Ben Sherman begins to believe all the accolades coming his way, clouding his judgment. Bryant and Moretta try to keep their witness alive. Lydia Adams bonds with a baby found crawling in an intersection.

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Overconfident after near-unanimous praise on his first beat day, Ben jumps in at a shop-mugging only to find he failed to arrange backup or make sure who the victim and robber are. Officer Dewey Dudek celebrates his retirement form active duty, aiming at a Hollywood career. Another retired cop is asked to mind an active colleague's neglected dog. Detective Nate Moretta's potential police recruits program is the only way for detective Sammy Bryant to provide some protection for a rare wiling witness in a fiendish neighborhood. An alleged father suffers third strike after the mother dumps 'their' baby on him. Written by KGF Vissers

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witness | baby | dog | police | punishment | See All (48) »

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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16 April 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The restaurant in the opening scene is the one Tim Roth and Amanda Plummer hold up at the beginning of Pulp Fiction (1994). See more »

Goofs

As Cooper drives away from the convenience store robbery, the type of street they are on changes in just a few seconds although he never turns; at first it is a one-lane residential street, then it is a wider street with businesses, and finally it is a three-lane thoroughfare with tall buildings. See more »

Quotes

Skylar Joel: Hell was that?
Det. Russell Clarke: Bean bag.
Skylar Joel: Please, don't shoot me with that again.
Ofcr. John Cooper: Don't go pullin' knives on cops.
Skylar Joel: I've been shot, I have been stabbed, and that *hurt*, man.
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References The Last House on the Left (2009) See more »

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Born to Be Wild (Easy Rider Version)
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Written by Mars Bonfire
Performed by Steppenwolf
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Day two on the streets
13 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Mozambique' bears a couple of action scenes - all of them with the show's signature intensity - but it's the quiet character moments that really make this interesting. To that end, Regina King's story stands out; and it says something that, with all of the street mayhem, the drama of recovering a wayward infant steals the show from shootouts and chase scenes.

Something that seems odd is the character of Sal, who we've pretty much just met and already we're knee-deep in his extramarital goings-on (we haven't even met his wife yet). On the other hand, it does firmly establish him as a hard-line policeman father within the household. This isn't the last we'll see of him, but it's an odd start.

This is fresh off the pilot and the backstories of major characters are being doled out in highly-controlled pieces. That's the thing with this show; there's no spoon-feeding.

7/10


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