Former New York detective Cyrus Lupo returns after his brother's suicide. The investigation reveals a relationship between two assisted suicides, a notorious assisted suicide doctor, his daughter, and an investigative journalist.

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Former New York detective Cyrus Lupo returns after his brother's suicide. The investigation reveals a relationship between two assisted suicides, a notorious assisted suicide doctor, his daughter, and an investigative journalist.

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As noted in the Trivia section of the previous episode, the casting loses credibility when Jeremy Sisto, who portrayed a defense barrister Clint Glover in that story, is now the protagonist Detective Cyrus Lupo in this episode. See more »

Goofs

In the final scene, when Detective Lupo is viewing the "home movie" of the suicide, the "home movie" was recorded using an HDTV camera (obvious, since the detective watches on an HD monitor and the aspect ratio of the "home movie" is correct, not wide as would have happened if shot with a standard home movie camera). HD cameras were not readily available for the consumer in early 2008. See more »

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D.A. Jack McCoy: The more I learn about Mr. Nolan, the less I want to make a deal with him.
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Disappointing
3 January 2008 | by (Arizona) – See all my reviews

I hope that the writing for Sam Waterston as the D.A. will get better than these first two episodes gave us. He is too fine a talent to go to waste on what we got here. And Linus Roache is a very fine actor, also not well used. Or maybe I should say that the writers didn't seem to know HOW to utilize his new character. You are going to lose the show ultimately, with this big a change, if you don't get with the program (pun, pun). I mean it. The writing for the detectives was done with the ease that the many years have given the authors. THAT part of the two programs was great, as usual. But if the writers do not give these excellent actors playing the District Attornies some superior scripts I think that the show will finally find it's finish.


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