Several people are murdered and Goren and Eames must find what connected them. Soon the detectives realize they are after a very intelligent and dangerous killer.

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Several people are murdered and Goren and Eames must find what connected them. Soon the detectives realize they are after a very intelligent and dangerous killer.

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Jay O. Sanders who plays a hit man in this episode goes on to play Captain Joseph Hannah in later episodes. See more »

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Susan Rowan: Why are you showing me this?
Detective Alexandra Eames: This is what your husband does for a living: he kills people.
Detective Robert Goren: That's how he paid for this car, the house, the condo in Florida.
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One clever killer
4 October 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

A pair of nice guest star performances dominate this Criminal Intent episode. Jay O. Sanders and comedian Jim Gaffigan play a most brutal but extremely clever killer and a hapless cousin who happens to run a crematory that Sanders finds useful in his line of work.

The victim here is an embalmer and Sanders very nearly throws the police off the track here. Only a very eclectic mind like Adrian Monk or in this case Robert Goren would have spotted this particular frame.

Let's just say that the crematory isn't doing it's job and their are a lot of rotting corpses literally floating around which are useful to Sanders who is a contract killer. There were two incidents like this involving funeral homes that were not doing what they are supposed to do in real life in the previous decade, one of them in Brooklyn as I recall. This is from where this episode is taken.

Sanders leads a neat compartmentalized life, not even his wife has a clue what he does. In fact his own traits are what Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe trap him with.

You have to see how they do it, really clever themselves.


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