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Detectives Stark and Bailey try to right a wrong after Dan's trial testimony leads to a dismissal. Dan bets Jack $3.52 that he will be able to get Wayne Young back in prison. Will he be able to win the bet?


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x5
Production Number: 504210-102/S102
Airdate: Monday June 28th, 2010

Director: Stephen Surjik
Writer: Matt Nix

Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky 2) Jul 27, 2012

  • Currently 7.3/10
7.3/10 (10 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
RonReaco Lee
As Julius Grant
Recurring
David Dayan Fisher
As MIkkel Anderson
Gregg Henry
As Wayne Young
Kevin Sussman
As Skeeter

Co-Guest Stars
Joel Spence
As Det. Hodges
Recurring
Carlos Guzman
As Drug Lord
Jason Douglas
As Lucas O'Neill
Jimmy Dale Hartsell
As Store Owner
Ramsay Williams
As Shop Employee
Main Cast
Colin Hanks
As Det. Jack Bailey
Bradley Whitford
As Det. Dan Stark
Jenny Wade
As A.D.A. Liz Traynor
Diana-Maria Riva
As Lt. Ana Ruiz

Recap

The episode begins with Dan Stark and Jack Bailey in a truck trailer, about to jump out and give “the element of surprise” as Dan puts it. They jump out and there are guys with guns shooting at them. Flashback to 45 hours earlier and Dan is on the stand at the trial of Wayne Young. Liz asks Dan if he sees the man that was driving the truck that was used for drug trafficking. Young’s lawyer then cross-examines Dan and asks him what methods he used to find out that Young’s plates were from Waco, Texas and thus giving him the right to pull him over. The whole time Dan keeps asking if he is still under oath. Flashback 3 months earlier, Dan is questioning Young’s business partner, Paco, about details of the truck. Dan tells him that he has a bomb and puts it down his pants. Back in the court room, Dan says that it wasn’t really a bomb and that it was really a transistor radio with the back removed. Young's lawyer moves for dismissal and it is granted. Outside the courtroom, Liz is upset that Jack didn’t control his partner and he tells her that he is hard to control. Dan blew the case and Jack is furious because it was the State’s case and that he filed paperwork for a week on it. He says that they need resources to try to get Young again but that the investigation is over and that means no resources. But Dan bets $3.52 to Jack that he can get Young back in jail...

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Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
SteppenwolfMagic Carpet Ride (Remix with Philip Steir)Escape from the Little Trading Post Curio Shop
WolfmotherWoman 


Episode Quotes
Dan.: Sounds like we're on a two lane highway in a flat rural area.
Jack.: Dan, this is Texas, alright you just described 10000 square miles.

visual: Dan fires his gun at the wall of the trailer and the bullet ricochets off
Jack.: God, God!, What are you insane! Stop that!
Dan.: I'm trying' to put a hole in the wall so the cell phone wavey thingies can get out.
Jack.: Dan, the phones aren't working because these walls are made with reinforced steel. So if you shoot at 'em, the only thing you're gonna put a hole in, is one of us!

Jack.: That backup's twenty minutes away at least. At the rate we're going, we're gonna be dead in ten, give or take a minute or two
Dan.: That sounds about right. We gotta bring the bad guys to the backup. If they see us run out of here with this brick, they're gonna follow us. We'll meet up with the cavalry in route.
Jack.: That's a good idea Dan, or it would be if we had any mode of transportation at all and we weren't getting shot at.
Dan.: Way ahead of you, take a look.
Jack.: (Glancing out the window) We'll take the red one.
Dan.: That a boy! If you're gonna die, it might as well be in a hot rod!



Other Episode Crew

CreatorMatt Nix
Executive ProducerMatt Nix  |  Mikkel Bondesen  |  Zack Estrin
Co-Executive ProducerBen Wexler
ProducerMitch Engel  |  Bradley Whitford
Co-ProducerKristen Campo  |  Craig Siebels
Associate ProducerDenise Pleune
Production DesignerCraig Siebels
EditorRobert A. Ferretti  |  Daniel Gabbe
CastingRebecca Mangieri  |  Wendy Weidman  |  Barbara Fiorentino  |  Beth Sepko
Unit Production ManagerJoe Dishner
First Assistant DirectorPhilip Hardage
Second Assistant DirectorScott R. Meyers
MusicJohn Dickson
Music EditorKevin Bassinson
Music SupervisorRobin Urdang
Costume DesignerStephen M. Chudej
Key GripKerry Rike
Set DesignerStevan E. Alcala Jr.
Set DecoratorGabriella Villarreal
Location ManagerEric A. Williams
Transportation CoordinatorDavid Beard (1)
Property MasterMike Parsons
Production Sound MixerStacy Brownrigg
Script SupervisorEve Butterly
Production CoordinatorMelissa Kirkendall
Script CoordinatorPeter Lalayanis
Assistant EditorNicholas Ferrell
Post Production SupervisorDaniel Rodriguez (2)
Supervising Sound EditorAlbert Ibbotson
Re-Recording MixerDavid Raines  |  Mark Server
GafferJuan Romero
Director of PhotographyBrian J. Reynolds
Story EditorTamara Becher
Stunt CoordinatorRussell Towery
Art DirectorRob Simons
Post Production CoordinatorJason Neese
Key Makeup ArtistDarylin Nagy
Visual Effects SupervisorMat Beck
Production AccountantRick Tucker
Chief Lighting TechnicianJuan Romero
Main Title Written ByJesse Laz
"A" Camera OperatorIan Ellis (1)
Post Production SoundLarson Studios
Casting AssociateKarina Walters  |  Christopher Telles
Key HairstylistKelly Nelson (1)
Steadicam OperatorKenji Luster
Assistant To The Executive ProducerGreg Hart
Special Effects CoordinatorBob Trevino
Second Unit Director Of PhotographyAllan Westbrook
Main Title Theme Performed ByLocksley
 
Warning: The Good Guys season 1 episode 5 guide may contain spoilers
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