Southland: Season 1, Episode 3

See the Woman (23 Apr. 2009)

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Ben reveals details of his past and why he chose to be a cop to Cooper. Meanwhile, Dewey's friendship with a burnt-out actor causes a rift in his partnership with Chickie.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Detective Nate Moretta (credit only)
Detective Sammy Bryant (credit only)
Karen Campbell
Dr. Merrill Matthews
Olivia Sherman


Ben reveals details of his past and why he chose to be a cop to Cooper. Meanwhile, Dewey's friendship with a burnt-out actor causes a rift in his partnership with Chickie.

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Cooper and Sherman have just arrested a woman for threatening a film star with a gun on a film lot. They are taking her back to the precinct, when a car pulls out in front of them, colliding with another car. They give chase and the car's registration plate disappears between shots. See more »


Dr. Merrill Matthews: It says here that this is your last session.
[Sherman nods]
Dr. Merrill Matthews: How do you feel about the shooting?
Ofcr. Ben Sherman: ...I'm okay with it... I didn't... enjoy it; it was unavoidable. Some guys, they work twenty years, they never have to shoot anybody... It's - it's weird, how much it means to guys like that... I'm okay with it.
Dr. Merrill Matthews: Good... good.
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This Southland Episode Was the Worst of 3 Seen So Far *
30 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was without doubt the worst of the 3 shows that I've seen so far in the "Southland" series.

What goes wrong here is that the writing was just trying to to show too much in the 45 minutes that the show was on.

Our 2 friendly policemen both confess to each other that their lives as younger men were anything but good. This should have been explored much more in greater detail.

Regina King, who has so much to offer in this show, barely appeared in this episode.

What was going on at that party when a cop is cuffed to the bed? There are plenty of explanations to go around here.

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