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"The Wolves of Deep Brooklyn" is the twelfth episode of Forever. It aired on January 6, 2015.

Press Release[]

"Greed is definitely not good when Henry and Jo investigate the murder of a young financial investment phenom from humble beginnings who turns up dead near the East River. Coincidently, he also happens to be the son of one of Abe's wartime Army buddies. Henry's first case back on the job after a leave to recover from killing a man has Jo and Lt. Reese keeping him under observation out of an abundance of concern. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to Henry, Abe decides to play detective with his Army buddies to solve the murder with surprising results. In a touching flashback, Henry recalls his anxiety over letting a 17-year-old Abe go to Vietnam after he is recruited by the Army."[1]




Guest Starring[]

  • Mackenzie Mauzy as Abigail Morgan
  • William Baldwin as Oliver Clausten
  • Clarke Peters as Jerry Charters
  • Daniel Abeles as Val Kaplan
  • Sepideh Moafi as Melanie Sparo
  • Michael Godere as Kevin Crachiolla
  • Steve Kaplan as Teen Abe
  • Pierre Epstein as Myron Roth
  • Paul O'Brien as Marco Fox
  • Anne Horak as Hannah Dalford
  • Martin Van Treuren as Dr. Harold Washington
  • David Shabtai as Jason Fox
  • Samuel Douglas Clark as Roland
  • Christopher Coakley as Teen Marco
  • Lee Garrett as Broker 1
  • Alex Curtis as Broker 2


  • "There is a risk anytime we venture into the unknown, whenever we are compelled for whatever push away the safety of the familiar, of family and home. And there is the notion that this impulse is, indeed, for the best, that whatever doesn't kill us makes stronger. Unless of course it does." —Henry
  • "Committing fully to the protection of another can often engender a kind of paradox. In doing so, we are tempted to put ourselves at risk -- the very thing most likely to cause pain in those whom we are trying so desperately to keep pain from. Over time, however, one learns that the choices of those we love are impossible to control." —Henry
  • "I didn't have to kill him. I shouldn't have. But I did... And that's something I'm going to live with" - Henry


Henry took three weeks off, following his killing [ep 11]

We find out how devoted Jo is to Henry in that episode, as she doesn't speak a word to Lt. Reece about his suicidal instincts.

Jo and Henry share a tender moment at the end of the episode, as he confesses he never intended to kill Clark Walker [ep 11]




See also[]

Forever Episodes

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