A man involved in an armored car bank heist is killed six months later in a deliberate explosion. During the investigation, Nichols and Wheeler discover that one of his partners also faked his own death.

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A man involved in an armored car bank heist is killed six months later in a deliberate explosion. During the investigation, Nichols and Wheeler discover that one of his partners also faked his own death.

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Captain Danny Ross: Tell me you got a warrant for that.
Detective Zach Nichols: Oh, why bother?
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Two cases cleared
9 May 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This CI episode opens with a rather spectacular explosion and a there's a death resulting from it. It turns out the victim was part of an armored car heist six months earlier. When Jeff Goldblum and Julianne Nicholson learn that it becomes incumbent upon them to reopen that investigation to solve their homicide.

In fact there's quite a nice game being played by both the other partners. One they discover faked his own death and the other is given away by a piece of his own vanity.

There's a hostage situation in the end and I have to say Goldblum got through it in such a fashion that Robert Goren would have been proud.

That's reason enough to see this one.


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