Logan and Wheeler are assigned to a case involving the murder of a rap singer, but they believe that an undercover cop working for a hip-hop task force may be sabotaging their investigation.

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Detective Harry Williams (as Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones)
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Carmen Rivera
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Gordon 'G-Man' Thomas
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Chief of Detectives Bradshaw
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Patricia
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Tommy Marconi
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Norma 'Nightshade' Robbins (as Suzette Azariah Gunn)
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Stella Williams
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Agent Ron Vann
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Bobby Boyd
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Logan and Wheeler are assigned to a case involving the murder of a rap singer, but they believe that an undercover cop working for a hip-hop task force may be sabotaging their investigation.

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While Carmen dresses down Detective Wheeler, she says, "your little Howdy Doody ass don't know nothin' 'bout my world!" She is, of course, referring to the puppet with pale skin, red hair, and freckles (like Detective Wheeler) from The Howdy Doody Show (1947) (later known as "The Howdy Doody Show") and The New Howdy Doody Show (1976), which is quite an old reference for such a young woman. See more »

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Detective Logan pushes Williams into a window. The glass breaks but in the very next shot the glass is still intact. You can see a reflection off the glass. See more »

Quotes

Captain Danny Ross: Maybe she'll talk.
Detective Megan Wheeler: Why? Because she's a woman? Same thing happened with Lil' Kim, she went to jail for perjury.
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Reach Out
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Performed by Prodigal Sunn featuring Madame Dee
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Best Criminal Intent sans Goren & Eames
3 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Best L & O Criminal Intent without Goren and Eames. Strong performances from everyone. Powerful, very sobering ending. Chris Noth plays Logan's struggle with his own rage truer than I've seen in any other episode. Julianne Nicholson's professional, tough girl cop demeanor crumbling under the harangue against her by pretty Aunjanue Ellis's Carmen Rivera is completely believable; and it mirrors this episode's powerful story about the very thin, but palpable wall between the police and the black community, which is powerfully played out by the pivotal undercover cop, Sticky Fingaz's Harry Williams, and the brilliantly sadistic murder suspect, Bokeem Woodbine's Gordon Thomas. They are the muscle and guts of this episode - warriors on either side of a wall that cannot be breached by anyone.


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