The Hill mourns when a horrific bus crash kills seventeen.


Henry Bromell


Blake Masters (creator), Blake Masters



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Episode credited cast:
Jason Isaacs ... Michael Caffee
Jason Clarke ... Tommy Caffee
Annabeth Gish ... Eileen Caffee
Fionnula Flanagan ... Rose Caffee
Ethan Embry ... Declan 'Decko' Griggs
Stivi Paskoski ... Pete McGonagle
Kevin Chapman ... Freddie Cork
Fiona C. Erickson Fiona C. Erickson ... Mary Rose Caffee
Len Cariou ... Judd Fitzgerald
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Berglund ... Ricky Cork
Karl Bury ... Alex Byrne
Paul Carafotes ... Francis 'Frack' Del Piero
Helen Carey ... Peggy Fitzgerald
D.W. Cormier D.W. Cormier ... Bus Passenger
Gloria Crist Gloria Crist ... Vicky


The Hill mourns when a horrific bus crash kills seventeen.

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Crime | Drama



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In the opening, when Freddie Cork's son is about to leap off the overpass, you can see a police car at the top of the frame, not moving. This was part of the police detail that shut down that section of highway for filming. See more »


Tommy Caffee: I knocked, but no answer.
Peggy Fitzgerald: [working in the garden] That's 'cause no one's home.
Tommy Caffee: Well, that's funny because both your cars are here. Is he inside?
Peggy Fitzgerald: Not that you would know.
Tommy Caffee: And if I asked to use your bathroom?
Peggy Fitzgerald: I'd tell you that the toilet exploded just this morning.
Tommy Caffee: How about a glass of water?
Peggy Fitzgerald: Sink exploded, too.
Tommy Caffee: Then you're in luck 'cause I'm an excellent plumber.
Peggy Fitzgerald: Ah, but you're not union, and we only use union labor. You have very flirty eyes.
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A great story line about a bus crash...
12 September 2006 | by paramont3See all my reviews

A great story line about a bus crash that deeply effects both brothers and other members of the community in ways that they couldn't anticipate. We get to see Fionnula Flannagan play out her role as the strong Irish matriarch - I love her! Annabeth Gish's character is sympathetic to a young woman whose grief is overlooked by others in the community. The young police officer who attended the scene and the impact on himself and his young wife makes a great subplot. I look forward to more episodes - I think this show is the sleeper of the season.

Only negative for me is the sound mixing - for example, there were terrific Irish bagpipes, which we rarely get to hear in our society, but after a few notes they were drowned out by a pop song!

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