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Mafia arc, episodes 42-46. (Episode 42 in Season Two)

ARC GUEST CAST

Patti D'Arbanville as Amber Twine
Robert Davi as Albert Cerrico
George O. Petrie as Don Auippo
Elsa Raven as Carlotta Terranova Auippo
John Snyder as Joey Grosset
Anne De Salvo as Gina Grosset
Michael Chiklis as Carlo Spoletta
Chazz Palminteri as Peter Alatorre
Tony Romano as Poochy Pompio

Episode 43. "A Rightful Place." Wednesday, 10 pm. 9/20/1989.

Writer: David J. Burke.
Director: Robert Iscove.

PLOT

The attempt on Aiuppo's life upsets the balance of power, and Cerrico courts favor with Vinnie for his claim to Aiuppo's seat on the table.

CAST

Mariangela Pino
Sean Christian Davi as Albert Cerrico, Jr.

COMMENTS

Good scenes include Frank giving AB negative blood for Auippo. This episode is the one where Frank arrives at Amber’s and interrupts one of prime-time’s steamiest sex scenes between Vinnie and Amber, with great reactions by Frank when he figures it out. His comments to Amber about the job are great, too. Unfortunately, the sex scene is often trimmed down a bit in syndication.

LINES

"You, you disappear on me for fifteen hours. You leave my car. You don’t say anything. I’m having a heart attack!"

"Are you all right? You're very flush."

"Listen. I’m really sorry but you had me worried."

(To Amber) "Yes, and if you love him you better accept it because he won’t give it up for you. I’m ordering protection for you. I’m sorry."


Episode 44. "Battle of the Barge." Wednesday, 10 pm. 9/27/1989.

Writer: Clifton Campbell.
Director: Robert Iscove.

PLOT

Cerrico raises a stink in Chinatown over control of garbage collection; Amber finds Vinnie's dirty business is tainting their relationship.

CAST

George Kee Cheung as Chin
Francois Chau

COMMENTS

More black tie for Frank in the big shoot-out at the opera. This opera house? theater? auditorium? is beautiful and distinctive, and every television show that films in Vancouver seems to use it at least once.

LINES

"…and remember, the opera is not over ‘til the fat lady sings."

"What you doing with the guns, goombahs? You put it down, damn you, you put it down."

"You tell me where he is, I’ll go harass him instead of you."


Episode 45. "Sins of the Father." Wednesday, 10 pm. 10/4/1989.

Writer: Stephen Kronish.
Director: David J. Burke.

PLOT

Gangbuster gubernatorial candidate Alatorre seeks to expose another gangster, and Vinnie is a likely candidate.

CAST

Walter Olkewicz
Mariangelo Pino
Sean Christian Davi as Albert Cerrico, Jr.

COMMENTS

Frank cuts himself shaving (shirtless scene) to cover the fact JB had a dog bite on his lip.

Frank has a good scene where he must reveal Vinnie’s undercover agent status to Alatorre to convince him not to announce Vinnie position in the mob as part of his political campaign.

LINES

"I have a man that’s on the line here."

"I am not talking about business. Now you listen to me. I am talking about a man who is as dedicated to his work as you are to yours. You’re talking about putting the mark of Cain on him that he’ll never be able to erase, talking about turning him into a pariah. You’re talking about ruining his life."

"I’m tryin’ to save my friend, Peter."

(Do I have your vote?) "I live in Jersey. For you, I move."


Episode 46. "Heir to the Throne." Wednesday, 10 pm. 10/11/1989.

Writer: Alphonse Ruggiero, Jr.
Director: Bill Corcoran.

PLOT

Grosset plots a power play against Aiuppo, and Cerrico plans to seize control of the mob.

CAST

Tom McBeath as Kurfurs

LINES

"That’s not an answer. Would you kill him?"

"You're a part of my family, too, Vinnie. I don't want to see a member of my family hurt anymore than you do."

(listening to the bug) "Take the deal, just take the deal. I can’t believe we just got a shot at all of them."

"They’re taking it! Never in my wildest dreams. We’ve been given a gift, Vince. A gift. You take ‘em."

"Come on, Gina, take it like a man."

*Episode 47. "Sleepwalk." Wednesday, 10 pm. 10/25/1989. (non arc episode)

Writers: David J. Burke, Clifton Campbell.
Director: Matthew Meshekoff.

PLOT

Vinnie and Amber have a relationship summit in the country, setting aside the one thing that draws them together—great sex—at the advice of a therapist.

CAST

Patti D'Arbanville as Amber Twine
Ebbe Roe Smith as Fred
Pamela Dunlap as Sheila

COMMENTS

In this episode Dan has Vinnie and Frank over for dinner, so that Frank and Dan can try to convince Vinnie it’s time to give up fieldwork. Vinnie refuses.

LINES

"Vinnie, you're a great player in a dangerous game. But the game takes its toll. When you lose your edge the consequences can be fatal."

(about being out of the field) "You want honest? Honest is, it sucks. But you sleep with both eyes closed. When’s the last time you got a good night’s sleep?"

"Yes, I'm right. That's why I'm the boss."


*Episode 48. "How Will They Remember Me?" Wednesday, 10 pm. 11/1/1989. (non arc episode, no JB)

Writer: Stephen Kronish, Alphonse Ruggiero, Jr.
Director: William Fraker.

PLOT

Vinnie finds an old notebook of his father's that reveals a dark episode between his father and the mob.

CAST

Ken Wahl as John Terranova
Patti D'Arbanville as Theresa Demonte
Chazz Palminteri as Sam Roselli
Jesse Doran as Nick
Robert Miranda as Angelo

COMMENTS

The majority of this episode is a black and white story set in the past about Vinnie’s father’s brush with organized crime.


*Episode 49. "People Do It All the Time." Wednesday, 10 pm. 11/8/1989. (non arc episode)

Writer: Suzanne Oshry.
Director: Jonathan Sanger.

PLOT

Lifeguard has mixed emotions about becoming a grandfather, and his son-in-law takes illegal work on a building project.

CAST

Lisa Waltz as Lauren Burroughs
John Philbin as Stephen
Pamela Dunlap as Sheila

COMMENTS

Good scenes include Frank talking to Dan about grandchildren (see lines) and Frank enjoying his free weekend with classical music and a comfy chair.

LINES

"You're getting old, I'm getting old, we're getting old. At least you're going to be able to grow up with your grandchild. By the time that happens to me he'll be screaming into my hearing aid and wiping the drool off my chin."

"If I was an expert on familial affairs, I would not be sleeping alone in a house that I rent from you, I would not be seeing my kid every other weekend and I wouldn’t be sittin’ by the phone waiting for the bitch to call hoping that she’s asking to get back together again."

"I got a weekend off from crime and corruption, I’m trying to enjoy a good book, a good beer, a good Beethoven—a man’s castle."


*Episode 50. "The Reunion." Wednesday, 10 pm. 11/15/1989.

Writers: David J. Burke, Alphonse Ruggiero, Jr.
Director: William Fraker.

PLOT

At his 15-year high school reunion, Vinnie reacquaints himself with two old friends, one a mob lawyer, one a police detective with an interest in his criminal record.

CAST

Cathy Moriarty as Denise Denelle
Tony Ganios as Mike "Mooch" Caccatori

COMMENTS

Good scenes include the midnight doorstep talk with Vince and sweeping Vinnie's house for bugs.

COSTUME

Frank needs a disguise to preserve Vinnie’s cover and uses Groucho glasses, to Vinnie’s amusement.

Lots of costume variations in this episode, including a red tropical shirt, an undershirt and blue bathrobe, and our old friend, a gray cloth cap.

LINES

"I haven’t been away from a bathroom for more than ten minutes since my second day in Mexico. Did you know your house is exactly ten minutes from the airport?"

"You know, all I wanted to do was lay in the sun and read a book. In the first twenty-four hours I got sun poisoning, Montezuma’s revenge, and I stepped on a sea urchin."

"I’m thrilled for you. Now I’m going back to bed."

"Oh, Vinnie, it’s very late, it’s cold…"

"Because you want to tell her you’re a cop too and you want me to talk you out of it. You know… you want to show everybody your badge. If you’d just get out of undercover work like I been telling you to you could pin it in the middle of your forehead or wherever else you want to pin it."

(Groucho glasses ‘disguise’) "No, I won’t take it off and you damn well better take me seriously!"

"And the secret word is 'surveillance.'"

Washington arc, episodes 51-54.

ARC CAST

Norman Lloyd as General Leland Masters
Kim Griest as Katherine Gallager
Stephen Joyce as Admiral Walter Strichen
Robert Harper as Dewitt Clipton
Ray Stricklyn as Senator Pickering
Georgeann Johnson as Senator Janet Getzloff
Ford Rainey as Prescott Wilson
Stan Shaw as Major Vernon Biggs

Episode 51. "Day One." Wednesday, 10 pm. 11/29/1989.

Writers: David J. Burke, Stephen Kronish, Alphonse Ruggiero, Jr., Clifton Campbell. Director: Mario Van Peebles.

PLOT

Mr. Terranova goes to Washington, where he is recruited by a general to investigate a counterfeiting operation of international scope.

CAST

Robin Gammell as Senator Delaney
Ken Camroux as Dr. Valenti

COMMENTS

Cute bit with Frank putting his hand on his heart. Formal black tie again at the party.

LINES

"Things are not normal around here, Vince."

"These are dangerous men, Vinnie. They’ve tasted power and they’re addicted to it."

"Mark, you listen to me. These are your guys. They’re the best in the world. You let them do their job."

"He doesn’t care about having high schools named after him."


Episode 52. "Day Four." Wednesday, 10 pm. 12/6/1989.

Writers: David J. Burke, Stephen Kronish, Alphonse Ruggiero, Jr., Clifton Campbell. Director: Reynaldo Villalobos.

PLOT

As Vinnie pursues his investigation, he suspects the General may be behind the plot.

CAST

Jeff Irvine as Kevin Sherlock
Donna Caroll White as Claire Valenti
Andrea Burchill as M. Valenti

COMMENTS

Good reaction when Vinnie throws their boss out of the War Room. (See LINES)

LINES

"You know you just threw the second assistant Attorney General out of his own War Room? (So what?) So I always wanted to do that."

"You can't fight in here. This is the War Room."


Episode 53. "Day Seven." Wednesday, 10 pm. 12/13/1989.

Writers: David J. Burke, Stephen Kronish, Alphonse Ruggiero, Jr., Clifton Campbell. Director: William Fraker.

PLOT

Vinnie heads for Utah where he finds evidence, but perhaps too easily, so he visits a billionaire recluse who may hold the key to the case.

CAST

Robin Gammell as Senator Delaney
Jason Bernard as the Attorney General
Bill Croft as the deputy sheriff

COSTUME

The gray cloth cap is back.

LINES

"So it’s true, Senator, with age comes the inevitable loss of ideals."

"They’re passport administrators!"


Episode 54. "Day Nine." Wednesday, 10 pm. 12/20/1989.

Writers: David J. Burke, Stephen Kronish, Alphonse Ruggiero, Jr., Clifton Campbell. Director: Les Sheldon.

PLOT

Vinnie is made the fall guy in the counterfeit investigation, prompting the Attorney General to suspend and investigate him.

CAST

Jason Bernard as the Attorney General
Jay Braseau as Ovitz

COMMENTS

The scene with Vinnie at the Jefferson Monument is good, as is the confrontation with Prescott Wilson, and the emotion when Frank reinstates Vince.

LINES

"At some point, you’re going to have to deal with reality. You want to rely on the truth. The reality is, there is no truth – the truth is what Stryken and Masters want it to be."

"You don’t give me a song and dance. You tell the old man to come down off his mountain or I’m going to go up there and shoot him."

(Mexican standoff with Wilson on the ski lift) "Now it's a big hole or it's a little one. Either way, we're both dead."

"Now, my friend is a good man, he needs your help. And there is nothing in this world that you have to do that is more important than that."

"The system depends on decency and honesty and interest by the majority, Vince. And the majority is decent and honest. Thank God."

"You're not the only one who spent nights reading
those words at the Jefferson. And if those words are the foundation on which we're built, we are the greatest country on earth."

*Episode 55. "Meet Mike McPike." Wednesday, 10 pm. 1/10/1990. (non arc episode)

Writer: Frank Megna.
Director: Robert Woodruff.

PLOT

McPike's incorrigible father is kicked out of a rest home, and McPike reluctantly puts him up, but his father demands Frank reconcile with Jenny, or he won't leave.

CAST

John Kellogg as Mike McPike
Elizabeth Ruscio as Jenny McPike

COMMENTS

A superb Frank episode. Good scenes include Frank telling Vinnie about his childhood (see LINES), telling Mike about Jenny leaving him, the confrontations with Jenny, and offering to let Mike stay with him. It’s all great stuff.

COSTUME

A very flattering jeans and sweater combo in this episode.

LINES

"No, my father isn’t dead. He’s alive. He’s very much alive."

"I promise there won’t be any more pizza riots."

"Well, a little sexual activity at his age, I mean, it’s a healthy thing, isn’t it?"

"Do the women complain?"

"Living with Big Mike was like living in a bowling alley. He’d take issue with anything just to start an argument. He’s cantankerous, he’s unruly, belligerent, he’s rude, treats women like squeeze toys, meaner than a snake – yeah, he’s one hell of a guy."

"Vince, you and I didn't grow up the same way. With you everything's family, it's hugs, it's kisses, you go over to Mama's house for sauce on Sundays. I didn't have that. I wish I had that. I wish I had just one little piece of that. But I didn't. Not even close. And the reason for that is asleep there in the back seat."

"You know, not everyone rolls along in their life like you, Pop. Some people aren’t afraid to stop and face the music."

"Yeah, Pop, you got the back, I got the spine."

"Yeah, Jenny. Sweet, adorable Jenny. She crawled into a bottle and wouldn’t come out for anyone—not for me, not for her son, and for damn sure not for mile-a-minute indestructible Mike McPike."

"And when she got back on her feet again, she turned me out. She had her new liver, her new life, and too much resentment from me. I put my job, I put everything I believed in on the line to save her, and she turned me out. And it eats at me, Dad, it eats at me, it eats at me every minute of every day. But there you are."

(To Jenny) "You know what? I would rather crawl across broken glass than ask you for anything, but anything short of bloodshed I don’t know how I’d get him out of my house."

"I am not the sole creator of crap in this house. For nineteen years you leaned on me and I let you do it because everything you did led me to believe that was what you wanted."

"You look at me. I'm a mess. I'm 44 years old. My wife doesn't have time, my son doesn't respect me, and I just have an annoying acquaintance with my father."

"I don’t want anything to happen to you. You’re my dad."


*Episode 56. "To Die in Bettendorf." Wednesday, 10 pm. 1/17/1990. (non arc episode)

Writer: Morgan Gendel.
Director: Jorge Montesi.

PLOT

Sid Royce emerges from the witness protection program to take revenge on McPike.

CAST

Dennis Lipscomb as Sid Royce aka Elvis Prim
Elizabeth Ruscio as Jenny McPike
Holland Taylor as Allison Royce
David Myers as Edwin Lucas

COMMENTS

Another great Frank-centered episode. His annoyed but rueful reactions to Jenny's success, as shown by her car and her connections, are great. The attempt at a romantic evening at the restaurant, including the dance and the kiss, are lovely, and the confrontation with Sid, knowing what it will do to his reconciliation with Jenny when he shoots Sid, is superb.

LINES

"Me? Oh, honey, I found out a lot of new things since we’re separated. I can broil a mean steak, comparison shopping’s become a big part of my life. I’m lonely. When I’m totally involved in a case, I work twenty hours a day. I drag myself home, throw myself into bed, I’m absorbed in what I’m doing. I suppose it was pretty much that way when we were together. But in the down times, between assignments, on those rainy Sunday afternoons, it hits me really hard how lonely I am, how much I miss being married. I never thought of it as a need, just a fact. But I do miss it. I’m not trying to pressure you, Jenny, at least I don’t think I am, I hope I’m not, it’s just a realization."

"Dealing with these feelings? You know, I really don't want to be a yuppie."

"Comes back to the work, doesn’t it? It’s always the work. You, now that you’re doing what you’re doing, you’re helping people celebrate life. I do what I do, I watch people destroy life. What I do is not a healthy thing. But it’s a necessary thing… Havin’ fun?"

"A hero, huh? I'm one horny hero."

"So what, Sid’s a coward. So his wife left him? Good. Now he knows how I feel. Edwin, leave me out of this."

"No, I’m not trying to negotiate with you. If Jenny wasn’t here, I’d kick your brains out. Go on, I don’t care. See, fifteen months ago, my wife kicked me out of the house… So if you envy me, don’t envy me my life. Envy me my freedom. For over a year I’ve been living out of a suitcase, I dine out of paper bags and plastic containers, my son is the occasional visitor in whatever hovel I’m living in. You see, what you dropped in on here was the first date since I got the boot. You didn’t fall into suburban heaven here, Elvis. The love in this mundane dwelling is totally one-sided."

"Edwin, if Sid doesn't get his Boo-boo back, he's going to shoot me."

"It rings in my ears, Jenny, it’s there all the time, it’s there right now. In twenty years of police work, all the times that I’ve used my gun, I have never been a sniper."

"I’m sorry too, Jenny, I just want you to know I believe I had no other choice."

"I didn’t do it for you, Jenny. No matter who was being held hostage I would have done it. At least that’s what I keep telling myself."


*Episode 57. "Romp." Wednesday, 10 pm. 2/7/1990. (non arc episode)

Writer: Davey Lovejoy.
Director: Ken Wahl.

PLOT

Vinnie joins some old high-school buddies for a bachelor party, but the groom reveals he owes money to a loan shark. (No JB.)

CAST

Tony Ganios as Mike "Mooch" Caccatori
Jim Youngs as Jimmy Vitale
Mariska Hargitay as Debbie Amico

Lynchboro-Seattle arc, episodes 58-64.

ARC CAST

Steve Ryan as Mark Volchak
William Russ as Roger Lococco
Darlanne Fleugel as Lacey
David Strathaim as Sheriff "Stem" Stemkowsky
James Stacy as Rogo
Neil Gray Guintoli as Deputy Wollovick
Frank C. Turner as Rev. Adams
Vincent Guastaferro as John Kousakis
Bonnie Bartlett as Harriet Weiss
Eddie Bracken as Father Patrick
Lora Zane as Nona Poe
Leo V. Gordon as Charlie Boden

Episode 58. "A One Horse Town." Wednesday, 10 pm. 2/14/1990.

Writer: David J. Burke.
Director: Peter D. Marshall.

PLOT

Vinnie goes undercover as a deputy in a Northwest town run by a recluse.

CAST

John Nesci
Lochlyn Munro as Bobby Lambert
Jerry Wasserman as Max

COMMENTS

When Frank sees Vinnie undercover as a deputy manning a speed trap, instead of in the swankiness of his earlier jobs, he’s thrilled at Vinnie’s expense. (see LINES)

COSTUME

The gray cloth cap figures in most of this arc.

LINES

"Do you know that pizza costs twenty-five dollars in this town?"

"You know, ever since we started working together, through the yachts, the private jets, the limousines, I have hoped, nay prayed, that once, just once, you would experience undercover work as I have known it. What I have gotten is satisfaction. Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Well, give me a call, Barney."

"Oh, stop. You’re not gonna die. I’m gonna die from earning a living like this."


Episode 59. "His Master's Voice." Wednesday, 10 pm. 3/7/1990.

Writer: Robert Engels.
Director: James A. Contner.

PLOT

A serial killer's trail leads to Lynchboro, and Vinnie's investigation opens up new information on Volchak.

CAST

Jerry Wasserman as Max
Cavan Cunningham as Red
Roman Podhora as Jeff

COMMENTS

The episode ends with Vinnie fleeing the scene after seeing another man he worked with die by electrocuting himself (as Sonny did.)

LINES

"Um-hm. Well, bad taste in films isn’t a criminal offense."

"You don’t ask federal agents to go slowly and quietly."

"Everybody stand back, it’s a live wire."


Episode 60. "Hello, Buckwheat." Wednesday, 10 pm3/14/1990.

Writers: David J. Burke, Stephen Kronish.
Director: Jonathan Sanger.

PLOT

Vinnie's goes AWOL after Stem's suicide, and Lococco arrives to nail Volchek.

CAST

Jeffrey Lyons as himself
Michelle Goodger as Carole Epstein

COMMENTS

This episode reveals that Vinnie has stayed in touch with Roger, and trusts him enough to send him to help Frank finish up in Lynchboro. Frank is extremely worried about Vinnie, and good scenes include waiting in the motel for news, and a sort of wake with Roger (see LINES). Another good touch is drumming his feet in the car.

LINES

"Vinnie’s gone. He snapped. He took my car. Can you track him?"

"I’m authorizing it, Uncle. You put whatever addenda you want on it. It’s for his own good."

"I know how devastating it was to have two men electrocute themselves in front of his face.."

"Nah, nah, nah, let me tell you something. It’s not a bromide. I was there. I was there both times. I had to swallow the urge to bolt, to say I can’t take it any more, and I wanna get the hell out of here, but I signed on to do the job."

"Well, I think it’s ugly, too, and I don’t want to look at it, but I’m doing it because I said I would. There are people that depend on me and I'm not talking about the men I answer to. I'm talking about the men I work with shoulder to shoulder. I have a loyalty to them that transcends my own comfort."

"I'm more than angry. I'm disappointed in someone I thought I knew. He understands what's righteous and loyal. And I miss him. I miss him. I miss my friend. And I'm worried about him."

"I am a federal agent. I have an image to maintain."


Episode 61. "Let Them Eat Cake." Wednesday, 10 pm. 3/21/1990.

Writers: Clifton Campbell, Robert Engels.
Director: James A. Contner.

PLOT

Vinnie flees to Seattle; McPike has a plan to get Volchek, but Roger has ideas of his own.

CAST

Jerry Wasserman as Max
Cavan Cunningham as Red
Roman Podhora as Jeff

LINES

"I do not like it here in Lynchboro. I need to get out."

"Oh, Uncle, I feel so rusty. First time in a long time Vinnie’s not the guy at the other end of the rope."

"Well, you just interfered with a federal investigation in a big way."


Episode 62. "Meltdown." Wednesday, 10 pm. 3/28/1990.

Writers: Clifton Campbell, Stephen Kronish.
Director: Frank E. Johnson.

PLOT

Lococco and McPike try to save Lynchboro by attacking Volchek's obsession; Vinnie finds a ring of toxic polluters in Seattle.

CAST

Mina E. Mina as the pawnbroker

COMMENTS

The solution to Volchak’s problem is to alter the ending of Mr. Sardonicus (the film Volchak obsesses about) so Frank, Roger, and Lacey act out a new ending. Frank acts Kroll (same name as his character on Otherworld) the scarred assistant. More thematic dead dogs appear in this story. A great scene is when Frank protests to Roger about rewatching the film (see LINES.)

LINES

"This investigation has cost me the best agent I ever worked with, not to mention a friend for life. I wanna get something out of this."

"I do not want to watch this movie again. I’ve seen it. I’m not going to glean anything new from it except a headache from a different lobe."

"Couldn't we just eat rats?" (rather than watch the film again)

"And I'm definitely not going to kill a dog."

(About playing Kroll) "let me tell you something, Buckwheat. This is stupid. This is nuts and it’s not going to work."

"So for this eye thing I'm gonna forgive you. You're not eating."


Episode 63. "Sanctuary." Wednesday, 10 pm. 4/11/1990.

Writers: David J. Burke, Robert Engels.
Director: William Fraker.

PLOT

With the Lynchboro case resolved, McPike and Lifeguard track Vinnie in Seattle, where he has sought sanctuary in a church.

CAST

Frank C. Turner as Rev. Adams
Arnie Walter as Emmett Soul

COMMENTS

Good scenes include Frank’s attitude at Nona's. When he finally finds Vinnie, after a long search, there is a great reunion hug-- then Kousakis shoots Frank and Father Patrick.

LINES

"So what? I live my life by the rules. That doesn't deserve just a merry 'oh, so what.' It's what keeps me from taking a gun sometimes and blowing my brains out."

"This is a mess. Now you tell me how long we’re gonna keep it from the OCB that one of their own is going around murdering local thugs."

"Oh, the church. The church. How many Catholic churches can there be in Seattle? Let’s go."

"Three more lectures on the separation of church and state and the papal position on sanctuary. That’s just great."

"I haven’t spent this much time in church since confirmation."

"We have plenty of time for my bad temper later. I'm just glad you're all right."

"How would you like me to handle this? Like I never saw you?"


Episode 64. "Brrump-Bump!" Wednesday, 10 pm. 4/18/1990.

Writer: Robert Engels.
Director: Peter D. Marshall.

PLOT

Kousakis goes mad, and stalks those that injured him.

CAST

John Bear Curtis as Mickey Rivers
Matthew Walker as Dunk

COMMENTS

Frank is pronounced dead at the hospital, but revives.