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Goren and Eames return to the Major Case Squad to investigate the murder of a high-end prostitute who is connected to an unstable, hedonistic fashion designer whose company is about to go public.

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Joseph Hannah
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Paul Keller
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Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
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Sarah Bell / Chloe Miller
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Goren and Eames return to the Major Case Squad to investigate the murder of a high-end prostitute who is connected to an unstable, hedonistic fashion designer whose company is about to go public.

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When talking to Goren & Eames, Captain Joseph Hannah (Jay O. Sanders) uses the line, "Step into him" that was frequently used by former Major Case Squad Captain James Deakins (Jamey Sheridan). It was also regularly said by Lieutenant Anita Van Buren (S. Epatha Merkerson) on "Law & Order". See more »

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Nyle Brite: Oh, there it is again... the "j" word. I thought we agreed, there's no room for judgment in a creative workplace.
Paul Keller: There's also no room for psychotic behavior and gross stupidity, okay?
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Root cause of the resentment
23 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Young Alice Callahan who is a high end call girl gets invited to one of the famous swinging parties that fashion designer Jay Mohr is known to host. But one look at her and Mohr breaks up the party just as it's getting into high gear. Then Callahan is found murdered and the Major Case squad goes into action.

It turns out there's a hidden bond between Mohr and Callahan that could blow up in Mohr's face. Mohr is the face of a company that is about to go public and a few people have an interest in his image and solvency.

At least one person though is lying and wants to see Mohr go down among his close associates and family who are all suspect. Vincent D'Onofrio in his usual eclectic fashion gets to the root cause of the resentment.

And it's another classic D'Onofrio inspired breakdown from the perpetrator.


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