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With their romantic relationship now over, Bobby and Helen face each other in court on the murder trial of Dr. Jeffrey Winslow. Determined to come out on top, each of them prepares tricks ... See full summary »

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Bobby Donnell
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Jimmy Berluti
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Rebecca Washington
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Eugene Young
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Ellenor Frutt
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Lindsay Dole
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Helen Gamble
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Dr. Jeffrey Winslow
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Karen Winslow
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Lorraine Marks
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A.D.A. Tisbury
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With their romantic relationship now over, Bobby and Helen face each other in court on the murder trial of Dr. Jeffrey Winslow. Determined to come out on top, each of them prepares tricks and surprises for the other - but the real surprise comes after the trial is over. Written by aremid63

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In a nod to series producer Gary M. Strangis, this episode has a character bearing his name, played by actor Phil Abrams. See more »

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Awesome Episode
19 November 2010 | by See all my reviews

I really think the wife did it, i mean look at her face after the verdict was read. She was so pleased like a criminal mastermind whose plan was to kill the "bitch" who had an affair with her husband and then frame the untruthful husband for the murder.

Concerning the statement of the D.A. at the house with the policeman and the wife. As i understand she only needed the info of the car in the Vicinity of the crime so she could order the search warrant for the house, i think someone saw the car and she needed the more than that so she asked the wife if the car really was there.

I really liked the closing statements although i must say Robert wasn't all up on his game. He didn't made it clear that almost no other suspects were investigated. I ended up believing the D.A.s statement, because of the reaction after seeing the crime scene. The Husband should have easily connected that this killing is of the poet and he wouldn't be implicated.


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