Da Vinci's Inquest: Season 7, Episode 5

That's Why They Call It a Conspiracy (9 Nov. 2004)

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Da Vinci, Kosmo and Leary are called to a moored boat where a dead body was found. On board the boat is a one tonne cache of marijuana. The boat belongs to an old friend of Leary's, the ... See full summary »

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Da Vinci, Kosmo and Leary are called to a moored boat where a dead body was found. On board the boat is a one tonne cache of marijuana. The boat belongs to an old friend of Leary's, the deceased, his best friend from public school, Will Summers. Leary knows that Will had been smuggling dope for years. After he gets the news about Will, Will's father makes a special request to Leary. Chick provides the investigators with some ideas of where the marijuana was headed. Brian, with Marla at his side, tries to insinuate himself into the investigation. They have a chat with Will's girlfriend, Lila Tuan, the chat with ulterior motives. With continuing investigations, Brian builds up a case against Sue with Internal. Finn, in turn, tells Kurtz where his investigation is headed. With the Roy Cardinale case, Da Vinci has a discussion with Crown Counsel William Chen to see what's happening with possible charges. And Constable Rosario has a "friendly" chat with John Dunne's firefighter father, ... Written by Huggo

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Great acting and writing is a joy to watch
21 August 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The plot keeps evolving, turning and twisting and the show keeps surprising and pleasing me even though I have seen many of these episodes before. There are so many things happening that it's hard to keep up; you can't let your attention wander for a second but that's just the way I like it.

Every actor is in top form and totally believable. You've got to admire the acting right from the perfect ranting scenes, to the drunk bar talk to the very touching scene where Det. Leo Shannon (Donnelly Rhodes) learns of his wife's death. He brought tears to my eyes with his skillful yet understated facial expressions and because of his amazing delivery where the words caught in his throat, I had to watch it several times because I wanted to admire the great skill and beauty of his performance.

I hope I am not a lone voice in the dark when I say that this series was truly exceptional.


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