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The District
Episode 15 : The Most Dangerous Job

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Episode 15 : The Most Dangerous Job

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Season 1

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1h 00m

Mannion vows to better protect cab drivers after a cabbie fatally shoots a passenger he thought was trying to rob him. Also, a new U.S. Attorney stirs up controversy, and McGregor gets jealous when Nancy receives flowers from an unknown person.


Episodes
Episode 1 : Pilot
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Episode 2 : Dirty Laundry
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Episode 3 : Worst Block
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Episode 4 : Surveillance
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Episode 5 : The Real Terrorist
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Episode 6 : How They Lived
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Episode 7 : Imperfect Victims
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Episode 8 : The Jackal
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Episode 9 : Pot Scrubbers
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Episode 10 : The Santa Wars
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Episode 11 : The D.C. Strangler
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Episode 12 : Old Ghosts
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Episode 13 : Vigilante
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Episode 14 : Rage Against the Machine
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Episode 16 : A Southern Town
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Episode 17 : New World
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Episode 18 : Night Moves
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Episode 19 : The Agony and the Ecstasy
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Episode 20 : Running Towards Fire
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Episode 21 : Don't Fence Me In
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Episode 22 : Fools Russian (1)
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Episode 23 : Fools Russian (2)
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