The Unit (2006–2009)
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The unit goes undercover in Bulgaria to find a former rogue member, and Molly makes a hard decision in order to take care of family,.

Director:

Terrence O'Hara

Writers:

Eric L. Haney (book), David Mamet (creator) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dennis Haysbert ... Jonas Blane
Regina Taylor ... Molly Blane
Robert Patrick ... Colonel Tom Ryan
Audrey Marie Anderson ... Kim Brown
Max Martini ... Mack Gerhardt
Abby Brammell ... Tiffy Gerhardt
Michael Irby ... Charles Grey
Demore Barnes ... Hector Williams
Scott Foley ... Bob Brown
Lee Tergesen ... Alex Deckard
Michele Greene ... Cynthia Burdett
Summer Glau ... Crystal Burns
Daniel Wisler ... Jeremy Erhart
Matt Gerald ... Beau Dauber
Guy Ale ... Warden Kovatz
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Storyline

The unit goes undercover in Bulgaria to find a former rogue member, and Molly makes a hard decision in order to take care of family,.

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Genres:

Action | Drama | Thriller | War

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Bulgarian | Turkish

Release Date:

26 September 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Fired Up
(uncredited)
Written by Robert Duncan
This is used as the theme in seasons 1 and 2.
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They should have hired a cultural adviser.
25 August 2010 | by nyclucky1201See all my reviews

The episode is so unrealistic, it's boring. The foreign actors do not speak Bulgarian, there are no Bulgarian actors at all, and the episode was shot in Santa Clarita, CA.

The foreign language that's spoken in the episode doesn't even resemble the Bulgarian speech pattern. In terms of cultural behavior, the characters act like Americans pretending to be Russians from the Cold War period. The director should have just placed the action in the country where the foreign actors were from or simply hire a couple of Bulgarians like most other movie makers do. The way they handled the cultural aspects is more suitable for a comedy like Borat than for The Unit.


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