Bobby and Nicole Wallace match wits again as he and Eames attempt to solve the murder of a health inspector.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Larry Chapel
Molly Gottlieb ...
Gwen Chapel
Dr. Evan Chapel
J. King ...
Detective Bristol
Derek Lucci ...
Phil Brookings
Adam Sietz ...
Sacha Martell
Sarah Litzsinger ...


Bobby and Nicole Wallace match wits again as he and Eames attempt to solve the murder of a health inspector.

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25 September 2005 (USA)  »

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The episode title refers to the personal growth of certain key characters as well as the status of the cancerous cells within the young girl in the episode. See more »


Nicole Wallace: [to her fiancé] Why don't you make some popcorn, Daddy?
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Always Great To See ''Nicole' & 'Bobby' Trade Wits
17 July 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

These episodes with "Nicole Wallace" are tremendous. Olivia d'Abo does a great job playing her. I'm sure the people connected with this TV show that, because they keep bringing her back. She's "Det. Robert Goren's" nemesis and it's always fun watching these two people match wits.

There is a great twist to this adventure between these two, one that puts Nicole in a new light....somewhat! I won't say because I don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen this episode. Suffice to say that when "Bobby" figures out what's going on, it's fascinating and a shock. Great stuff. By the way, she's the only one I recall who calls "Robert Goren" by "Bobby."

This starts a little slowly and is a bit confusing, which is normal, but once Nicole's pretty face pops up on screen, the story is off-and-running. The big question is, Is Nicole behind more murders and trying to ruin another family to get money?"

I always enjoy seeing Vincent D'Onofrio's facial expressions when he deals with this woman, too. Vince does a great jobs with little mannerisms, as regular viewers of this show know.

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