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A despondent father comes to Dwight to help search for his missing daughter. When it appears she may have been the victim of foul play, suspicion immediately falls on her abusive husband. Lt. Rice finds herself left out of a big piece of family news, and Whitehead goes to a surprising source when he needs to brush up his firearm skills.

Source: TNT

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x3
Production Number: 203
Airdate: Tuesday June 28th, 2011

Director: Aaron Lipstadt
Writer: Jim Adler

Alternate Airdates:

AU (Nine Network) Sep 03, 2012

Guest Stars
Clayne CrawfordClayne Crawford
As Derek Simon
Holland RodenHolland Roden
As Jill Creskoe / Jill Simon
Wade WilliamsWade Williams
As Ted Creskoe

Co-Guest Stars
Lance E. NicholsLance E. Nichols
As Hank Miller (D.A.)
Lloyd DillonLloyd Dillon
As store employee
Nedal YousefNedal Yousef
As Arkansas trooper (as Ned Yousef)
Tony BentleyTony Bentley
As Edwin (Insurance Agent)
Main Cast
Jason LeeJason Lee
As Dwight Hendricks
Sam HenningsSam Hennings
As Charlie White
DJ QuallsDJ Qualls
As Davey Sutton
Leonard Earl HowzeLeonard Earl Howze
As Reginald Greenback
Alfre WoodardAlfre Woodard
As Lt. Tanya Rice


The scene opens with Dwight and Whitehead at the firing range. Dwight shows that he has great marksmanship whereas Whitehead doesn’t have any. Dwight teases him and asks if he got startled by the gunfire. They get into the station and Sutton sniffs them and says that he loves the smell of gunpowder in the morning. He tells that they got Smart Phone upgrades and every Detective gets one so that they can keep in touch each other better. Dwight tries to decline, but Sutton says that they don’t have a choice. Dwight sees a man sitting down and Sutton says that his name is Ted Creskoe. He says that Ted wants to report a missing person. Dwight sits down with Ted and asks about the missing person. It is Jill, Ted’s 21-year-old daughter, who has been missing for 4 years. Ted says that he hasn’t had the chance to tell that Jill’s mother Lila passed away and says that Jill always sent a card once a month and she hasn’t written a card for a month. The last card was a “see you soon” card. Dwight tells that he will see what he can do...

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Other Episode Crew

CreatorLiz W. Garcia  |  Joshua Harto
Executive ProducerGeorge Clooney  |  Jan Nash  |  Liz W. Garcia  |  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
EditorArge O'Neal
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 EditorBlair Singer  |  Jim Adler
Makeup Department Head Stacey Herbert  |  Courtney Lether
Casting AssociateKate Caldwell
Head HairstylistCarl Variste
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