Goren and Eames track a married lawyer suspected of murdering his petite girlfriends.

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(as Frank Porinzi)

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(created by), (developed by) (as René Balcer) | 3 more credits »
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... Robert Goren
... Alexandra Eames
... James Deakins
... Ron Carver
... Denise Talbott
... Mo Turman
... Dana Nolan
... Angie Suarez
... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
... Rand Bowers
... Tia
... Henry Talbott
... Ralph Weathers
Etya Dudko ... Irina Konchalovsky
Tina Jones ... Marie Rimer
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Goren and Eames track a married lawyer suspected of murdering his petite girlfriends.

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21 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Griffin Dunne (Henry Talbott ) also played the role of Seamus Flaherty in episodes 6.7 Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Country Crossover (2006) and 6.17 Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Players (2007). See more »

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In the final scene Henry Talbott shatters the one-way mirror. Interrogation room glass is usually made stronger. When Eames and Goren are seen talking in the room from the observation room through the broken glass one-way mirror it is clear with no tinting. one-way mirror is dark when seen from the viewing side. See more »

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Detective Robert Goren: Unless they're scenting the ocean with lavender, this woman was drowned in a bathtub.
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Featured in Criminal Intent: The Beginning (2003) See more »

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"He knows how to pick 'em"
31 May 2018 | by See all my reviews

So says Kathryn Erbe about our killer Griffin Dunne when he starts killing off a string of girlfriends as the past starts catching up with him.

Dunne plays a sleazy lawyer who is a Yale man and that kind of pedigree usually will guarantee you some spot in a nice white shoe law firm. At one time maybe Dunne was headed that way. But he's far from there now..

I knew someone like Dunne in the sense that he was a kid from Brooklyn who went to Notre Dame and that also would be the start of a truly successful career. But this guy went back to the old neighborhood and had a career taking on cases like Dunne did and he also got involved in some sleazeball politics. He should have done better.

Dunne is a sleazeball shyster who is both a sex and a gambling addict. He's got a rich dumb Dora of a wife who refuses to acknowledge his infidelity even when she's smacked in the face with it. Karen Young is the wife.

It's his gambling that's the real problem. His first killing is of a club dancer whose case he took and won and then stole her settlement to pay off the gamblers. When she starts to question where her money is Dunne kills her. He then to keep covering up starts killing other women he's been screwing in every conceivable sense of the word.

Dunne is a frightening character seeing where he had started and what he's degenerated to. He really steals this one from the regulars.


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