Thief focuses on a crew of thieves led by "Nick Atwater" (Andre Braugher) who find themselves in profound danger and at a moral crossroads. It also follows the unlikely father-daughter relationship between Atwater and his 14-year-old stepdaughter (Mae Whitman), who forces him to confront the lies which have defined his carefully ordered world. While the crew tries to pull off the most dangerous heist of their career ? stealing \$40 million from the U.S. government earmarked for the war on drugs in South America ? their lives are complicated by the guilt they feel at the murder of one of their own, a crooked cop looking to clean up his own image with a big takedown, and a terminally ill killer sent by the Chinese Mafia looking to settle a score of their own.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2006-03-28

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The Penitent Thief, also known as the Good Thief or the Thief on the Cross, is one of two unnamed persons mentioned in a version of the Crucifixion of Jesus in the New Testament. The Gospel of Luke describes one asking Jesus to “remember him” when Jesus will have “come into” his kingdom. The other, as the impenitent thief, asks Jesus why he cannot save himself. He is officially venerated in the Catholic Church. The Roman Martyrology places his commemoration on March 25, together with the Feast of the Annunciation, because of a Medieval Catholic hypothesis that Christ (and the penitent thief) were crucified and died exactly on the anniversary of Christ's Incarnation. He is given the name Dismas in the Gospel of Nicodemus and is traditionally known in Catholicism as “Saint Dismas”  (sometimes Dysmas; in Spanish and Portuguese, Dimas). Other traditions have bestowed other names: In Coptic Orthodox tradition and the Narrative of Joseph of Arimathea, he is named Demas. In the Codex Colbertinus, he is named Zoatham. In Russian Orthodox tradition, he is named Rakh.

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