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Dex, Drugs and Rock & Roll 

When Dex's ex, a famous musician, comes to town for a performance, Dex must protect her from a stalker; Grey continues to receive the cold shoulder from Dex; Tookie and Lt. Cosgrove develop a new friendship.

Director:

Marc Buckland

Writers:

Greg Rucka (based on the graphic novels by), Matthew Southworth (based on the graphic novels by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Cobie Smulders ... Dex Parios
Jake Johnson ... Grey McConnell
Tantoo Cardinal ... Sue Lynn Blackbird (credit only)
Cole Sibus ... Ansel Parios
Adrian Martinez ... Tookie
Camryn Manheim ... Lieutenant Cosgrove
Michael Ealy ... Detective Miles Hoffman
Monica Barbaro ... Liz Melero
Ioanna Gika Ioanna Gika ... Fiona X
Bruce Wexler ... Nick Tallarico
Fiona Rene ... Detective Kara Lee
Kelly LaMarr ... Inspector Julius Kraft
Clint J. Palmer Clint J. Palmer ... Martin Newtlander (as Clint Palmer)
Joe Sobalo Jr. ... Fiona X SuperFan
Artoun Nazareth ... Bellman
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When Dex's ex, a famous musician, comes to town for a performance, Dex must protect her from a stalker; Grey continues to receive the cold shoulder from Dex; Tookie and Lt. Cosgrove develop a new friendship.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Dex's ex-girlfriend Fiona X, a famous singer, is played by real-life singer Ioanna Gika. See more »

Soundtracks

One Thing Leads to Another
(uncredited)
Written by Alfie Agius, Cy Curnin, Rupert Greenall, Jamie West-Oram and Adam Woods
Performed by Ioanna Gika
[Fiona X does a piano cover of the song which was originally performed in the 80s by The Fixx]
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Just my opinion...
13 November 2019 | by nnomSee all my reviews

...but probably the best episode so far. I was worried they were gonna force Jake and Cobie together (no chemistry whatsoever there, but, hopefully, they're off that track. Strong sidestory concentrating on Ansel, who is the actual star of the show, so that was nice. Strong character development with some background added. Story, yes, formulaic, done a thousand times, reinforces stereotype....but stereotypes are there for a reason, people, and it ain't cuz they're hardly ever accurate. IMO, well done, keep it up. For the homophobes who won't watch anymore...you will not be missed.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

6 November 2019 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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