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Hot Grrrl
Season 1, Episode 22
Airdate May 19, 2006
Written by Alfredo Barrios, Jr.
Directed by Paul McCrane
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Hot Grrrl is the twenty-second episode of the first season of Close to Home.

Starring: Jennifer Finnigan (Annabeth Chase), Kimberly Elise (Maureen Scofield), John Carroll Lynch (Steve Sharpe), Christian Kane (Jack Chase)

Guest Starring: AnnaLynne McCord (Sara), Diana Gettinger (Woman), Erica O'Keith (Michelle), Anthony Burch (Ray Gable), Ryan Doom (Man), Emilia Groth (Jennifer), Jane A. Rogers (Nicole Philby), Chet Grissom (Gary Wilson), Haley Webb (Kayla Philby), Christopher Calvert (Phillip Hampton), Tom Schanley (Mr. Ross), Matthew John Prater (Night Clerk), Kim Gillingham (Mrs. Ross), Bruce Davison (Doug Hellman), Nicholas Gonzalez (Detective Jonathan Ortiz), Ramy Zada (Aristotle Rosakis), Thom Gossom Jr. (Judge J. Hanopy), Thomas Kopache (Judge L. Salter), Danielle Savre (Amanda Ross), Missy Yager (Kelly Bennet), Marshall Allman (Billy Hampton), Barry Shabaka Henley (Detective Lou Drummer)



Plot Overview

Two high school students, a boy and a girl, flee a motel room where a fatal shooting occurred. The girl claims that the dead man was a pervert who lured her there under false pretenses, and the boy claims he shot the man when he got aggressive. The victim turns out to be an investigative journalist doing an expose on sexual chat rooms and teenage girls. Annabeth delves into the background of both kids and discovers that they were running a sexually explicit chat room that featured classmates of theirs doing sexual deeds and goes after both of them on murder charges. While she nets a big win with this case, not only shutting down a sexually explicit chat room and gaining evidence against numerous sexual predators, nothing can prepare her for a huge personal loss...her husband Jack is killed when a drunk driver strikes his car.


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The Show

Last episode of the series for both John Carroll Lynch and Christian Kane.

Behind the Scenes

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Memorable Moments