As a new, no-nonsense captain takes over, Ben has a moment of weakness during an especially trying shift, while Lydia and her new partner suspect that a convenience store homicide was a revenge murder.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Captain Joel Rucker
Darrell Miller
Officer Anawalt
Officer Jones
Ms. Miller
Woman Harboring Fugitive
Julian C.R. Brentley ...


Tang and Cooper's past physical problems are put to the test when they are attacked by a perp on the street. Lydia and Ruben investigate a convenience store murder, and Lydia uses her typical compassionate charm to collect facts on her suspect from an unassuming grandmother. Ben and Sammy ride with another officer who is prone to small mistakes. And Joel Rucker takes over as the new captain. Written by TNT Publicity

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Crime | Drama | Thriller





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24 January 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Marla Gibbs, who played Ms. "Grandma" Miller in the episode entitled "Underwater" (24 Jan. 2012), starred in 80s TV sitcom "227," also starring Regina King, who plays Detective Lydia Adams. When Ms. Miller first sees Detective Adams at her door, Miller calls her "Brenda," which was the name of King's character on "227." See more »


References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »


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It's good but it could have been better
11 February 2014 | by (El Salvador) – See all my reviews

I have only watched two episodes of this show and I enjoyed it. There was something familiar about it. I knew what it was when the credits rolled and I saw Christopher Chulack and John Wells names. It does have a similar vibe as the outstanding "Third Watch" that they also produced, but I don't know if it has to do with the lack of Edward Allen Bernero or maybe because there were less network executives involved but something is missing. Let's acknowledge that for example an outsider opinion could have improved the netflix's season of "Arrested Development" and I think something similar might have happened here. There is action. It draws you in...but we don't really get the chance to connect with the characters' stories, we only see them going from one fire to another, all of them happening in a surreal time frame, which makes the good, exciting, meaningless fun that we can all enjoy. I just think that something more could have come up from all of this.

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