Six people die in a helicopter explosion. Evidence points to a millionaire con-man who provides self-actualization seminars for his wealthy clients.

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Elias Grace
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Six people die in a helicopter explosion. Evidence points to a millionaire con-man who provides self-actualization seminars for his wealthy clients.

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In the beginning the tower man states "5 plus pilot on board Robbie." After the crash Briscoe says "6 on board including the pilot." This would mean an unaccounted for person based on the manifest, but then when Briscoe is reading the names of the passengers off he only says 5 names, not counting the pilot. That would mean the first statement by the tower man was correct and Briscoe misspoke on the dock right after the crash. See more »

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Det. Green replaces the picture of the burnt bomb box before leaving for the boutique, yet the salesperson in the boutique identifies the box from the picture he hands her. See more »

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Elias Grace: Isn't it great to say exactly what you feel?
Det. Lennie Briscoe: I tried that with my first wife.
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"You're making my skin crawl"
15 December 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This is one bloody crime scene here. Jerry Orbach and Jesse Martin catch a multiple homicide of a shuttle helicopter to JFK Airport, six passengers and a pilot, one of the passengers a child.

The investigation leads to one of the passengers who was a member of some kind of self improvement group with an exclusive membership, only people with at least seven figures in the asset column. Michael McKean is our group leader and he gets the idea that a member of his group who is currently staying with he an his wife Annette O'Toole is having an affair with him. Which offends his alpha male sensibilities since McKean has been eying his wife Dana Wheeler-Nicholson.

The evidence gathered is pretty overwhelming and McKean doesn't even go to trial, but pleads out.

That is not the end of the story. I will not reveal that because it is too bizarre, not a hint you have to see it for yourself. But Angie Harmon has that lovely piece of dialog that's at the title of this review.


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