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Who's Afraid of Mr. Wolf? Part 2 

Pittssburgh real estate tycoon leans heavily, via political cronies, to make his brat-daughter's release top-priority, but Horst Cali refuses to 'appreciate' being owed a favor. So deputy ... See full summary »

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Steve Shill

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James DeMonaco (creator), James DeMonaco
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Donnie Wahlberg ... Captain Horst Cali
Michael Hyatt ... Lt. Connie Reubens
John Leguizamo ... Mr. Wolf / Jake Mendez
Peter Appel ... Teddy Sabian
Dana Ashbrook ... Tony
Adam Cantor ... Rocko
Geoffrey Cantor ... Abe Shelton
Steve Cirbus Steve Cirbus ... Corporal Deke Quinlan
Jeremy Davidson ... Mr. Rabbit / Henry Roman
Christine Evangelista ... Ashley Beck
Jennifer Ferrin ... Chloe
Leo Fitzpatrick ... Mr. Mouse / Michael
Frank Grillo ... Mr. Pig / Albert Roman
Michael Hogan ... Hawk
Wayne Kasserman ... Tonray
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Pittssburgh real estate tycoon leans heavily, via political cronies, to make his brat-daughter's release top-priority, but Horst Cali refuses to 'appreciate' being owed a favor. So deputy chief Abrami plans to have Cali replaced, or at least suspended, by an FBI negotiator after the first apparent failure. Wolf actually agrees to release hostages on humanitarian grounds for favors, but refuses to include the youngest, computer whiz kid Robby Sabian, and threatens to execute someone unless electrical power, which Horst ordered cut as pressure, is restored within the hour. Giving in to save a life is considered unforgivable control abandon, Abrami's ideal excuse. Written by KGF Vissers

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

22 July 2007 (USA) See more »

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Wolf and his men repeatedly call each other "soldier". No Marine would do this, they would call each other "Marine". See more »

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Can't wait to see the characters develop more personally
30 July 2007 | by lkg144See all my reviews

This series appears to offer great growth for characters. I look forward to watching the regulars mature into their roles as we learn more about their personal lives and they become more real. It is clever to have a different "star" and central cast for each series. When the characters become more well-rounded as opposed to just quirky, the series will truly take off. Are we going to learn more about the hostages and what is going on in their homes? Are we going to find out about the main characters and their personal lives? answers to these questions will help add depth to the show. I hope you definitely get picked up for another series because that will be the only way to get the feel of what you are trying to accomplish. Good Luck and I look forward to the series.


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