When Sergeant Gabriel wounds an unarmed suspect, Brenda finds herself at odds with the FID Captain - a woman who is as single-minded and as intense as she is - jockeying for position and Gabriel's career.



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Brenda finds herself up against a pretty tough colleague in the form of Capt. Sharon Raydor when Sgt. Gabriel is investigated over a shooting incident. Gabriel was in a bar having a drink with Commander Taylor when they hear gunshots outside. Gabriel doesn't hesitate and rushes outside to find a newspaper vendor shot to death. When he tells a suspect to stop, he hears gunshots and sees flashes and returns fire, critically injuring a young man. Unfortunately for Gabriel, no gun is to be found. Raydor's team is tasked to investigate all shootings involving police officers, and a clash of wills soon develops with Brenda, who not only wants to prove Gabriel innocent but to investigate the news vendor's murder, which she believes may have been racially motivated. Meanwhile, Brenda may have a very hard decision to make about her cat. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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22 June 2009 (USA)  »

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The cat that played 'Kitty' was diagnosed with a serious kidney condition. Rather than replace the cat, it was decided to write the illness into the story. The real cat died shortly after this episode was filmed. See more »


FID Officer Randall: Hey-hey-HEY! What're you doin'?
Louie Provenza: We're headed for the newsstand, pick up a paper, read about the two FID guys who got fired because they disregarded orders from the Pope.
FID Officer Randall: Listen, I'm not gonna...
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Tone, tone, tone. That's no way to talk to a lieutenant, or a deputy chief for that matter. Sir, if you do anything to interfere with my murder investigation, I'll see to it you spend the next month on unpaid leave. Is that understood? Okay, Buzz. Buzz, start filming everything over here, including the ...
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Love this show! Hate the new character!!!
25 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Capt Raydor is the kind of character that could single handedly sink an otherwise popular series. This one dimensional martinet was probably added as a hurdle for the protagonist but they went to far. Who knows if this portrayal was the idea of the writers and producers or the actor. But, no matter this character is painful to watch. And I think is irritating enough to hurt rating for the show. In any organization there are people working against the flow. But not to this extreme. And apparently I don't understand the rank structure of the Los Angles Police Department. It doesn't seem to make sense that a Captain could ignore the wishes of a Deputy Chief as this character does in this episode and the next. I can only hope the producers and writers will kill off this character and find some other way to challenge the regular cast.

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