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In Plain Sight: Hoosier Daddy

Mary is assigned to protect a drug dealers son, who had been adopted by another WITSEC family, when the father is released from prison and sues to regain custody. Although Mary realizes that the case revolves around an attempt to keep the son from testifying against his dad's boss, she struggles to prove it to the judge.

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x2
Production Number: 102
Airdate: Sunday June 08th, 2008


Alternate Airdates:

Denmark Jul 15, 2008
Argentina Feb 13, 2009
NL (RTL 5) Dec 19, 2010
UK (itv) Apr 10, 2013

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Guest Stars
Cristián de la FuenteCristián de la Fuente
As Raphael Ramirez
Recurring
Eric Martinez (2)Eric Martinez (2)
As Medic
Recurring
Beth BaileyBeth Bailey
As Wendy Billups
Bob JesserBob Jesser
As Carter Billups
Bobby ColemanBobby Coleman
As Leo Billups
Chris RanneyChris Ranney
As US Marshall Pilot
Dan StrakalDan Strakal
As Airport Security Guard
Judith JonesJudith Jones
As Liz McRoy
Lewie WickhamLewie Wickham
As Bailiff
Michael B. SilverMichael B. Silver
As Arlo Meyers
Sheila TraisterSheila Traister
As Judge Holiday
Steven QuezadSteven Quezad
As Luis Cruz
Tomas SanchezTomas Sanchez
As Jamie Cruz
Vincent VentrescaVincent Ventresca
As Vernon McRoy
William T. JohnsonWilliam T. Johnson
As Party Guest
Main Cast
Mary McCormackMary McCormack
As Mary Shannon
Frederick WellerFrederick Weller
As Marshall Mann
Nichole HiltzNichole Hiltz
As Brandi Shannon
Lesley Ann WarrenLesley Ann Warren
As Jinx Shannon
Episode Notes
Series star Paul Ben-Victor (Stan) and guest star Vincent Ventresca (Vernen McRoy) previously worked together on in the 2000 version of The Invisible Man.

Todd Williams (Bobby Dershowitz) does not appear in this episode.



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