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Everybody Loves Raimondo's 

A film producer is killed at Raimondo's, a restaurant known for its mob ties and celebrity clientèle. Briscoe and Green discover that the producer was feuding with a novelist over profits ... See full summary »

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Anita Van Buren
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Jack McCoy
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Serena Southerlyn
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Arthur Branch
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Sonny King
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Denny Rogis
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Counselor Sizemore - Sonny King's attorney
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Pete Squiri
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Stan Loomis
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Veronica Reynolds
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Paul Raimondo
Jim Bracchitta ...
Jason Goidell
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Artie Baldo
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A film producer is killed at Raimondo's, a restaurant known for its mob ties and celebrity clientèle. Briscoe and Green discover that the producer was feuding with a novelist over profits for a movie based on the writer's book about Raimondo's. Written by jgp3553@yahoo.com

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McCoy accuses the Hudson County Prosecutor of stealing their case to "get some free publicity for your re-election campaign." However, county prosecutors in New Jersey are appointed to their positions, not elected. See more »

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[At the scene of a double homicide]
Detective Lennie Briscoe: I knew being Chief of Detectives had its benefits. I didn't know they included a table at Raimondo's.
Detective Ed Green: I hear the food here is really good.
Detective Lennie Briscoe: Oh, it's to die for.
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The book, the movie and ordering a hit and planning it in my place.
7 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

While an opera singer was performing "Santa Lucia" in a fancy Italian restaurant, two shoots were heard and two customers were killed. The place was frequented by upstanding citizens that night, including police chiefs and judges. The victim were an Italian mobster (poker gambler) and a movie producer. The shooter was soon found and the murder was related to unbelievable reason (talking during the song). Anyway forensics figured out the bullets came from different guns: so another man killed the movie producer. The second victim was known to produce gangsta movies and the last one took the cue from a novel written by a broken writer (Lenny Venito) with whom he had an argument after the movie release over money issues. The story goes on, it involves a loan shark, the restaurant owner, a lowlife hit-man and so on. At least, justice manages to get to the bottom of the case.

An unusual episode, very twisting. Everything anyway is related to Italian American culture, so similar to what really happen in southern part of Italy.


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