CBS Entertainment has released the Official Synopsis of The Code episode “Don and Doff” (1.11) that will be aired on Monday, June 24 at 09:00-10:00 PM.
Abe and Harper’s investigation into the accidental overdose of a Marine takes a turn when they can’t find any fingerprints – even the deceased’s – on the pill bottle, leading them to believe he was murdered. Also, Abe receives a warning about testifying in a lawsuit against the Corps, and Maya is concerned that her brother does not have his mental illness under control.
“The Code” is starring Luke Mitchell (Captain John “Abe” Abraham), Anna Wood (Captain Maya Dobbins), Ato Essandoh (Major Trey Ferry), Phillipa Soo (Lieutenant Harper Li), Dana Delany (Colonel Glenn Turnbull) and Raffi Barsoumian (Warrant Officer Rami Ahmadi)
Recurring cast are Justine Cotsonas (Alex Hunt), Derek Klena (Adam Turnbull), De’Adre Aziza (Nona Ferry), Aaron Tveit (Matt Dobbins), Emma Sweeny (Daniella Hunt), Quentin Earl Darrington (Judge Soldier).
Guest Cast are Johnny Wu (NCIS Agent Chong), Celeste Arias (Nina Stanhope), Bhavesh Patel (Dr. Rayburn), Brian O’Neill (Lt. Col. Talley), Sharon Washington (Tiffany Dixon-Green), Will Hochman (Sgt. Jacob Kalb), Christopher Cassarino (Garth Bader), Kacie Sheik (Ally), Sherman Howard (General Geiger), Shiva Kalaiselvan (Krista/Bartender), Steven Hauck (Yates Van Der Meer), Brendan Patrick Connor (Det. Conrad), Shannon Marie Sullivan (Kimber Spratt), Stan Demidoff (Vaclav), Teresa Avia Lim (Katya).
EDITOR’S NOTE: This episode has been removed from the broadcast schedule by CBS. A new airdate will be published when it becomes available.
The Code is a drama about the military’s brightest minds who tackle the toughest legal challenges facing the U.S. Marine Corps. As prosecutors, defense lawyers, and investigators, these Marines work together to serve their country with integrity while often putting aside their personal ideals for the sake of justice.
The Code is produced by CBS Television Studios with executive producers Craig Sweeny, Marc Webb, Carl Beverly, Sarah Timberman, Craig Turk and Christine Moore.