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Officer Nolan gets a lesson in respect after his arrest of a gang member leads to a free-for-all on his life; officer Chen and Bradford pull over Mario Lopez, who thinks he can talk his way out of a traffic violation.

Director:

Valerie Weiss

Writers:

Alexi Hawley (created by), Brynn Malone
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nathan Fillion ... John Nolan
Alyssa Diaz ... Angela Lopez
Richard T. Jones ... Sergeant Wade Grey
Titus Makin Jr. ... Jackson West (as Titus Makin)
Mercedes Mason ... Captain Zoe Andersen
Melissa O'Neil ... Lucy Chen
Afton Williamson ... Talia Bishop
Eric Winter ... Tim Bradford
Mario Lopez ... Mario Lopez
Shawn Ashmore ... Wesley Evers
Grant Harvey ... Cole Midas
Andy Mackenzie ... Leonard 'King' Midas
Lyndon Smith ... Astrid Heisserer (as Lyndon Talley-Smith)
Alicia Coppola ... Detective Murphy
Romeo Brown ... D'Andre Riggs
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Storyline

Officer Nolan gets a lesson in respect after his arrest of a gang member leads to a free-for-all on his life; officer Chen and Bradford pull over Mario Lopez, who thinks he can talk his way out of a traffic violation.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

19 March 2019 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

VARDA-alarm is an acronym which stands for Voice-Activated Radio-Dispatched Alarm. It is a type of burglar alarm that, when activated or "tripped", broadcasts the type of the alarm and the transmitter location over the local police radio frequency using a pre-recorded audio message. It bypasses "911 Dispatch system" and sends a red alert to all police within the vicinity. See more »

Goofs

at 32:23 when Nolan is pulling the Captain out of the pool you can see someone in the Kitchen of the house casually walking through looking out at the pool scene. See more »

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References The Odd Couple (1968) See more »

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Well written and well acted, one of the season's best drama focused episodes
20 March 2019 | by Holt344See all my reviews

I have watched this show and enjoyed every episode of it and seen the depth of the writing, making up original storytelling and interesting characters. I didn't really feel it was something I had to write a review on but after seeing this episode I felt I had to express myself as from start to finish its some quality drama, some of the best drama on the show, putting the comedy back a bit to focus mainly on character drama. The writing team wrote a storyline for the episode so original and great that they succeeded in making one of the show's best episodes. There were some stunning editing in this episode, making the story flow very well with everything else.

The ensemble cast is incredible and the writing for their respective characters is what makes them great, they are believable and likeable. In this episode we get to see Nathan Fillion and Mercedes Mason shine the most, giving something incredible to every scene. Simply great acting in a superb episode


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