Blue Murder

Collateral Damage

Season 2, Ep 7, Aired 11/30/01
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  • Episode Description
  • Metro squad finds themselves on the opposite side of the police when they investigate the deaths of Bruno Deckert, a member of local biker gang the Desperadoes, and Bobby O'Driscoll, a hired gun for the Farentino family. Pogue and Oosterhuis focus on O'Driscoll's death, with Sweet and Castillo focussing on Deckert's death. They soon realise that there is a war brewing between the two rivalries despite claims that they're joining forces, and before long Pogue and Oosterhuis realise that someone in the Farentino clan had very good reason to want Bobby dead, and Sweet and Castillo continue to meet opposition from their police contact until Keller finally turns over the video they need to make the connection.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • David Barlow

  • T.W. Peacocke

  • Ted Whittall

    Sergeant Keller

  • Tony Nappo

    Randy Minette

  • Angela Vint

    Chantal Burke

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (2)

    • Ed Ooosterhuis: Maybe Castillo's right. Maybe we are thinking too dirty on this. Jack Pogue: It's homicide. You can't think too dirty.

    • (Questioning Oosterhuis on his comparison of Freddy and Nina to David and Bathsheba.) Nathaniel Sweet: David and Bathsheba? Ed Oosterhuis: Oh, yeah. Yeah. You know the story, David has a real jones for her, so he has the husband set up so he's killed in battle. Nathaniel Sweet: Right. But I don't think Bathsheba was in on it. Ed Oosterhuis: She knew exactly what was going on.

    Allusions (1)

    • Ed Oosterhuis: It could be something way simpler. Something as old as David and Bathsheba. King David fell in love with Bathsheba in the Bible (2 Samuel 11) and she became pregnant. When he learned of this, he had her husband, Uriah, sent off to war to die. He later wed Bathsheba, but his actions led to God being very angry with him, although he was later forgiven after repenting his sins.

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