Chase (2010)

Chase (2010)

Chase is a fast-paced drama from Emmy Award-winning executive producer Jerry Bruckheimer (CSI franchise, The Amazing Race, Pirates of the Caribbean films) and executive producer Jennifer Johnson (Cold Case) that drops viewers smack into the middle of a game of cat-and-mouse as a team of U.S. marshals hunts down America's most dangerous fugitives. Kelli Giddish (Past Life) stars as U.S. Marshal Annie Frost, a cowboy boot-wearing deputy whose sharp mind and unique Texas upbringing help her track down the violent criminals on the run. Cole Hauser (K-Ville), Amaury Nolasco (Prison Break), Rose Rollins (The L Word) and Jesse Metcalfe (Desperate Housewives) also star as members of Frost's elite team. (Source: CBS)

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Prev: 1x18 -- Annie (May/21/2011)

U.S. Marshal Annie Frost must share the details of her past with the team in order to pursue a case that has put her father's life in danger. On a hunt to locate her father after two decades, Annie experiences flashbacks to her childhood, ultimately discovering the secret behind a lifelong betrayal.

Kelli GiddishKelli Giddish
As Annie Frost
Cole HauserCole Hauser
As Jimmy Godfrey
Amaury NolascoAmaury Nolasco
As Marco Martinez
Jesse MetcalfeJesse Metcalfe
As Luke Watson
Rose RollinsRose Rollins
As Daisy Ogbaa


Reviews: 11
whyRating: 1 likes, 3 dislikes

I know we are ment to suspend belief for movies and supposed tv shows but in this you can't. Why the women who was found with the stolen ring round her neck was not followed i don't know it would have been case closed and no more death. Am i to suspend belief to the point that U.S law enforcement agencies are dumb. I usually give these shows a few episodes but i think its first and last with this one. Read more

Review posted on Wednesday, September 22nd 2010 at 8:42 am

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1x16: Roundup recap: The scene opens with a pimp named Lucky Fargas going out of a car saying goodbye to his girls. He thinks that he is going to go on a private plane to the Super Bowl. He goes inside the airport and all the H.E.A.T. team are there. Daisy escorts Lucky to Calor Airlines. A man named Hank Collins comes in and Daisy asks if he is looking for Calor Airlines as well. Hank is suspicious and says that he isn’t and throws away the letter. Marco goes after him. He is dressed as Airport security. Daisy tells Marco that they have Collin’s address and for them not to worry. Annie poses as a ticket agent as well and sends Lucky to the “Lounge for Winners” for the Super Bowl tickets. Luke is there dressed as a waiter. Lucky tells that he wants a scotch. Lucky recognizes Marco and suddenly the entire team comes in and say that they are U.S. Marshalls. Daisy kicks Lucky and they arrest the criminals. Later, they talk to all the agents and Annie says that “Operation Lasso” was great and they brought 34 fugitives in. Jimmy says that they team up and the winner gets to win a stuffed armadillo that Marco has named “Shelly”... read more.

1x18: Annie recap: The scene opens in 1989 in Odessa, Texas where a teenage Annie is looking at a car. William talks to the man selling it and shows him a ring that he paid $5,000 for. The man says that it is a deal despite what Annie says. However, when they are on the road, he shows that he swindled the man. Back to the present day and Annie is looking at the same ring. She says that her father never parted with it. Meanwhile in Auburn, Kansas, a man is putting up barbed wire and setting up cameras around his property. He goes back inside and finds the man he has been guarding against inside as well. The man shoots him with a nail gun. The man says that he doesn’t know anything, but the man shoots him anyways. Later on the plane, Annie briefs the team on the victim. He is Clark Perry and the murderer is Alvin Hawkins. Perry has been in the dark for a while... read more.

1x17: The Man at the Altar recap: The scene opens with Annie running down the street chasing after a fugitive. She goes into a church and interrupts a wedding. The fugitive is up on the altar standing next to two grooms. Annie tells the fugitive to turn around. One of the grooms turns around. It is Jimmy. The other one turns around and it is Ben Crowley. Annie looks down and her outfit has changed into a wedding dress. Annie is shocked and looks around. Marco is a singer in the choir and Luke is a priest. She knows that this is a dream, but the fugitive at the altar won’t turn around. She walks up to him and just as she is going to turn him around, she wakes up. She has been in the surveillance van with Marco the entire time. Annie tells him about her nightmare and Marco tells that she was only asleep for 15 minutes, but she was saying Jimmy’s name and Ben’s name. Annie focuses on the job and says that they have a target. It is Harcourt. A friend at the DEA tipped Annie on Harcourt’s whereabouts and that he has been running marijuana for a while. Jimmy comes on the radio and tells that Harcourt’s father’s car is going toward them. Harcourt is in the car along with an unknown friend. The team jumps out and Harcourt runs for it. However, when he climbs a barbed wire fence, he is caught. Annie, Jimmy and Luke watch and laugh for a moment... read more.

1x15: Seven Years recap: The scene opens with Marco going up to Jimmy asking him when he and Natalie are going to set a date for the wedding. Annie sees Luke and asks him why Daisy has been late for four days in the week. Luke tells that Daisy has been avoiding him as well and that she is drinking a lot too. He says that it started when Justin Tate, the former police officer turned pedophile, escaped, she has been reliving the past. She tells him that she might be staying with her brother, Mark, and his daughter. Meanwhile, two inmates, Danny Bottner and George Diaz, escape from prison. Another inmate falls on the dirt road. When the driver gets out to check it out, Bottner and Diaz run off. Annie and Jimmy get to the prison and talk to the Warden. He says that Bottner was accused of rape and Diaz was armed robbery. The team gets ready to search, but Marco tells that he hates snakes. They search and they find Diaz, but there is not a trace on Bottner. Back at headquarters, Luke tells Annie when she gets back that Daisy was arrested for DUI and is in jail... read more.

1x14: Father Figure recap: The scene opens with Internal Affairs talking to Luke about what happened with Pablo Cordova’s arrest. Luke says that he has no clue about the arrests and dodges the many questions that the agent asks. Luke is told that he is going to have to take a polygraph test for this and he starts to show that he is nervous. Meanwhile, Daisy tells Jimmy congratulations for his proposing to Natalie. Jimmy tells her to keep it quiet and tells her that Annie doesn’t know about it yet. Later that evening, Jimmy goes over to Annie’s home and they have a few beers. Annie tells Jimmy that she is grateful that Jimmy took the measures that he did to catch Cordova and the fact that it saved her life too. Jimmy says that he would protect her from anything. Meanwhile in a different part of the world, an irate husband chases his wife and the wife screams that she knows what he did. The husband takes her head and smashes it through a glass table. A neighbor sees the man and asks what is going on. He hides the gun and Justin says that it is nothing and that Sofia, his wife, was watching a loud film. He turns around and he has a badge on... read more.
Recurring Guests

Eddie Cibrian as Ben Crowley (3 eps)
Siena Goines as Natalie (3 eps)
Mo Gallini as Hector Torres (2 eps)
Yancey Arias as Pablo Cordova (2 eps)
Michael Irby as Agent Felix Perez (2 eps)
Travis Fimmel as Mason Boyle (2 eps)
Todd Terry as Attorney Mandelbaum (2 eps)
Steven Walters as Brian "Bouf" Bouffton (2 eps)
Damon Carney as Dan O'Neil (2 eps)
Doug Terranova as Tiger Bait (2 eps)

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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Crime | Drama
Status: Canceled
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Saturdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 20, 2010
Ended: May 21, 2011
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