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

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Tommy Onerato
Daniel Oreskes ...
Duke Caldwell
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Joshua Mailer
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When a promising chef disappears and a restaurant critic is murdered, Goran and Eames investigate.

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When Goren and Eames visit the doctors office, Goren plays with a model of a human being. This is the Visible Man kit, well known for years. There was also a visible woman which could be built pregnant. See more »

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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 »

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Tommy Onerato: [to his son-in-law] In bocca al lupo.
[Usually "Good luck"; but literally "Into the mouth of the wolf."]
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Minute traces
26 April 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Critics of any kind including those who write reviews for IMDb are subject to all kinds of criticism themselves. It it's a bad review on something someone likes they will hear about it.

Two homicides are connected in a case that Vincent D'Onofrio and and Kathryn Erbe get for Major Case. The first victim is a woman in male drag found on the UN grounds by a diplomat. That guarantees Major Case will be there. She was not a performer of any kind, she was a food critic.

But the second victim is Alex Burns a rising young chef who is opening a new restaurant. He's disappeared, but there's enough traces of him to suspect there's a homicide for Goren and Eames. Minute traces to be sure.

Burns was married to Monica Keena, daughter of Chris Penn who is a well known chef with his own TV show. Let's say this whole family has issues.

Forensics plays a big part in solving this one as well as a con Goren runs on one of the cast.

The whole cast does a bang up job on this one.


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