The Good Guys

Series Summary
Washed-up detective Dan Stark teams up with his new partner, young, by-the-book detective Jack Bailey, in the police department's property crimes division. The detectives' superior, Lt. Ana Ruiz, strives to keep them investigating seemingly minor crimes in order to keep the department out of trouble. Jack turns to his quick-witted ex-girlfriend, attorney Liz Traynor, for help with work.

Air Dates: 2010 - Present

Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime

Network: FOX

  • Season 1, Ep. 20 : PartnersDec 10, 2010

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    George Gluck (Chris Klein), assistant chief of the department and Jack's former partner, shows up when one of Liz's informants is murdered.

  • Season 1, Ep. 19 : Cop KillerDec 3, 2010

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    A merciless internal affairs investigator reopens a case that leads to the release of a vengeful and deadly gang.

  • Season 1, Ep. 18 : SupercopsNov 19, 2010

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    While following up on a stolen truck investigation, Jack and Dan uncover a major heist involving a shipment of high-profile diamonds; Dan discovers that Jack is interviewing for a position on an elite police unit.

  • Season 1, Ep. 17 : The GetawayNov 12, 2010

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    Jack and Liz go away for a romantic weekend at a bed and breakfast, but Jack becomes suspicious of the owner's unusual curiosity.

  • Season 1, Ep. 16 : Silence of the DanNov 5, 2010

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    Dan is restricted to desk duty after fainting during an investigation; despite the limitations, Jack and Dan must find and apprehend a mysterious art thief.

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  • When it doesn't bore you, it provokes you to think, "Boy, is this dumb." Show More

  • West Wing politico Bradley Whitford reinvents himself for this entertaining free-for-all, a loose blend of buddy comedy and police action that's also an affectionate nod to series like Starsky & Hutch. Show More

  • Fox's newest buddy series relies too much on the '70's-style moustache of detective Dan Stark (Bradley Whitford) and too little on the chemistry he has (or doesn't) with his partner, Jack Bailey (Colin Hanks). Not that this is a bad thing, since the moustache is a better character than either of the above. Show More

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