The fiancée of an aspiring actor is shot down in front of him, and Goren and Eames search for her killer all whilst he grieves in front of the cameras.

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Michael Pike (as Jeffrey Hephner)
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Ed Lang
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Kelly West
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Dana Candon
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Ruth Pear
William Prael ...
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Gio Perez ...
Diego
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Miller
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Arthur Acuña ...
Johnny Santos (as Arthur T. Acuna)
Joanie Ellen ...
Julie
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The fiancée of an aspiring actor is shot down in front of him, and Goren and Eames search for her killer all whilst he grieves in front of the cameras.

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Matt Damon appears in the episode "The Unblinking Eye" as himself (although he does not appear on screen, we do hear his voice, and he is referred to by other characters as "Mr. Damon"). See more »

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The person examining the gun in the lab tells Goren and Eames that the serial number has been filed off, yet in a close up shot of the gun just a few moments later, the serial number can be easily read on both the slide and the receiver. See more »

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Detective Robert Goren: Your acting coach told us how you're obsessed with James Dean, you try to move like him, you try to talk like him, you even... is it true you have your own Sal Mineo waiting for you at home?
Johnny Santos: You son of a bitch!
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References Midnight Cowboy (1969) See more »

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Us against the world
15 September 2017 | by (Falconara Marittima, Italy) – See all my reviews

Two soon-to-be actors are waiting for the big break. They both comes from San Diego, but their resumes show they were only acting at college sessions. They have to make up something, otherwise time pass by and they are compelled to find a real job.

The episode points out how sometimes wannabe actors take advantage of reality show or TV news to pursue their careers. Less efforts are needed as well as specific skills.

I prefer Pablo Schreiber's acting in SVU series as the villain William Lewis, here he's not the one who calls the shot, he's too subject to his buddy's will. I hope it's the last time James Sheridan is blindfolded.


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