Law & Order (1990–2010)
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A murder suspect uses his "psychic powers" to lead detective Green to the crime scene and murder weapon. Is he truly psychic, or just an obsessed stalker?

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Lennie Briscoe
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Ed Green
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Anita Van Buren
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Serena Southerlyn
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Arthur Branch
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Tim Grayson
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Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
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Dr. Emil Skoda
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A murder suspect uses his "psychic powers" to lead detective Green to the crime scene and murder weapon. Is he truly psychic, or just an obsessed stalker?

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Jack McCoy: [at a self-proclaimed psychic's trial] How's this trial going to turn out?
Virginia Masters: Objection!
Judge Ian Feist: That's very funny, Counselor. Don't do it again.
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She barely knows he's alive
25 May 2014 | by See all my reviews

One of the more weird episodes of Law And Order has a young and hedonistic model found dead on a lonely street on the Lower East Side. The investigation leads to a neighbor of the deceased played by Robert Stanton who lives a quiet life with a big old crush on a woman who barely knows he's alive.

Stanton gives them a rather graphic account of the murder which seems to fit the evidence obtained. But he claims he has had a psychic vision of what happened.

Naturally the shrinks weigh in on both sides and we're left with a mass of confusion. Blair Brown plays Stanton's defense attorney and she's giving one good account of herself in the proceedings.

The conclusion is an unexpected twist, but the whole thing is a confused mess.

Not one of the better stories from Law And Order.


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