‘Rush Hour’ Episode Guide (April 21): Two Unconnected People the Victims of Bomb Attacks

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‘Rush Hour’ Episode Guide (April 21): Two Unconnected People the Victims of Bomb Attacks

“LA Real Estate Boom” (04/21/16) – When two people with no obvious connection receive similar notes and are then killed by targeted bombs in 24 hours, Carter and Lee have little to go on as they scramble to identify the bomber before he strikes again, on “Rush Hour,” Thursday, April 21 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Guest starring in this episode are Alex Solowitz (Dennis), David Shatraw (Harvey Krieg), Lauren Bowles (Molly), Zachary Stockdale (Chad, Bomb Tech), David Dayan Fisher (Troy), Al Coronel (Councilman Pena), Caitlyn Knisely (Young Female Reporter), Maurice Hall (Reporter # 2), and Jason Tobias (Surfer Eddie Marar).

“LA Real Estate Boom” was written by Cindy Fang and directed by Jimmy Muro.

“Rush Hour,” a reimagining of the hit feature film franchise, is an action comedy about a maverick LAPD detective and a by-the-book detective from Hong Kong who knock heads when they are forced to partner together. Detective Lee is a reserved, honorable master martial artist with lightning-fast moves who comes to L.A. to avenge his sister’s alleged death and learn more about her connection to a Chinese organized crime ring.

Detective Carter, on the other hand, is a wisecracking cop who plays by his own rules. As exasperated as Carter’s boss, Captain Cole, gets with him, she knows he’s a brilliant detective who gets results. Attempting to help the two get along is Sergeant “Didi” Diaz, Carter’s friend and former partner who doesn’t hesitate to call him out on his antics.

Secretly aiding them as an informant is Carter’s cousin, Gerald, a low-level offender who runs with a tough crowd. Even as cultures clash and tempers flare, Carter and Lee can’t deny they make a formidable team, and grudgingly admit that sometimes an unlikely pairing makes for a great partnership.

“Rush Hour” stars Justin Hires (Detective Carter), Jon Foo (Detective Lee), Wendie Malick (Captain Lindsay Cole), Aimee Garcia (Sergeant “Didi” Diaz), and Page Kennedy (Gerald).

“Rush Hour” is filmed in Los Angeles, Calif. and is produced by Doozer in association with Warner Bros. Television. Bill Lawrence, Blake McCormick, Jeff Ingold, Jon Turteltaub, Arthur Sarkissian, Toby Emmerich, Steve Franks and Brett Ratner all serve as executive producer.

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