The death of a stripper-turned-celebrity's son appears to be an accidental overdose, but when the woman (Swanson) dies days later after giving birth, the case becomes a homicide investigation that seems to involve the paternity of the newborn.

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... Mike Logan
... Megan Wheeler
... Danny Ross
... Ronnie Chase
... Jolene
... Bessie Holland
... Clara Holland
... Dr. Holgreen
... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
... George Merritt
... Lorelai Mailer
... Lisa Williams
... Aleena Korshikova
Michael Ellison ... Justin Holland
... Hobart
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The death of a stripper-turned-celebrity's son appears to be an accidental overdose, but when the woman (Swanson) dies days later after giving birth, the case becomes a homicide investigation that seems to involve the paternity of the newborn.

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The plot line has some similarities with the real life case of Daniel Wayne Smith, son of Anna Nicole Smith. See more »

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When Detective Logan and Detective Wheeler are questioning the doctor who wrote the prescription for the Methadone, the doctor said he called it in to a pharmacy. Since Methadone is a Schedule II narcotic, it cannot be called into a pharmacy, the patient would need to bring in the hard copy of the prescription and it has to be written on a security blank. See more »

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References Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) See more »

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Sous Marine
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Written by Sandrine Ligabue
Performed by san.drine
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A Powerfully Heartbreaking Performance by Kristy Swanson
13 February 2018 | by See all my reviews

Kristy Swanson gives the performance of a lifetime in this Law and Order: Criminal Intent episode that is based somewhat on the tragic life of Anna Nicole Smith. Without Swanson's powerful work in this entry in the franchise, it would be a rather lackluster episode indeed. However, her portrayal of the sad, lonely, heartbroken figure is one of the truly remarkable parts she has ever played. Kristy Swanson gives the character of Loreli heart, authenticity, and soul. With the magic of her eyes alone, she expresses the love within the woman, the passion, the burning needs that seemingly can never be fulfilled. It is an unforgettably haunting performance and one which was deserving of an Emmy.


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