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When Clark is relegated to desk duty, he delves into Owen's cold case in which the murder investigation of a construction worker was compromised by the events of 9/11. Meanwhile, Deputy Mayor Holbrook pulls a gun on Clark and Margot, Agnes drives away with her father and Owen gets his long-deserved promotion

Source: CBS

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x13
Airdate: Tuesday May 14th, 2013

Alternate Airdates:

CA (CTV) May 14, 2013


Guest Stars
Andrea NavedoAndrea Navedo
As Lorraine Arroyo
Eric William MorrisEric William Morris
As Carlton Holbrook
Richard KindRichard Kind
As Paul Daly
Trieste DunnTrieste Dunn
As Margot Dixon
Valarie PettifordValarie Pettiford
As Maxine Owen
William SadlerWilliam Sadler
As Commissioner Jack Dowdell
Alexis SuarezAlexis Suarez
As Uniform
April WilknerApril Wilkner
As Jasmine
Brandon GoinsBrandon Goins
As Uniform #3
Chinaza UcheChinaza Uche
As Maceo Figueroa
Erik Todd DellumsErik Todd Dellums
As Pablo Vega
Jimmy PalumboJimmy Palumbo
As Lieutenant Walsh
Kersti BryanKersti Bryan
As Cecylia Dworaczyk
Margot BinghamMargot Bingham
As Uniform #2
Michael MadsenMichael Madsen
As Walter Clark Sr.
Peter ScanavinoPeter Scanavino
As Eddie Roque


The episode begins seven years in the future, with Commissioner Walter Clarke still having a talk with Paul, the reporter. Back in the present, while he is leaving Margot’s after spending the night with her, Walter and she have a talk about how Holbrook set him up. Walter is mad about the fact that he will be consigned to a desk, till this whole things clears up. Walter then meets his sister, who tells him that their dad had come by the diner. She says their father wants to take her out for dinner. Walter isn’t too happy to hear this and forbids her from going with him. ..

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Episode Goofs
When Don Owen returns to the station, after the events of 9/11, the bottom of the screen says it's 5-something AM, but after listening to the voicemail from his partner, the wide shot includes a clock, and it's 8-something.

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