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To Protect and Serve Manicotti 

Ed gets former Firm colleague Frank to help save a Montecito employee's illegal mother, Maria DiGiuseppe, who runs a restaurant, from racketeer Jerry Garret. However, Ed can only control ... See full summary »

Writers:

Gary Scott Thompson (creator), Gardner Stern

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Caan ... Ed Deline
Josh Duhamel ... Danny McCoy
Nikki Cox ... Mary Connell
James Lesure ... Mike Cannon
Vanessa Marcil ... Sam Marquez
Molly Sims ... Delinda Deline
Marsha Thomason ... Nessa Holt
Sylvester Stallone ... Frank the Repairman
Joe Rogan ... Himself
Rikki Klieman Rikki Klieman ... Kathy Berson
Yorgo Constantine ... Jerry Garret
Anne Betancourt ... Maria
Bradley Stryker ... Eric Nesterenko / Kellen Phillips
Nan Martin
Lakshmi Manchu ... Sarasvati Kumar (as Laki Manchu)
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Storyline

Ed gets former Firm colleague Frank to help save a Montecito employee's illegal mother, Maria DiGiuseppe, who runs a restaurant, from racketeer Jerry Garret. However, Ed can only control his violent temper by promising him a date with Montecito math wonder Sarasvati Kumar, then gets to the boss behind the screens. After Sam encourages a new gambler, Danny and Mike clean up her mess when it turns out Eric Nesterenko is just an alias of youngster Kellen Phillips, who paid nobodies to cash in a fortune in chips for him to invest illegally in stock with Ron Redfield in San Diego. Delinda and Nessa rival for the attention of Fear Factor (dare game show) host Joe Rogan. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 February 2005 (USA) See more »

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Goofs

When Ed talks to Frank on the golf field and puts his left hand on Frank's shoulder, there's a ring on his finger, and the logotype on his shirt is on its left side. A couple of seconds later, the ring disappears, and the logotype moves to the right side of the shirt - the shot is "mirrored". The next shot returns to "normal" mode again. See more »

Quotes

Frank: I was gonna sit in your chair, but I figured it was rigged with some kind of ass-recognition sensor and I didn't want to set off alarms and blow myself up.
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Connections

References Fear Factor (2001) See more »

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