Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 2, Episode 9

Shandeh (1 Dec. 2002)

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The investigation into the murder of a Jewish woman turns towards her family once Goren and Eames find out about her husband's affair.

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Ursula Sussman
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Louis Bernoff
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Sandi Tortomassi
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The investigation into the murder of a Jewish woman turns towards her family once Goren and Eames find out about her husband's affair.

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This Tme L&O's Target Are Orthodox Jews
20 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I forget all the "Jewish mother" jokes I've heard over the years, especially from Jewish friends....but I doubt any of them had a mother like this one: Ursula Sussman (played by Linda Lavin. Remember her?) Yet Ursula's story, as extreme as it is, isn't't totally bizarre in the one aspect of a family "protecting its good name." I am sure many more than one sin has been covered up over the years by families attempting to do likewise. However, murdering your daughter-in-law may not be the most advisable way to keep the good family name!

This is an interesting episode, as most of them are. Also, let's see, we had a Protestant family member not on the up-and-up a few weeks ago, a Muslim extremist last week and an Orthodox Jewish family look bad this week. What other "religious" group can the Law & Order atheists slam next week? Stay tuned.


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