Threat Matrix

Season 1 Episode 2

Veteran's Day

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Aired Unknown Sep 25, 2003 on ABC
8.7
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Veteran's Day
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The team investigates a drug connection to international terrorists and must stop them before they detonate a bomb on veterans day.

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  • An average episode

    9.6
    This episode was not one of my favourites of the series but it was still good i think they could have improved the storyline to make it a bit more interesting the idea of drug delears using their profits to find terrorism as well as being quite true today just didnt appeal to me.
Anthony Azizi

Anthony Azizi

Mohammad "Mo" Hassain

James Denton

James Denton

Special Agent John Kilmer

Kelly Rutherford

Kelly Rutherford

Special Agent Frankie Ellroy Kilmer

Kurt Caceres

Kurt Caceres

Tim Vargas

Mahershala Ali

Mahershala Ali

Jelani Harper

Melora Walters

Melora Walters

Lia "Lark" Larkin

Paul Webster

Paul Webster

Detective Miller

Guest Star

Mary Strong

Mary Strong

Reporter #2

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Matthew Sullivan

Matthew Sullivan

Reporter #1

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Tiiu Leek

Tiiu Leek

Newscaster

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    • Kilmer: Have you IDed the explosives.
      Larken: Judging from the blast pattern and the residue is was approximately 30kg of C4.
      Atkins: Manufacturers plant contaminants for identification - explosive can be traced.
      Larkin: The signature of residue is from the Holstein ammunition plant in Kingsport, Tennessee.
      Kilmer: Who they sell it to?
      Larkin: The US Army. That particular lot went to Fort Benning, Georgia.
      Atkins: Wait a minute. So the source is US Military.

    • Franky: Not much to profile they were both drinking sparkling water at the bar, OK maybe Muslim, AA or Morman.

    • Atkins: It's two days to Veterans Day, John.
      Kilmer: Yes, Sir.
      Atkins: The parade. Monuments. Washington's gonna be full of people. This was close. Too close.

    • Kilmer: You refuse to carry a PDA because you a bloodeye.
      Franky: You calling the deputy director names again, Kilmer.
      Atkins: Nothing that isn't true.

    • Atkins: No cell phone?
      Kilmer: No, I wish the new ones have a lot more than names and numbers; personal calenders, email accounts, databases.
      Atkins: And you wonder why I refuse to carry a PDA.

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