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Series cast summary:
...  Sean Harrison 8 episodes, 2004
...  John Declan 8 episodes, 2004
...  Danny Edwards 8 episodes, 2004
...  Christopher Gains 8 episodes, 2004
...  Captain Terry Harada 8 episodes, 2004
...  Linh Tamiya 8 episodes, 2004
Peter Navy Tuiasosopo ...  Kaleo 8 episodes, 2004
Sean DeCambra ...  Detective Ashley Johnson 8 episodes, 2004
...  Harper Woods 4 episodes, 2004
Maral Adams ...  Officer DelaCruz 2 episodes, 2004
Andy Bumatai ...  Detective Gordon Pahu Jr. 2 episodes, 2004
Ray Bumatai ...  Kimo 2 episodes, 2004
Lorenzo Callender ...  Koa / ... 2 episodes, 2004
Troy Ignacio ...  Officer 2 episodes, 2004
Jen Strickland ...  Malena 2 episodes, 2004
...  Caroline Okamura / ... 2 episodes, 2004


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Action | Crime



Official Sites:

NBC [United States]



Release Date:

1 September 2004 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Michael Madsen was originally cast but was replaced by Michael Biehn because of creative differences See more »


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Not too bad getting out of the gate...
23 September 2004 | by See all my reviews

I was channel surfing and ran into this show and decided to watch it. I was not disappointed. Good action, some tech stuff, nice scenery (both the landscape and some of the female cops *wink*) and I like the way the writers were able to weave the A & B plots into each other. (one plot supplying info or items to support the other plot) and I felt the writers did a pretty good job of it. And as a bonus, a "C" plot was also thrown in for good measure. It was a shock though to see Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (normally the heavy in most films) playing the ultimate good guy as Captain Terry Harada. (I kept wanting to tell the other cops "Lookout! That's Shang Tsung from Mortal Kombat! He's Evil!") But it was interesting to see him in a different role. Most of the acting was decent and the plots were interesting and even funny.

I recommend this show to those that like to see several well written tales woven into each other.


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