Bosch (2014– )
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Chapter Six: Donkey's Years 

Bosch travels to Las Vegas to see his teenage daughter, Maddie, and to gain insight into Waits from his ex-wife, Eleanor Wish, once a brilliant forensic profiler. Back in LA, Waits taunts ... See full summary »


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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
Sarah Clarke ... Eleanor Wish
Jason Gedrick ... Raynard Waits
Scott Klace ... Sgt. John Mankiewicz
Mark Derwin ... Captain Harvey Pounds
Steven Culp ... Richard O'Shea
Troy Evans ... Det. Johnson
Jenica Bergere ... Sheila Delacroix
Pat Skipper ... Sam Delacroix
Rose Rollins ... Detective Kiz Rider
Hoon Lee ... Reggie Woo


Bosch travels to Las Vegas to see his teenage daughter, Maddie, and to gain insight into Waits from his ex-wife, Eleanor Wish, once a brilliant forensic profiler. Back in LA, Waits taunts Bosch as he begins backing up his threats. Bosch returns to a maelstrom as the simple questioning of a witness in the bones case endangers Brasher. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama


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Release Date:

13 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Two characters, Julia Brasher (Annie Wersching) and Eleanor Wish (Sarah Clarke), are current and historical partners respectively, of Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver). Both of these have also played partners of Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) in 24 as Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke - seasons 1 - 3) and Renee Walker (Annie Wersching - seasons 7 & 8). See more »


As police process the crime scene, we see the nude body of the dead hustler lying on the floor of the motel room. He is laying on his side with his right leg and right arm positioned carefully so as not to reveal his sexual organs. There are crime scene number placards placed about the room. Later we see a Polaroid crime scene photo of the dead hustler attached to the homicide department "crazy board" and it shows the body position has changed and is now shown to be laying flat on its stomach. We all know from police procedural that the body is NEVER moved by police. Only the coroner can do that and has not arrived yet. See more »


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Harry 's Personal Life, Etc.
28 October 2016 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Bosch makes his way to Las Vegas to see his ex and their daughter. Things go well but Harry is preoccupied the whole time. Waits calls Bosch a couple times to ask about options. He then murders a poor store clerk in cold blood after he buys some supplies to repair his basement room. Harry confronts the sister of the bone boy and it turns out she was raped and molested by her father. The problem for the case is that she didn't kill him. The conclusion of the episode involves a chase after a young man who was friends with the boy. He takes off an Harry and others pursue. The answers to questions are going to be interesting once they take him into custody.

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