Part 1 of 2: The murder of a crooked cop puts Detectives Goren and Eames on the trail of an obsessively clean doctor whose previous girlfriends all seem to be afflicted with a "zoonotic" ... See full summary »

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Dr. Roger Stern
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Tish Van Der Wahl
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Dr. Scott Borman
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Part 1 of 2: The murder of a crooked cop puts Detectives Goren and Eames on the trail of an obsessively clean doctor whose previous girlfriends all seem to be afflicted with a "zoonotic" disease -- or a virus found only in animals. Their probe also points to a preening veterinarian as well as a looming psychological component that is crucial to putting a bulletproof case together. Written by Anonymous

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Andrew McCarthy was originally cast in the role of Dr. Roger Stern, but he stormed off set, complaining that Vincent D'Onofrio was constantly criticizing his acting during the rehearsals. As a result, James Urbaniak was a last-minute recast. See more »

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The clock in Dr. Borman's interrogation room reads 12:20 PM, but when Goren, Eames and Carver step into the hall a moment later it's suddenly 3:45 PM. See more »

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Dr. Scott Borman: We, uh, classify viruses with what we call the Baltimore System.
Detective Robert Goren: [mutters] Now I'm lost. You lost me again.
Dr. Scott Borman: [dismissively] It doesn't matter.
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A Voyeur And A Exhibitionist - What A Team!
4 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A cop is killed in a turnstile at a subway, stabbed to death. Upon investigation, Goren and Eames find out that the cop had a couple of side jobs, illegal ones at that. One of them involved blackmailing people who were clients of an escort service. He wasn't blackmailing most of them for large amounts so they look for any thing might be "bigger fish," and come up with two suspicious doctors, one a vet at a zoo. One who likes to watch (the meek Park Ave. doctor) and one who likes to be seen (the vain, macho vet). There aren't too many normal people on these shows, and these two guys are real sickos.

Goren does his usual thing when two people are involved in a crime: he sets them against each other.

A very interesting show and one which leads into season finale - not about these two men - but abut some missing anthrax that one of the doctors in this shown had purchased.


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