Dice (2001)

Season 1 Episode 3

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Aired Unknown Nov 26, 2001 on
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Styvesant interrogates Alasdair, who implicates Taylor in Sally's killing. Alasdair and Gacy are released from jail, and meet with The Colonel, who fires Gacy. Taylor introduces Sam Cutter to his secret meeting, but Egon shows up, demanding his seat back. Taylor drives Cutter home, and tries to convince him to try his dicing method. Gacy and Alasdair decide to team up to catch Sally's killer. Styvesant meets Taylor at his house to confront him about Alasdair's accusations, but Taylor takes his flirting with Styvesant too far. While leaving, Styvesant and Taylor discover a plastic bag, possibly with clues to Sally's death, in the bushes outside Taylor's home. Gacy and Angela meet at the police station and discover a mutual attraction. Cutter's experiments with dicing go horribly wrong, and he discovers his life is as it seems.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Brian Wrench

    Brian Wrench

    Cop (Cell)

    Guest Star

    Benz Antoine

    Benz Antoine

    Installation Man #2

    Guest Star

    Dorothée Berryman

    Dorothée Berryman

    Colonel McCrae

    Guest Star

    Daniel Libman

    Daniel Libman

    Staring Boy

    Recurring Role

    Amanda Tilson

    Amanda Tilson

    Staring Girl

    Recurring Role

    Romano Orzari

    Romano Orzari

    Lloyd

    Recurring Role

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      • Dorothee Berryman is listed in the credits as "Dorothy Berryman".

      • In previous episodes, it appeared that Taylor had four people, beside himself, in his secret meetings. In this episode, Cutter seems to be shown setting in the furthest seat to screen left. But one quick cut shows a previously unseen girl looking screen right towards him. This would indicate that there are more than four "students", but they are being cropped out of the frame, assuming that the series is being filmed widescreen. Since it has been established that Taylor has an obsession with the number "6", I think it is safe to assume that there are actually six people in his class.

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