The District

Season 2 Episode 11

Russian Winter (a.k.a.The Russian Wars)

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Jan 12, 2002 on CBS
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Russian Winter (a.k.a.The Russian Wars)
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Mannion confronts his No. 1 enemy, Dimitri Putin, and learns who killed Det. Danny McGregor in this pivotal episode. A Russian woman, Erin Vratalov, comes aboard Mannion's boat claiming she needs protection from Putin. She tells Mannion that Putin ordered her husband, Yuri, to kill the chief. But when Danny died in the assassination attempt instead, Putin had Yuri murdered and is now after her. She also claims Yuri had a tape recording of Putin giving the order to murder Mannion, but she doesn't know where it's hidden. So begins Mannion's race to find the incriminating evidence, a search that leads ultimately to a volatile face-to-face encounter. (CBS)moreless

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    Craig T. Nelson

    Craig T. Nelson

    Chief Jack Mannion

    Roger Aaron Brown

    Roger Aaron Brown

    Deputy Chief Joe Noland

    Lynne Thigpen

    Lynne Thigpen

    Director of Adm. Services Ella Mae Farmer (Seasons 1-3 )

    Jonathan LaPaglia

    Jonathan LaPaglia

    Detective Kevin Debreno (Seasons 2-4)

    Elizabeth Marvel

    Elizabeth Marvel

    Detective Nancy Parras

    Sean Patrick Thomas

    Sean Patrick Thomas

    Detective Temple Page

    Shaun Baker

    Shaun Baker

    Lonny Page

    Guest Star

    Iona Morris

    Iona Morris

    Clive's Sister

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    Michael Ironside

    Michael Ironside

    Dimitri Putin

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    Scott Klace

    Scott Klace

    CIA Agent John Braxton

    Recurring Role

    Gregory Alan Williams

    Gregory Alan Williams

    Clive Rogers

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    Alla Korot

    Alla Korot

    Erin Vratalov

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