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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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Detective Robert Goren: I'm just noticing, Palm Beach real estate. Business must be good, especially in this economy. You know, I just thought that pricey therapists would be something that people were cutting back on, you know, like... I don't know... white truffles.
Dr. Samantha Harper: Well, there's, uh, only one reason it's better to have wealthy clients than poor ones.
Detective Robert Goren: What's that?
Dr. Samantha Harper: Well, the wealthy ones know that money doesn't solve your problems.
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That's how the big dogs do it, man. Instinct!
15 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

A brilliant fashion designer, Nyle, was celebrating another successful creation at home together with deejay, supermodels and businessmen. Suddenly a call girl (Alice Callahan) showed up and his mood twisted in a blink of an eye, throwing everybody out of his house as a result. Later on he had an argument with her and the day after she was killed and wrapped in a rug. That girl was pretending to be a student, but she was really a hooker whose rent was paid by someone else, probably a John. She had a shallow boyfriend called wuss by Goren. Nyle is married with a son (both the relatives are a little estranged from him), he get used to meet a shrink, his boss doesn't trust him completely but he could rely on a friend and coworker who grew up with him in Jersey. Who is the murderer?

Great performance of Goren, who pretends to be an Armani employee at the phone to set the perp up. Funny when the director shows a cherub close-up in a brothel meanwhile a prostitute is scoring some blow.


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