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A Box of Wendy 

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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Det. Bobby Simone
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Det. Andy Sipowicz
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Lt. Arthur Fancy
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Det. James Martinez
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Det. Greg Medavoy
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Det. Jill Kirkendall
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Willy
Gabrielle Fitzpatrick ...
Naomi Reynolds
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Linda Walker
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Roger
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Gary Walker
Daniel Escobar ...
Tim Jones (as Daniel R. Escobar)
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Rico Perez (as Julio Dolce Vita)
Keith Amos ...
Jeb Taylor
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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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