Sticky Fingaz

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VIDEO: Flipped

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Length: 43:23
Aired: 2/13/2007

Young rap artist Fulla T Smith (guest star "Fab Five Freddy") is leaving a radio station after finishing an interview and debuting his latest hit song, when shots ring out in the lobby and he's killed. Detectives Logan (Chris Noth) and Wheeler (Julianne Nicholson) question the one witness found on the scene, Harry Williams, (guest star Sticky Fingaz) who reveals he's an undercover cop whose task force specializes in crimes within the rap world. Williams warns Logan and Wheeler to watch themselves, but when he starts helping them out, witnesses turn up dead. The detectives begin to wonder which side he is on. Eric Bogosian and Bokeem Woodbine also star. watch

VIDEO: Flipped

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Length: 43:23
Aired: 2/13/2007

Flipped: A gunned down rapper has the major case squad teaming up with an undercover 'hip hop cop' to solve the case. watch

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Length: 44:00
Aired: 2/13/2007

A gunned down rapper has the major case squad teaming up with an undercover "hip hop cop" to solve the case. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2007 Blade Movie, Actor - Blade
2004 Flight Of The Phoenix Movie, Actor - Jeremy
2003 Lockdown Movie, Actor - Broadway
2003 Platinum TV Show Series, Actor - Grady Rhames
2002 The Playaz Court Movie, Actor - T-Bone

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February 13, 2007: Flipped

Cop: "You listen to rap music, right?"Logan: "Regularly."So, I wasn’t really looking forward to this episode — another rap-murder case when we’ve seen way too many of these Tupac/Biggie slayings. And yet, I have to admit, I really enjoyed it – probably because the rap murder was only the “inciting incident” (pardon the high-school English term) for a complex case.The real heart of this episode was deep-undercover detective Williams, played with surprising depth by rapper Sticky Fingaz — that’s right, I said Sticky Fingaz. It’s a subject that’s been dealt with sporadically (the excellent drug-cops drama Rush comes to mind), but not so much from the hip-hop underworld angle. It wasn’t hard to see why Williams became torn between protecting his family and carrying out his duty as a police officer — and why he crossed the line in the end.Though he finally turned in his badge, I’d actually like to see a little more of this ... read more

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