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|←||CI, Episode 4.14||→|
|Production number: E5414|
First aired: 20 February 2005
| Teleplay By|
Elizabeth Benjamin & René Balcer
The death of a former adult magazine centerfold reveals a connection to a candidate for Congress and activities he undertook with his former wife.
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
- Rosanna Arquette as Kay Connelly
- Matt Servitto as Jim Radcliff
- Myk Watford as Tim Holtzman
- Catherine Hickland as Lila Parsons / Lila Brown
- Peter Bogdanovich as George Merritt
- Becky London as Judge Elena Aguilar
- William Whitehead as Johnny Parsons
- Sean McCourt as Martin Talbot
- Derdriu Ring as Mrs. Brendan
- Frank Shattuck as Rob McKenna
- Jordan Burt as Kenny Parsons
- Heather Braverman as Holly Parsons
- Chris Juell as Cai Parsons
- Dann Fink as Detective Lahola
- Hana Moon as Helen Pho
- Ellen Horst as Eve Hunter
- Eddie Marrero as Detective Ozily
- Nancy Meyer as Bonnie Wells
- Quincy Tyler Bernstine as Pam Gaffn
- David Murray Jaffe as Man with Pen
- George McNeely as Quentin
- Gabe Hernandez as Enrique
- Kristina Apgar as Regan
- Mason Roberts as Print Reporter
- Jerry Shulman as Manager
- Ali Stover as Girlfriend
- Christopher Ahuja as Boyfriend (uncredited)
- Ayelet Argaman as Christie (uncredited)
- Natalie Caron as Honey (uncredited)
- Ali Costello as Sarah (uncredited)
- Ben Esner as unknown
"Since I have no intention of asking Mr. Radcliff any questions about that document, I see no basis to turn it over to him."
"That is the lamest argument I've heard in a month; if it's evidence he has a right examine it!"
- - Ron Carver and Judge Aguilar
"Tough to tell your kid you neglected them because you were too busy romancing the seventh fleet."
- - James Deakins
Background information and notes Edit
- This episode was loosely based on the lives of actress Jeri Ryan and ex-husband Jack Ryan, who both attempted to keep experiences at a club similar to the one in this episode private. They wished to do so, much like in the episode, to protect their child. However, media outlets sued for the release of the records because Jack was running for the US Senate, much like the character of Radcliffe who was running for Congress. Jack Ryan withdrew from the race, opening the way for Barack Obama to become the junior Senator from Illinois.
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