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Til Death Do Us Part: Part I 

The murder of a prominent divorce attorney goes to trial despite evidence that isn't as iron-clad as Priority Homicide normally produces (in the main, no confession).

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Brenda and Priority Homicide investigate the death of Oliver Henry, a prominent divorce lawyer found at the bottom of his swimming pool. His wife Valerie, who was also his law partner and the only beneficiary of his $10 million life insurance policy, is an obvious suspect. There are many others, usually the ex-spouses of his clients, including one, Dr. Jonathan Schaeffer, who may have been particularly vexed with him. Brenda finds herself in unfamiliar territory when she is unable to get a confession from him and has to testify at his murder trial. Meanwhile, Fritz and Brenda are in the process combining their finances, but Brenda's attempt to get cheaper car insurance for them reveals something from Fritz's past. Written by garykmcd / edited by statmanjeff

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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3 September 2007 (USA)  »

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Goofs

When Lt. Provenza explains what a FLARPL is, Lt. Flynn asks him if it was his second wife that did that to him, and he indicates that his fourth wife did. Lt. Provenza mentioned in the first season that his second and fourth wife are the same woman. See more »

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Brenda Leigh Johnson: If the autopsy report reads accident...
Will Pope: Yeah. Or suicide. Suicide would be great.
Brenda Leigh Johnson: ...I'll be sure to let you know.
Will Pope: Don't make work for yourself.
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