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There's a Whole Slew of Ladies with Bad Things to Say About the Taliban 

Afghan men hired by one of Erickson's men transport Sanchez in the trunk of a vehicle without AC's knowledge. Jerry Boorman meets with Patty to explain his history with with Erickson and ... See full summary »

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Patty Hewes
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Ellen Parsons
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Howard T. Erickson
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Chris Sanchez
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Anthony Carter
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Bill Herndon
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Dean Gullickson
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Michael Hewes
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Sean Everett
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Detective Victor Huntley
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Bomb Tech
Aref Farraj III ...
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Robert Owen
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Afghan men hired by one of Erickson's men transport Sanchez in the trunk of a vehicle without AC's knowledge. Jerry Boorman meets with Patty to explain his history with with Erickson and the company. Patty and Ellen don't believe him and they decide they need to speak with the boy Jerry is holding captive. Written by Anonymous

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7 September 2011 (USA)  »

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When I Am Through With You
Written by Jason Rabe & Ravi Subramanian
Performed by The VLA
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Another Potential Fiasco Created by Ellen Parsons
17 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Ellen's character really bugs me sometimes (see previous reviews). She wants to get into the big fight and be the heir apparent to Patty Hewes, but as soon as her personal life gets into it, she backs off. Granted, the Chris Sanchez thing is really sad. He doesn't deserve what happens to him, but the guys who are doing this to him have no respect for life and have been responsible for numerous deaths. Boorman is as horrible as they get and Erickson and his hypocrisy are beyond he pale, but Ellen is willing to give it all away. My point is that she should never have gotten involved in the first place, never have set so much in motion (remember she got the CIA guy killed and that French associate of Boorman's). This is a good episode, but it is so frustrating at times.


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