The Code (2019– )
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Abe and Harper travel to Afghanistan to investigate when an Afghan commander is killed on a U.S. base; when a Marine is accused of the crime, Trey and Maya join their colleagues to defend him in an on-base hearing.

Director:

Jann Turner

Writers:

Craig Sweeny (created by), Craig Turk (created by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Luke Mitchell ... Captain John 'Abe' Abraham
Anna Wood ... Captain Maya Dobbins
Ato Essandoh ... Major Trey Ferry
Phillipa Soo ... Lieutenant Harper Li
Raffi Barsoumian ... Warrant Officer Rami Ahmadi
Dana Delany ... Colonel Glenn Turnbull
Aaron Tveit ... Matt Dobbins
Chalia La Tour ... 2nd Lt. Zandra Carter
Derek Klena ... Adam Turnbull
Cotter Smith ... Asa Turnbull
Jenn Colella ... Lt. Col. Judge Jette
Colby Minifie ... Sgt. Phoebe Day
Dariush Kashani ... Police Chief Shilmani
Rosanny Zayas ... Valentina Cruz
Adam Chanler-Berat ... Lt. Glen 'One-N' Eick
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Abe and Harper travel to Afghanistan to investigate when an Afghan commander is killed on a U.S. base; when a Marine is accused of the crime, Trey and Maya join their colleagues to defend him in an on-base hearing.

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Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

3 June 2019 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Bacha Bazi is an Afghan custom found in rural areas, a boy is captured or bought for pleasure by his captor. See more »

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Well, this only gets worse.....
4 June 2019 | by jamaisj-838-93732See all my reviews

In the episode the crux of the matter is that a solider shoots a superior officer in the unsupported belief that he was sexually abusing a teenage boy he had purchased from a local family. That is, there was no consideration whether or not the soldier had purchased the boy for sexual reasons or to rescue the boy from the dangers of his everyday life.

There are three issues here: 1) She could have reported him for doing so rather than taking action herself, especially as there was no evidence that the boy was being harmed.

2) Regardless of intent the solider was purchasing another human life, something that is illegal in and of itself.

3) The actual intent of the soldier was never a consideration.

The bottom line is that it just felt as if they went for the lowest common denominator rather than trying to actually present an actual case. That is, rather than exploring both sides of the situation it was pretty obvious they were just going for the worst case situation and not even attempting to make it interesting.

I am really starting to hope this show won't be removed....


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