In Plain Sight (2008–2012)

Hoosier Daddy 

Mary protects a 10-year-old witness from being returned to his father, but as the story unfolds learns new information about the boy she's protecting.


John Fortenberry


David Maples (creator), David Maples


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mary McCormack ... Mary Shannon
Frederick Weller ... Marshall Mann
Nichole Hiltz ... Brandi Shannon
Lesley Ann Warren ... Jinx Shannon
Vincent Ventresca ... Vernon McRoy
Bobby Coleman ... Lonny McRoy / Leo Billups
Michael B. Silver ... Arlo Meyers
Paul Ben-Victor ... Stan McQueen
Beth Bailey ... Wendy Billups
Bob Jesser ... Carter Billups
Mark Sivertsen ... Vincent Serato
Kevin Wiggins ... Dan
Steven Michael Quezada ... Luis Cruz (as Steven Quezada)
Tomas Sanchez ... Jamie Cruz
Judith Jones Judith Jones ... Liz McRoy


After witnessing the murder of his mother, and because of his knowledge of his father's drug business, young eight-year-old Lonny, soon to be Leo, must be placed into witness protection. Because of his age, the only option for the lad, is to be placed with another family, the Billups, who's already in the program. A year and a half later, the Billups make it official and legally adopt 'Leo', only to discover that Leo's father is out of prison, and wants his son back. Knowing that this is must be a ploy to bring Leo out of hiding, and into harm's way, Mary does everything in her power to stop it. Jinx, Mary's mother, tries her hand at door-to-door cosmetic sales. Written by Lynne Boris Johnston

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Release Date:

8 June 2008 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Mary visits Vernon McRoy hoping to convince him not to try to regain custody of his son, she hands him an envelope with pictures of the boy's new life with his foster family in Albuquerque. When he asks what's in the envelope, she responds, "Fan mail from some flounder." Her line is taken from a short cartoon sequence used to segue to commercials on "The Bullwinkle Show" (1961-1964). Rocky and Bullwinkle were depicted on a beach, and Rocky would say, "Look Bullwinkle, a message in a bottle," to which Bullwinkle would respond, "Fan mail from some flounder?" Rocky would respond, "No, something really amazing," and hold the "message" toward the camera, at which point the show would cut to a commercial. See more »


When Jinx comes out to show Brandi the $10 bill she got for a sale, the bill's position in Jinx's hands alternates from the front of the bill facing Brandi to the front of the bill facing Jinx between shots. See more »


Mary Shannon: [to Arlo] How many times a week people tell you "You suck"?
Arlo Meyers: [to Stan] You let her speak to me like this?
Stan McQueen: Seems like a valid question.
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