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Cinderella and the Dragon 

Two American flight attendants disappear in Singapore.

Director:

Diana Valentine (as Diana C. Valentine)

Writers:

Erica Messer (created by), Matthew Lau
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Gary Sinise ... Jack Garrett
Alana De La Garza ... Clara Seger
Daniel Henney ... Matt Simmons
Tyler James Williams ... Russ Montgomery
Annie Funke ... Mae Jarvis
Tzi Ma ... Inspector Cheong
Toni Trucks ... Kathy Hall
Brandon Barash ... Scott Davis
Osric Chau ... Gui
Gwendoline Yeo ... Lin Huang
Peter Jang ... Feng Lim
Hank Chen ... Dave McHenry
Michael Albala ... Edward Carter
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Janna Bossier ... Jane Wicks
Corie Vickers ... Lisa Carter
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Storyline

Understaffed Singapore police's Inspector Cheong sees little reason to allow the FBI questioning the apparently open and shut murder -rare in the city state- of a colleague by US flight attendant Kathy Hall, whom security cameras recorded running after slashing the victim, even without a clear motive. The team however son suspects links with smuggling (drugs?), a lover boy and even kidnapping, all proven and tied together. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Gui is played by Osric Chau. He is another allumn from the show "Supernatural". He played Kevin Tran. See more »

Quotes

Jack Garrett: [opening quote] A Singaporean proverb tells us: "Where there is a sea, there are pirates"
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M-O-M
(Uncredited)
Written by Joe Lervold & Johnny Elkins
Performed by The Joel Evans Quartet
Courtesy of Crucial Music
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This is not Singapore
12 September 2017 | by joellow777See all my reviews

I am a Singaporean, so I am more than qualify to disqualify some of the wrong ideas in this episode regarding Singapore.

1. Singapore is the most advanced country in this region, so the 60s low-rise buildings with illegal hawkers in the street selling food is but only in the 60s and are almost all gone. The low-rise buildings are mainly reservation for tourist attraction purpose. Street hawkers have been totally eradicated.

2. The Arowana fish is not extinct. Those extracted species once have not been around for thousands if not millions of years. The young Arawana the episode mentioned is sold like S$25 for one, not a million dollars.

4. Singapore is a well-educated country and authorities do not speak often in Chinese especially not in an official situation. We do speak English well but we are mainly UK based type of English.

5. In the episode, we keep seeing only Chinese in public areas. Those who have really been in Singapore knows that you can see at least the main 3 races very often publicly.

6. The whole talk about the Ministry of Manpower dumping foreign workers into Geylang's dormitory is hilarious. Though Geylang prostitution is still pretty real, the gangsters have been gone for decades.

7. We are not a police state, our investigation officers or inspectors do wear plain clothes while conducting an investigation like the IRT agents.

8. Michael Faye was guilty of vandalism and thief. The same punishment is applicable for everyone, not just foreigners.

9. Chewing gum is not illegal but the possession of large quantity.

Please get your facts straight.


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