Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 4, Episode 15

Death Roe (13 Mar. 2005)

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When a promising chef disappears and a restaurant critic is murdered, Goran and Eames investigate.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tommy Onerato
Daniel Oreskes ...
Duke Caldwell
Alex Burns ...
Joshua Mailer
Mrs. Caldwell
Beatrice Onorato Mailer
Dr. Miller
Seth Rudetsky ...
Eddie Dayton
Sally Moore
Fiana Toibin ...
Helene White


When a promising chef disappears and a restaurant critic is murdered, Goran and Eames investigate.

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In scene at the docks when Goran and Eames go to van from Rhode Island, it shows a commercial plate from Rhode Island with letters in the plate number. Commercial vehicle plates from Rhode Island do not have letters in them, they are all numbers. See more »


Tommy Onerato: [to his daughter] What would you want with a baby? Kids just ruin everything. I could've told you that.
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Incest & Slicing A Person Through A Meat-Grinder Are Never Pleasant Things
1 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When everything was unraveled (which usually takes about three-fourths of the episode), this story turns out to be kind of sordid story. Heck, incest is always a sordid topic.

For most of this episode, however, it's a guessing game on exactly who killed whom and for what reasons.

The story involves restaurants, food -poisoning a food critic, killing the same critic later, adultery, killing the owner of the restaurant, grinding him up in the kitchen, and a sick father-and-daughter relationship. Yummy.....what a tasteful menu on this restaurant murder story!

Two of the most interesting characters, I thought, were the supporting husband-and-wife team of "Duke and Mrs. Caldwell" (Duke being the killer's best friend). Daniel Oreskes was Duke and Stephanie Roth Haberle, his wife. Also, Kathryn Erbe, as "Det. Eames," had some sarcastically funny lines, as usual and Vincent D'Onofrio as "Det. Goren" showed a great touch of comedy in a scene involving drinking.

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