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Detroit 1-8-7: Motor City Blues

Stone's death sends shockwaves through the precinct, most notably for Sanchez, who can't bring herself to go back to work.

Fitch's ex-wife Linda comes to town with their young son Bobby, who has a lot of questions for his Dad as to why he left New York years ago.

The murder of a teenaged graffiti artist puzzles Longford and Mahajan, but Fitch uses his son for inspiration and leads the duo to the perp.

Meanwhile, Longford still doesn't know whether or not he should retire, and Washington asks Fitch to be the godfather of his child.

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Episode Info


Episode number: 1x17
Airdate: Tuesday March 15th, 2011

Director: David Zabel
Writer: David Zabel


  • Currently 9.2/10
9.2/10 (10 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Erin Way
As Wendy Chapin-Lomeister
Recurring
Megan Dodds
As Jess Harkins
Recurring
Tommy Flanagan (1)
As Albert Stram
Recurring
Vadim Imperioli
As Bobby
Recurring
Alicia Coppola
As Linda Garrety
Heidi Johanningmeier
As Margie Parker
Kevin Carroll
As Reuben Davis

Co-Guest Stars
Joseph Mark Lushi
As Man
Recurring
Tiren Jhames
As Bertini
Recurring
Nick Vlassopoulos
As Coney Vendor
Main Cast
Natalie Martinez
As Det. Ariana Sanchez
Michael Imperioli
As Det. Louis Fitch
Aisha Hinds
As Lt. Maureen Mason
Shaun Majumder
As Det. Aman Mahajan
Jon Michael Hill
As Det. Damon Washington
James McDaniel
As Sgt. Jesse Longford

Recap

The scene opens with everyone mourning over the fact that Stone was killed by Riley in the last episode, especially Sanchez. Majahan wakes up next to a girl that he picked up and feels ashamed. Washington smiles down on his little boy while Longford is at the shooting range complaining about his shoulder and seeing that his aim is off a lot. Fitch visits Sanchez and tells her that everyone misses her down at the station. He says that it is hard to come back after what happened, but says that he knows that she will be able to make it through. She is lost she says and Fitch says that everyone is only when they don’t want people know who they really are and what they are feeling. He says that most people know who they are, they just don’t want people to know who they really are...

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Episode Notes
D.J. Cotrona is no longer listed in the opening credits and does not appear in this episode.


Erin Cummings is credited but does not appear in this episode.



Warning: Detroit 1-8-7 season 1 episode 17 guide may contain spoilers
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