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Two Broken Fingers 

While investigating a cold case, Dirk and team team are joined by Bart, whose alleged assault spins the case in a new direction.

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Douglas Adams (based upon the novels by), Max Landis (created for television by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Samuel Barnett ... Dirk Gently
Elijah Wood ... Todd Brotzman
Hannah Marks ... Amanda Brotzman
Fiona Dourif ... Bart Curlish
Jade Eshete ... Farah Black
Mpho Koaho ... Ken
Dustin Milligan ... Sgt. Hugo Friedkin
Osric Chau ... Vogel
Tyler Labine ... Sherlock Hobbs
Amanda Walsh ... Suzie Boreton
Christopher Russell ... Panto Trost
Izzie Steele ... Tina Tevetino
Alan Tudyk ... Mr. Priest
John Hannah ... Mage
Amitai Marmorstein ... Lieutenant Assistent
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While investigating a cold case, Dirk and team team are joined by Bart, whose alleged assault spins the case in a new direction.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 October 2017 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

Mr Priest mentions that there were 42 original Blackwing subjects, yet another use of that number in the series. See more »

Quotes

Panto Trost: My name is Panto Trost, Lord Prince of the Valley of Inglenook in the Land of Wendimoor. I came to your world through the pool of the empty throne, with help from Waptki Wapnasi, forest witch of the Santi Santiga who guides the Bofuki Nepo. She foretold the prophecy I seek to enact, that once the Great Dark Wizard found his apprentice, no one in Wendimoor could defeat him, and his army would come like a tide. The only hope to save Wendimoor is if the fiercest of foes were united, the great ...
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References This Is Us (2016) See more »

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Mr. Sandman
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Written by Pat Ballard
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