The Defenders (2010–2011)
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Noland v. Galloway Pharmaceuticals 

Two separates incidents of victims overdosing on epinephrine prompt Nick and Pete to sue a Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company for faulty packaging. Meanwhile, Lisa has a secret affair with ... See full summary »

Director:

Christine Moore

Writers:

Kevin Kennedy (creator), Niels Mueller (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jim Belushi ... Nick Morelli
Jerry O'Connell ... Pete Kaczmarek
Jurnee Smollett-Bell ... Lisa Tyler
Tanya Fischer ... Zoey Waters
Kuno Becker ... Tony Velasco
David Ramsey ... A.D.A. Matt Ward
Judith Hoag ... Courtney Noland
Christopher Cousins ... Rick Neville
Jonathan Chase ... EMT Jason
William Russ ... EMT Carrick
Stephanie Y. Wang ... Sonya Lee
Monnae Michaell ... Judge Bass
Andrew Borba ... Dr. Cassidy
Caleb Moody Caleb Moody ... Sgt. Jon Berry
A.D. Johnson ... Luke Noland (as Aaron David Johnson)
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Storyline

Two separates incidents of victims overdosing on epinephrine prompt Nick and Pete to sue a Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company for faulty packaging. Meanwhile, Lisa has a secret affair with ADA Ward while contemplating an intriguing job offer. Written by CBS Publicity

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 February 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Goofs

Two individuals with diagnosed deadly food allergies are depicted, neither of whom carries an epinephrine pen. During the trial, Pete eats a piece of shrimp in order to make a point about allergic reactions. Nick injects him with epinephrine, which cures him. Anyone with a diagnosed deadly food allergy carries an emergency pen. And, any medical provider or allergic individual knows the emergency injection is only a temporary "fix". It provides time for the individual to get EMT care or to an emergency room. The allergen is still in the individual's system, and it must be neutralized. See more »

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