Memphis Beat (2010– )
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While Dwight and his mom travel to Angola Prison in Louisiana to confront his dad's killer before a parole board hearing, Rice teams up with Whitehead to investigate a fire at a historic Memphis movie theater.

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Dwight Hendricks
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Charlie 'Whitehead' White
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Davey Sutton
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Paula Ann Hendricks
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Reginald Greenback
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Lt. Tanya Rice
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Tim Mason
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Adriana
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Megan Hargrove
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Dave Hargrove
Leanne Cochran ...
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While Dwight and his mom travel to Angola Prison in Louisiana to confront his dad's killer before a parole board hearing, Rice teams up with Whitehead to investigate a fire at a historic Memphis movie theater.

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When Dwight is sitting in prison across from his father's killer, he takes out a wad of cut bills, asks the convict about it, and put the bills on the table. He then tears up the release agreement papers and walks away from the table. He never pockets the money and yet it cannot be seen on the table as Dwight is walking away. See more »

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References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »

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Tying up lose ends
12 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

This episode not only ties up lose ends in Dwight's concerns about his Father and his death it also leaves a little room for the story to unravel just a little more later. It shows a bit more the relationship between Dwight and his Mom. The relationships and trust of other members of the police department are also given room to be tested and see what happens while working together. This episode also gave Memphis Beat a chance to see some of the beautiful sites in New Orleans which is where the show is actually filmed, but doubles as Memphis in close up shots. Usually the story lines cross or become intertwined but this time they were very separate but did not distract or become over powered with the other. This episode not only had the same occasional thread of mentioning Elvis in some way but also one of the main characters this time was an actual member of Elvis' Memphis Mafia that played a role of someone asking forgiveness and it turns out even he might know what he did. It could very well be his way of presenting the same thing to the many Elvis fans that have blamed him for a real death for years. As with everyone I have seen thus far - this is an episode worth watching.


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