Sipowicz's AA sponsor, Danny Breen, is beaten up by his estranged son. Meanwhile, Simone and Sipowicz investigate the murder of a pregnant woman whose charred body leaves few clues. ... See full summary »

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Sipowicz's AA sponsor, Danny Breen, is beaten up by his estranged son. Meanwhile, Simone and Sipowicz investigate the murder of a pregnant woman whose charred body leaves few clues. Martinez and Medavoy check out the story of a man who might have information about a pawn shop robbery. Written by Anonymous

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6 December 1994 (USA)  »

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In the final scene, Andy and Dan each lug a suitcase out of Dan's apartment into the hallway, but after Dan sits on the stairs and talks with Andy, they head out of the building as though as if carrying nothing. See more »

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Det. Greg Medavoy: You still here?
Steve Richards: Me? Uhhh... not any more.
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References You Bet Your Life (1950) See more »

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Composed by Mike Post
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