The Big Easy

Season 1 Episode 1

The Big Easy

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Aug 11, 1996 on USA
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Assistant D.A. Anne Osborne from the North comes to New Orleans to help stop illegal fishing - she says. In reality, she's come to unearth corruption in the New Orleans Police force. Despite having a "little" trouble with grey areas, NOPD detective Remy McSwain is basically a good guy, and he ends up helping Anne trap both the fishkillers and the corrupt cops - though they are uncomfortably close to him. All this while trying to sweep Anne off her feet with his southern Cajun charm.moreless

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    Tony Crane

    Tony Crane

    Remy McSwain

    Susan Walters

    Susan Walters

    Asst. D.A. Anne Osborne

    Barry Corbin

    Barry Corbin

    Sheriff C.D. LeBlanc

    Eric George

    Eric George

    Smiley Dupree

    Troy Bryant

    Troy Bryant

    D.A. Lightnin' Hawkins

    Karla Tamburelli

    Karla Tamburelli

    Det. Darlene Broussard

    J. C. Quinn

    J. C. Quinn

    Lindbergh DuBois

    Guest Star

    Jeff LeBeau

    Jeff LeBeau

    Octave 'Octopus' Batistella

    Guest Star

    Eliott Keener

    Eliott Keener

    Louis Laygere

    Guest Star

    Jim Chimento

    Jim Chimento

    Ti-Bob

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • On a sign: Trespassers will be shot - survivors wil be shot again.
        Remy: I guess being a Cajun means being a good neighbor, being a good sport, and chasing women.

      • Anne: Let's get something straight, Remy. I'm not falling for your southern-fried Rhett Butler act!

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • "The Big Easy", a 1987 Crime/Action/ Drama/Mystery/Romance film starring Dennis Quaid(Det.Remy McSwain) and Ellen Barkin(A.D.A Anne Osborne). The film set in New Orleans. Remy McSwain, finds that he has two problems, a series of gang killings and Ann Osborne.

      • Music featured in this episode:

        "I'll Drink ta dat" - written and performed by Kermit Ruffins
        "Monday Night in New Orleans" - written by van Winkle & Sherman, performed by Kermit Ruffins
        "Make a Better World" - written and performed by Earl King
        "Door Poppin'" - written and performed by Carol Fran & Clarence Hollimon

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