While investigating the murder of a diver, Goren and Eames learn that he is part of a treasure hunting team that stumbled onto a wealthy family's dark secret.

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While investigating the murder of a diver, Goren and Eames learn that he is part of a treasure hunting team that stumbled onto a wealthy family's dark secret.

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Michael Cerveris (Greg Stipe) co-starred in Brief Interviews with Hideous Men (2009) with Julianne Nicholson who later became Detective Megan Wheeler on this show. See more »

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Lifting a 5 gallon bucket of gold coins: Approx. mass of water (pounds per gallon @ 62°F) = 8.33. 5 Gallons of water would be 41.65 pounds. Gold is 19.3 times the density of water. 5 Gallons of gold would be 803.85 pounds. See more »

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16 December 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have been growing fonder of this series, which is actually my favourite of the Law and Order franchise. It makes more sense, the acting and the implications are more subtle, less jazzed up and Goren has those micro-expressions and insights that make him a revered character. I like how each episode of this series starts as something and ends as something quite different. Though if they shoot scenes sequentially, I wonder how actors cope with the open ended dialogues. Before the opening, you rarely have an idea what the strange unconnected events mean or who might be the one to be popped until some bloody corpse is splattered across the screen. That is a trademark of this series and seems to be one thing the screenwriters have agreed to be the signature of this series. The progression from investigative supposition to blunder and then to the truth looks a bit more natural. The kudos of solving the case rests mostly on the eclectic knowledge, acute observation and impeccable discernibility of Goren or the experience of filtering out what matters of Logan, and of course the Watson playing Eames who is THE perfect partner for Goren- I do love this woman!

Going on to this episode, which I wanted to review just because I like the plot of History in here. I like how "terrorism" was indicated and how it was not actually so. The opening of a Muslim man praying and how people can easily take it as an "Oh! Another bomb ploy", made me relieved to see the plot turn a very different direction before a quarter of the episode. It might be a pure contrivance to mislead, but this small thing showed that the battle of showing "Muslims" in telly as something other than terrorism, innocent people in connection to that, very orthodox, honour killing etc related characters is being won bit by bit.

I think most people watching a fictional crime series episode of this kind (not talking about the fans of The Wire), tend to predict mentally what happens next and the more stumped and surprised you are, provided you understand the ending clearly, the better the episode/the series is for you. The solution should be wonderful enough to keep the thrill of the experience with you and to make you want to watch the next episode, and this is one of those episodes. You are surprised by the reason of the murders and you do get something out of it. That is my end goal of watching any episode. And this one is one of them.


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