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Day of the Jackie 

Carrie and Al are unable to discern why a businessman was murdered in his hotel room until it's discovered that his death was collateral damage in a larger plot to assassinate a diplomat.

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Paul Holahan

Writers:

Ed Redlich (developed by), John Bellucci (developed by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Poppy Montgomery ... Carrie Wells
Dylan Walsh ... Al Burns
Dallas Roberts ... Eliot Delson
Jane Curtin ... Joanne Webster
Annika Boras ... Jackie
Oliver Litondo ... Okoro Dimka
James Hiroyuki Liao ... Jay Lee
Tawny Cypress ... Cherie Rollins-Murray
Steven Ogg ... Larry Yablonski
James Hindman ... Robert Cushman
Robert Farrior ... Paul Dirkson
Mike Masters ... Security Agent
Lauren Blumenfeld ... DeeDee / Barista
Kerry Vera Lea Kerry Vera Lea ... Tess Jones
Danielle Slavick ... Nina Hall
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Carrie and Al are unable to discern why a businessman was murdered in his hotel room until it's discovered that his death was collateral damage in a larger plot to assassinate a diplomat.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Carrie Wells: You got a time of death for us, Jo?
Joanne Webster: Uh, yeah, according to rigor, between 8:00 and 10:00 last night.
Al Burns: He missing any valuables?
Joanne Webster: Mm-hmm. His watch is gone, his wallet is gone. His cell phone's over on the table.
Al Burns: Sounds like a robbery gone wrong.
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References The Day of the Jackal (1973) See more »

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Seriously? ReallY? For vegetarians only. Why? .......because this series is so corny!
10 February 2019 | by Ed-ShullivanSee all my reviews

I have now watched several episodes of this series and after watching agent Carrie Wells (star Poppy Montgomery) overtake a Russian trained assassination expert named Jackie (Annika Boras) thus this episodes title "Day of the Jackie" I have come to realize that this particular episode's corny title spin off of the more critically acclaimed 1973 movie version "The Day of the Jackal", is a pretty lame TV crime/drama series.

Agent Carrie Wells utilizes her unique and very rare ability called "hyperthymesia" or total recall memory to review her crime scenes and very quickly recall what appear to be non consequential items that are key to solving her crimes. I understand that the series writers are under time constraints to write new material each week, but come on man, at least give your audience something interesting besides some dramatic music more akin to the 1960's Mission Impossible TV series.

As I said I have watched several episodes now and this episode which is so corny has sealed its fate. I'm done. There is little to no uniquemess or value in the acting, series story lines, but especially the lack of the TV episode 60 minute flow (e.g. crime committed, review the crime scene(s), gather suspects, cat and mouse chase, and explanation of how the crime is eventually solved, and of course the arrest). I was more intrigued by the commercials than any of this series content. How this series lasted for four (4) torturous seasons I have no idea except maybe Poppy Montgomery has a lot of sex appeal, but the series itself based on this episode and the others I have watched is a dud.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 August 2013 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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1.78 : 1
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