Steven Seagal: Lawman

Season 1 Episode 13

Ruthless Judgment

Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Feb 03, 2010 on A&E
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Ruthless Judgment
Deputy Chief Steven Seagal and his team rush to the scene of a man killed in a drive-by. Minutes later they race to another shooting: a man found dead in his car. Two homicides in less than an hour puts the unit on high alert and when they catch four young men out late, Steven has some stern words. But he gets down right harsh, the next night, when he finds two of them carrying drugs. Steven has to get back to Hollywood, it's time to make his next movie.moreless

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  • Seagal brings to the viewer the horrors of street violence where other reality Cop shows disguise the painful truths. Steven shows heart felt pains as a Deputy Sheriff and human being from the loss of life.moreless

    Steven Seagal is doing what no other Hollywood character would do. He is putting his life on the line for what he believes is right and just. He not only gives his money but also his life for Justice. A program I will continue to watch with admiration. The presence of the Seagal team on site after a murder has taken place brings order and calm where there is pain and confusion. Ruthless Judgment is all about showing how easy it is for the ruthless coward to take a life and leave the scene as if life was a piece of garbage.moreless

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    • Steven Seagal: That's two homicides in the last twenty minutes.
      Johnny: And it's still early.

    • Steven Seagal: Since Katrina, Jefferson Paris has its highest murder rate in twenty-seven years, and I think a lot of that's due to a lot of narcotics influx in JP. We're really trying to bring that number down by more pro-active police work.
      Johnny: You know, sometimes people may think we're a little too aggressive. But in neighbourhoods like this, we have to take this approach in order to keep these neighbourhoods safe.

    • Steven Seagal: Why'd you run?
      Suspect: Y'all scared the **** out of me.
      Larry: Why, we ugly?

    • Steven Seagal: The thing that I've always loved about being a police officer is that it's real. It's real people, real dilemma, real problems. Hollywood is pretend.

    • Steven Seagal: I'm very grateful that I have work in the movie business because we do in our own small way sometimes get the chance to bring people joy, laughter, and happiness.

    • Steven Seagal: I don't want to lose hope or lose faith in the cause. It's possible for anybody to change.

    • Alex: We've grown to be a tightknit group and now that the Chief has to leave, it's gonna be one member of the family leaving. In a way, it is funny to have him on patrol, but I don't see him as a movie star when he's on the team. I see him as a member of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office.

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