Night Heat

Season 3 Episode 2

Vantage Point

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Aired Thursday Feb 12, 1987 on CTV
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Vantage Point
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Freddie and Colby break up a furrier robbery in which the driver is shot. The investigation is frustrated when the owner insists there was no robbery. Meanwhile, Kevin and Frank try to clear their colleagues who are fingered as the killers in a drug deal gone bad.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Lee Broker

    Lee Broker

    Lt. Hearn

    Guest Star

    Leslie Toth

    Leslie Toth

    Denny James

    Guest Star

    Shawn Lawrence

    Shawn Lawrence

     

    Guest Star

    Susan Hogan

    Susan Hogan

    Nicole (Nickie) Rimbaud

    Recurring Role

    Sean McCann

    Sean McCann

    Lt. Jim Hogan

    Recurring Role

    Eugene Clark

    Eugene Clark

    Det. Colby Burns

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • (opening commentary)
        Tom: Nice view of the city from here. It's going to be a pretty park in a few months. The kinda place you can come to get away from things. But even before it opens its already been touched by one of the things you wanna get away from. Maybe I'm nuts hoping it coulda been different. Maybe no where's safe. Still when a place is new, fresh, you like to think there's a chance, some innocence left in the world. It's a hard feeling to hold on to when the word on the street is that a job like this was done by people we trust to protect us. In turning a place like this into a park you bury a lot of things: refuse, old bricks, bottles. You put in some nice trees, a covering of sod, and the junk under it is all forgotten. Even though part of that junk was two young men.

      • Tom: Listen Kevin, what are the chances this could be cops?
        Kevin: How in the hell did you come up with that?
        Tom: The word's out on the street.
        Kevin: Well?
        Tom: Narcs are ripping off druggies.
        Frank: Some slimebag starts a rumor and you want to write a story about some cops who might be involved in a homicide?
        Tom: I don't do 'might be' stories, but if I get some facts, I'll print them.
        Frank: All right, you got two kids who are dead. Those are the only facts you got.

      • Seth: You make it sound easy.
        Jefferson: Well, remember Willie Mays playing the outfield? If you're good it is easy.

      • Kevin: Since I've been in homicide, I've had my picture taken with dead people about 200 times. I don't think I've had one taken with Nikki.
        Frank: Hey, at least this way you'll be best looking one in the shot.

      • (closing commentary)
        Tom: There are laws everywhere, even in the world of crime. Maybe especially in the world of crime, because there are limits - lines that have to be drawn. One of those lines separates the cops from everyone else. We shudder when a cop crosses it, even when we think he crosses it, because that line is all that keeps us from the jungle.

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      • Willie Mays
        Refers to Willie Howard Mays, Jr. (b.1931; Westfield, Alabama), a former baseball player who played for the New York / San Francisco Giants and the New York Mets. Considered by some to be the greatest all-around player of all-time, Mays was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1979 after finishing a career in which he won two MVP awards, appeared in 24 All-Star games and hit 660 home runs, which was third all-time at the time of his retirement.

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