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Vic and David must join forces to stop the bogus 9-1-1 calls that are luring cops into deadly ambushes in the aftermath of a riot and Assistant Chief Gilroy attempts to play them against each other and destroy their careers in a desperate effort to save his own.
Tuesday June 04th, 2002
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Some deleted scenes from this episode included Danny & Julien coming to the aid of a heart attack victum, only to be scared by some kids throwing lightbulbs out of a window that sounded like gunfire.
The title is to suggest that everything has come full circle for the characters and Farmington as a whole. Hence, all the things that Vic did throughout the season cost him his family.
The Shield moved temporarily to Mondays during the summer of 2002 on June 10 at 10 P.M. when FX decided to rerun the entire first season.
|Artist||Song Title||Played When|
|Ill Nino||Nothing's Clear|| |
(After Vic busts through a fence and catches a runner)
Vic: Alright, slappy, you start talking!
Witness: S'up, man, I didn't do nothin'!
Vic: Alright! Fine! You're not a witness... (pulls crack out of pocket and plants it on witness) you're an arrest! This here's just enough to make you a trafficker!
Witness: Hey, you can't do that, man!
Vic: What? Bust drug dealers? You just made my quota for the week!
LOOK HARD -- You can see a few of the needles glued onto the skin instead of lookling like they're injected. Most look real, but at least two don't.
If you watch frame by frame on the Seaon 1 DVD, on the part where Vic stabs the shooter with the badge pin, from the time it goes in to the point where it's filly in, its two different shots. The Badge has different lighting on it from one point to the next.
As reference for the riots, its been said that several crew members watch tapes of the many riots that have taken place in L.A. from 1967 to 1992.