Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 8, Episode 7

Folie a Deux (7 Jun. 2009)

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Goren and Eames are called to investigate a child kidnapping case. But promising leads, lead to dead ends.

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Bad Poems about Fragile Flowers
28 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Interesting guest appearances and a surprising plot twist lift this seemingly pedestrian episode. Luke Kirby plays a talentless poet living on the 'patronage' of the wealthy family of his fragile wife (Piper Perabo). The couple report the kidnapping of their baby from a hotel room, and Goren and Eames investigate the disappearance. Lynn Redgrave, who plays the family matriarch, is worth watching, as usual, and it is fun to see Perabo and Kirby playing a married couple. Last time they appeared together they shared a very different relationship: She was a psychotic lesbian who impaled him on a sword for stealing her girlfriend. I'm glad they've managed to move past that.


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