King & Maxwell (2013– )

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When Agent Carter is suspended for hitting another police officer, King and Maxwell go onto the case to see if he was set-up by someone inside the government. But who would have the means to frame Carter and what could be the motive?



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Episode credited cast:
FBI Agent Darius Carter
Congressman Oliver Dawson
Agent Steve Gibson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ray Palermo
Hank Barnes (as Mike Coleman)
Doyle Ross
Niamh Dillon ...
Eliza Perkins
Kuljeet Kaila ...
Carl Stone


King and Maxwell offer their services to FBI Special Agent Darius Carter after they learn he's been suspended for striking a police officer during a routine traffic stop. Carter says he showed the cops his badge and but they were completely uninterested. They told him to get out of the car and one thing led to another. Maxwell quickly finds evidence that Carter was set up and that the cops were likely paid to do it. King concludes that it has to be related to one of the cases he was working on. When one of Carter's informants is killed, it leads to a drug cartel and a U.S. Congressman. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama


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24 June 2013 (USA)  »

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