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Quarry Seasons 1-2 DVD Box Set


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  • Quarry Seasons 1-2 DVD Special Features
    Actors: Logan Marshall-Green, Jodi Balfour
    Language: English
    Boxed Set: Yes    
    Number of discs: 6
    Condition: New    
    Region: Region Free    
    Weight: 0.6 kg
    Format: Support both NTSC & PAL    
    Rated: NR (Not Rated)    
    DVD Release Date: 2017
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    Quarry Seasons 1-2 DVD Overview

    Detectives Tommy Olsen and Vern Ratliff receive a call about a dead body and go the scene. Joni and her coworker are driving to Cliffs house to pick him up for work then they spot the police. Joni insists on leaving quickly, and Tommy notices them driving off. Mac meets Buddy at a bar asking advice on what to do next and later visits Ruth, Arthurs widow, offering her money and help, but she declines. Mac goes to his father's house, hoping to ask for money, but is welcomed by his stepmother whos not happy to see him. Frustrated and drunk,  Quarry Seasons 1-2 DVD he goes home and tosses his and Jonis bed. Joni comes home to find the house in shambles and Mac lying on the floor drunk. She locks the bedroom door on him and he pounds on the door. She finds a knife on the ground and hides it in her purse. Mac leaves and goes to a strip club where he asks Gwen, the bartender about a onelegged man; they also flirt. The two detectives question Joni at work, where she tells them they were just friends. She later removes a cassette tape from Cliffs desk. At the diner, Ruth serves a new customer, Moses. Later,  Quarry Seasons 1-2 Moses enters and searches her home. Buddy takes Mac with him to a meeting with a gunrunner and it quickly goes sideways, resulting in a bloody shootout. After killing the men, Buddy and Mac clean up the evidence and Macs debt is reduced to $25,000. Mac goes to Gwens house where they have sex. Suggs, who has been tailing Mac the entire time, knocks on the door, knowing Joni is alone.