The unit investigate the death of their friend and Lewis' partner, Steve Crosetti which appears to be a suicide, but Lewis is sure there is more to it than this.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Beau Felton
... John Munch
... Frank Pembleton
... Megan Russert
... Meldrick Lewis
... Al Giardello
... Kay Howard
... Tim Bayliss
... Stanley 'The Big Man' Bolander
... Chris Thormann
... Eva Thormann
Heather Brown ... Beatrice Crosetti
... Col. Burt Granger
Clayton LeBouef ... Capt. George Barnfather
... Bernard
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The unit investigate the death of their friend and Lewis' partner, Steve Crosetti which appears to be a suicide, but Lewis is sure there is more to it than this.

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2 December 1994 (USA)  »

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NBC's handling of the show's scheduling became controversial because the network moved several episodes out of their regular production order in a quest to boost ratings that were less-than-impressive for a primetime drama in the 1990's. The two most famous examples came in Season 1, when an episode set during the most brutal part of the Baltimore summer was moved into the season finale spot due to the winter-set intended-season finale being seen as "too grim" to finish the year, and the infamous Season 3 occasion where Jon Polito's final appearance as Det. Steve Crosetti actually aired before another episode that had his character serving as a major part of the story. On both occasions, the production team hastily put up screen titles indicating the shows had taken place a long time before, so as to explain the inconsistency. See more »

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Beatrice Crosetti: Fool of took. Frankly my dear I don't give a damn.
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Crosetti
29 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

I remember the part when crosetti drowned in the lake. And munch and his partner had help pulling him out. They almost could not recognize him without his badge, when they got back to the department thats when Lewis got the news that his partner had been dead. They wanted to know was his death a suicide or was it a homicide. At first Det. lewis didn't want to believe that his partner died accidentally or a suicidal. But he did not take it very well. So lewis gather all of his belonging and put it to the side for his family member to have for keep sakes. his daughter had arrive and the other detective were asking the daughter about her father, then thats when Det. Lewis came to the car by the department building asking her a lot of questions about her father. Lt.Giardello wanted to salute crosetti with honor and respect, for the dedication he deserve to the department. Thats when he had asked the col. Barnfather thats what he wanted to do, and the col. had said no because his death looked like a suicide. and he said that he wanted somebody to find his body like that in the water. To look like a suicide, that was floating for three to four days.


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