Cold Squad

Season 6 Episode 6

Flamers

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Aired Unknown Oct 26, 2002 on CTV
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The murder of gay-basher Ken Reegan on Davies street prompts the squad to re-open the three-year-old murder of another gay-basher, Terrance 'Tron' McLean. Nicco and Len connect with homicide to investigate the case, and Len can't keep his personal prejudices out of the case, which involve working with a gay officer, Luke Darling. Mickey uses the department's new computer toy to help Ali with a 10-year-old arson case. It eventually leads Ali to Boris Delgado, a former troublemaker who found religion after the first fire but was unable to escape his past.moreless

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    Tamara Craig Thomas

    Tamara Craig Thomas

    Det. Mickey Kollander (1999-2003; eps. 27-85)

    Matthew Bennett

    Matthew Bennett

    Sgt. Len Harper (2001-2005; eps. 60-98)

    Garry Chalk

    Garry Chalk

    Insp. Andrew Pawlachuk (2000-2005; eps. 40-98) [as Garry Chalk]

    Joely Collins

    Joely Collins

    Christine Wren (2000-2005; eps. 40-98)

    Julie Stewart

    Julie Stewart

    Sgt. Ali McCormick (1998-2005; eps. 1-98)

    Gregory Calpakis

    Gregory Calpakis

    Det. Nicco Sevallis (1999-2003; eps. 27-85)

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      • Nicco Sevallis: Go to it, Nancy Drew.

        Christine promises to look into something for the men, and Nicco refers to his as 'Nancy Drew', a well-known female fictional detective created by Carolyn Keene.

      • Jeremy: I don't work on Monday nights. Queer as Folk is on.

        This seems like a less than subtle pitch for one of Showcase's hottest shows, the American (but produced in Canada) Queer as Folk, originally based on the British series of the same name. Queer as Folk was wildly successful once it premiered, and is one of the only hit primetime soaps that revolves solely around male/male and female/female (mostly male/male) relationships.

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