An Iraq war vet suffers a brain injury that triggers the ability to see connections between seemingly unrelated events, objects or people.

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Hart Hanson
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2012  
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Series cast summary:
Geoff Stults ...  Walter Sherman 13 episodes, 2012
Maddie Hasson ...  Willa Monday 13 episodes, 2012
Mercedes Mason ...  Isabel Zambada 13 episodes, 2012
Michael Clarke Duncan ...  Leo Knox 13 episodes, 2012
Christian Calloway 13 episodes, 2012
Toby Hemingway ...  Timo Proud 8 episodes, 2012
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Walter Sherman is an Iraq war veteran who has suffered brain damage in an IED explosion. The brain damage triggers in Walter the ability to "find" things, he sees connections between seemingly unrelated events, objects or people that other investigators would miss. Walter is assisted by his "legal advisor" and bar owner Leo Knox, US Deputy Marshal Isabel Zambada, and teen parolee and thief Willa Monday, who is serving her probation with the team. The brain damage that gives Walter his "finder" talent has also left him with a case of paranoia and other mental idiosyncrasies. Walter refuses treatment because he does not want to lose his talent. The last time Walter failed to find someone, it was the IED explosive expert that was responsible for blowing up Walter's Humvee and killing 6 members of his unit. Written by Hamish Blair

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A different kind of detective.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama | Romance

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Topics on the blackboard: Ninja vs Samurai, Walter vs FBI (Bones Season 6, Ep. 19); Fight vs Flight, Ninja vs Samurai (during intro); Honour vs Duty, Fight vs Flight (Ep. 1); Certitude vs Certainty (Ep. 2); Designated Hitter vs Al-Qaeda (Ep. 4); Conspiracy vs Truth (Ep. 6); Beats vs Melody (Ep. 8); Charlemagne vs Dracula (Ep. 9); Samba vs Rumba (Ep. 10); Lucky vs Good (Ep. 11); Kinda Good vs Sorta Evil (Ep. 12). See more »

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Referenced in The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #20.101 (2012) See more »

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Loved it - right up to the end
30 August 2016 | by gagentrySee all my reviews

I loved this show. I assume that the last episode was to be followed up by a new season - then Michael Clarke Duncan died. I was so devastated by all that was going on, the sudden disintegration of the characters that I had grown to care about. There was so much chemistry between all the cast members. I gained a real appreciation for new actors. The episodes were intriguing and dangerous - without being bloody or really scary. I am sure that there was filming for more episodes - just look at the opening sequences. I sure wish that they would make adjustments for Michael's character and continue on. He was a great actor - I'm not suggesting he wasn't, but I loved the writing and energy. Oh, well, I enjoyed it immensely while it was on.


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USA

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English

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2012 (USA) See more »

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The Finder See more »

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Culver City, California, USA See more »

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