A former baseball star is beaten to death with a baseball bat. Was he killed to cover up a secret about a death of a classmate at a prep school 22 years earlier?

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John Silvestri
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Dr. Chris Denardi
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Greg Foster
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Mrs. O'Doyle
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Anne Silvestri
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Bailey O'Doyle (as Joshua Burrow)
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A former baseball star is beaten to death with a baseball bat. Was he killed to cover up a secret about a death of a classmate at a prep school 22 years earlier?

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When Nichols and Burrows are looking at the old high school yearbook, Nichols points at one photo and says, "Who's that kid on the end? He looks like a young Tom Cruise." Burrows responds that it is a photo of a young deceased man named Tom Reynolds to which Nichols responds that he looks like he was good friends with John Silvestri. Throughout this episode, John Silvestri is played by William Mapother, who is actually Tom Cruise's younger cousin. See more »

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Near the end of the show, Nichols and Stevens are seen riding the Staten Island Ferry , going to Staten Island to continue their investigation. After arresting a suspect there , they are seen getting into their unmarked police car. Cars have not been carried on the Ferry since September 11 , 2001. See more »

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Unrequited love
12 April 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Jeff Goldblum and Saffron Burrows catch a case involving the death of a former major league baseball star who is found in the Staten Island landfill beaten to death. He was a former athlete who obviously must have had his career end before free agency because he should have been a lot better off financially than he was.

The man was tight with a trio of friends from Catholic High School all of whom made out better than he did in the end. But they all share a terrible secret from high school. One of them in fact is a latent gay who has never acted on his orientation. That can certainly twist you inside and out.

But if you think you know how this one ends, Fuhgeddaboutit. The episode leads you in one direction and then switches gears, you won't see this one coming.


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