Goren's brother is murdered, and his old nemesis, Nicole Wallace, appears to be the killer. However, could an even more sinister criminal mastermind be involved--perhaps even Goren himself?

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While visiting his mother's grave, Goren finds a framed photograph of him and his brother. After that, the people he holds closest to him end up in grave danger and will push Goren himself to the breaking point to solve his toughest case yet. Written by Kevin

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Detective Robert Goren: There's no therapy for diminishing capacity. You've blown out your frontal lobe. Too much formaldehyde, too many years of drug abuse.
Dr. Declan Gage: "Diminishing capacity"? You wanna do the Wisconsin Card Test? The Stroop?
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Mentor and Nemesis
13 May 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This episode has Detective Robert Goren's brother murdered and this comes on the heels of his mother's funeral. The first indication is that it's Vincent D'Onofrio's perennial nemesis Olivia D'Abo whom we see in flashback episodes.

There's also an attack reported on John Glover who makes his second appearance as Declan Gage who was Detective Goren's mentor both in style and in methodology in studying the criminal mind. With that Glover declares himself in on the hunt for Nicole Wallace.

I can't say any more about this, but D'Onofrio's quirky character of Robert Goren is possibly put to his greatest test as a police detective. With all of this involving those close to him, it's kind of hard to stay focused.

D'Onofrio really outdoes himself in this one.


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