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A woman is drugged and falls to her death, and the evidence suggests that her ex-boyfriend and her current husband's ex-wife may have conspired to kill her.


(as Lewis H. Gould)


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Lennie Briscoe
... Ed Green
... Anita Van Buren
... Jack McCoy
... Serena Southerlyn
... Nora Lewin
... Dr. Claire Snyder
... Don Snyder
... Jenny Snyder
Joseph Murphy ... Gary Phillips (as Joe Murphy)
... Charles Garnett
... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Rosemary De Angelis ... Martha Griesmer
... Madelyn Roberts
... Judge Herman Mooney


A woman is drugged and falls to her death, and the evidence suggests that her ex-boyfriend and her current husband's ex-wife may have conspired to kill her.

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24 April 2002 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Jenny Snyder: [Crying] Oh, my God. You two are so pathetic! You run around, like, throwing bombs at each other when everything was falling apart!
Don Snyder: I don't want you to say another word. Do you understand me? Sweetheart, do you understand me?
Jenny Snyder: So, now, like, you're going to be my father again, is that it?
Dr. Claire Snyder: Jenny, honey, don't.
Jenny Snyder: Mom, I'm sorry.
Don Snyder: Come on, let's go. We're getting out of here.
Jenny Snyder: [Screams] You can't tell me what to do! Not anymore!
[to Claire]
Jenny Snyder: You were drinking you were taking that drug and passing out every...
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References Home Alone (1990) See more »

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She was always bragging what a great place she had, how cool her life was.
17 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

A man was about to show to her new fiancèe the weed plants located in the backyard when they noticed the girl living upstairs dead on the ground. Detectives soon realized she was pushed after a fight, due to skin tissues found on her fingernails. The victim spent time painting in her penthouse studio and she had just married to a sugar daddy (William Atherton) thirty years older than her after having changed many partners before him (she used to have drug parties on the roof, as stated by the super). Besides, she was six weeks pregnant. The problem is that he left his family behind made up of wife (a doctor in the local hospital) and two kids; none of them took the breakup well (the wife became a heavy drinker as a result) mainly after he decided to change his will. There is also another suspect, the victim's former boyfriend (a contractor of the same age), who was still in touch with the girl and they used to make out before her husband's kids. Prosecutors need much time to figure out who the perp is.

Nice episode, in which it's clearly explained the issues related to a marriage ending. The innocent casualties are always the kids, because parents tend to neglect them over their own problems.

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