Janice is contacted by Richie Catina, a mob button man and former associate of Marino, where they want her to start doing favors for them again or they will expose her past activities with ... See full summary »

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Laura Michaels Kelly (credit only)
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Hector Martinez (as Luis Guzman)
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Roberto Martinez (as Mark Adair Rios)
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Janice is contacted by Richie Catina, a mob button man and former associate of Marino, where they want her to start doing favors for them again or they will expose her past activities with the late Marino. Janice agrees to co-operate with them without telling Kelly, but she tells Inspector Lastarza who tells her to go along with it. Meanwhile, Martinez is distraught when his learns that his brother has died from a drug overdose. But their father, Hector, wants to out out and kill the pusher who's responsible for his son's overdose. Also, Meadavoy celebrates his 40th birthday and later musters enough courage to ask Donna out on a date to an ice skating rink. Written by Anonymous

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30 November 1993 (USA)  »

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In "Ice Follies" and "Emission Accomplished" Luis Guzman plays Hector Martinez, the father of James Martinez (Nicholas Turturro). In reality, Guzman is only five years older than Turturro. See more »

Quotes

Inspector Anthony Lastarza: You're implying you had communications with Angelo Marino prior to his death?
Officer Janice Licalsi: Uh... prior to his death, yeah. But nothing since.
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References The Ice Follies of 1939 (1939) See more »

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