Da Vinci's Inquest (1998–2006)
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Must Be a Night for Fires 

Two suspicious fires are investigated. The first is a car fire which killed the car's occupant. And the second is on the exterior of Kosmo's house, the fire which took place while she was ... See full summary »

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Two suspicious fires are investigated. The first is a car fire which killed the car's occupant. And the second is on the exterior of Kosmo's house, the fire which took place while she was at home. Evidence indicates the two were set by the same person. Sue is rushed to hospital on a possible OD. As with all of Curtis' cases, the murder charges against Sue are going to be stayed of which she is unaware, leading to her taking an extraordinary measure while in the hospital. In preparation for the announcement of his candidacy for mayor, Da Vinci brings his team together to discuss his platform, including the controversial issues of expanding the number of safe injection sites and creating a red light district. However some leaked news indicates that there is a mole in Da Vinci's team working in part for his political foe and possible mayoral candidate, the acting mayor Joyce Simkins. Da Vinci uses this mole for his own purposes. He also learns he has an ally in the opposing camp. Leary ... Written by Huggo

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What da heck happened here, eh?
1 January 2007 | by (Bigtown, Montana USA) – See all my reviews

Why oh why did this so-excellent series just drop off a cliff like this? This has to be the most undignified ending for a great TV show since Lou Grant got pole-axed to shut up Ed Asner. The last 20 episodes skillfully developed these marvelous characters to a complex ending, then just...stopped. I got hooked watching the show last year on Superstation WGN. I think DVI is the perfect counterpoint to overproduced American dramas like CSI. To begin with, everyone who works in an office on DVI keeps their lights on. And there are no genius IQ superkillers who wreak havoc with gory crimes that suspend the laws of physics and logic. There are few explosions, no billion-dollar police laboratories where apparently no one worries about taxpayer dollars. Just good writing, good strong character development and good acting and directing. Yet maddeningly, the 91st and final (?) episode leaves us with no resolution to the previous three years of shows. I cannot find any info about why; the subsequent new series (quickly canceled) apparently did not show how Da Vinci got to City Hall, or who stopped the mad murdering bad Cop, or what happened to Sue, etc. The Show's websites appear abandoned. Does there exist somewhere a proper end to this series?


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