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Shark: Russo

A double murder in a Malibu beach house owned by renowned "dirty" private investigator Harry Russo, who has history with Stark, has the D.A.'s office in a tizzy. Russo has been under investigation for two years and Jessica Devlin has been building a grand jury case against him. This may be the break she needs to bring him down.

Russo claims not to know the man on trial for murder and when that is proven wrong, he tries to hide behind the confidentiality he promises his clients.

Meanwhile, Julie begins to fall for a boy in her class and begins to help him with his term paper, but leaves little time for her own.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 1AMK03
Airdate: Thursday October 12th, 2006

Director: Ron Lagomarsino
Writer: Kevin Falls

Alternate Airdates:

UK (Channel 5) Apr 12, 2007
BE (VTM) Jul 03, 2007
AU (Seven) Dec 04, 2007
DE (Vox) Feb 04, 2008

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7/10 (1 Vote cast)
Guest Stars
Matt Lanter
As Eddie Linden
Recurring
Aaron D. Spears
As Detective
Angela Chee
As TV Reporter
Ariel Llinas
As Detective #2
Candace Kroslak
As Hot Date
Craig Susser
As Taylor Garrett
John Rubinstein
As Lance Horning
Rebecca Marshall
As Lisa Gable
Thomas Garner
As Ballistics Expert
William Forsythe
As Harry Russo
Cultural References
Russo: What's with the Boy Wonder over here?

Russo pokes fun at Martin's maladroit questioning by comparing him to Batman's sidekick, Robin, who is often called the Boy Wonder (or worse, depending on who's doing the talking). Russo wants Martin to understand that he considers him a side-kick to Stark, and of little importance.



Warning: Shark season 1 episode 4 guide may contain spoilers
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