Goren and Eames try to unravel a deadly mystery after an elderly woman dies in a fire and bequeaths some of her estate to a young woman who is subsequently murdered. Soon their ... See full summary »

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Goren and Eames try to unravel a deadly mystery after an elderly woman dies in a fire and bequeaths some of her estate to a young woman who is subsequently murdered. Soon their investigation turns to a shady state public administrator who has re-invented the concept of "grave-robbing." Goren discovers the suspect's weakness for expensive collector cars, but to make the case succeed in court, he might also need to exploit his quarry's personal relationships. Written by Anonymous

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This is the third time that Paul Dooley and 'Dennis Christopher' have played father and son. The two previous times were in movies: Liam and Hughie Brenner in "A Wedding" (1978), and Raymond and Dave Stoller in Breaking Away (1979). See more »

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All they can get from tire marks on the floor is a wheelbase estimate. And it's not possible to accurately state the manufacturer, year, and model from a wheelbase estimate. And yet they have someone who does all three. There is some variation is wheelbase from model to model and manufacturer to manufacturer. But many wheelbase lengths are shared by many different cars. See more »

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Detective Robert Goren: [sitting in the driver's seat of Roger's virgin 1962 Ferrari GTO] Oh, I wish I could tell you how this *feels.* But I can't, not in mixed company... You have no idea!
Roger Coffman: You son-of-a-bitch!
Detective Robert Goren: You have no idea.
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Familiar faces?!
9 November 2007 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

The guest stars of this episode, Dennis Christopher and Paul Dooley, play son and father (respectively). This pairing of actors will probably ring a bell with many viewers. It should, because it's a veritable blast from the past. It's also an homage to a very popular movie of yesteryear. Paul Dooley and Dennis Christopher played father and son once before, you see. Think back to 1979 -- and the sleeper hit, BREAKING AWAY. Their indelible pairing in that movie is now evoked a generation later in this episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent, in which they play family members whose fortunes revolve not around the wheels of bicycles, as in BREAKING AWAY, but the wheels of costly sports cars -- and the inexorable turning of the wheels of justice.


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