Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 6, Episode 7

Country Crossover (7 Nov. 2006)

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The suspects in the murder of a record producer include a disreputable nightclub owner, an eccentric bouncer aspiring to be a rap star, an ambitious young singer who may have been having an affair with him, and her jealous husband.

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May
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Gorro
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The suspects in the murder of a record producer include a disreputable nightclub owner, an eccentric bouncer aspiring to be a rap star, an ambitious young singer who may have been having an affair with him, and her jealous husband.

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Detective Mike Logan: 'I love my husband so much I killed my lover'. Sounds like a great country song, too bad Curtis is too dead to record it.
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He Said, She Said
22 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Boy, the ending to this episode was a bit confusing. Explanations were coming so rapidly with this husband-and-wife story that I couldn't tell who was the guilty party or were they both guilty? Apparently so, since both were led off with handcuffs but I appears the husband was a lot more innocent, even though he actually committed the murder. See? It's confusing. At the end, both "Det. Logan" (Chris Noth) and "Det. Wheeler" (Julianne Nicholson) make remarks to this effect. Somebody loving their spouse so much that they kill their lover because of their love" or some such thing.

Agnes Bruckner plays the wife. She was voted "Star Of Tomorrow" in 2002 by the Motion Picture Club, and has a pretty good resume for someone only in her early 20s. Kohl Sudduth played her husband. He had great facial expressions, good enough to confuse the viewer of his guilt or innocence.

At any rate, the story has its usual twists and turns and also involves a big brute (and weirdo) of a bouncer, who also is a killer - but not the this particular one. Yeah, everything is pretty messed up in this story about music producers, clubs, and living vicariously through someone else's talent or non-talent, as this case becomes..

Film actor Griffin Dunne guest stars as a sleazy nightclub owner "Seamus Flaherty." Grubby guys is something Dunne is good at portraying. He is an excellent actor.


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