Kay Howard becomes closer to John Munch when she realizes how saddened he is by children being involved in horrific crimes. Meanwhile Bayliss falls for a seductive closet-goth, Emma Zoole.

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Kay Howard becomes closer to John Munch when she realizes how saddened he is by children being involved in horrific crimes. Meanwhile Bayliss falls for a seductive closet-goth, Emma Zoole.

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11 November 1994 (USA)  »

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In the prior episode Homicide: Life on the Street: Extreme Unction , Lewis says Det. Crosetti is on vacation and was due back the following day. At the beginning of this episode, he casually tells the model maker girl Det. Crosetti is dead. Crosetti's death was not explained between these episodes, which aired one after the other. Crosetti's death was explained two episodes later in Homicide: Life on the Street: Crosetti, which aired the following month, and showed Lewis was extremely upset over the death. See more »

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John Munch: You're divorced. Divorced people don't visit each other, they hate each other... this I know.
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References Judy Splinters (1949) See more »

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