Dark Justice (1991–1993)
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The Specialist 

A man who committed a crime is arrested and Nick presides at his trial. When on the stand the man claims that he did it because his therapist made him do it. Nick learns that she's a sex ... See full summary »

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Judge Nicholas Marshall
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Gibbs
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Kelly Cochrane
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Arnold 'Moon' Willis
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A man who committed a crime is arrested and Nick presides at his trial. When on the stand the man claims that he did it because his therapist made him do it. Nick learns that she's a sex therapist and is using her patients need for her "help" to make them do things. Nick, Moon and Gibbs go to her under the guise of needing help. And when she kills someone Nick fears that she's going to be more dangerous. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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29 May 1992 (USA)  »

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not quite ready for prime time
24 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

As contrived as this series may have been, both my wife and I are die hard fans. How can you go wrong with a Mark Snow score, ethically questionable vigilantes and updated film noir plots? What a great teaser/tag line, "Justice may be blind; but she can see in the dark".

This episode seems to graphically depict why this show was part of a group called "Crimetime After Primetime". Specifically, the sex therapist's (hence the title "The Specialist") strip tease and musical accompaniment would never have been tolerated (even if enjoyed) during so-called peak viewing hours. To paraphrase the episode tag line, "Chelsea likes!"

If it comes back in syndication or on DVD I'll be first in line for the complete set.


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