Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 9, Episode 16

Three-in-One (6 Jul. 2010)

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Detective Nichols reluctantly turns to his father for help as they race against time to find the potential next victim of a killer with three personalities.



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Episode credited cast:
Dr. Curtis / Andy Quinn / Tommy
Hildy Glaser
Mr. Nower, School Official
Norman Glaser
Terry Myers
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Psych Consultant Dr. Michael Sanderson
Joe Costa ...
Myron Schoen (as Joseph Costa)
Nina Freeman ...
Jack Doyle


Detective Nichols reluctantly turns to his father for help as they race against time to find the potential next victim of a killer with three personalities.

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This is detective Zach Nichols' final appearance. Thesp Jeff Goldblum quit the show at the end of the season, citing the uncertainty of the show. (Producers made one more go of it, without Goldblum, and ended the show after a short season 10.) See more »


The chessboard in Dr. Nichols' apartment is set up incorrectly; the knights and bishops are reversed. See more »

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Very good season-ender for the series 9th year
10 July 2010 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

The title of the 16th episode from the 2010 season leaves little to the imagination about a murderer possessing three distinct personalities. Guest star Tom Lipinski is impressive as he tackles the role of a doctor who carries two other "personalities" with him: a painter and his five-year-old "son."

Lipinski does well as he shifts instantly from one persona to the other, especially in scenes with Oscar-winner F. Murray Abraham who handles the role of the psychiatrist father of star Jeff Goldblum.

This is a very intense episode as the cops try to discovery the whereabouts of the doctor's latest victim before she can become a statistic.

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