Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 5, Episode 10

Dollhouse (8 Jan. 2006)

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The death of a car salesman leads Logan and Barek down a convoluted path involving two sisters, extortion, and a lawyer in love.

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The death of a car salesman leads Logan and Barek down a convoluted path involving two sisters, extortion, and a lawyer in love.

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Detective Mike Logan: He gives her a car; three months later he tries to shoot her. Sounds like love to me.
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Interesting Characters, Tough To Follow
28 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't feel so bad now after reading the plot line here on the IMDb title page. It uses the word "convoluted." Boy, they aren't kidding; this was a tough story to follow.

Every minute, we are hearing the same names being used in different contexts and it got very confusing. "Danielle is trying to do this while Claire and Declan are....." whatever, and these three names in particular are said over and over with each one of them a possible suspect at any given time. About every few minutes you assumed one or both or all of them were guilty of something! "Danielle Quinn" was played by Elizabeth Berkeley, whom many people will always associate with the 1995 soft-porn film "Showgirls." To her credit, she's turned out to be a decent actress. In here, she still looked like the slutty character she played in that film. Christopher MacDonald, a familiar face to movie fans was "Declan Pace" while Heather Burns played "Claire Quinn," who was the most interesting of the three.

The story involves people extorting money from men who might be fathers to this sexy woman (Berkeley, of course); murder and conspirators to that, jealous sisters and a lawyer (MacDonald) who's really tough to figure out. The actors make it interesting but it's too convoluted to be as fun to watch as I had hoped, being a fan of this show. Chris Noth is good as "Det. Logan" but Annabella Sciorra is a little tough to understand because she mumbles as "Det. Barek."


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