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The opening scene shows the contrasting views of the two main characters Captain David Aceveda and Detective Vic Mackey. Captain Aceveda tells the media how proud he is with crime being down since he has taken over as Captain of the district.
Vic is the cause of the decrease in crime because he has created a monopoly in the drug trade.
With this monopoly, Vic makes extra money, keeps the crime down, and the drugs flowing, but most importantly, lets the average citizen go out and about without worrying about violence.
In the screenplay, Booty swallows the dime bag during the chase. In the pilot, Booty swallows it right before Vic corners him in the alley.
In the pilot, Vic puts the gloves on before touching the dealer. Several shots of the park are used to establish the location before Terry meets with David at the park.
Flashbacks of Vic talking to the drug dealer Robinson earlier in the episode are used when Terry describes what he saw to David.
Vic is accused of assault on a drug dealer. Terry agrees to help Captain Aceveda take down Vic Mackey. The Shield introduces us to the rest of the main characters using a homicide case to bring in Detectives Dutch and Claudette, as well as officers Danny and Julien.
Although Vic can be considered the central character, the main story line revolves around the case of the missing girl.
Dutch and Claudette take center stage as we see how their characters handle a case. It is made immediately apparent that Vic and Captain Aceveda do not get along.
Vic is a rebel who answers to no one, and David is the captain trying to show everyone he is control. Captain Aceveda has several plans to try and distract or knock Vic down a peg.
First he assists when a drug dealer comes forward claiming Vic used excess physical force during his arrest. The second plan involves having the newest member of the Strike team, Terry, help Captain Aceveda take Vic down.
Terry agrees to help with reward of a bigger job. In the screenplay, Shane enters the strike team room after they book the drug dealer. In the screenplay, Vic walks through a maze of desks before seeing and complaining to Peterson about the broken bathroom.
In the pilot, the office space is one big open room and Vic sees Peterson right away. In the screenplay, Vic gets in the back seat of the vehicle after meeting with Robinson.
In the pilot, Vic gets in the front seat. In the screenplay, Moses gets out of the car after David signals for him.
In the pilot, Moses is already out of the car and waiting for the signal. In the screenplay, only Claudette visits ponyboy.
In the pilot, Dutch joins her. In the screenplay, Vic sees children running around the crack house when he walks in.
In the pilot, this is cut, and Vic only sees the children as he leaves. In the screenplay, the interview of Lonnie is shown through a grainy video feed.
In the pilot, although the video feed is black and white, it is not grainy. In the screenplay, Dutch and Claudette are stationary during their interview with Lonnie.
In the pilot, Dutch moves around the back and Claudette leans on the table close to Lonnie. Claudette and Dutch interview the next suspect George.
Vic and Shane visit the drug dealer accusing Vic of assault. Julien and Danny answer a call about slashed tires.
The drama made Emmy history when he won for Lead Actor in a Drama in , the first such win for a basic-cable series.
Creator: Shawn Ryan. Starring: Michael Chiklis , Benito Martinez , CCH Pounder. View All Photos The Shield: Season 7. Critics Consensus: The Shield 's final season maintains the astounding and unrelenting onslaught of drama, violence, and thought-provoking moments of humanity that makes this series so fascinating.
The Shield: Season 6. Critics Consensus: While some might find its violence excessive, The Shield 's sixth season nevertheless delivers the kind of jaw-dropping action and meticulous mind games that make this cop drama so riveting.
The Shield: Season 5. Critics Consensus: The Shield 's suspenseful fifth season introduces a worthy foe for Vic Mackey in the form of internal affairs investigator Jon Kavanaugh, played with marvelously agitated energy by Forest Whitaker.
The Shield: Season 4. Critics Consensus: The Shield 's fourth season experiences some growing pains as it accommodates a guest role by Glenn Close, but the formidable star's chemistry with Michael Chiklis splits the difference.
The Shield: Season 3. Critics Consensus: The Shield offers viewers no buffer between themselves and the corruption of Vic Mackey's crew -- and the series remains all the more compelling for it, compounding each of its vividly-drawn characters' complicity and compromise to harrowing effect in an explosive third season.
The Shield: Season 2. Critics Consensus: The Shield solidifies its status as an exceptional thriller with a sophomore season that doubles down on the squad's moral ambiguity.
The Shield: Season 1. Critics Consensus: While there is certainly no shortage of cop dramas, The Shield 's thrilling first season offers a unique perspective and provocative performances that will leave viewers breathless.
Vic Mackey. Benito Martinez Capt. David Aceveda. CCH Pounder Det. Claudette Wyms. Jay Karnes Det. Holland " Dutch" Wagenbach.
Michael Chiklis. When two high-profile murders are linked to each other, Aceveda orders Wyms to get the entire Barn involved before gang and racial violence breaks out.
Mackey uses the case to leverage himself and the Strike Team back into the streets of Farmington.
Dean White. Aceveda finds himself in a near-fatal confrontation, and enlists Vic to help him take down the suspects in order to help service his own personal agenda.
Meanwhile, after losing her position of power, Claudette rejoins Dutch on the search for the cuddler rapist as they get a stunning break in the case.
During a routine bust on bangers, Vic and the Team discover a money laundering ring that reaches far and wide in the crime community. Meanwhile, Dutch takes the chilling confession of the man who was arrested in the serial-rape case, and Danny goes undercover.
When Aceveda assigns the Strike Team to serve a high-risk warrant against a mob killer to service his political agenda, they find themselves embroiled in a hostile struggle with the Korean community.
Now the Team must find out how to put an end to the situation before they end up casualties of a racial feud.
Meanwhile, one of Vic's informants works with Danny on finding stolen chairs, while having eyes for her. When a mole in the treasury department is discovered and the framed suspect in the Armenian money train robbery turns up missing, the Strike team race to find the suspect before their cover is blown.
Meanwhile, Claudette attempts to make amends with the Decoy Squad by going undercover to help them on a case. With the Armenian hitman, Margos Dezerian, hot on their trail, the Strike team sweeps the streets of the Armenian community to find him before he finds them.
After catching a break, Aceveda's suspicions grow about the Strike Team's involvement with the Money Train robbery. Meanwhile, Dutch and Claudette investigate a case that could repeal hundreds of convictions, which leaves Claudette having to choose between her conscience and her career.
When Aceveda confirms that the Strike Team is the target of an Armenian mob hitman, Margos Dezerian, Mackey must take matters into his own hands.
Meanwhile, Wyms' career is on the line when she disobeys Aceveda's orders to put a case to rest that may prove the innocence of convicted felons. Vic is no longer the cop he used to be, acting adrift after his past actions have caught up to him.
The Strike Team has dissolved, leaving Mackey to menial busts that keep him off the streets. When Aceveda moves on to his new City Council position, Captain Monica Rawling takes over the Barn and empowers Vic to implement her controversial anti-gang policies.
Mackey tries to help an old acquaintance find a wayward teenager, but the search quickly turns ugly when the missing teen appears to have been involved in a shoot-out.
Meanwhile, Shane heads out into the field with his new partner Army, teaching him shady police tactics and seeing how far he'll go to be partnered up.
Plus, Aceveda spends his last day trying to bury Vic for good, which makes things difficult for Rawling trying to take his place.
With Farmington on the brink of a gang war, Monica and Vic race to find the catalyst and stop the bloodshed, enlisting Antwon's help along the way.
Still in the doghouse, Dutch decides to take action in thawing the relationship between Claudette and the D. Danny and Julien get up close and personal with the Farmington 1-Niners, while Monica looks to Vic for support when the implementation of her property seizure policy challenges her morality.
When Monica puts Vic on the trail of an escaped fugitive in Farmington, he must continue to prove his worth while playing it straight.
Claudette gets suspicious of the D. A's motives when she and Dutch are assigned to investigate a major drug dealer who ends up being a minor offender.
David seeks an illicit outlet for the troubling feelings caused by his rape. Vic decides to bring Shane closer as his fears about Shane's connection to Antwon Mitchell rise.
A tip from Lem's juvie leads Vic and Monica to take down a major heroin operation with connections to Antwon Mitchell.
Monica continues to battle Aceveda as she tries to sell her new policies to the community, and Julien begins to doubt her methods.
Claudette loses trust in Dutch when she suspects he made a backroom deal with the D. And Shane and Army find themselves in over their heads with Antwon when he blames them for Vic's heroin bust.
Vondie Curtis-Hall. Vic and Monica strike a deal with the DEA to shut down Mitchell's tar heroin operation. When the bust comes up empty, Vic's suspicions of Shane grow, until Shane proves himself by coming up with a key piece of evidence that reveals a large stash of tar being stored at a local church.
Meanwhile, Dutch and Claudette's friendship continues to feel strain as they try to tie a young woman's murder to a suspected serial killer.
Plus, Julien takes a stand against Monica's policy, then goes to David for support when she suggests he consider transferring out of Farmington.
Just as Monica and Vic get close to a big break in the Garage Sting, Chief Phillips unexpectedly hands over the bust to the Organized Crime Unit.
He blames the decision on an emerging PR scandal involving a videotape of Vic at the church bust that was leaked to the Assistant Chief through Aceveda's office.
Vic uses his leverage with the Byz Lats to find a Russian mob leader before the mobster flees the country. Monica threatens two foster care social workers with jail after a young girl is found close to death in her foster home, then tells Julien if he doesn't put in for a transfer, she'll request one for him herself.
Monica and Vic rush to get their informants off the street after two C. I's are found brutally murdered. Meanwhile, as Dutch and Claudette investigate a brutal beating and robbery, a case from the past forces Dutch to take one in the line of duty.
Plus, Vic suspects he's being set up when Shane comes to him after his situation with Antwon and Halpern spins out of control.
Philip G. Monica orders her units to turn the streets of Farmington inside-out when two officers mysteriously disappear after answering a call.
Shane tries to make amends with his old crew after Vic agrees to help him get out from under Antwon, but things don't work out as planned.
Dutch and Claudette convince Monica to let them take active roles in the case of the missing officers, but soon find themselves at a dead end with the only witness being clinically insane.
Vic and Shane confront Captain Rawling about the hidden videotape and information about Antwon and Angie's body. Monica forces them to take a polygraph.
Aceveda goes overboard with the hooker and realizes he's not "a good man" for doing so. He ends the relationship. Vic and the Strike Team use their leverage on the One-Niners to track down anyone involved with the cop killings.
Their hunt leads them down an unexpected path with the Russian mob. Monica puts pressure on the team to come clean about any of their dealings with Antwon.
Dutch and Claudette investigate a gang shooting and soon realize their key witness is close to the Barn, and has something to hide. David Von Ancken.
Vic tracks down the Russian involved in the cop-killers but an accidental explosion kills him. Vic discovers Antwon had a half-brother and his involvement with the murdered cops.
Aceveda is blackmailed by the man who raped him. Antwon cuts a deal with DEA. Enraged by the prospect of Antwon Mitchell's release from prison, Monica Rawling decides to go behind the DEA's back.
She asks the Strike Team to find and arrest the Salvadoran drug lord Mitchell is to provide information about before the DEA does.
The Strike Team is successful but Monica loses her job after an angry DEA chief threatens to cut off federal funding from Los Angeles unless she is fired.
Rawling stays at the Barn just long enough to arrest Mitchell upon his arrival. Danny goes home from the hospital and is tended to by Julien.
The Internal Affairs detective that Rawling called reports to her and informs her that they discovered the packet of heroin in Lem's car and switched it for a fake.
Wagenbach and Wyms investigate a riot at a high school that stemmed from racial tensions. Lemansky gets an unexpected visit from Internal Affairs Lt.
Jon Kavanaugh. Lowe tries out his new role as training officer for rookie Tina Hanlon, and Sofer refuses to disclose the father of her baby.
Lemansky is interrogated by Kavanaugh and Aceveda about the Strike Team's corrupt past. The Strike Team investigates multiple homicides and an extortion scam, and Wagenbach and Wyms investigate a preacher for attempted murder.
Hanlon causes problems for Lowe and Sofer. The Strike Team figures out their next step concerning Internal Affairs' investigation into Lemansky; they send Hanlon undercover to help take down a sex-trafficking operation.
Wagenbach feels betrayed by Wyms when she re-opens one of his cases, and Mackey comes face-to-face with Kavanaugh.
Becca Doyle contemplates whether or not to represent the Strike Team in court, Mackey questions Emolia's loyalty. Wagenbach and Wyms investigate a case of road rage that escalated to a double homicide.
Hanlon's continuing mistakes create friction between her and Lowe, and Corrine has a confrontation with Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh bugs the Strike Team's clubhouse in an effort to get his stalled investigation back on track, as Mackey and the Strike Team investigate an illegal prescription drug ring.
Wagenbach senses that Wyms is not being honest with him as they work a missing person's case. The walls close in on Mackey when Kavanaugh sets up office in the Barn.
An elusive serial killer re-enters Wagenbach and Wyms's lives, and Hanlon's discovery of Lowe's homosexual past adds a new level of tension to their relationship.
Wyms's grueling effort to break Kleavon Gardner takes a toll on her health. As Kavanaugh deals with the emotional circumstances surrounding the return of his ex-wife, he forges an unlikely alliance with Antwon Mitchell in his obsession to take down the Strike Team.
Emoila, sent by Mackey, infiltrates a Salvadoran gang that has been stockpiling grenades. Kavanaugh takes a private moment with his mentally-ill wife in one of the interrogation rooms, realizing too late the whole emotional scene was in full view of the camera.
Watchers Vic and Lemansky run from the recording room, but Kavanaugh sees them and furiously orders the immediate arrest of Lemansky.
Lemansky's badge and gun are taken. Julien handcuffs him and takes him to the cage. Kavanaugh later visits Antwon Mitchell in Prison and agrees on a deal.