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A millionaire ex-con's wife is murdered the night of his release, and as the detectives piece together a complex case they must somehow devise a way to use his extreme paranoia against him.

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Robert Goren
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James Deakins
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Ron Carver
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Milt Winters Jr. (as Peter Marx)
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Taye Powers
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Pamela Winters
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Milton Winters
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Jack Duvall
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Dr. Chang
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Winston Malik
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Solomon
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A millionaire ex-con's wife is murdered the night of his release, and as the detectives piece together a complex case they must somehow devise a way to use his extreme paranoia against him.

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Onlookers are clearly seen in many of the scenes in this episode. Two times at the pier: the guy with the hockey gear is constantly looking back at what is happening and when the hit man is brought to the pier there's a guy walking towards Goren and Eames. Just when you can almost see this person and he's almost to Goren and Eames-he makes a sharp turn to exit the shot. The scene outside the courthouse where Goren is explaining Dempsey's plan, there's a guy who is standing behind them (Goren, Eames and Carver) who is just smiling in a black beret-looking straight at the camera crew as they walk off to the left. See more »

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Dempsey Powers: You're a devil.
Detective Alexandra Eames: You should see me in a blue dress.
Dempsey Powers: Yeah, well I ain't afraid of the devil.
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A tale of two cons
24 August 2017 | by See all my reviews

This Criminal Intent episode is the story of a pair of convicts, one is Clifton Powell who stands in well with the black convicts in the joint. The second is Joel Grey whom I'm surprised is not in more Club Fed like surroundings. Nevertheless he's rich enough to afford the protection Powell can give him. He can also buy himself some hits on the outside that wait until Grey's paroled and can savor the moment.

I doubt Grey is the type of millionaire known for his philanthropy. He's got a Howard Hughes type paranoia about his fortune, but much worse. It's quite a performance.

And it's a treat to see how Vincent D'Onofrio makes the paranoia work for law enforcement to nail Grey and Powell.


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