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The show was canceled with five episodes left on its first season.
If you're looking for a reality show, that's Chase.
Note: Officially renamed Jerry Bruckheimer's Chase in Britain, presumably to avoid confusion with the ITV game show The Chase.
- Absurdly High Stakes Game: Operation Lasso
- Action Girl: Annie and Daisy.
- Ballistic Discount: Fugitive Jack Druggan guns down a gang of gun dealers with one of their own automatic rifles after they unwisely attempt to rip him off in "The Comeback Kid".
- Belligerent Sexual Tension: Ben and Annie, emphasis on the belligerent in Annie's case.
- Bounty Hunter: Ben Crowley, Annie's nemesis.
- California Doubling: Averted, as the series is shot in Texas.
- Catch Phrase: Annie's "Let's ride!". A callback to how the Marshals used to get around.
- Corrupt Cop: Annie's father might have been one.
- Marco's old partner in Narcotics, forcing him to Shoot the Sonofabitch.
- Cowboy Cop: Annie, in spades. Including charging a machine gun wielding fugitive while he was reloading.
- Hell, she has a vial in which she keeps the bullets she's been struck with.
- Destination Defenestration: Threatened to a corrupt Assistant US Attorney in "Narco, Pt. 1", unless he gives up how he's been reaching Isabella Cordova. Given the rampage she's been on, it's probably not an Empty Cop Threat in this case.
- It turns out he was forced to because they have a hostage.
- Determinator: Annie lets nothing stand in her way.
- Disappeared Dad: Annie's dad.
- Embarrassing Middle Name: Annie "Nolan" Frost, Daisy "Gladys" Ogbaa.
- Ephebophile: Jackson Leary.
- Daisy's former music teacher.
- Eye Scream: "Narco, Pt. 1" - When the bad guys come to collect the accountant under the Marshals' protection, the officer sharing the room looks through the peephole to see what's going on, only to catch a bullet from the Genre Savvy villain who expected this.
- Hands-On Approach: Played for creepy in episode 14, where the fugitive, a pedophile Corrupt Cop, shows a girl how to cut a tomato rose.
- Kill It with Fire: The way the accountant in "Narco, pt. 1" bites it.
- Knight Templar: Bob McGraw. Basically acts like a less stable version of Judge Dredd or The Punisher.
- Despite this, he Did Not Do the Research on several things. For instance, reading a plate number without phonetics.
- Psycho Lesbian: Karen in "Under the Radar". More a psycho who happens to be lesbian, though.
- Public Service Announcement: Like Without a Trace did for missing persons, Chase does for wanted felons.
- Pistol-whip, uh-oh: After hitting a gargantuan domestic abuser fugitive to no effect, Oh, shoot! Then played straight. Takes smashing his head through a window to finally stop him.
- Rape as Backstory: Daisy was molested by her music teacher for over six years. She breaks into his house and kills him in "Roundup".
- Run for the Border
- Shout-Out: A stolen police car in episode 14 had the callsign "1-Adam-12".
- Stern Chase: This is Fugitive: The Series, but with guilty subjects.
- Tempting Fate: When taking down Hank Collins for petty larceny, The comment "Hey, it's easy points!" is made. Then the window explodes and he comes out wielding an .223 automatic rifle.
Annie: So much for the easy point!