Stumptown (2020): S01E11 – The Past and the Furious


Introduction

Stumptown is an American crime drama television series that debuted on ABC on 25 September 2019.

The series is based on the comic book series of the same name, created by Greg Rucka, Matthew Southworth and Justin Greenwood and adapted for television by writer-producer Jason Richman.

Outline

While trying to find a new balance now that Ansel has left, Dex is approached by Jeremy Stevens, a veteran who recently learned he was adopted and wants to find his real parents. Based on her client’s discovery that he’s 48% percent Native American, Dex looks into the adoption agency that handled his case but learns that all their records were sealed when the agency closed. Grey meets the carjacking ring Hoffman assigned him to, including a young mechanic named Max who he begins to develop feelings for.

Ansel starts working on a list of things to do to prove that he’s a “real man”, but Grey tells him that his maturity already makes him that. Dex finds Jeremy’s dad, but he leaves after telling Dex he could never be a father. She then discovers that the agency falsified the report used to convince the state to have Jeremy taken from his mother, who has since died from drug problems. With Sue Lynn’s help, Jeremy is reunited with his aunt and her family. Dex decides to start attending a veterans’ group that he recommended to her. Grey’s new boss asks him to help dispose of a heroin shipment the gang stole by mistake.

Stumptown Series

You can find a full index and overview of Stumptown here.

You can find a full index of Stumptown Series 01 here.

Production & Filming Details

  • Director(s): Stacey K. Black.
  • Writer(s): Louisa Levy.
  • Release Date: 15 January 2020.
  • Running Time: 42-43 minutes.
  • Country: US.
  • Language: English.

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