Detroit 1-8-7 (2010–2011)
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Pharmacy Double/Bullet Train 

Detectives Washington and Fitch investigate a double homicide at a pharmacy. Was it a drug theft gone bad or something else entirely? Meanwhile, Longford and Mahajan try to track down the ... See full summary »

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Detective Vikram Mahajan
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Dr. Abbey Ward
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James Burke
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June Burke
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Pooch
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Marcus Mosier
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Uniformed Cop
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Old Lady Neighbor
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Detectives Washington and Fitch investigate a double homicide at a pharmacy. Was it a drug theft gone bad or something else entirely? Meanwhile, Longford and Mahajan try to track down the killer of an attorney with many enemies. When both cases intersect, the cops are in a race against time to stop the killing spree, culminating in a high-speed pursuit and a perilous standoff, putting the cops in harm's way. Written by ABC Publicity

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Goofs

The suspect used the word "soda" while in the interrogation room. In Detroit, and all of Michigan, the term used for a soft drink is "pop," never "soda." See more »

Quotes

[Looking over the murder board with Washington, where victims' names are in red or black according to their status]
Det. Louis Fitch: Get 'em solved. Make room for the next one. We might be the last assembly line in Detroit.
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Papa Was a Rollin' Stone
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Written by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong
Performed by The Temptations
(Plays as Detectives Longford and Mahajan eat supper)
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The actors themselves don't seem to believe in the stupid script
11 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

Well-shot, in a post-CSI way, but script-wise, this is one of the worst crime series i have seen in the last ten years. Most actors are good (with some exceptions that look like hard cases of horizontal recruitment) but they just don't seem motivated by their implausible lines and "psychology", and by the inanity of the plot which seems written for a 3-year old audience (while wanting to appear sophisticated at the same time, go figure). And the self-righteousness and lack of humor of the show feels horrible. I'd rather watch 3 episodes of Rizzoli and Isles, a series which has only half of those flaws and at least makes me laugh on purpose sometimes, than one episode of Detroit 1-8-7.


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