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Chapter Three: Blue Religion 

After the young victim in the bones case is identified, Bosch and J. Edgar are pulled into the troubled world of the boy's family. As Bosch's own trial escalates, his romance with Brasher ... See full summary »

Director:

Kevin Dowling

Writers:

Michael Connelly (based on the novels by), Eric Ellis Overmyer (developed for television by) (as Eric Overmyer) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Titus Welliver ... Harry Bosch
Jamie Hector ... Jerry Edgar
Amy Aquino ... Lt. Grace Billets
Lance Reddick ... Irvin Irving
Annie Wersching ... Julia Brasher
Jason Gedrick ... Raynard Waits
Mimi Rogers ... Honey Chandler
Adam O'Byrne ... Nate Tyler
Alan Rosenberg ... Dr. William Golliher
Abraham Benrubi ... Rodney Belk
Paul Vincent O'Connor ... Judge Alvin M. Keyes
Scott Klace ... Sgt. John Mankiewicz
Mark Derwin ... Captain Harvey Pounds
Steven Culp ... Richard O'Shea
Troy Evans ... Det. Johnson
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After the young victim in the bones case is identified, Bosch and J. Edgar are pulled into the troubled world of the boy's family. As Bosch's own trial escalates, his romance with Brasher takes a turn. And an intense confrontation with Raynard Waits forces Bosch to rethink everything. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama

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TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Detective Lou Escobar has the same name as a Detective in Chinatown. See more »

Goofs

When Detectives Johnson and Moore update Harry on the evidence found in serial killer Waits' van, the photos of the victim show him with his head in a burlap sack. When the patrolmen discovered the body in the van in "Chapter Two: Lost Light," his head was not covered. See more »

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References Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969) See more »

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Written by Melvin Sparks
Performed by Melvin Sparks
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A True Monster
28 October 2016 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Bosch continues his investigation of the young boy found on the hill. After having a fight with his girlfriend over her rash actions, he and his partner go to visit the mother of a young boy who disappear decades ago. He left and never came back. After consulting with his friend in forensics, Harry is assured that this is the boy they found. What's problematic is that he died from blunt force trauma, but it is evident that he had been beaten over and over his whole life. Meanwhile, a guy named Waites is playing head games with the department. He is the man with the van. He confesses to the detectives that he has killed several people, but won't give them names and locations unless they take the death penalty off the table. He also says that the boy on the hill was his first victim. What ensues are political issues and an effort to get Bosch to interrogate the crud. There is little mention in this episode of Harry's verdict in his trial.


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