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Ashes Denote That Fire Was 

The greater Copper family - uptown and Five Points alike - gather around Detective Kevin Corcoran, who is reeling from a shocking loss. In a quest to cure on a grander scale, Freeman steps ... See full summary »

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Detective Kevin Corcoran
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Robert Morehouse
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Elizabeth Morehouse
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Doctor Matthew Freeman
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Sara Freeman
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Detective Francis Maguire
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Annie Reilly
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Ellen Corcoran
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Detective Andrew O'Brien
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Captain Ciaran Joseph Sullivan
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Eva Heissen
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Hattie Lemaster
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Brendan Donovan
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Norbert Morehouse
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Robert Cobb Kennedy
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The greater Copper family - uptown and Five Points alike - gather around Detective Kevin Corcoran, who is reeling from a shocking loss. In a quest to cure on a grander scale, Freeman steps beyond his role as doctor. Robert Morehouse finds himself fighting to ensure that a tumultuous chapter of his past is dead and buried, and that his life and the lives of his loved ones will continue to thrive. Written by Cineflix

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Jack Turnow: [Arriving at the bedside of his daughter and speaking to Lydie Turnow in the presence of Dr. Matthew Freeman] I told you this fool was no better than some cracker doctor.
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The Emigrant's Farewell
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Performed by Kevin Ryan
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