Esteemed former Senator Randolph Kittridge succumbs to cancer while his son and daughter wrangle over a codicil to his will providing that his body be cryogenically frozen after his death. ... See full summary »

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Spencer Durning
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Nicholas Durning
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Jack Kittridge
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Nelson Broome
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Katie Guardino
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Esteemed former Senator Randolph Kittridge succumbs to cancer while his son and daughter wrangle over a codicil to his will providing that his body be cryogenically frozen after his death. But when not only the ailing Senator but also his daughter die, Eames and Goren start looking at murder suspects and their motives. Written by John Hosking

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Detective Alexandra Eames: Senator Kittridge will be disappointed his polyp didn't get to save mankind from some terrible disease.
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A Sad Legacy
28 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are some really strange doings in this episode, such as:

A famous old senator who dies and who, along with his daughter want to frozen (cryogenics) so they can re-unite sometime down the road; a son who is running for Senator not wanting this to happen; the son winning a quick court battle over it and then having his father's remains cremated; the father's brain apparently removed by someone for research; Goren and Eames finding out the son really isn't the son of the senator but of his mother's old bodyguard..... on and on.

Overall, it's a tale of someone who thinks more of his legacy than of human life and his family. Sad.


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