A down-on-his-luck former poker champ, forced to now work as a bookie's collector, shoots and kills a man who owes money, but the gun was supposed to be filled with blanks. Who is responsible for the incident, and why?

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Josh Snow
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Angela
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Lou Cardinale
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Kip McGonagle
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Frankie Martin
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Deshawn Warner
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Hartley
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A down-on-his-luck former poker champ, forced to now work as a bookie's collector, shoots and kills a man who owes money, but the gun was supposed to be filled with blanks. Who is responsible for the incident, and why?

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It was probably about royalties.
6 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The first episode to feature this character, "Cruise to nowhere", was written by Warren Leight. "All in", was written by Pamela J. Wechsler, Antoinette Stella and Walon Green. The most likely reason for the changes concern royalties. As the creator of the character, Joey Frost, Mr. Leight is entitled to a royalty for all subsequent uses of the character as well as any other original creations from his work. These royalties are due not once but every time the episodes air. By changing the character's name and by hiring a different actor the producers and other financial powers that be avoid having to pay those royalties. Technically it is a different character.


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