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72 Hours 

Linden wakes up in the hospital psychiatric ward after casino personnel told the hospital she tried to jump off the balcony and resisted their efforts to rescue her. Her dismissal of that ... See full summary »

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Darren Richmond
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Stephen Holder
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Mitch Larsen (credit only)
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Stan Larsen
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Gwen Eaton
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Jamie Wright
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Terry Marek
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Jack Linden (credit only)
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Lt. Erik Carlson
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Rick Felder
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Regi Darnell
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Nicole Jackson
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Amber Ahmed
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Bennet Ahmed
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Linden wakes up in the hospital psychiatric ward after casino personnel told the hospital she tried to jump off the balcony and resisted their efforts to rescue her. Her dismissal of that claim and the fact that she is working on a high profile murder case fall on deaf ears as do Holder's attempts to convince them otherwise. He tries to enlist Reggie's help but in the end has to turn to someone else in Linden's life to get her released. Holder is still investigating the case and is simply ignoring his Lieutenant's orders to stay out of it. Holder learns from a patrolman that one of gangster Janek Kovarsky's men was caught trespassing on the waterfront construction site the night Rosie was killed. He was never charged after being vouched for by the construction manager. It all points to deeply rooted corruption in the Mayor's office. Written by garykmcd

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Written by Richard File and Wendy Fowler
Performed by 'We Fell to Earth'
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Sarah Blows a Chance
22 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Given the fact that Sarah has been placed in a psych unit on a suicide watch for 72 hours, it's not surprising she isn't forthcoming. If she were willing to set aside her anger, she could have gotten some help for what appears to be a mental illness, or, at least, trauma. The Councilman is moving ahead again on his campaign and Gwen reveals a startling thing. Holder has to work to get Sarah out of the hospital and goes to a facility run by Janek, intimidating a worker into some revelations. Terry talks to Stan and tells him that he needs to forgive himself. He begins the process of trying to be something different to his family. He also tries to do a kindness for the teacher who he almost killed and his wife. Even though the guy threatened him if he ever showed up again.


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