Detectives Logan and Barek discover a string of homicides are being carried out by former foster kids.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lt. Roger Lemoyne
Antonio Mattini
Paula Chopauer (as Marsha Dietlein Bennett)
Antonio's Attorney
Ed Onipede Blunt ...
Det. Kandell (as Ed Blunt)
Sgt. Ev Sides


Detectives Logan and Barek discover a string of homicides are being carried out by former foster kids.

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7 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Co-stars Chris Noth and Whoopi Goldberg share a birthday: November 13th; to the day, Chris Noth is one year older than Whoopi. See more »


The front door of the house of the first victim family is seen to be hinged at the left (when the mother opens it from the inside) and then later in long-shot, when the door is opened by the Realtor: is seen to be hinged at the right. See more »


Detective Mike Logan: What, you're going?
Detective Carolyn Barek: Well, yeah. Sleep, remember?
Detective Mike Logan: You live all the way in Brooklyn. My place is right down the street.
Detective Carolyn Barek: [gives him a wary look]
Detective Mike Logan: I'll take the couch.
Detective Carolyn Barek: I don't believe you got a
[searches for appropriate word]
Detective Carolyn Barek: couch that big.
Detective Mike Logan: Yeah, maybe not.
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References Caddyshack (1980) See more »

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Barek and Logan meet their own Nemises.
25 May 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I agree with the comments above - All the players were excellent and it should have been a two parter. We have only just seen the episode in the UK on terrestrial TV and it was superb.

The character that Whoopi plays should turn out as Barek and Logan's equivalent of Eames and Goren's nemesis, Nicole Wallace, played chillingly by Olivia D'Abo.

It appears that the makers of L&O:CI have left what could promise to be a very strong character plot line, dangling in mid-air. What was that about Deakins and Officer Martinez? What happens after Watkins' arraignment? What happens to the boys? ...And what happens to the other boys out there that she influenced? How far into government does her influence spread, because it was obvious that she had an entry into the NYPD.

Her ability to out-think, outsmart and manipulate officialdom is brilliant - it's Nicole all over again, except there is a much, much darker side to Watkins that is just plain frightening.

There is much more development for Whoopi's character and her battle with Logan, which turned personal in this episode, so...


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