The District: Season 4

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 Sep 27
2003

Jack's Back

Back from his Arizona vacation and determined to get his job back, Jack starts campaigning for being Chief of police, even though it’s not an elected position. He chooses…

2 Oct 04
2003

The Devil You Know...

After Chief Strickland causes the death of an innocent old lady due to having inaccurate information on the whereabouts of a dangerous drug lord, Mannion decides to catch the g…

3 Oct 11
2003

Free Byrd

Mannion is determined to have the best people possible working for him and asks his ex-wife, Sherry, to become his Superintendent of Detectives. Meanwhile, when an ex-con is ar…

4 Oct 18
2003

The Kindness of Strangers

Chief Mannion and his men investigate the disappearance of teenage girls who all point to a virtual suspect: a guy named Icarus who uses the internet to lure his victims and ev…

5 Oct 25
2003

Blind Eye

6 Nov 01
2003

Jupiter for Sale

Mannion and the team reopen a 17-year-old cold case when a girl is found murdered in the streets of D.C. ““Jupiter,”“ a serial killer that was never cau…

7 Nov 08
2003

A House Divided

Mannion investigates the death of a man during a Civil War reenactment. While Temple takes the matter personally when one of the suspects turns out to be a big time racist, it&…

8 Nov 15
2003

Acceptable Losses

Ricky and a friend collapse at Ricky’s birthday party and are taken to the hospital, where they are diagnosed with MDMA ingestion (a.k.a. ecstas…

9 Nov 22
2003

In God We Trust

Mannion searches for a modern day Robin Hood after he distributes money and stolen goods from the roof of his own building to needy neighbors on the street. Meanwhile, Temple c…

10 Dec 13
2003

Hollow Spaces

Mannion is very disappointed when he finds that the 17-year old boy who got Ella’s heart is involved in a robbery of a gas station that ended in the attendant’s dea…

11 Dec 20
2003

The Voice Inside

12 Jan 17
2004

Breath of Life

An officer is hit by a car, and his partner is suspected of not giving him CPR, because the officer down is gay. The car in connection with the hit-a…

13 Jan 24
2004

Party Favors

A staffer is found to have hung herself because she was about to reveal names of top officials who were trading votes for sexual favors. The reporter to whom she was to reveal…

14 Feb 07
2004

a.k.a.

People in the witness protection program become victims, and the team sets out on the case to find the killer. Meanwhile, Chief Mannion gets a specialty sandwich named after h…

15 Feb 14
2004

D.C. Confidential

16 Feb 21
2004

On Guard

Mannion wants to believe that it was self-defense when his attractive fencing teacher’s husband is killed at her studio. Meanwhile, Debreno recognizes a suspect in a dru…

17 Feb 28
2004

Family Values

18 Apr 02
2004

The Black Widow Maker

Mannion gets involved in a local murder investigation when he travels to a small town to fight a warrant for his arrest for a traffic violation. Meanwhile Temple and Debreno l…

19 Apr 17
2004

Passing Time

Mannion investigates the death of terminal patient afer her daughter shoots the doctor at point blank range, who she believes is responsible for her mother’s death. Mean…

20 Apr 24
2004

Ten Thirty-Three

Mannion investigates of the murder of a young illegal immigrant leads to the discovery of a car theft ring run by a teenage gang that is selling cars as far away as El Salvador…

21 May 01
2004

Open Season

Mannion’s determination to crack down on gangs puts Noland in the line of fire where he’s shot and critically wounded.

22 May 01
2004

Something Borrowed, Something Bruised

Mannion investigates the murder of two young women, one of whom is identified as Debreno’s sometime girlfriend, Maria.

About The District

A drama inspired by the real-life experiences of former New York Deputy Police Commissioner Jack Maple, The District revolves around Jack Mannion (Craig T. Nelson), a tenacious champion of the underdog and an avowed crime-fighter, whose revolutionary tactics have resulted in a 50-percent drop in crime, first in Boston, then in Newark, N.J. His latest challenge is Washington, D.C., which, despite being home to more law enforcement agencies than any other city on the planet, is riddled with crime and has a local police department that is demoralized and ineffective. Appointed Chief of Police by the mayor, Mannion works closely at Police Headquarters with Deputy Chief Joe Noland (Roger Aaron Brown). In his quest to “make crime a thing of the past,” Mannion has recruited Temple Page (Sean Patrick Thomas), a young detective on the force who is Mannion’s eyes and ears on the most crime-ridden, drug-infested streets in America. Nancy Parras (Elizabeth Marvel), an intuitive officer, rounds out

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