When Jim finds the ex-Navy Seal owner of his favorite food truck dead in the truck's kitchen, he ends up embroiled in a heated political battle between the new wave of gourmet food trucks and the established boardwalk restaurants.




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Episode credited cast:
Callie Cargill
Carlos Sanchez (as Carlos Gomez)
Colleen Manus
Councilman Greg Dousett
Chef Lana Kim
Vanessa Russo
Dr. Miranda Buckley
Tony Acosta
Bob Kranz ...
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Van Banoovong ...
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Joseph G Daniels ...
Johnathan Moody
Eduardo M. Freyre ...
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Jim finds his favorite taco truck cook Tony Acosta, an ex-Navy Seal, dead in his food truck, fatally shot around dawn. He was on bad terms with some colleagues, all of whom were targeted by the boardwalk restaurants, whose cause to banish the trucks was championed by city councilman Greg Dousett, a known police supporter, who posed as Iraq marines veteran at a monument unveiling. Jim tries to dodge Jennifer Starke's observation of his sometimes to unorthodox methods and commiserates with Callie's tough time on Dr. Miranda Buckley's Atlanta hospital staff. Written by KGF Vissers

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Action | Crime | Drama | Mystery





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1 July 2012 (USA)  »

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Being from Hollywood Fl I'd be willing 2 bet the 2nd scene where all food trucks are on beach is at Garfield Street beach. Famous for their paddle ball courts. Can anyone confirm?. If so, That restaurant on corner has been there over 35 yrs. It is also the beach where all the South Broward High and Hollywood Hills high kids would cover most of that beach every Sat and Sunday in the late 70's ! Each school lined up there chairs on opposite sides but intermingled. See more »


At the murder scene, at Tony's food truck, Carlos extracts a bullet from the back wall with a pair of forceps, looks at it, and immediately identifies it as a 9mm. There is only, at most, a two-one thousandths difference between 9mm, .38, .380, and .357 bullets, and it would take a precise measurement with a micrometer as well as precise weight measurements, to determine the specific caliber of the bullet. See more »

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