Detectives Logan and Barek suspect a wealthy murdered couple's drug-addicted son, but as the investigation progresses, they have second thoughts about his guilt. Deakins looks toward the future.

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Detectives Logan and Barek suspect a wealthy murdered couple's drug-addicted son, but as the investigation progresses, they have second thoughts about his guilt. Deakins looks toward the future.

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When Logan and Barek are questioning the suspect who hurt his shoulder, the suspect finishes buttoning up his shirt as he talks to Logan and lowers his hands. When the camera angle cuts to show the suspect responding to a question by Barek, his hands are back buttoning the second top button on the shirt to finish buttoning it again. See more »

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Too open ended
24 November 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Jamey Sheridan said farewell to Criminal Intent with this episode. Over the life of the series he was replaced by various bosses of the Major Case detectives.

Chris Noth and Annabella Sciorra get sideways into a Nassau County homicide when they capture the fleeing suspect within the city. He gets arraigned in the city on a minor charge before Nassau County and lead detective Kevin Dunn get a crack at him.

The suspect Keith Nobbs is a wealthy wastrel of a rich family from Roslyn deep into drugs. He's taken the family car and totaled it on the Long Island Expressway, but he was so whacked out on drugs he can't remember anything of the crime, let alone if he did it.

Nobbs's father was business partners with a commercial Norman Rockwell type artist who has franchised himself. Tom Riss Farrell was an ex-con who employs other ex-cons. No shortage of suspects there.

They should have given Jamey Sheridan a better episode and maybe more of himself in the show to leave on. Too much was left open ended with the plot. Not well constructed, but the hardcore fans should like it.


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