Gripping tale of a white social worker's fight to keep her adopted African-American baby when the birth mother, a reformed crack addict, sues for custody.
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An African-American baby, abandoned by his crack addicted mother is adopted by a white social worker and her husband. Several years later, the baby's mother finds out her son is not dead, as she thought before and goes to court to get him back.
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Violet (Monica Keena) and Rosie (Daisy Eagan) are 15-year-old fraternal twin sisters on the edge of womanhood. When their parents are killed in a car crash, the girls hit the road as "outlaws," bound for Kentucky and the perfect life together. Quickly, they meet Pete (Gordon Currie), a cute handyman, living at a local military base and the three set up house. Violet embraces her desires and begins sleeping with Pete. Rosie represses sexual urges, turning to guns and dangerous play to impress the local recruits. Their childhood bond is shattered in a shocking and unforgettable chain of events.
Orphaned twin teenage sisters who end up living with a handyman on an Army base struggle with their emerging sexuality in a male-dominated setting.
Violet and Rosie are 15-year-old fraternal twin sisters on the edge of womanhood. When their parents are killed in a car crash, the girls hit the road as "outlaws," bound for Kentucky and the perfect life together.
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When Rigsby's father (guest star WILLIAM FORSYTHE) is found injured at a crime scene, the team must find out if it is the result of a longstanding small-town gang war. Former series regular PRUITT TAYLOR VINCE returns as J.J. LaRoche. And MAX MARTINI guest stars as former gang member Fletcher Moss.
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The team searches for an interracial couple's six-year-old son, who was kidnapped from a farmer's market as his mother briefly looked away to make a purchase. The investigators wonder if the boy's estranged, wealthy, white-supremacist paternal grandfather, Joseph Pratt (Golden Globe Award nominee CHAD EVERETT - "Medical Center"), could be connected to the abduction. Series star ERIC CLOSE made his directorial debut with this episode.
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The ghost of a man who was buried in the wrong grave starts to haunt a cemetery as someone else's wife is coming to mourn him every night.
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While on a mission to take out a Taliban leader in Afghanistan Jonas is torn between completing the task and going back to rescue other Unit members who've come under attack.
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