Quitting smoking dominates the conversation ad behavior of the homicide detectives even as they solve what may be a gang-related killing of a 14-year-old boy. Lt. Giardello discovers a ... See full summary »

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Beau Felton
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Frank Pembleton
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Meldrick Lewis
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Steve Crosetti
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Dr. Eli Devilbiss
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Evan Hess
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Col. Burt Granger
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Quitting smoking dominates the conversation ad behavior of the homicide detectives even as they solve what may be a gang-related killing of a 14-year-old boy. Lt. Giardello discovers a secret asbestos removal project on the third floor and confronts his superiors on behalf of his squad. Written by jeaneva

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Det. John Munch: [after finding an apparent suicide in a stable where country music is playing on a portable radio] What do you get when you play a country- western song backwards?
Uniform Roger Gaffney: What?
Det. John Munch: You get your wife back, your job back and your dog back.
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Connections

References Field of Dreams (1989) See more »

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Love Me Tender
Written by Ken Darby, Vera Matson, Elvis Presley
Portion sung by Ned Beatty, closing scene
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