The Good Guys (2010)
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Jack and Dan are given a routine case about stolen humidifier, which soon escalates into a case involving drug runners, hired assassins, a plastic surgeon, and a golf bag filled with drug money.

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Eileen
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Dr. Kalfuss
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Pedro
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Romero
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Escalante (as Ramon Franco)
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Simon (as Miguel Garcia)
Deven Modi ...
Felipe
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Esteban
Titos Menchaca ...
Roger
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Storyline

Old-school cop Dan Stark and modern-day detective Jack Bailey expose the big picture of small crime. Pursuing a routine investigation of a stolen humidifier, Jack and Dan are inadvertently thrust into a much larger case involving drug smugglers, hired assassins and a stolen green golf bag. Reminded of the way he busted punks back in the good old days, Dan convinces Jack to go along for the ride, and in their reckless pursuit of justice, the two wind up risking their lives, breaking a flurry of department regulations and reminding their boss, Lieutenant Ana Ruiz, and Jack's ex-girlfriend, Assistant District Attorney Liz Traynor, why these good guys will be spending many more days investigating seemingly minor crimes. Written by Fox Publicity

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Action | Comedy

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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19 May 2010 (USA)  »

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Goofs

Jack tells Eileen that he and Dan are responding to a "Code 58." While the Dallas Police Department did away with radio codes in favor of plain English in 2009, many police officers still use them while talking among themselves, just not on the radio. See more »

Quotes

Dan Stark: Let's go bust some punks.
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I Fought the Law
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Written by Sonny Curtis
Performed by The Clash
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