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Memphis Beat: Suspicious Minds

When a private plane is found abandoned in a riverside park, the squad hits the trail in search of a pair of the owners, a couple of elderly lottery winners who may have been kidnapped. Meanwhile, Greenback catches a close friend in a compromising position. And Lt. Rice catches the eye of a handsome Air Force officer.

Source: TNT

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x7
Production Number: 105
Airdate: Tuesday August 03rd, 2010

Guest Stars
Daniel Hugh KellyDaniel Hugh Kelly
As Tony Bellew
Holley FainHolley Fain
As Ms. Austin

Co-Guest Stars
Chardonnay HouletteChardonnay Houlette
As Chicken King Cashier
Margo SwisherMargo Swisher
As Uniformed Cop
Andrew SensenigAndrew Sensenig
As Tyler Oney
Chico BeanChico Bean
As Judge Seymour
John McConnell (2)John McConnell (2)
As Karl King
Kenneth Brown Jr.Kenneth Brown Jr.
As Sgt. Keith Monroe
Matthew RimmerMatthew Rimmer
As Spencer Gibson
Richard LabitRichard Labit
As Six Year Old Boy
Rio HackfordRio Hackford
As Bennett Barnes
Tony SanfordTony Sanford
As Bailiff
Main Cast
Jason LeeJason Lee
As Dwight Hendricks
Sam HenningsSam Hennings
As Charlie White
DJ QuallsDJ Qualls
As Davey Sutton
Celia WestonCelia Weston
As Paula Ann Hendricks
Leonard Earl HowzeLeonard Earl Howze
As Reginald Greenback
Alfre WoodardAlfre Woodard
As Lt. Tanya Rice
Abraham BenrubiAbraham Benrubi
As Sgt. J. C. Lightfoot


The scene opens with Detective Dwight Hendricks in court and Sutton is taking notes. He tells that whenever Dwight is on the stand, he chews up the lawyer and spits them out. Sutton and Charlie White see that there is a new lawyer, Ms. Austin, who is questioning Dwight about Bryan Tisdale, a man accused of assault. She tells him to tell what happened specifically. Dwight tells that Bryan hit the store clerk after the clerk took a toy from the child after he told that it was reserved for another customer. Ms. Austin asks if Dwight has children and he tells that he doesn’t. She tells that Dwight doesn’t know then and tries to say that it is all. But Dwight wants to answer and talks about when he was a child that his dad would have never hit anyone in front of him for a toy. The jury decides against Bryan Tisdale and Ms. Austin looses her case. Afterward, Dwight tells Ms. Austin that he didn’t mind her chewing him out and that she is doing her job. She tells that she enjoyed it and Charlie tells that Sutton can put that in his notes. ..

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ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Aretha FranklinThe House That Jack Built 
Booker T. & The Mg'sWinter Snow 
Elvis PresleySuspicious MindsCovered by Dwight Hendricks
ExtremeBallad of Joliet 
Lightnin' HopkinsBlackwater Blues 
The Mar-keysDear James Medley 
Sam CookeTennessee Waltz 

Other Episode Crew

CreatorLiz W. Garcia  |  Joshua Harto
Executive ProducerGeorge Clooney  |  Scott Kaufer  |  John Fortenberry  |  Liz W. Garcia  |  Joshua Harto  |  Grant Heslov
Co-Executive ProducerSean Whitesell  |  Abby Wolf (1)
ProducerChristopher Morgan
Co-ProducerAlissa M. Kantrow  |  Iddo Lampton Enochs Jr.
Associate ProducerErin Mitchell
Production DesignerTracey Gallacher
EditorKevin Casey
CastingAmanda Mackey Johnson  |  Cathy Sandrich  |  Meagan Lewis
Unit Production ManagerChristopher Morgan
First Assistant DirectorBabu Subramaniam
Second Assistant DirectorGeorge Bott
MusicKeb' Mo'
Music EditorMichael Alexander (1)
Music SupervisorJennifer Reeve  |  Evyen Klean
Costume DesignerCaroline B. Marx
Set DecoratorCynthia Anne Slagter
Property MasterStan Gilbert (1)
Supervising Sound EditorMike Marchain
Re-Recording MixerBill Smith  |  Yuri Reese
Director of PhotographyJohn Peters (3)
Sound MixerDaniel Izen
Casting AssociateKate Caldwell
Head HairstylistDana Boisseau
Head Make-up ArtistSusan Spaid
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