The murder of a programmer at a hi-tech company leads Goren and Eames to a rival company and one of its programmers.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Katrina Pynchon
Kevin Lee
Robbie Boatman
Siena Boatman
Ryan King ...
Ciaran Tyrrell ...
Aidan Grant
Opal Alladin ...
Maureen Hills
Peter Samuel ...
Walter Bouza


The murder of a programmer at a hi-tech company leads Goren and Eames to a rival company and one of its programmers.

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4 December 2005 (USA)  »

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The Writers Disappoint, D'Onofrio Does Not—He is a Delight
7 February 2016 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

I will not go into whether the writers exploit and/or dodge certain issue. I will write about what I know for sure:

1. ccthemovieman-1: I read your reviews—I dig your dig-deep writing style, from CSI New York to Law and Order: Criminal Intent. Your writings walk me through episodes I am about to watch: well, I am binge-watching these days and only catching up on shows after I graduated college 3 years ago (yeah, lots of surprises of course, for example—D'Onofrio is old, and let's not get into the look of "Friends" Cast)

2. I am missing out on a masterpiece: Vincent D'Onofrio's passionate work as Detective Robert Goren—I have only started watching by December 2015. D'Onofrio is a strong, silent, shy actor—the type that's misunderstood most.

3. If you are angry with the Writers for this particular episode, then you should write about the Writers—and the Producers' decision to air it, instead of referring to a mind-numbing noise such as whether/or not D'Onofrio suffered from psychotic breakdowns. Even if it is true—with the world-class work that D'Onofrio pulled off to bring Detective Robert Goren alive—a sharp, subtle, searching-mind brilliance: it is expected that the work will take its toll sometimes. Remember Heath Ledger?

4. D'Onofrio: I would like to thank you. Your work as Detective Robert Goren is an unparalleled cinematic celebration of your haunting- hypnotic eyes and heroic deliverance of dialogs with—in many, many, scenes, deep-distinct human touch (

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