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"Diamond Dogs"
CI, Episode 5.02
Production number: 05002
First aired: 2 October 2005
  th of 195 produced in CI  
th of 195 released in CI
  th of 1021 released in all  
Logan Barek Diamond Dogs
Teleplay By
Charlie Rubin

Story By
Charlie Rubin, Warren Leight & René Balcer

Directed By
Norberto Barba

Plot Edit

In their first case together, Detectives Mike Logan and Carolyn Barek chase down a jewelry store thief with severe anger-management issues.

Cast Edit

Main cast Edit

Guest cast Edit

References Edit

Atlantic City; Briscoe, Lennie; The Bronx; Craig, Lucas; Double-Down Jewelry; Forest Hills; Fortran's Bar; Giuliani, Rudolph; Keno-Sabe Casino; Long Island City; Pullman's; St. Timothy's Hospice; Staten Island;

Quotes Edit

Johnny Feist: $600 for a 1950s Hamilton -- you think I got ripped off?
Dave Pullman: I don't know about antiques.
Johnny Feist: I-it's eating me up inside...



Mrs. Craig: Just take the jewels and go!
Johnny Feist: (heavily agitated) You're giving me PERMISSION?!



Dede Feist: You alright, sweetie?
Elsa: I lost my job cleaning rooms, and my boyfriend took off with all my savings.
Dede Feist: Tell you what, I got a few dollars I could spare if you help me fold some laundry. (hands the girl some shirts) You can start with my son's t-shirts. He's at work right now. Hey... can I get a smile, sweetie?



Mike Logan: Rudy's not the mayor anymore, but that doesn't mean we can't still have some fun!


Mike Logan: She could go back to one of her boyfriends. Real Romeos. (shows Johnny a photo) This one put her in the hospital twice.
Johnny Feist: She won't just be with anybody.
Mike Logan: She's got a $300-a-day habit, Johnny. She'll be with whoever can pay the bills.



Mike Logan: Should've warned him not to expect any thanks.

Background information and notes Edit

  • This episode marks the first appearance of Detective Carolyn Barek.
  • Logan's statement that an ex-partner was a great pool player was the franchise's first clear suggestion that Lennie Briscoe had, in fact, died since the real-life death of Jerry Orbach.



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