Graceland (2013–2015)
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Master of Weak Ties 

Johnny must infiltrate Soto Street to prevent a gang war, Jakes and Charlie aim to take over Germaine's business, and Mike begins piecing together Briggs' master plan.

Director:

Lucy Liu

Writers:

Jeff Eastin (created by), Jason Ganzel | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Sunjata ... Agent Paul Briggs
Aaron Tveit ... Agent Mike Warren
Vanessa Ferlito ... Agent Catherine 'Charlie' DeMarco
Brandon Jay McLaren ... Agent Dale Jakes
Manny Montana ... Agent Joe 'Johnny' Tuturro
Serinda Swan ... Agent Paige Arkin
Rhys Coiro ... Ari Adamian
Hal Ozsan ... Germaine Marsden
Val Lauren ... Toros Berbarian
Mahedi Rakib ... Gusti 'Vin' Kadek Pendit
Katherine Kampko Katherine Kampko ... Madison Feigl (as Katherine Crawford)
Reynaldo Gallegos ... Javi Arrebuena (as Rey Gallegos)
Erica Camarano ... Eva Torres
Sope Aluko ... Agent Avery Stanwood
Laila Harris Laila Harris ... Hayley
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Storyline

Paul stages Toros's murder by panicking Paige as a suicide, Ari takes his place getting tattooed and Orthodox church-installed as Armenian mob prince. Right hand Paul is told to learn all affiliated gangs, but is caught bumping the girlfriend of Vatos-big-shot Javier, so he asks volunteer Johnny to infiltrate his Soto Street gang to prevent a gang war, but boxer Javi proves a bad loser at their gym. Jakes and Charlie aim to take over Germaine's business, and she finally admits to Paul having lost his baby. Trust in Graceland is shaken ever more as Mike begins piecing together and questioning Briggs' masterly manipulation of all the cops gang. Mike talks Gusti out of returning to Bali, his junkie)girl Madison is made to face her amputated leg as courageously as kids. Written by KGF Vissers

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Action | Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Release Date:

27 August 2015 (USA) See more »

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Back to the chaos of a multistory
9 August 2018 | by larssmidtSee all my reviews

As I watch this episode I get confused and doubtful about whether I like it or not. We had a brief moment in the beginning where agent Warren was about to overpower the story, and then his story was in luckily the background again. But we are still trying to manage several stories (2-4 sub stories, too confused to be sure) which takes attention in all different directions and makes it very hard to follow. The story still has too much of these agents getting their ass kicked and just taking it. This is not what we want from this type of series - and the Warren case stick its ugly head out at the end of this making us wish we skipped this episode.


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