The Good Guys (2010)
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Dan on the Run 

"Savage & Stark" reunite one more time when Dan turns to his ex-partner after the governor's son they saved 25 years ago is kidnapped again, and Dan is framed for the crime.

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Dan Stark
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A.D.A. Liz Traynor
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Lieutenant Ana Ruiz
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Frank Savage
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Andy Davis
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Commissioner (as Barry Shebaka Henley)
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Cynthia Savage
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Brody
Burton Gilliam ...
Locksmith
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Ex-Governor Davis
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Bartender
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Nicholas Bedard
Charlie Nix ...
Young Andy
Dehvon Ward ...
College Girl
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After the ex-governor's son, who was rescued by Dan and his former partner 25 years ago, is kidnapped by drug dealers, Dan is framed for the crime and forced into hiding. With Dan on the lam, Jack must find the real kidnappers and prove his partner's innocence, while Dan, out of options, must turn to an old partner, the legendary Frank Savage, for help. Written by Fox Publicity

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Action | Comedy

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15 October 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Bradley Whitford and Gary Cole previously starred in The West Wing together as Josh Lyman and Bob Russell respectively. See more »

Goofs

When Jack picks up Savage and Stark from the Elbow Room bar it is raining. From there, they drive to the Cotton Bowl, which is literally 5 minutes away. When they arrive at the Cotton Bowl, the sun is shining and there is no sign of rain whatsoever. See more »

Quotes

Jack Bailey: [Jack reveals he knows what plan "Everest" is] Dan, for better or worse, some of this stuff actually seeps in.
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References Top Gun (1986) See more »

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Bohemian Rhapsody
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Written by Freddie Mercury
Performed by Queen
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