The guys stumble onto a vintage American car theft ring, and the thieves may have an inside source in the police department helping them out.

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Mackey
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While investigating a vandalism case, Jack and Dan discover a pattern of stolen vintage cars around the city. Unable to set up a sting operation using a department "bait car," Jack and Dan must go on their own to pursue the elusive car thieves. Written by Fox Publicity

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Action | Comedy

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7 June 2010 (USA)  »

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Steve Valentine's character has the same name - Nigel - as his regular role on "Crossing Jordan." See more »

Goofs

When Julius and Dan use the laptop to track Dan's car, Julius tells Dan to go "30 East to Westmoreland." They appear to be starting in Deep Ellum, on the east side of Downtown. I-30 and Westmoreland Road intersect in West Dallas, so they would need to take 30 West. See more »

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Julius: Man, I've been in this stinking ass trunk I don't know how long. I'm listening to some scary-sounding and English car thieves and I'm thinking, great, I'm about to get killed, and it's not even an American that's gonna kill me.
Dan Stark: What kind of English? Keith Richards English or Elton John English?
Julius: You know what? I didn't stick around long enough to have tea.
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Crazy on You
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Written by Ann Wilson and Nancy Wilson
Performed by Heart
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Light summer fare
13 June 2010 | by (Wilkesboro NC) – See all my reviews

This show isn't great, perhaps not even good, but certainly not the horror the first reviewer characterized. It is decent light summer fare with talented and attractive actors and actresses. Yes,Bradley Whitford plays a Luddite too primordial to believe in this day and age (for someone younger than, say, 90) and hams it up to the nines, but you shouldn't expect him to be Josh Lyman every time out. After all, if Dule Hill can get away playing Stepin Fetchit as Gus Guster on "Psych", then most anything should be acceptable from the "West Wing" crew. In the first two episodes at least, the plots were a little thin, but the women are lovely. If you are looking for substantive intellectual fare, there's always "Nova."


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