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Homebodies 

Riggs and Murtaugh end up in the middle of a turf war as they investigate the murder of a millennial "designer drug" dealer.

Director:

Michael Fields

Writers:

Matthew Miller (developed by) (as Matt Miller), Alex Taub | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Damon Wayans ... Roger Murtaugh
Clayne Crawford ... Martin Riggs
Jordana Brewster ... Maureen Cahill
Keesha Sharp ... Trish Murtaugh
Kevin Rahm ... Brooks Avery
Johnathan Fernandez ... Bernard Scorsese
Chandler Kinney ... Riana Murtaugh
Dante Brown ... Roger Murtaugh Jr.
Michelle Mitchenor ... Sonya Bailey
Lyndon Smith ... Owlsly
Chin Han ... Detective Henry Cho
Jessica Parker Kennedy ... DJ
Jack Yang ... Thomas Kang
Jocelin Donahue ... Kate
Hana Jane Hana Jane ... Nicole (as Hana Hwang)
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Riggs and Murtaugh end up in the middle of a turf war as they investigate the murder of a millennial "designer drug" dealer.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 January 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Both Lyndon Smith and Jessica Park Kennedy had both appeared on 90210 Season 5. See more »

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During the gunfight in the restaurant both side, the gangsters and the police, exchange a massive amount of gunfire yet there are no visible bullet impacts anywhere in the room. See more »

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Soon Soon
Performed by Praything
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Murtaugh and the new guy: it was good while it lasted
16 October 2017 | by Mr-FusionSee all my reviews

We've reached the point in Riggs' development where he may not want to punch his own ticket, but he's reclusive, withdrawing from human contact (perilous in its own right). Here, he finds a kindred spirit in a chemist behind an isolationist designer drug. Jordana Brewster has one of the best lines: "Riggs, don't burn your one bridge out of wherever it is you are."

'Homebodies' is a skillful mix of humor and sadness, fueling the episode's high level of involvement. Murtaugh gets a temp partner (to whom he mostly just complains about Riggs), and for such a one- note character, Henry Cho works, mostly because he's the well- adjusted partner that Murtaugh can only dream of having ("You get me, Cho"). But there's great banter between the two.

It's a well-written episode; funny, poignant, and an excellent reminder or Riggs' long road ahead.

8/10


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