COLE COMES FACE TO FACE WITH HIS HIDDEN PAST WHEN A FELLOW
DETECTIVE IS SHOT, WHILE BANKS TRIES TO DEFY FATE BY STOPPING
A STRING OF BUS ROBBERIES, ON ABC'S "THE UNUSUALS"
"42" � Cole receives a disturbing call from Lutz, who believes Walsh knows he killed Kowalski and is on his way to Walsh's diner. Lutz poses as a customer and strikes up a conversation with Walsh before pulling a gun and firing. Lutz escapes and Walsh discovers that one stray bullet went through the diner into his apartment, striking Beaumont. Cole fears for his future as Walsh and Casey begin to uncover pieces of his past relationship with Lutz. Meanwhile, Banks continues to be haunted by the number 42 while he and Delahoy investigate a string of bus robberies. One passenger, a clairvoyant, tries to help them catch the robber with her predictions, causing Banks to question whether fate can be stopped, on "The Unusuals," WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29 (10:02-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
"The Unusuals" stars Amber Tamblyn as Detective Casey Shraeger, Jeremy Renner as Detective Jason Walsh, Harold Perrineau as Detective Leo Banks, Josh Close as Detective Henry Cole, Monique Gabriela Curnen as Detective Allison Beaumont, Kai Lennox as Detective Eddie Alvarez, with Terry Kinney as Sergeant Harvey Brown and Adam Goldberg as Detective Eric Delahoy.
Guest starring in "42" are Ryan O'Nan as Frank Lutz, Ian Kahn as Davis Nixon, Heather Burns as Bridget Demopolis, Robyn Rikoon as Amy Burch, Victor Cruz as Officer Carl Dunk, Cristin Milioti as sketch artist, Joanna P. Adler as Jennifer Goodman, Dewanda Wise as nurse, Andrew Pang as doctor, Boyd Holbrook as punk, Marcella Lowery as Sheila Trunk, Flaco Navaja as Louis Diaz, Nancy Eng as Chinese woman, Yevgeniy Dekhtayav as Serbian interpreter, Eliza Zagreda as Serbian woman, Lydia Gaston as Filipino interpreter, Abeba T. Davis as Yoruban interpreter, Bashir Solebo as Yoruban man, Chris Fischer as beat cop and Jason R. Moore as bomb tech.
"42" was written by Sara Watson and directed by Matt Earl Beesley.
"The Unusuals" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound and Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. A TV parental guideline will be posted closer to airdate.
This episode of "The Unusuals" will be available on ABC.com the day after airing on the network for users to watch online.