Creator Matt Nix (Burn Notice) hopes those fans who discovered the action/comedy hybrid (which stars Bradley Whitford and Colin Hanks as reaaaaaalllly mismatched police partners) during its summer run will follow the show in season 2. But expect a few small changes: ”What we’ve found is we’ve been most excited about the episodes that have really focused on the interactions between the characters rather than the big cases,” says Nix. ”It’s a matter of all those things we learned in [doing] those first nine episodes.” Viewers can also look for Gary Cole (Entourage) to appear in an episode as Whitford’s old partner and Machete’s Danny Trejo in another as — surprise! — a major baddie. SEPT. 24
Posted September 10 2010 — 12:00 AM EDT
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