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The murder of a bridesmaid after a wedding leads Goren and Eames to the men she and a fellow bridesmaid had drinks with, and the cab driver who brought the women to a cheap hotel.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alexandra Eames
James Deakins
Ron Carver
Tim Rainey
Scott Decker ...
Agent Fred Welken
Kristin Vogelsong ...
Megan Cole
Judge Desmond Evans
Marla Schaffel ...
Ellen Rainey
Det. Carrera
Charity Henson ...


Goren and Eames investigate after a bridesmaid, Megan, is found dead in the cheap motel room she had been sharing with Alice, another bridesmaid at their friend Tory's wedding. The two detectives start with investigating Pete and Jayson, the two guys the women had met at Brasserie Nylorac, but soon realize that Alice's story has a lot of holes in it, and the presence of cigar smoke around Megan, a young woman who hated smoking, leads Goren and Eames to suspect that the killer had a personal connection to Megan. Their investigation soon leads them to a cab driver named Tim Rainey, whom they soon realize is an actor preparing for the ultimate role. Written by Anonymous

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When they first start investigating the hotel room Eames looks through the girls clothing and announces a guys name on a napkin "Pete & a phone number," before she even fully opens the napkin & rotates it right side up. See more »


[last lines]
Detective Robert Goren: This search for the truth, it's... it's not for the faint-hearted.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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20 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

A two-bit actor (Dasmond Harrington) has to play the serial killer character in a movie. Or, at least, he had to, because the project felt through due to financial matters. Anyway he's too bounded to this character, it reminds him something related to the past. His mother was killed when he was a child and she was a promiscuous woman used to make men mad. The poor victims of his rage are two poor girls in their late '20 came to the Big Apple just to celebrate a bridal shower and then trapped because of the snow.

This episode shows how a married man, devoted to his family, could turn into a criminal just to impersonate someone. In some way, he resembles Travis Bickle in "Taxi Driver", he's got the same hate hidden inside him and ready to blow.

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