Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 1, Episode 12

Crazy (13 Jan. 2002)

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A psychiatrist and frequent expert witness becomes obsessed with a younger woman. When her young niece is suspected of being abused, the father is murdered. A messy divorce with mob overtones muddies the water.

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A psychiatrist and frequent expert witness becomes obsessed with a younger woman. When her young niece is suspected of being abused, the father is murdered. A messy divorce with mob overtones muddies the water.

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Bar Mitzvah killing
6 December 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The eclectic and quirky Vincent D'Onofrio has a real interesting duel of wits with Michael Gross playing a psychologist. Not only a psychologist but one who is on call as a prosecution witness when they're trying to dispute an insanity defense. In fact when we meet him first, Gross is testifying at one of Courtney B. Vance's trials.

Ever since he left Family Ties playing the former hippie now parent Steven Keaton, Gross has played mostly bad guys and well. I've seen him in so many sleazeball parts that I wonder how he was ever cast in Family Ties in the first place. But being a psychologist who knows how both crazy people think and about police methods, this guy will not be easy to take down.

The reason for the murder of a man at the Bar Mitzvah of his son is to impress the victim's sister-in-law whom Gross has absolutely flipped over. Stephanie Seymour is certainly one beautiful woman. Why a murder to impress her and why the brother-in-law is for your viewing pleasure.

The end is usually a battle of wits between Major Case and the perpetrator. This one is one of the best.


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