Steven Seagal: Lawman

Season 1 Episode 5

Firearms of Fury

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Dec 16, 2009 on A&E
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Firearms of Fury
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Deputy Chief Steven Seagal and his team arrest a suspect carrying 44 Magnum and investigate shooting where a man is shot in his back with a shotgun. The team also visits a training site where they are introduced with real life situations while stopping a car.

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      • Steven Seagal: My years of studying martial arts and my years of being a police officer have given me a real good sense of who's hiding something. Just a look, the way they look away. So I think this guy's hiding something and I'm planning of finding out what it is.

      • Larry: A lot of the time we see people who have more respect for the streets than they do for themselves.

      • Steven Seagal: You just never know what you're gonna meet out on the street. Sometimes you have to make split-second decisions that could make the difference between life and death.

      • Steven Seagal: There's no such thing as too much training. The more you train, more proficient you become, the more chance you have of saving your own life, the life of your fellow officers, life of innocent people.

      • Suspect: That's Steven Seagal.
        Lawrence: We know who he is!
        Suspect: I gotta shake this man's hand or something!

      • Steven Seagal: The guy resists arrest, he screams out "I've got a gun" and he reaches for it. With officers less experienced than me and my team, he really could have been shot.

      • Johnny: My vest went into my kidney.
        Larry: You want a doughnut or something?
        Johnny: (laughing) "Want a doughnut?" Yeah, a doughnut might make my side feel better!

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