharp echo when Ramirez failed to respond to roll call, are all perfectly crafted moments that bring this show to an entirely new level.

Definitely the jewel of the series.


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