Line of Fire

Line of Fire

infobox television
show_name = Line of Fire


caption =
format = Drama/Crime
runtime = 60 min.
creator = Rod Lurie
starring = Leslie Bibb
Jeffrey D. Sams
David Paymer
Anson Mount
country = USA
executive_producer = Marc Frydman
Rod Lurie
Jeff Melvoin
network = ABC
opentheme =
camera =
first_aired = December 2 2003
last_aired = May 30 2004
num_episodes = 13 (2 unaired)
num_seasons = 1
tv_com_id = 13552
imdb_id = 0361200
website =

"Line of Fire" is a crime drama television series that was broadcast on ABC for 11 episodes in the winter of 2003-2004. It starred Leslie Bibb and Jeffrey D. Sams as two rookie FBI agents assigned to the bureau's Richmond, Virginia branch, where their story parallels that of a local mob boss Jonah Malloy (David Paymer). When a fellow agent is murdered in a shootout with the gangsters, the head of the FBI branch (Leslie Hope) declares an all-out war on the criminal underworld. The following episodes weaved intricately between Bibb and Sams' federal agency and Paymer's gang, though the two storylines rarely met head-on, except when occasionally focusing on an undercover agent (Anson Mount). The show was canceled after just 11 episodes in June 2004, though 13 episodes in all were produced.

Mob boss Jonah Malloy's signature line was "That's that with that."

Episode Listing

*1x01 "Pilot" December 2, 2003
*1x02 "Take the Money and Run" December 9, 2003
*1x03 "Undercover Angel" December 16, 2003
*1x04 "Mockingbird" December 23, 2003
*1x05 "Boom, Swagger, Boom" December 30, 2003
*1x06 "The Best-Laid Plans" January 6, 2004
*1x07 "I'm Your Boogie Man" January 13, 2004
*1x08 "Mother & Child Reunion" January 27, 2004
*1x09 "The Senator" February 3, 2004
*1x10 "Born to Run" (unaired)
*1x11 "This Land Is Your Land" (unaired)
*1x12 "Eminence Front: Part 1" May 30, 2004
*1x13 "Eminence Front: Part 2" May 30, 2004

External links

*imdb title|id=0361200|title=Line of Fire


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