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Memphis Beat: At the River

The squad is plunged into a case involving the death of an admired police officer who may have been involved with a white supremacist group. The case hits home for Dwight, who relates to the son of the officer left behind. It also introduces Dwight to Claire Ryan, a tough investigator from Internal Affairs. Meanwhile, Rice starts riding Whitehead about taking the lieutenant's exam, but her reasons for wanting him to pass aren't exactly a vote of confidence.

Source: TNT

Episode Info


Episode number: 2x1
Production Number: 201
Airdate: Tuesday June 14th, 2011

Director: Michael Katleman
Writer: Jan Nash


Guest Stars
Ali HillisAli Hillis
As Stacy Ekler
Beau GarrettBeau Garrett
As Det. Claire Ryan
Connor GibbsConnor Gibbs
As Jack Ekler
Drew PowellDrew Powell
As Officer Clay Williams
Eric JungmannEric Jungmann
As Joey Ekler

Co-Guest Stars
Samuel ButlerSamuel Butler
As Pastor
Scott A. MartinScott A. Martin
As Richard Turner
Vernel BagnerisVernel Bagneris
As Judge Winslow
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

Recap

The scene opens with Dwight and Whitehead arriving on a scene of a crime. A police officer has been shot. His name is Don Ekler and Dwight says that he knows him and says that he was a good guy. He asks Officer Sutton to look around for the gun that killed Don. Lt. Rice comes up and tells that his partner, Clay Williams, went for some coffee and Dwight tells that they are going to need to get the schedule for the patrol car. Rice tells that she took them so that they wouldn’t get “borrowed”. She tells Whitehead and Dwight that Don was being investigated by Internal Affairs. She says that she wants Dwight to work with Internal Affairs on this and make sure that they honor Don. Whitehead takes offense and tells her that she can’t split them up. Dwight agrees and asks if they could have someone else. She says that she has to report this to Don’s wife and tells Dwight to go with her. Dwight tells Whitehead that it is nothing and says that they just have to find the killer...

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Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Ben HarperFaithfully Remain 
Charles BradleyHow Long 
Eddie & ErnieThanks for Yesterday 
Five AlarmHit the Road 
Junior WellsSnach It Back & Hold It 
Waylon JenningsRamblin' Man 


Other Episode Crew

CreatorLiz W. Garcia  |  Joshua Harto
Executive ProducerJan Nash  |  Liz W. Garcia  |  George Clooney  |  Joshua Harto  |  Grant Heslov
Co-Executive ProducerMichael Katleman  |  Abby Wolf (1)
ProducerChristopher Morgan  |  Luke Watson (1)
Co-ProducerAlissa M. Kantrow
Consulting ProducerBill Chais
Associate ProducerErin Mitchell
Production DesignerLauren Crasco
EditorMark Strand
CastingAmanda Mackey Johnson  |  Cathy Sandrich  |  Meagan Lewis
Unit Production ManagerChristopher Morgan
First Assistant DirectorAlan Breton
Second Assistant DirectorGeorge Bott
MusicKeb' Mo'  |  A. Patrick Rose
Music EditorMichael Alexander (1)
Music SupervisorJennifer Reeve  |  Evyen Klean
Costume DesignerKelli Jones
Set DecoratorLisa Tong
Property MasterStan Gilbert (1)
Supervising Sound EditorMike Marchain
Re-Recording MixerBill Smith  |  Yuri Reese
Director of PhotographyDan Stoloff
Sound MixerDaniel Izen
Executive Story EditorJim Adler  |  Blair Singer
Casting AssociateKate Caldwell
Head HairstylistCarl Variste
Head Make-up ArtistStacey Herbert
 
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