YEARS ON FORCE:
Not mentioned, probably at least a decade to have achieved detective status.
Not much is known about Jack Huey, except that for a while, he and Louis seemed
to be in competition with Ray as to who could solve the most cases. Once Louis
died, Huey appeared to work alone, but he was given a new partner in the third
season (Thomas E. Dewey). Huey's a good detective whose skills we don't see too often.
Louis Gardino (deceased), Ray Vecchio
(on a couple occasions), Thomas E. Dewey. No others have been mentioned.
Shot in the shoulder but luckily nothing major until Juliet is Bleeding.
Regular business suits; better dresser than his late
- Smokes cigars (Chicago Holiday, pt. 1).
- Disliked Fraser intently after Fraser 'freed' Zuko (whom Huey believed was
responsible for Louis' death.) (Juliet is Bleeding)
- If he came into a lot of money, wouldn't mind opening up a jazz club. (Mountie
on the Bounty)
For more information on the character, from the actor who portrayed this character,
check out the TCEB Jack Huey
For information on the actor who portrays this character, please see the
Tony Craig page.
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