Robbery Homicide Division

Season 1 Episode 10

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Aired Friday 10:00 PM Dec 07, 2002 on CBS
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Cole wants to avenge the murder of his former partner by seeing to it that the man convicted for the crime doesn't get off death row.

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    Barry Shabaka Henley

    Barry Shabaka Henley

    Sgt. Alfred "Dr. Death" Simms

    David Cubitt

    David Cubitt

    Det. Richard Barstow

    Michael Paul Chan

    Michael Paul Chan

    Det. Ron Lu

    Klea Scott

    Klea Scott

    Det. Sonia Robbins

    Tom Sizemore

    Tom Sizemore

    Lt. Sam "L.T." Cole

    Gusmano Cesaretti

    Gusmano Cesaretti

    Male Manager

    Guest Star

    Kevin Paul

    Kevin Paul

    US Marshal [Deputy] Travers

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    Oscar Torre

    Oscar Torre

    Lead US Marshal

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In another odd post-production soundtrack alteration, part of one of the public defender's responses to Cole ("No?") was silenced out. Pretty stupid considering how she's facing the camera and can plainly be seen mouthing the word.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Cole: How long's he been running up your tab?
        Travers: I cannot disclose that.
        Simms: Has he had any contact with Scotty Earl Klayman?
        Travers: I cannot disclose that either.
        Cole: Do me a favor. Disclose my door on your way out.

    • NOTES (6)

      • The character of Arcaro was originally called Arcano.

      • Jose Yenque is credited as José Yenque. Paul Michael Glaser is miscredited as Paul Michael Glazer.

      • Guest star Gusmano Cesaretti is also one of the series' co-producers, not to mention a frequent collaborator with Mann.

      • Music: "Jealous Again" by The Black Crowes; "All Right Now"; "Smoke and Mirrors" by RJD2

      • Due to a college football game, this episode started 40 minutes late on the East Coast and Central time zones. Despite that, it still won its time slot in households. Despite that, CBS had already washed their hands of the series for various reasons (of which only one was mediocre ratings, despite their baloney claims to the contrary).

      • Todd A. Kessler and Glenn Kessler are credited for adaptation. This is a rewrite of the Miami Vice episode "Forgive Us Our Debts."

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