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The SWAT team struggles to maintain peace on the eve of a Los Angeles LGBTQ pride festival after a hate crime sparks citywide anger that ignites further violence. As Chris grows anxious for... See full summary »

Director:

Nina Lopez-Corrado

Writers:

Robert Hamner (based on the series S.W.A.T. created by), Rick Husky (based on the series S.W.A.T. developed by) | 7 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Shemar Moore ... Daniel 'Hondo' Harrelson
Stephanie Sigman ... Jessica Cortez
Alex Russell ... Jim Street
Lina Esco ... Christina 'Chris' Alonso
Kenny Johnson ... Dominique Luca
David Lim ... Victor Tan
Patrick St. Esprit ... Robert Hicks
Jay Harrington ... David 'Deacon' Kay
Bre Blair ... Annie Kay
Jim Meskimen ... Wayne Storm
Sterling Beaumon ... J.P. Hicks
Nicki Micheaux ... Leah
Candice Ramirez ... Trista
Deniz Akdeniz ... Micah
Bess Armstrong ... Mayor Barrett
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The SWAT team struggles to maintain peace on the eve of a Los Angeles LGBTQ pride festival after a hate crime sparks citywide anger that ignites further violence. As Chris grows anxious for her fellow LGBTQ community members calling for retribution, the festival reunites Commander Hicks with JP, his estranged gay son.

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 February 2019 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

When he visits his father at SWAT, JP Hicks compares the office to Minority Report (2002); that film features Colin Farrell, who also played Jim Street in S.W.A.T. (2003). See more »

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Daniel 'Hondo' Harrelson: Hey Street, we're rollin' out in ten. Boots on the ground all day at the festival.
Jim Street: I gotta talk to you about something first. Last time this happened, I screwed up real bad. And you know I'm-I'm so grateful to be back on the team again. I would just never want to compromise that or throw that away - for anything...
Daniel 'Hondo' Harrelson: Street, spit it out.
Jim Street: It's my mom again.
Daniel 'Hondo' Harrelson: What happened this time?
Jim Street: I'm not sure. Closest we ever come to crossing anymore is when I slip rent money under the door. But she's AWOL. She ...
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3 March 2019 | by msg198-59-297072See all my reviews

You can't watch TV anymore without being willing to accept a liberal agenda being propagated throughout whatever television show or movie you're watching. Sometimes, it is subtle. Sometimes, it's blatant. But it's always there. There comes a point when you finally say, "Enough is enough," and decide that you will not watch the next episode. I made it 3/4 of the way through this episode hoping that it would have a redemptive quality before I decided that THIS was that episode. I am willing to accept a liberal storyline, but this has moved into militant leftism. This isn't about equality. This isn't about education. This isn't even about treating people how you would want to be treated. This is about special treatment. Tolerance is PUTTING UP with something that you don't like, but recognizing that other people have a right to live their lives. Tolerance is NOT the same as being forced to accept, promote, engage or defend behavior or beliefs for which you don't agree. I have no problem with calling out people who would act out in with violence against another person, no matter what differences they have. But this was not just about an act of violence perpetrated out of hate. This episode was designed to call out conservative radio hosts by criminalizing their words and ideas, trying to breed legitimacy to micro-aggressions that eventually lead to a macro-aggressive response. Hollywood likes to promote the idea that art imitates life, and that they are somehow being brave by putting out these stories. Promoting your agenda among people who support your agenda will NEVER be a definition of bravery. They spend more time making up false scenarios than actually representing real issues. There has been FAR more violence done from the ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter movements than from ANY group that is against the LGBTQ community (except in the Middle East). That is a fact, not an emotional opinion created from someone's personal experience of oppression or media coverage. How many storylines have represented those violent outbursts without somehow trying to demonize the "real" problem...the people that are being attacked. Political correctness is murdering good TV one agenda at a time.


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