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|←||CI, Episode 6.09||→|
|Production number: 06008|
First aired: 21 November 2006
| Teleplay By|
Charlie Rubin & Warren Leight
A dead John Doe turns out to be a former child star fallen on hard times. While investigating his death, the police are lead to a bootleg DVD operation run by the Albanian Mafia, involving the murdered actor's co-star.
Main cast Edit
- Chris Noth as Detective Mike Logan
- Julianne Nicholson as Detective Megan Wheeler
- Eric Bogosian as Captain Danny Ross
Recurring cast Edit
- Leslie Hendrix as Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
- Tracey Godfrey as Detective Agnes Farley
- Gary Patent as Ira Whipple
Guest cast Edit
- Matt Keeslar as Willie Tunis
- Stivi Paskoski as Ditmir Minojilj
- Dee Hoty as Mrs. Stevens
- Daniel Oreskes as Zim Flamur
- Noah Weisberg as Alvin Stevens
- Mark La Mura as A.E. Bergmann
- Adam Stein as ME Eddie Hastings
- Mark Vazquez as Officer Delgado
- Yevgeniy Dekhtyar as Bert
- Masiela Lusha as Mira
- Babs Olusanmokun as Chibueze
- Nicholas J. Giangiulio as Joey
- Christine Danelson as Rachel
- Nikola Shkreli as Tommy
- Abigail Forman as Caryn
- Maxwell Huffman as Sam
- Peter Conboy as Computer Technician (uncredited)
- Alvin "Skater" Stevens portrayed a character on Goofin' Around similar to the Screech Powers character from Saved by the Bell.
- Ross: We have a child sitcom star dealing drugs to children out of an ice cream truck in the park. Heartwarming.
- Wheeler: Some mother. She didn't love Skater. Just saw her son as a meal ticket.
- Logan: Hmm. If anybody had cared about him, he wouldn't have ended up in Potter's Field.
- Ross: Least he didn't stay there. You guys pulled him out.
- Ross (about the blasters): If he's such a tough guy, why didn't he take out my detectives?
- Zim Flamur: 'Cause they're not in blood with him. If they were, they'd be dead with the Nigerian.
- Wheeler: "In blood," like a vendetta?
- Zim Flamur: Older. From the 15th century Code of Lek.
- Logan: (to Wheeler) You're not up on that, Wheeler? Goren woulda known.
Background information and notes Edit
Background information and notes
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"The War at Home"
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
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