Reno ! S02E11 Clementine and Garcia Are Dating - Dailymotion Video
Terrorist Training Parts 1 and 2: Really, this serves mostly to allow two new characters to enter the Reno force: Otherwise, the shows concentrate on the usual shenanigans. I especially like the touchy-feely KKK members and the trailer park woman who wants to bite the nuts off of her neighbor.
The Halloween cop trips deliver a lot of amusement. A few other elements fizzle — mainly the tedious joke involved with counting counterfeit money — but the rest entertains. Clementine and Garcia Are Dating: Johnson begins to have very strong feelings for Garcia, but Garcia may feel differently. Some of the random bits amuse but this remains a lackluster show.
When they all come back after their suspension, Junior, Johnson and Dangle go on a sex slave sting and Junior ends up getting married to an Asian woman who doesn't speak a word of English.
Outside of a hilarious attempt to catch a guy in a milkshake costume, not much satisfies. The individual police bits entertain as well, but the court sequences become strongest and turn this into a fairly positive program. Fastest Criminal in Reno: Yup, as it adds to a mostly good show. The Prefect of Wanganui: This mix of amusing bits leaves this as a satisfying show.
And the Installation Is Free: It mixes in additional amusing segments to become a solid show. Wiegel and Craig Get Married: Christian Karaoke Singles' Mixer: Junior and Kimball find out they are cousins. As usual, we get a couple of laughs but the overall impact feels stale. Meanwhile, a freed prisoner plans revenge on the SD, but they don't remember who he is. It lacks a real theme and that allows it to simply enjoy the nuttiness. Undercover at Burger Cousin: These actors help it provide a lot of laughs.
Death of a Pickle-Thrower: These prove to entertain and create a pretty good episode. Digging with the Murderer: His take on the serial killer turns an otherwise spotty program into a good one. Dangle decides to host a murder mystery dinner. Still, it does a decent take on Agatha Christie and becomes a reasonably amusing show. Larger problems come from the generally lackluster nature of the episode, as it mostly ambles along without much spark.
Is it a bad sign when the main positive comes from the presence of an adorable dog? Other elements work well, too, and this becomes a mostly satisfying piece.
Like most shows, it comes with some amusing elements, but it kind of feels as though the series was running on steam at this point. On the positive side, for essentially a one-joke series, Reno ! With many exceptions, that is. Even the worst episode never became bad, but some fared better than others, and more than a few lacked much inspiration. Still, the presence of a talented cast allowed Reno to remain a mostly fun show. This changes for Season Six, which offers 1. For the most part, the videotaped programs looked decent but that was about it.
Sharpness created the biggest problems. Close-ups looked good, and most moderately wide shots were appropriately detailed as well. Unfortunately, more than a few of the wider images seemed somewhat fuzzy and murky. Source flaws were absent. I saw no distortion from the videotape and witnessed no forms of artifacting or noise. Colors looked decent but a little drab. The tones were fairly accurate for the most part, but they never went beyond that. The hues were a little muddy at times, though they generally came across as acceptable.
Blacks seemed reasonably dense and taut, and low-light shots were fairly clear and visible, though they tended to be bland. The shows varied but tended to look mediocre. Agent Steve Hardcastle Ian Roberts: However, his incompetence makes him even more ineffectual than the deputies, and they eventually locate the man without his help.
Ian Roberts, who played Hardcastle, arrived several seasons later as Sgt. Unemployed Andrew claims that his job is to "mix things up," which leads to flamboyant yard displays and impromptu parades.
A group of raucous young women who conduct wild bachelorette parties and attempt to lure in male cops to strip for them. On one occasion, Dep. Garcia responds to a call and berates them, then discovers Junior and Dangle in the room clad in underwear, boots and holsters. Big Mike Toby Huss: The resident Reno meth-head and "Captain of Suspicious Behavior.
It's revealed in Season 6 that Mike was the no-nonsense lieutenant in the Sheriff's Department in Junior remarked that he thought Mike was on his way to being Governor of Nevadauntil his accidental introduction to methamphetamine at a crime scene began his downward spiral to his current state. Boozehammer of Galen Patton Oswalt: A fantasy role-playing game geek who often badly hurts his opponents while playing fantasy games.
He also frequents the "Reno Renaissance Fair. Brad the Friendly Homeowner Andrew Daly: A genial householder who is always excited to visit with the Sheriffs. When CSI comes to town and his neighbor shoots at the Sheriffs, he thinks filming has commenced. In Season 5 he tries to purchase Coconut Nut Clusters from the Sheriffs but forgets to sign the check before he commits suicide in the next room.
Bunny Hernandez Natasha Leggero: Mayor Hernandez's wife, a former porn actress and exotic dancer. The deputies pull her over for drunk driving thinking she's someone else. When they see that they've got the mayor's wife, they drive her home after she drunkenly falls to the ground, defecates on someone's lawn, and masturbates in the squad car's backseat. Calvin Robin Tomlinson Rainn Wilson: A convicted serial killer who is given a deal to avoid the death penalty if he leads the deputies to the burial site of one of his victims.
He makes various demands a milkshake, watching Cold Mountain on VHSusing a public bathroom for an hourthen leads them to where he hid a gun and a motor scooter, on which he escapes. A young female with a speech impediment who calls the department "a few times a week.
On one occasion, Wiegel and Dangle visit to question her about a missing vacuum-cleaner salesman; it's soon revealed that she murdered and decapitated him in her house "They come apart real easy," she says. A comedian who trashes his hotel room, throwing the furniture out the window and into the pool several stories below. He pretends to write a check to the hotel manager, then steals Deputy Jones' gun and escapes in an idling squad car.
Chief Carl Carlos Alazraqui: A homeless Native American man who is caught selling illegal fireworks, and summons the police when he is caught at a carnival illegally selling popcorn on a stick. Apparently mentally ill, he bathes in "goat water" and makes outrageous claims, such as that he attended the " World's Fair". Citizens' Patrolman Rick Paul Reubens: First seen in Season 4, he is a member of the "Citizens' Patrol" which seems to be inspired by the Guardian Angels and shows up at crime scenes and notices critical things that the deputies have missed.
He always seems to be one step ahead of the deputies—because he's the one who committed the crimes. Inspector Martin Smiley Tom Bolster: Initially he seems to be a very proper, upright, old-fashioned Englishman and the Reno deputies adore him.
Deputy Garcia sees a very different side when Smiley rides along with him. He is shot and killed after attempting to rob a drug den in Reno, and his body is shipped back to the United Kingdom. Craig Pullin Kyle Dunnigan: Trudy Wiegel's boyfriend, then husband, in Seasons While both he and Wiegel appear to be shy, socially awkward people, their sex life includes sexual role-playing and fetishism. Pullin turned out to be the "Truckee River Killer" and was executed by lethal injection at the end of Season 3, immediately after marrying Trudy.
Dangle's ex-wife, who seems to be attracted solely to gay men. She is the heiress to a vacuum cleaner fortune; Jim married her because she was morbidly obese and he believed she would die soon. After they separated, she underwent gastric bypass surgery which turned her into "something the old Deb would have eaten," as he put it.
She finally requested a divorce because she had fallen in love with Leslie Frost see belowwho was also clearly gay. Debbie appeared in Season 6 with her new husband, Gary Wormer played by Scott Thompsonwho was very effeminate but straight. Debbie died of complications from overeating at Dangle's murder-mystery dinner. Andrew Freeman Nat Faxon: A young man who wears a large milkshake costume to promote a local restaurant.
He is harassed, pursued, and beaten by Jones and Garcia in several Season-2 episodes. Finally, a chase ends with him being hit by a tractor-trailer; his death leads to the investigation, termination, and incarceration of all the deputies. She appeared during Season 5, including a visit responding to complaints from "the kettle-corn people" about explicitly-worded ad flyers she had distributed at the Farmer's Market.
According to Dangle, she is actually a transsexual who was named Jeff and was Dangle's swim-teammate in high school. A drunken airline pilot whom Deputy Johnson lets off with a warning after he flatters her.
A famed drug runner and recidivist speeder who has been involved in multiple high-speed car chases with the Reno Sheriff's Department.
He mocks and later commends the Deputies via CB radio. His muscle car and personality are modeled after Burt Reynolds ' character from Smokey and the Bandit. Unlike the Reno Sheriff's Department, the members of the Reno Fire Department are competent, popular, and well-respected, inspiring tremendous envy, bitterness, inadequacy—and secret admiration—from the cops.
French mime Robert Ben Garant: A man in mime costume and makeup who is reported for harassing customers outside a strip mall. To Jones' delight, he performs a silent parody of Garcia—who becomes enraged and assaultsthen arrests him. A petty, browbeating robber who poses as the manager of a fast-food restaurant at which Jones and Garcia have gone undercover as employees to catch a robber whom they don't realize is already there. Frisbee McDaniels Zach Galifianakis: A " white trash " resident of Reno who squats with his sizable family in an abandoned school bus.
He uses it to shoot at empty cans, oranges, and UFOs. Glen the Ranger Matt Walsh: A park ranger at a fictional though often referenced to be near the Donner Party cabin National Park. Glen is very lonely and routinely places false calls in order to get some human contact from the sheriff's deputies. A petty-criminal-turned- televangelist who, 10 years ago, was arrested by then-partners, Dangle and Garcia.
Guy Gerricault Paul Rudd: Wiegel's disturbingly enthusiastic, inappropriately hands-on Lamaze teacher. Handicapped cop David Wain: A supposedly handicapped cop with whom Wiegel spends a day with as part of a public-assistance program. A drug-addicted prostitute with herpesAIDSLupusand lung cancerwhose face is always blurred out. She is known for spitting pickle juice at the officers. In Season 1, Dep. Garcia was tasked with cleaning her up and sending her to a halfway homebut Garcia was so dismayed by her extreme burnt-out-crack-whore behavior that he dumped her at a random house that was "halfway" It has been suggested that Trudy and Jackie are similar-looking distant cousins.
Jackie died of Lupus in Season 5. Jerry Salerno Dan Castellaneta: Joe the Cameraman Joe Kessler: The usually-unseen cameraman who documents the Reno Sheriff's Department's activities. He is shown on-camera playing the drums when the deputies respond to a noise complaint about a bad garage band in Episode 2x12 and is also shown in the episode which includes the "second take" of Deputy Junior being thrown through a glass door.
Junior the Third DeRay Davis: A delusional homeless man, who was once seen sitting on a couch on the sidewalk pretending to interview Morgan Freeman as on a talk show. A famous American country music singer and actor with whom Dep. Garcia is obsessed to the point of having recurring dreams about him, one of which featured Kenny waking up in bed next to Lt. Rogers was shot by an unnamed character played by Patton Oswalt in Season 2 after a poorly-attended book signing.
In another part of that episode, Rogers' real-life son Christopher Cody Rogers played a frat boy trying to get into the locked frat house the morning after a wild night. Kevin Michael Ian Black.Carlos Alazraqui AKA Garcia from Reno 911 Talks Improvising & Auditioning for the Show
A convicted sex offender who moves to Reno and attempts to ask Johnson out while he and she informs his neighbors of his crimes.
Ku Klux Klan Reno Chapter of. Trailer-Park Lady Cheryl Hines: A trailer-park resident who tries to get her neighbor arrested for crossing over the property line, which consists of two cigarette butts and a green rock. She is later arrested for taking Officer Garcia's nightstick and attempting to hit the neighbor.
Leslie Frost Dave Holmes: Maria Storm Lisa LoCicero: She is frequently hit upon by her male interviewees. Mayor Hernandez George Lopez: Reno's thoroughly-corrupt, philandering mayor.
He is perpetually under investigation, but counts on the Reno Sheriff's Department to clean up his messes. Williams says that the Mayor has a " Clintonesque quality" about him, while Dangle describes him as a nice guy who "loves to put his dick in things. It has also been revealed that he was responsible for the deaths of several hookers, with the Reno Sheriff's department disposing of the corpses. Despite his corrupt and erratic nature, Dangle and Junior describe him as the "best Mayor we've ever had, by a long shot," noting that all the other mayors were far worse.
Even after being arrested and convicted of several felonies, he wins re-election by a landslide. Mike Powers Mather Zickel: The former Washoe County district attorneyresponsible for firing and later jailing the entire Reno Sheriff's Department at the end of Season 2.
He is later revealed to be a murderer who decapitates prostitutes. While in prison, the deputies visit him to ask his advice similar to Hannibal Lecter on office procedures and other trivial matters. An apartment resident who calls times a week. One time she reports that children, particularly a fat boy called Joey, are disturbing her PM nap by bouncing balls, playing marbles, and talking about homework, loudly in the hallway.
Ironically, her 3 dogs are barking the whole time Dangle and Junior are trying to assist her. Junior proceeds to "find Joey" and shoot him 5 times, and Mrs. Leonard, horrified, sobs in her apartment doorway as Junior and Dangle depart, with Junior revealing that he shot a radiator. A naked Armenian man who walks around outside yelling to himself while high on Ecstasy.
He gives his name as 'Hrarr Manoogian" and Sgt. Dangle asks "Your name begins with two consonants? At the end of Season 2, all 7 main characters are fired and jailed, to be replaced by other deputies who bear a passing resemblance to them. Garwood "New Jones" Wayne Brady.
Garwood", immediately discloses what the "C" stands for, while Jones' "S" initial has remained a secret throughout the show's run. A domineering couple who are obsessed with winning their daughter's little-girl beauty pageants, to the extent of painting her with printer toner the mother states that the father works at "a computer store" frequently and doesn't know anything about pageantswhitening her lips like a blackface minstrel to win the 'Little Miss Nubian' pageant which Deputy Williams' daughter won a couple years prioror attempting to illegally buy Trudy's baby a boy.
They often make inappropriate comments about the other young contestants "Sexy ,sexy kids! In Season 4 they are also seen at the local Renaissance Faire trying to stay in character while filing a police report with the deputies. Pinky the Drunk Driver Chelsea Handler: A belligerent drunk driver who claims she has not been drinking.
Principal Manderville Kristina Hayes: A local elementary-school principal who usually makes an announcement to the students before the Reno deputies begin their "safety assembly. A children's TV host with a checkered past who attempts to profile the Reno Sheriff's Department on his television show, with results that are disastrously inappropriate for children's television.
He is later forced into rehab after a drug relapse, but retains his job. Terry Bernadino's girlfriend, whom the deputies are very surprised to learn is real.
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The "j" is silent. Sergeant Clift Ryan Stiles: A consultant that the L. Sheriff Walter Chechekevitch Tracey Walter: The deputies' aloof, clueless boss who died after eating a candy bar because he was allergic to the peanuts it contained. He had made so few appearances to the Sheriff's Department that they never remembered his name. Despite this, he is fondly remembed as the best Polish Sheriff Reno has ever had. Suzy Kim Cathy Shim: Wiegel falls for Hernandez and Suzy Kim turns out to be a man in the plot arc.
Hernandez is later apprehended and held under close arrest, but makes every effort to seduce the female deputies and escape.
Reno Season 2 Episode 11 Clementine and Garcia Are Dating - video dailymotion
Steed Lankershim Timothy Brennen: Johnson's criminal boyfriend, a repeat felon and drug user. Steve Marmella Jack Plotnick: A sexual pervert who specializes in exposing himself and tricking others into inappropriate sexual contact.
As of Season 5 he is under house arrestwhich does surprisingly little to deter his activities. Deputy Patrick Bates Jack Plotnick: A once-promising new recruit whom Dangle accidentally shot in the head on his first day, rendering him mentally-challenged and wheelchair-bound. The department gets out of paying a huge settlement by letting him return and assigning him to phone duty using a Fisher-Price phone. The Reno medical examiner and coroner. In Episode 4x07, he is arrested for being intoxicated on the job: Junior asks him "Are you stoned right now?
Clementine and Garcia Are Dating
Just 2 episodes later, he's back on the job. Student Driver Simon Helberg: In episode S02E10, Garcia and Jones pull him over during his driving test.
After they give him field sobriety tests and threaten to take him to jail, he grabs both officers' weapons and shouts "You're not stopping me from getting my license! Helberg appears in another episode as a Jewish teen who claims his mother has given him a blank check to hire a Jewish hooker to help him become a man on his birthday. Theoretical Criminal Keegan-Michael Key: A criminal with a lisp who frequently calls the Reno Sheriff's Department to report crimes he claims he did not commit, or to show the deputies illegal items he has "found.
A braless, hysterical woman with pronounced buck teeth and a unibrow visible even though her face is always pixelated.
She constantly screams nonsensically about imaginary events and claims that police sticks remind her of her father who is also "skinny and black. Terry Jaspermans Nick Swardson: A gay, drug-addicted prostitute and compulsive liar who always wears rollerskates and bedazzled women's clothing. He is often seen around the jail and other local establishments looking for johnsor working at a taco shop. When confronted by the deputies, he offers silly, implausible explanations e. At the end of the film Reno !: Miami, it is revealed that Terry is tremendously wealthy.
Despite his flamboyant homosexuality, he vehemently denies being gay. At one point he introduces the deputies to his fiancee Seeeeemji pronounced "see-me" who is completely oblivious to Terry's sexuality although, according to Terry, when they get naked together he vomits and can't get hard.
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