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Golden Boy: Longshot

When the family of a star basketball player who was found murdered ignites a high-profile investigation, the case unearths Clark’s feelings about his family struggles. Meanwhile, McKenzie threatens to end her partnership with Arroyo after she finds out he lied to her.

Source: CBS

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x11
Airdate: Tuesday April 30th, 2013


Guest Stars
Andrea NavedoAndrea Navedo
As Lorraine Arroyo
Eric William MorrisEric William Morris
As Carlton Holbrook
Marc WebsterMarc Webster
As Uni Cop
Polly DraperPolly Draper
As Nora Clark
Trieste DunnTrieste Dunn
As Margot Dixon
Albert JonesAlbert Jones
As Martin Olsen
Christopher VegaChristopher Vega
As TJ Arroyo
Glenn FlearyGlenn Fleary
As Vince Cole
Jay HortonJay Horton
As Quinlan Reed
Juan Carlos HernandezJuan Carlos Hernandez
As Manolito Villalobos
Kealys VargasKealys Vargas
As Elena Arroyo
Kevin Howard Jr.Kevin Howard Jr.
As Reporter #2
Maliq JohnsonMaliq Johnson
As Joey Olsen
Marcus Carl FranklinMarcus Carl Franklin
As Older Joey/Valedictorian
Michelle HurdMichelle Hurd
As Louise Reed
Montego GloverMontego Glover
As Brandy Olsen
Main Cast
Theo JamesTheo James
As Walter William Clark Jr.
Chi McBrideChi McBride
As Detective Don Owen
Kevin AlejandroKevin Alejandro
As Christian Arroyo
Bonnie SomervilleBonnie Somerville
As Det. Deb McKenzie


The episode begins seven years in the future with Commissioner Walter Clarke buying a ring from a pawn shop. Back in the present day, Walter is at Margot’s and they are busy making out, when Carlton Holbrook arrives. He isn’t very happy to see Walter there, but reluctantly leaves after he is told to do so by Margot. The team arrives at a gym, where the body of Quenlin Reed, a famous basketball player, was found. An injury to the back of his head killed him. Arroyo and team feel that the reason for the murder could be Reed’s decision to switch teams, which some crazed fan didn’t take too well. 911 got an anonymous call reporting the murder. ..

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