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Honor Bound 

The team searches for 25-year-old Korean-American Wendy Kim, who vanishes after a fight with her new boyfriend during her night shift at her parents' deli.

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Kenneth D. Collins (as Ken Collins)

Writers:

Hank Steinberg (created by), Amanda Segel (as Amanda Segel Marks) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anthony LaPaglia ... Jack Malone
Poppy Montgomery ... Samantha Spade
Marianne Jean-Baptiste ... Vivian Johnson
Enrique Murciano ... Danny Taylor
Eric Close ... Martin Fitzgerald
Nicole Bilderback ... Wendy Kim
Jodi Long ... Mrs. Kim
Chad Donella ... Brad Stone
Kelvin Yu ... Jin Kim
John Ales ... George Zousmer
Parry Shen ... Steven Park
Jonathan Nichols ... Walter Cole
Joshua Gomez ... James Mackeroy
Gabriel Tigerman ... Eli
Jeff Cahill ... Victor Pratt
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Storyline

Korea town grocery store keepers couple Kim reports missing their brat daughter Wendy (25), who shocked the family by breaking up by face-slap at the engagement party shortly after her college graduation with semi-arranged fiance Steven Park, who confides into the FBI that it was a set-up to cover up him being a closet gay. She had a short relationship with a lawyer who punished her sick BDSM game by posting a fake Internet ad attracting 'sadists' for a free ride to her apartment. Those were chased by her brother Jin Kim, who unlike her tried to be the perfect son rather then seeking his own goals in life and snapped . Written by KGF Vissers

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adolescent | abuse | bed | in laws | dinner | See All (13) »


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Eric Close (Martin Fitzgerald) and Chad Donella (Brad Stone) both previously starred in Taken (2002). They played the alien John and his half-human son Jacob Clarke respectively. See more »

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Completely Confused
1 February 2011 | by kashikoi1029See all my reviews

I don't watch this program very often. One it's set in my city,but there are times when I don't recognize it. Two, it makes the same kinds of mistakes that perpetuate Asian stereotypes. The only good thing I can say about this it that it picks on all the major Asian cultures residing in NYC equally.. ^^ all in one family apparently. The store is apparently Korean, as are the characters...uh last name Kim? However, the characters seem to speak Chinese when provoked into those unreasonable emotional states that the presence of law enforcement, no exception, seems to bring forth in them. Then the victim's fiancé is referred to as Steven or Hill- san. I believe the honorific -san is used in Japanese culture.

Altogether not an episode that should have been aired...I may have missed some things but the aforementioned alone both amused and flabbergasted me so much that insured that I wasn't paying much attention.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 October 2005 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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