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"Crazy"
CI, Episode 1.12
Production number: E2102
First aired: 13 January 2002
  th of 195 produced in CI  
th of 195 released in CI
  th of 1106 released in all  
Goren Eames Crazy
Written By
René Balcer

Directed By
Steve Shill

A prominent doctor is killed during his son's bar mitzvah, and all signs point to a distinguished psychologist.

Plot Edit

The murder of a heart surgeon at his son's bar mitzvah leads to the discovery of a bitter divorce and an allegation of sexual abuse against him. Upon learning the abuse allegation was unfounded, Goren and Eames discover that the murderer is connected to a psychiatrist who is infatuated with a relative of the victim.

Cast Edit

Main cast Edit

Guest cast Edit

References Edit

Sing Sing

Quotes Edit

"I love everything about this job except that. Buddy-boy system."

- Alexandra Eames


"Your client's not crazy, he's in love. It may be hard to tell the two apart, but the law can."

- Ron Carver


"Could somebody please tell him to stop looking at me? It's intolerable!"

- Charles Webb


"A cop. Good thing we know our hitman has a day-job."

- Alexandra Eames


"Possibility perp consumed gin or martini at restaurant. Shaken or stirred?."

- James Deakins


"Nobody's reasonable when they're in love, that's the whole point of it!"

- Robert Goren


"A divorce judge. The gift that keeps on giving."

- Alexandra Eames


"Oh, wait, it's power! That's what gets these women hot!"

- Robert Goren

Background information and notes Edit

  • This is actor J.K. Simmons' only appearance as Dr. Emil Skoda in an episode from Criminal Intent. Simmons also appeared in Law & Order and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
  • The episode title refers to the insanity defense the episode's main suspect attempted to use. The term might also refer to the song "Crazy", which includes the lyrics "I’m crazy for loving you!". It is revealed that love was the main suspect's motive for hiring a hitman.
  • Talking about a child molestation case, Detective Robert Goren refers to the Special Victims Unit.
  • Bar Mitzvah is the coming of age of a Jewish boy or girl.


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"The Third Horseman"
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Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Season 1
Next episode:
"The Insider"
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