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|←||CI, Episode 4.09||→|
|Production number: E5408|
First aired: 21 November 2004
| Teleplay By|
Warren Leight & René Balcer
When a scientist dies due to lethal radiation, Goren and Eames find themselves investigating one of the smartest men in the world.
Main cast Edit
- Vincent D'Onofrio as Detective Robert Goren
- Kathryn Erbe as Detective Alexandra Eames
- Jamey Sheridan as Captain James Deakins
- Courtney B. Vance as A.D.A. Ron Carver
Guest cast Edit
- Marla Sucharetza as Joanna Manotti
- Ann Dowd as Laurie Manotti
- Austin Pendleton as John Manotti
- Steve Routman as Dr. Carl Neminger
- Anya Migdal as Mona Manotti
- Ellen Lancaster as Jean Marie Neminger
- Danai Jekesai Gurira as Marei Rosa Rumbidzai
- Rebecca Eichenberger as Ann Tovack
- Pamela Dunlap as Prudence Sands
- Ian Stuart as Professor Harris
- Scarlett Sperduto as Emma Neminger
- Allen Hidalgo as Alberto Fama
- Scott Whitehurst as Detective Williams
- Doug Olear as Radiation Technician
- Steve Axelrod as Walsh
- Lanie MacEwan as Lena
- Aasif Mandvi as Sateesh
- Joe Urla as University Official
- P.J. Morrison as TAC Guy
- Gary Wilmes as TAC Scanner
- "For being such a genius, he's not much of a liar."
- – Alexandra Eames
- John Manotti: (to Eames, about Goren) Does he play the siren when he drives?
- Robert Goren: (referring to Eames) She drives.
- "My mother always said 'be happy you're not a genius'. It makes for a lonely life."
- – Alexandra Eames
Background information and notes Edit
- The use of the "theory of everything" in this episode refers to The Theory of Everything: The Origin and Fate of the Universe, an unauthorized 2002 book using excerpts from several different Stephen Hawking lectures on audiotape originally released in 1994 under the title, Stephen W. Hawking's Life Works: The Cambridge Lectures. Professor Hawking makes it clear that he has not endorsed this book. The text was written by him many years ago, however the material has already been published in books such as A Brief History of Time. A complaint was made to the Federal Trade Commission of the United States in the hope that the FTC would prevent the publication. (Source: The Theory of Everything at Wikipedia)
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