Blind Justice

Season 1 Episode 10

Doggone

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Aired Unknown May 10, 2005 on ABC
8.7
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Much to the dismay of the detectives at the 8th precinct, Jim's informant sets up a drug deal with Debbie Dyman, the girlfriend of his recently murdered second cousin. Sonny believes that this will help the police in their homicide investigation by giving them good leverage to apprehend and keep Debbie at the squad for questioning about his cousin's murder. The only problem with this deal is that he scheduled it to take place in a few hours with a blind man interested in purchasing the drugs.moreless

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  • When Dunbar's informant tells him about a drug deal and that he already said a blind man would come to buy the drugs. Jim has to face some bad guys with only Hank at his side. But what when they take away his only help...moreless

    10
    I loved this episode. It had everything I like about the show.

    Well the beginning started without any big scenes.. some stupid homicide that wasn't interesting at all.

    But then when Dunbar had to make the drug deal and all his collegues weren't able to follow the real episode started:



    After they took Hank away and he was alone. It got so emotional. It showed everything about his blindness and the fear one can have being blind, I suppose. Many people don't like the show because they say the idea of a blind cop is stupid. But I personally think that this is the wonderful thing about the show: They show exactly that it's almost impossible. They show, that he has no super-powers or anything like that. He is just a guy trying very very hard to accomplish what he really wants to do. And here, in this scene, we once again see that he has to face the fact that he's got limits to what he can do.

    Imagine not seeing and being in a place like this. there was no one around, he didn't know where he was. I mean, even his phone wasn't useful at all, cause he couldn't tell them where he was. The way he stumbled around.. it was a great scene, not only acted well, but also filmed really good. They really took the time to show him like that and i really appreciated it.



    And then the way he missed Hank, that was good.. even though it was not as clear as it became to me when he saw him again (*ops* SPOILER, but i suppose when you read this you have already watched the episode or are aware of there being spoilers in here)

    I loved this scene and his thankfulness in the end. I really felt with him and was so happy he got the dog back. I suppose when a scene can make you feel so delighted they must have done something right doing the episode ;-)moreless
  • So good, so bad. Kind of like Dunbar, actually.

    9.6
    \"Doggone\" is a shining example of why blind people, dogs, and cops are revered in our culture. This series in general is as good as it gets. What kind of sunglasses does Dunbar wear? They had me with the pilot episode but this episode made me fall in love with \"Blind Justice\" all over again.



    What can one say about this show without sounding cliche? Which character is more fascinating, the hot lady cop or the hot castrating wife? It is not \'justice\' at all that this television program was canceled after one all too brief shining season. Word.moreless
Rena Sofer

Rena Sofer

Christie Dunbar

Reno Wilson

Reno Wilson

Lieutenant Tom Selway

Marisol Nichols

Marisol Nichols

Detective Karen Bettancourt

Michael Gaston

Michael Gaston

Lieutenant Gary Fisk

Ron Eldard

Ron Eldard

Detective Jim Dunbar

Frank Grillo

Frank Grillo

Detective Marty Russo

Lenny Venito

Lenny Venito

Sonny Famigletti

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Alicia Coppola

Alicia Coppola

Debbie Diament

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Robert LaSardo

Robert LaSardo

Johnny Currea

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