Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 2, Episode 14

Probability (16 Feb. 2003)

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Detectives Goren and Eames are investigating the murders of several homeless people.

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Ben Gergis
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Leo Gergis
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Elaine Gergis
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David Dollase
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Jack Bernard
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Detectives Goren and Eames are investigating the murders of several homeless people.

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The name of Wally Stevens, the Mark Linn-Baker insurance-fraud investigator character, is an inside joke: The name is taken from Wallace Stevens, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who also worked as vice president of the Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company. See more »

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Detective Robert Goren: We arrested his girlfriend.
Wally Stevens: She probably has the money. Women like money.
Detective Robert Goren: So do men.
Wally Stevens: That's because women like men with money.
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A Crime For Serious Nerds
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"Leo Gergis," a homeless shelter resident, is shown finishing up his physical and giving blood at a hotel room. It turns out he is getting paid for this but is going to pay with his life for it. He's a victim of an insurance scam in which a man "Jack Berard" (Lance Reddick)" finds healthy homeless people, Caucaisons in their 40s, and then bashes their skulls in. He makes each killing look like a freak accident. Each one of the victims had been insured a million dollars each with phony French company connections.

This has happened 14 times all around New York City and has been done well enough, obviously, to avoid detection. That is, until now when Det. Goren, with the help of a nerdy insurance expert (who provides Eames with more of her humorous sarcastic comments) track down the culprits. The problem is there are several people involved, not just the killer, as they find out when the killer is killed.

Mark Linn-Baker gives one of the more memorable performances as the oddball insurance expert "Wally Stevens." In what I thought might be a boring episode about insurance claims turned out to be a fascinating episode, one of the better ones.


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