Law & Order (1990–2010)
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A mob-connected contractor is murdered, and his wife and her lover are connected to a hit man hired to kill him. But the case turns out to be much more complicated than it seems.

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Anita Van Buren
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Serena Southerlyn
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Sherri Rosatti
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Jamie Astangura
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Bobby 'Bobby Vig' Vignerelli
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U.S. Attorney Raymond Berman
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Jerry Malick (as Arthur Nascarella)
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Randy Porter
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Carter Quinn
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Connie Henderson
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A mob-connected contractor is murdered, and his wife and her lover are connected to a hit man hired to kill him. But the case turns out to be much more complicated than it seems.

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13 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Jack McCoy: Foster's right. It was assisted suicide.
Arthur Branch: I guess it beats dousing yourself with rum and lighting up a Cohiba.
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Parting is not sweet sorrow. It's just plain sweet.
21 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

A housemaid got in a house for the housekeeping when she realized the alarm had not been set on. The owner lied on the ground dead. Detectives found out the victim had just remarried to a young and charming girl (Gretchen Egolf), out in Bermuda for a holiday at the time of the murder. His ex-wife didn't hold any grudge against him, because she left her husband years before for a dude much younger than her. The victim worked as a contractor and his business went bad, forcing him to get a loan from a loan shark. Detectives realized there was an insurance life policy, so the wife and her lover could have hired a hit-man (a wire transfer in a offshore bank account was the smoking gun), but the killer was unable to perform the murder, because he is behind bars. A video shooting that explains everything leaves the prosecutors speechless...

Sometimes conman could have a soul, knowing what friendship is. Nice episode, I give the highest grade to it, because I was very surprised by the way it ended up.


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