The Good Guys (2010)
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Jack becomes suspicious when his ex-partner, now a deputy police chief, frames his "dine and dash" suspect for a murder that he couldn't have possibly committed.

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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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George Jenkins
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Julius Brown
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Samantha
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Jimmy
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Detective Hodges
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Mick Shellhouse
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TV Savage
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TV Stark
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Jack and Dan investigate a simple dine-and-dash at a local restaurant, but things become complicated when Jack's former partner, George Gluck, who is now the assistant chief of the department, shows up after Liz's informant against a mafia kingpin is murdered. With a dirty cop behind the hit, and their lives on the line, everybody must learn that the only way to survive is to stay close to the ones they trust. Written by Fox Publicity

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Action | Comedy

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Last show of the series. See more »

Goofs

In Texas vehicles are required to have both Registration and Inspection stickers on the windshield. (at around 1 min) Liz's windshield only has one of the two stickers in place. In the next scene as the car comes around the corner it now has both of the required stickers on the windshield. See more »

Quotes

Dan Stark: [to Julius, trying to get him to ID a dine-and-dash perp] He's a scumbag, you're a former scumbag.
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References Family Matters (1989) See more »

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Street Fighting Man
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Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
Performed by The Rolling Stones
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