When a secret service agent is murdered, Barek and Logan look at clients of her lobbyist husband.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Deakins
Ron Carver
Jay Kendall
Chief Johnson
Bernie McInerney ...
Professor Murphy
Ted Bruno
Amanda Breen
Congressman Peter Bellingham
Paula Kendall
Stephen Talbot
Victor Ferguson
Claudia Swann


When a secret service agent is murdered, Barek and Logan look at clients of her lobbyist husband.

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19 March 2006 (USA)  »

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In this episode, Detective Logan makes reference to a character's credit card having a charge for The Carnegie Deli to demonstrate that that character was at the Carnegie Deli on a specific date and at a specific time. The Carnegie Deli does not accept either plastic or personal checks. They transact business only on a "cash on the barrelhead" basis. See more »


Detective Carolyn Barek: Just what we need, an addiction driven economy.
Detective Mike Logan: It's better than no economy.
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Someone with skills
25 October 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The case that Chris Noth and Annabella Sciorra catch in this CI story involves the murder of a female Secret Service agent. One thing that they realize from the outset is that this was no ordinary break-in that went bad. Given her training it would have to be a person with special skills to do her in. A computer was taken as well.

The deceased had a happily married life with her lobbyist husband David Alan Basche. But when a case she is working on happens to intersect with a cause he's lobbying for, it's what gets her killed.

There's a real special performance her by Bruce McGill who is one sleazy Congressman. He's who you should see the episode for.

Nicely done story on murder and corruption.

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