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Detroit 1-8-7

Season 1 Episode 8

Deja Vu/All In

Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Nov 16, 2010 on ABC
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Fitch, Washington and Sanchez investigate a missing teenager, Seth Cantor. Everything points to his high school buddies who are running drugs from across the Canadian border. The crime seems to copycat the style of the Purple Gang, an old Detroit mob – indications of a violent murder without a body. Longford and Majahan's case involves a murdered high stakes poker player. The player was trying to win enough money to pay for his child's organ transplant but he's found dead without his winnings from the tournament.moreless

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  • Another interesting episode! Still don't understand why this show was cancelled after only one season...

    This was another great instalment of this great show! I thought both cases today were quite good, and the 'All In' case was certainly something very different to anything else that we have experienced on this show so far.

    The 'All In' case was certainly the better, but I heavily enjoyed the 'Deja Vu' case as well. They were both quite fascinating, and both were hard to predict up until the every end.

    There were also some funny scenes between Fitch and Washington, and Majahan was funny in his chat with the poke r player!

    All up, a great episode! I definitely recommend this show and this episode, even though it died prematirely.

    Keep it up, and I hope this quality is at least mainatained until the end.moreless
Michael Imperioli

Michael Imperioli

Detective Louis Fitch

James McDaniel

James McDaniel

Sergeant Jesse Longford

Aisha Hinds

Aisha Hinds

Lieutenant Maureen Mason

D.J. Cotrona

D.J. Cotrona

Detective John Stone

Jon Michael Hill

Jon Michael Hill

Detective Damon Washington

Shaun Majumder

Shaun Majumder

Detective Vikram Mahajan

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