Simone and Sipowicz investigate a crime where a man discovers a woman's body stuffed inside a large box. While on the case, they meet the victim's brother, a strange man who is more ... See full summary »

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Simone and Sipowicz investigate a crime where a man discovers a woman's body stuffed inside a large box. While on the case, they meet the victim's brother, a strange man who is more concerned with drinking a particular brand of soft drink. Meanwhile, Russell investigates the death of a child whose parents do not seem fit to raise a child. Also, Kirkendall and Medavoy look into the death of a young boy whose very religious parents suggest that the person who killed their son can be forgiven. Written by Anonymous

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In the interview were the suspect is pouring the coke into the cup, he puts the cap on the bottle. A few scene shots after the cap is missing o the bottle. See more »

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A great episode from a great series
20 March 2008 | by (Manhattan Beach, CA) – See all my reviews

-- SPOILER ALERT --

Wow! What's a Coca-Cola worth?

One of the best and most memorable episodes from one of the finest series on television. The Wendy and Willy story is hilarious ... so strange I'll bet it really happened.

HOWEVER ...

See this for the performance by Mary Mara as a woman being persuaded by Kim Delaney (also fine work) to consider giving her unborn baby up for adoption. Although brief, this is perhaps one of my ten most memorable performances on television. It's brilliant, identifiable, and shattering.


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