The team investigates two deaths after the police chase a garbage truck. The driver, Brody Biggs, was killed when he was struck by a car and a club owner, Jason Crewes, whose body was compacted with the garbage. They find a link between the garbage truck and a former member of an old-time mafia crew, Lou Gedda, who now owns a popular strip club. Warwick is working the case but prescription drug use and his divorce are having a negative impact on the job. Warwick's troubles are compounded when one of the strippers is found dead in his car. Written by
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Academy Award Winner and guest director William Friedkin has been friends with William Petersen since they did together To Live and Die in L.A. (1985), a vital thing in getting Friedkin to work on the show. See more
A refuse wagon would not shed paper-refuse like in the opening scenes. The stacks of paper can be seen on top of the wagon body. The paper is unused. See more
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