Detective Mike Logan inserts himself into the murder investigation of a correctional officer that may have a connection to his girlfriend who's a nurse at the victim's prison.

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Ron Carver
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Unit Counselor Kurt Plumm
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Rollie Clay
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Taylor Kenna
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Warden Baum
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Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a corrections officer. Since they are unable to get to a key witness and in order to help them with the case, detective Mike Logan is assigned to their team. The investigation leads them to the prison where the victim had worked, where secretive and possibly deadly things are happening. Written by ivaylo

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Mike Carlsen and Maulik Pancholy appeared on "30 Rock." See more »

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During the scene where Eames and Goren are meeting Logan in the diner, a passerby outside looks in the window over his shoulder several times, then stops and stares inside for a moment - obviously observing the actors and the film crew. See more »

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Detective Mike Logan: Oh, the Patriot Act. Yeah, well, I read that in its original title, "1984".
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References Law & Order: Pride (1995) See more »

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Welcome back, Logan
13 September 2017 | by (Falconara Marittima, Italy) – See all my reviews

I missed Logan, who along with Briscoe (R.I.P.) made up the best team in the Law and Order franchise (in my point of view). He manages to help solving the case with his instinct, like when he keep some evidences from his girlfriend's shelf faking his need to take a leak.

Goren shocks me when he found out that the crime scene was been impaired by the young police officer to prevent the victim from being framed as a promiscuous guy; nothing gets past him. Beside he's eager to bring out the dark side of all perpetrators in front of them after collecting every hints (three of them gave up in a matter of minutes).

The plot is mainly about smuggling and unprovoked violence in prison, same old story already seen.


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