A down-on-his-luck former poker champ, forced to now work as a bookie's collector, shoots and kills a man who owes money, but the gun was supposed to be filled with blanks. Who is responsible for the incident, and why?

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Robert Goren
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Alexandra Eames
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Josh Snow
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Angela
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Lou Cardinale
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Frankie Martin
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Deshawn Warner
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Hartley
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Helene McGonagle
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Detective Louise Campesi
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A down-on-his-luck former poker champ, forced to now work as a bookie's collector, shoots and kills a man who owes money, but the gun was supposed to be filled with blanks. Who is responsible for the incident, and why?

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Should have been a discreet episode.
24 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

Was Lou Taylor Pucci too busy? This would have been a good tie-in/follow up episode to the one with Pucci has a card prodigy if they'd gotten him to play the part. Since it was someone else, much of the dialog was used to explain to people who this guy was supposed to be. Goren and Josh each made like three references to "the guy who killed my dad" and "his mentor and father figure" just to connect the episodes. It's not as bad as if they'd changed Nicole Wallaces in the middle, but it was kind of unnecessary to continue it. And Eames was particularly absent in this episode. No concerned-partner warnings about getting too involved with this kid again. Pretty much an over ambitious idea that fell short.


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