A botched ransom payment leads to the discovery of the kidnapped wife of a prison warden, and Goren and Eames have to determine whether she was a willing victim.

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James Deakins
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Ron Carver
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Jenny Hendry
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Hope
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Warden's Secretary
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Deputy Warden (as Erik Laray Harvey)
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Dennis Murphy
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Jake
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A botched ransom payment leads to the discovery of the kidnapped wife of a prison warden, and Goren and Eames have to determine whether she was a willing victim.

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The false names used by Goren in the hospital (Dr. Stern and Dr. Borman) are based on characters from Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Zoonotic (2003). See more »

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Goren calls a wedding ring a "proof of life". A "proof of life" is not an inanimate object, like a ring. A "proof of life" is voice on the telephone, an image or video with some way to prove it was just taken and the person is in fact alive. A ring does not prove a person is alive or dead. It's just a ring. See more »

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Detective Robert Goren: [to William Hendry] Sit!
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there was two types of wives, show dogs and mutts
17 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

A supportive warden, could it be true? Not a chance. At first, there's something strange in his behavior that let you suppose he could have a relationship on the side (a ring, an unknown phone call). The real thing is he doesn't give a damn about women: he lives with a charming fiancée he doesn't care and he set up a kidnapping of his wife (Alison Bartlett) ten years before. The only wife's wish is to be independent with a start-up business he's not eager to approve. It's a long way from calling her "mutt" to marry only because mutts knows their place.

Good acting for the guest stars, Goren for the first time plays a fake doctor character and a freak out mailman.


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