Fontana and Green investigate Green's former replacement, Nick Falco, who becomes a suspect in an investigation after a woman he had spent the night with is found slashed to death in his bathroom.

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Fontana and Green investigate Green's former replacement, Nick Falco, who becomes a suspect in an investigation after a woman he had spent the night with is found slashed to death in his bathroom.

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This is the only episode in which the opening crime implicates a character on the show. During the previous season, Michael Imperioli's character Nick Falco filled-in for Jesse L. Martin's character Ed Green. This episode picks up a year later after Falco leaves the 27th Precinct. See more »

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Nasty temper and paranoid disposition
10 February 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

When Jesse Martin went to do his Broadway role for a film version of Rent his place for three episodes was taken by Michael Imperioli as Detective Nick Falco. Now Falco is the one being investigated for a murder frame as neat as they come. He awakens from a drugged sleep administered by a woman he picked up in a bar. What he finds is that said woman slashed to death in his bathroom a la Janet Leigh.

I'm not going to say anything more about the plot, it's an intricate one for a Law And Order story. The frame is put on Imperioli by someone who has a long standing grudge against him. In fact the mastermind manipulated the person doing the stabbing playing on that individual's nasty temper and paranoid disposition.

Not everyone is brought to justice, but I will say that Michael Imperioli was cleared even though we didn't see him any more on any of the Law And Order franchise shows.


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