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As Chloe and Sam lie in the hospital between life and death, Andy and Dov get stuck in a diner when an armed robbery takes place. Gail chops her hair off and Andy confesses to Nick that she still loves Sam.

Director:

David Wellington

Writers:

Tassie Cameron (created by), Morwyn Brebner (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Missy Peregrym ... Andy McNally
Gregory Smith ... Dov Epstein
Enuka Okuma ... Traci Nash
Travis Milne ... Chris Diaz
Charlotte Sullivan ... Gail Peck
Peter Mooney ... Nick Collins
Matt Gordon ... Oliver Shaw
Priscilla Faia ... Chloe Price
Ben Bass ... Sam Swarek
Lyriq Bent ... Frank Best
Clé Bennett ... Wesley Cole (as Cle Bennett)
Oliver Becker ... John Jarvis
Adam MacDonald ... Steve Peck
Robin Brûlé ... Sarah Swarek (as Robin Brule)
Aliyah O'Brien ... Holly
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As Chloe and Sam lie in the hospital between life and death, Andy and Dov get stuck in a diner when an armed robbery takes place. Gail chops her hair off and Andy confesses to Nick that she still loves Sam.

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Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Release Date:

19 June 2014 (USA) See more »

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Stacey Farber (Courtney) and Adam Butcher (Zack) play a couple in this episode. They previously played siblings, Georgina and Harrison Beckett, in Rewind (2008). See more »

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Outstanding suspense
5 February 2018 | by lor_See all my reviews

I've become accustomed, finally, to the modern TV series technique of mixing story lines and arcs within each episode in a sort of ADD attempt to keep the viewer interested. (As an inveterate TV addict since childhood in the '50s I prefer the old-fashioned one-story, linear approach as was so successful in 30-minute dramas, resembling short stories.)

And this arfully written and directed segment of the Canadian cop show rewarded that techinque and its use of misdirection, as the politics and goings-on at the station house cleverly distracted the viewer from the tense, almost happenstance stand-off in a diner. Latter whips up intense suspense and puts the stars through a ringer in a memorably dramatic fashion. If that were the sole story line, I suspect the impact would have been diminished.

Not a regular viewer of this show when first aired, I caught up with this segment on a Saturday night ABC set of re-runs (including an excellent "Scandal" vignette from yesteryear) and even as stand-alone entertainment it held up quite well, thanks to the non-starry but highly talented cast.


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