Steven Seagal: Lawman - Season One
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The Way of the Gun
Lawman, Sheriff Deputy Steven Seagal and his team capture an armed carjacker after a high-speed chase and tackle a convicted felon packing a pistol. In between these impressive busts, Seagal, the world-class marksman, teaches a fellow team member amazing Zen shooting techniques, techniques everyone on his team will need to survive the dangerous streets of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.
Too Young to Die
Steven and his team get a call to the scene of a car accident involving a two-year-old. They quickly discover that things aren't quite what they seem. Later, Steven shows some tough-love to a teenager hiding a deadly sawed-off shotgun. While off-duty, Steven visits the New Orleans Children’s Hospital cancer ward and is so touched by the kids that he straps on his blues guitar and throws a benefit concert to raise money for the hospital.
A Parish under Siege
It’s Friday night in Jefferson Parish and a call comes in for a near fatal car crash. Two men are rushed to the hospital while Steven and his guys search for other possible victims. Steven tries to prevent another horrendous crash by sending a couple of men walking home when he finds a bottle of rum in their car. And later, the squad meets up with SWAT to help deal with an equally dangerous threat: rodents that are undermining the Parish’s all important levee system.
After a close call chasing a suspect with a gun, Aikido master Steven Seagal teaches his team of sheriff’s deputies some self-defence and weapons retention techniques. Back out on patrol, they get called to a parking lot brawl. They detain the suspects, but one resists arrest and kicks out a patrol car window. Later, Steven encounters two belligerent men with a gun. The members of Steven’s team are glad they’ve been trained by the best.
In this episode of Lawman, Deputy Chief Steven Seagal and his team join the narcotics unit for an undercover sting on a drug dealer. But not everyone is bad. Later, when three suspicious young men prove themselves to be law-abiding citizens, Steven invites them to a big Sheriff’s office picnic where he and the SWAT team demonstrate an exciting hostage rescue.
Deputy Chief Steven Seagal and his team get word that there may be some drug use at a local motel and there is: crack cocaine. It’s a busy night, first the motel bust and then two other crack-related stops. The next day Steven teaches martial arts to a group of young people. He hopes to instil in them the discipline and self-confidence they need to stay away from the drugs he sees on the streets every day.
Deputy Chief Steven Seagal and his team get a call for a burglary-in-progress and rush to the scene. They call in the K-9 Unit to search for a suspect who may still be in the home. Later, Steven apprehends a man who broke into a woman’s house while fleeing from the police. Steven then takes measures to defend his own home: guard dogs. If Steven can get his two aggressive, alpha males to work well together, he knows he’ll have a canine protection team that can take on any intruder.
The war on drugs continues on two fronts. First, Deputy Chief Steven Seagal and his team, responding to a routine disturbance call, find a huge stash of drugs and take a big bite out of a drug dealer’s business. Second, Steven and the guys cheer for a fellow officer as he competes in a best legs contest to raise money for a local drug rehabilitation centre.
The Student becomes the Master
Be it apprehending suspects or making sure a woman is safe in her home, Deputy Chief Steven Seagal and his team patrol the streets of Jefferson Parish in honour of their former boss, the late Harry Lee. When a man is beaten by an intruder, the team catches the suspect and works to sooth the community, just as Harry would have wanted. Later, the time has come to induct a new sheriff, Newell Norman, and Steven is confident that Newell is the right man for the job.
Firearms of the Fury
Steven and his team bust a suspect fleeing with a loaded .44 magnum and are called to the scene of a young man shot by a shotgun. With all these guns around, Steven and his team know they need to sharpen their street skills. They head to the best training they can get: a comprehensive computerized crime simulator and “real world” shoot house. Later, when a routine traffic stop takes a potentially deadly turn, Steven is glad he and his team are so well prepared.
Deputy Chief Steven Seagal's on patrol so all the criminals run and hide. That’s exactly what happens when a suspicious person call leads to an exciting chase that has Steven and his team scouring yards. Later, they face a cat and mouse game as they search a dark neighbourhood for two more runners. All the running leaves Colonel John Fortunato with a knee injury. Steven takes him to a Chinese acupuncturist where he shares his knowledge of Chinese medicine and tries to turn a skeptical cop into a true believer.
To Live or Die
Deputy Chief Steven Seagal and his team find themselves in a desperate situation when two men are robbed and shot. Steven tries to keep the victims calm until the ambulance gets there, but it’s not clear if the men will live. While not chasing down bad guys, Steven and his partner Johnny find themselves in another desperate situation when they help rebuild a home for a family who lost everything in Hurricane Katrina.
The night starts off badly as Deputy Chief Steven Seagal and his team rush to the scene of a man killed in a drive-by. Minutes later they race to another shooting: a man found dead in his car. Two homicides in less than an hour puts the unit on high alert and when they catch four young men out late, Steven has some stern words. He then gets down right harsh the next night when he finds two of them carrying drugs. But time is up for Steven, who has to get back to Hollywood - it’s time to make his next movie.