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"Uneasy Lies the Head...": The The Huntress raids a crack house occupied by Colombian drug dealers. Suspecting that they might know something about the death of Guido Bertinelli, she interrogates them at length. The leader of the cartel states that he had nothin



Appearing in "Uneasy Lies the Head..."

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Supporting Characters:

  • Tony Angelo
  • Fiorello (First appearance)
  • O'Shea (First appearance)

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Other Characters:

  • Freddie (Deceased)

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Synopsis for "Uneasy Lies the Head..."

The The Huntress raids a crack house occupied by Colombian drug dealers. Suspecting that they might know something about the death of Guido Bertinelli, she interrogates them at length. The leader of the cartel states that he had nothing to do with Bertinelli's murder, and is only interested in going after Tony "The Gut" Resigno -- the man who filled the vaccuum left behind by Guido's demise. During the interrogation, police detectives Fiorello and O'Shea raid the crack house. As bullets begin to fly, the Huntress takes off in the confusion. Having been grazed by a bullet, the Huntress returns home to nurse her wounds.

Later, Tony the Gut and some of his goons go to one of his fronts at the Bowl-a-Drome. A rival crimelord, Stefano Mandragora, appears alongside his enforcer, Omerta the Silencer. He puts pressure on Tony the Gut, reminding him about how things were done in the "old days".

Fiorello and O'Shea drive by and recognize the bowling alley as a mob hangout. They enter through the front door, but when the mobsters recognize them as cops, they open fire. The Huntress appears on the scene and disarms the thugs with boomerangs treated with acid. O'Shea gets the drop on the Huntress. Fiorello, suspecting her to be a rival mobster, orders O'Shea to shoot her, but he cannot bring himself to do it.



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