Dice (2001)

(ended 2001)


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Episode Guide


  • Season 1
    • Episode #6
      Episode #6
      Episode 6
      Glenn moves in with a troubled Christian family and begins to disrupt their lives. Angela begins to remember more details about her kidnapping. Alasdair reaches an understanding with Sally's father, and vows to kill Glenn. Styvesant is forced to take a "vacation", but stumbles upon an obscure clue in the police station's invoices.moreless
    • Episode #5
      Episode #5
      Episode 5
      Angela wakes and discovers the identity of her kidnapper. Styvescant asks Gacy to help him investigate Angela's disappearance, even if it means breaking the law. Syvescant sets his sites on Egon for the latest murder. His investigation takes him to Crazy Janey's, where he discovers that his erratic behavior is earning enemies on the police force. Angela resorts to desperate measures to escape from her captor.moreless
    • Episode #4
      Episode #4
      Episode 4
      Angela is visited by Taylor, and are observed by a woman with a baby who is parked in front of Angela's house. Gacy sees the two together and warns Angela to stay away from him. Ego cleans himself up and visits "Crazy Janey's", a country western bar. Egon brings a blonde back to his apartment, and are followed by policemen Lloyd and Smith. Gacy tells Styvescant about the real Gacy, his friend who fought with him in Viet Nam. Angela is kidnapped by a masked intruder. Styvescant lets the dice decide if he should drink or not. A new murder victim is discovered.moreless
    • Episode #3
      Episode #3
      Episode 3
      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
    • Episode #2
      Episode #2
      Episode 2
      A masked intruder assaults Alasdair in his motel room, and steals his gun. Gacy gets the drop on Styvesant, and handcuffs him to his police cruiser. Marcus Starck, the hockey coach from the college, argues with his wife, Angela, and leaves to go to a bar. Egon gets increasingly antsy, and pleads to have a die. Glenn Taylor finds Marcus at a bar playing with a die, and chides him for not playing the game correctly. He convinces Marcus to make a list, and to shape it with choices that he really wants. Angela receives an anonymous call, hinting that she and Marcus played a part in Sally's murder. Gacy follows Alasdair into the woods, and confronts him. Alasdair denies killing Sally, but Gacy points out that Alasdair is missing a button. As Marcus prepares to leave town, Taylor asks him to bail Egon out of jail. Styvesant's suspicions are raised, as no bail has been posted for Ego. Taylor takes an interest in Sam Cutter, a hen-pecked, bookish man who is raising money for The Good Time Fund, a children's charity. Gacy brings Alasdair to the police station, and Styvesant arrests both men.moreless
    • Episode #1
      Episode #1
      Episode 1
      In a small Canadian town, the tortured and mutilated body of Sally Quine is discovered in a field. Detective Patrick Styvesant, a distant cousin of Sally's, is assigned to head the investigation. Initial suspicions fall on her boyfriend, Alasdair MacCrae, who is in hiding. After interviewing Sally's family and friends, Styvesant learns that an older man who identified himself as Gacy was following Alasdair. Gacy is actually a private detective named Noah Aldis, who was hired by someone identified only as "The Colonel" to follow Alasdair. Unknown to Styvesant, Gacy is staked out in front of the motel where Alasdair is hiding. Styvesant's visit to the university that Sally attended reveals that many of the students, Alasdair included, play a game involving making a list of six possible actions, and using a dice to determine which action to take. One of Sally's teachers, Glenn Taylor, gives Styvesant a list that Alasdair had made, and confesses that he had a homosexual affair with Alasdair. Taylor is the one who induced the dice divination to the students, and secretly instructs a small group of people on its philosophical meaning. One member of this secret group, a mentally disturbed man named Egon Schwimmer, busts into the squad room, brandishing a straight razor, ranting incoherently, and confessing to Sally Quine's murder. Styvesant questions Egon, but is unsure as to his involvement. Styvesant confronts Gacy in his hotel room, and questions him on Alasdair's whereabouts during the time of the murder. Gacy claims he lost track of Alasdair around that time, but a cut on Gacy's hand draws Styvesant's suspicions. Styvesant secretly follows Gacy to the murder scene, and confronts him when Gacy discovers a button that the police have missed.moreless