The District

Season 1 Episode 21

Don't Fence Me In

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM May 05, 2001 on CBS
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Don't Fence Me In
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An operation to catch a theft mob is set and Temple goes undercover as a pawn shop salesman who also works selling stolen objects. After entering a scheme for stolen credit cards and laptops, the agents make the arrest for the two brothers who were the heads of the gang. Meanwhile, McGregor investigates the origins of a stolen bracelet caught on Temple's pawn shop, which leads to a case of rape/murder from five years ago. McGregor is convinced the prime suspect is the murderer, but can't make an arrest until he tries to fly outside the country. Nick is still trying to develop a good relationship with the community member, but can't because she won't date white men. Nick tries to make something to please her and stops a demolition in the name of Mannion, who wasn't pleased to hear that and ends up giving Nick a warning about mixing personal life with work. And Queenie, the presidential dog, runs away and a psychic is called to help find her.moreless

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    Craig T. Nelson

    Craig T. Nelson

    Chief Jack Mannion

    Jayne Brook

    Jayne Brook

    Deputy Mayor Mary Ann Mitchell

    Justin Theroux

    Justin Theroux

    Press Secretary Nick Pierce

    Roger Aaron Brown

    Roger Aaron Brown

    Deputy Chief Joe Noland

    Lynne Thigpen

    Lynne Thigpen

    Director of Adm. Services Ella Mae Farmer

    Elizabeth Marvel

    Elizabeth Marvel

    Detective Nancy Parras

    Sara Botsford

    Sara Botsford

    Lucia Burns

    Guest Star

    Meta Golding

    Meta Golding

    Community Woman

    Guest Star

    John Toles-Bey

    John Toles-Bey

    Tweedy

    Guest Star

    Michael Anthony Rogers

    Michael Anthony Rogers

    Thief #3

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