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"Homicide: Life on the Street" Forgive Us Our Trespasses (TV Episode 1999) Poster

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The last scene of the series finale is a mirror of the first scene of the series premiere, with Detective Meldrick Lewis and his partner searching an alleyway. The final line of the series "It's a mystery" is also the first line spoken in the series.
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This episode takes place in March, April and May 1999.
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The show was never a favorite of the bosses at NBC because it's ratings were so much lower than the network's mega-hits of the 1990's, especially "ER", but ironically the overall power of NBC allowed the show to last for 7 seasons and over 100 episodes, because it was one of the best-reviewed and generally admired NBC programs by critics and other writers and directors and actors. "ER" even helped the show simply by drawing such a huge rights-renewal fee that NBC stated that some of that revenue was going to be used to keep "Homicide" for its 6th and 7th (and final) seasons.
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Last episode of the series.
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