Quinlan is a dedicated cop, and one of the few that isn't on the take. But Quinlan knows the score, and decides if you can't beat'em, join'em. He sets up an elaborate scheme to ensnare the guilty parties. He cannot confide in anyone, because he does not know how far up the chain of command the corruption goes. Quinlan's life will never be the same again. He lies, cheats and bends the rules, because he's the last of the honest cops.
Love Anthony LaPaglia's performances and was looking forward to this. He is as reliable as ever and intersting storyline of corruption in the force - or is it? But what was wrong with Huso Weaving? He performs as a substituted AmDram performer from the home counties. It is hysterical but not intentional.