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  • Innocence

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    S 2 : Ep 4 - 10/14/11

    Frank made an arrest in a rape case 18 years ago and Erin decides to reopen the case. Danny and Jackie have to deal with the murder of three teenagers for which there appears to be no motive.

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  • Imaginary Fiends

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    S 7 : Ep 20 - 5/8/05

    Unbeknownst to the sisters, baby Wyatt's new "imaginary" friend is actually a demon named Vicus who is trying to win Wyatt's trust to turn him evil. Meanwhile, Piper casts a spell to be able to understand baby Wyatt, but inadvertently brings 25-year-old Wyatt back from the future.moreless
  • Wannabe

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    S 2 : Ep 18 - 3/22/04

    Horatio and Speedle's case hinges on the testimony of a forensic-evidence enthusiast who stole a blood-drenched latex glove from the scene of the murder of a man who was stabbed to death with a butterfly knife. When Speedle tracks him down, the CSI wannabe is impressed by the ease with which Speedle was able to locate him, and the two begin to develop a slight bond when he shows up at the crime lab the night before he is set to testify. However, their relationship is cut short when the young man is found dead in his forensics-shrine of a home. Meanwhile, Delko and Calleigh probe the shooting death of a young woman whose body is found wrapped in a plastic garbage bag in a dumpster near the ritzy Miami club where she worked.moreless
  • Andy Appleseed

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    S 11 : Ep 6 - 10/28/03

    Andy and Connie wake to the call of another possible "Time Bar" homicide. They decide they have nothing further to discuss on the situation with Diane. Besides, Connie has not been feeling good in the morning. The detectives arrive at the scene of the homicide and find a match book that indicates the victim was at another bar that is owned by the Time Bar owner. McDowell accompanies Sipowicz to the Time Bar where they are going to meet Russell. As before, the owner offers them nothing but he does make a comment about what he heard about Russell's behavior the previous evening. After Russell leaves, McDowell comments that if it was only about Russell drinking again, why couldn't he tell her about that? He tells her to drop it. When he enters the squad room, Clark is handed a mysterious message that John Irvin tells him was left for him downstairs. The message smells of Dr. Devlin's perfume. Medavoy and Jones get a call for a homicide at the home of the Ackermans, their recent arson case, meanwhile the other detectives run down what they know about their current case. The uniform tells Jones and Medavoy that it was "push in robbery." The Ackerman family's abusive mother was killed in the break-in. The daughter, Alison Ackerman tells them what happened, but the detectives are skeptical when her story doesn't sound right and given what they know about the mother of the house. Sipowicz, Clark and Russell interview the ex-boyfriend of the latest victim, but he ultimately offers them nothing useful. Jones and Medavoy run what they know about their case to Rodriguez, they plan on talking with the Ackerman son at the hospital. In the meantime they have not been able to get hold of the father, who is reported to be out of town. Clark receives another mysterious message. Ortiz reports that a print was taken out of their latest victim's apartment, which matches to that of the building superintendent, Steven Debrees, who has a prior record. Sipowicz and Clark decide to look into it, meanwhile Russell has essentially dissed Ortiz's input. McDowell decides to confront Russell about what's going on, as it's getting disruptive and is getting between her and Andy. Russell confesses that there is something going on, but it's personal and if she talks about it, she is going to lose it. At the hospital, Jones and Medavoy talk with Kurt Ackerman about the home situation at his home and whether or not he might be guilty of his mother's death. Sipowicz and Clark talk with the building manager Debrees, who has an alibi, tells them that he is gay and that he only worked in the victim's apartment doing maintenance. Jones and Medavoy decide to talk with Kurt's friend Ray Spiers about what he might know about the death of his friend's mother. He suggests that they talk to the father, who had recently purchase a gun. They decide to reinterview the ex-boyfriend, Clark receives another mysterious message, indicating a rendezvous at a nearby hotel; but he decides it can wait. Before he leaves McDowell tells Sipowicz about her talk with Russell and that she has a better understanding of what is going on. After he's left, McDowell runs into the bathroom to throw up, she decides it might be time to see the doctor. Rodriguez tells Medavoy that Howard Ackerman has reported into the squad and that he will be coming in for questioning. Sipowicz, Clark and Russell reinterview the ex-boyfriend about his recent communications with the victim. Their constant badgering of him only makes him confused. After the interview, Clark goes to his rendezvous. Jennifer is their waiting for him, wanting to be handcuffed and interrogated. He's not interested in playing her game and she gets annoyed. He tells her that she is not acting like herself, and she tells him that she is and that their relationship is over. Medavoy and Jones interview Howard Ackerman who tells them that the gun he purchased was only for home protection and despite his lying about his whereabouts they seem to believe him. To her surprise McDowell finds out from her doctor that she is pregnant. Jones and Medavoy go back at Kurt Ackerman about his involvement in his mother's death and he confesses to them what happened. While the detectives are going over their case, Ortiz reports that the Debrees's alibi didn't check out. Sipowicz finds out that Connie has been to see the doctor, but she dismisses it as something she ate. Dr. Devlin comes into the squad to talk with Clark and she tells him about her problem with depression and how taking her medication reduces her sex drive. She has recently stopped taking them, which explains her recent behavior. He offers to help her to get back on her medication. He agrees to help her out, "a step at a time." Jones and Medavoy talk with Alison Ackerman to try to verify her brother's story; instead she tells them that it was she who shot her mother. Sipowicz, Clark and Russell go to the victim's apartment, where the Debrees is supposed to be cleaning up. They find him in the closet, wearing the victim's bra and panties. Jones and Medavoy bring the surviving Ackerman family members together, to get to the truth. Kurt admits his sister pulled the trigger, but she implicates her father who clearly made the weapon available to them. Sipowicz, Clark and Russell interview Debrees about his relationship with the victim. He confesses to killing the recent victim, but then he is also willing to confess to the other murders. He doesn't know any of the key details of those cases, so those confessions won't hold up. Haywood tells Jones and Medavoy what she is and isn't going to be able to do with the Ackerman family, the girl might get off with justifiable homicide and they got nothing they can use against the father. A call for another strangulation homicide comes in and the detectives go to the scene only to discover that it fits the pattern.moreless
  • Keeping Abreast

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    S 11 : Ep 5 - 10/21/03

    John is surprised by an early morning visit from Jennifer. Sometime later that morning he and the other detectives are on the scene of a homicide when Russell joins them on the scene. The homicide they caught matches a case she had three weeks earlier. When a piece of evidence is found that helps to link their cases, she decides to stay and participate in their investigation. Jones meets with Michael Woodruff and Michael tells him that he has told his father about their get togethers, but he hasn't told him where he is currently living. Back at the squad Russell runs down her case, which matches their homicide almost exactly. The detectives talk with a bartender and the owner of the bar where the victim was last seen. Word had begun leaking out about the similarity of the cases; the press and 1PP are taking an interest, increasing the pressure for the squad to close the case. Russell leaves to take an important call. Jones and Medavoy respond to the scene of a possible arson, the officer on the scene tells him that a homeless witness told him about seeing a young blond haired boy. The homeless witness is now on the way to the hospital to be treated for his burns. The owner of a bodega across the street comes over to tell the detectives that he has video of a kid that he had sold a lighter to 30 minutes before he heard the fire trucks. Sipowicz, Clark and Russell talk with man who was dating the victim. He tells them that he went by her apartment that night; only he confesses that he wasn't able to actually see her. Evidentially that wasn't enough to make him suspicious. Russell has to leave the investigation for about an hour for an appointment. McDowell and Ortiz talk with the woman that their victim went to the "Time Bar" with. She tells them what the victim had told her about a man she had sex with on the night she died, one key detail the victim mentioned was that the man she was with had a tiny penis. Jones and Medavoy talk with boy (and his parents) that was caught on the bodega video. The boy denies any knowledge of the fire and his mother vouches for his whereabouts at the time of the fire. McDowell and Ortiz talk with one of the waitresses from the club, but the information she offers them doesn't look like it will amount to much. Russell's appointment is with a doctor, who has confirmed her suspicion about the lump in her breast. Now they have to begin the test to see how invasive it may be. Jones and Medavoy talk to the homeless survivor of the fire. He tells them that he actually saw two kids on the scene. The detectives check into the waitresses' information, one item might lead to something, the liquor reps name matches a name the victim told to her girlfriend. Russell returns to the squad and Rodriguez lays down for her the rules about working in his squad. After Russell goes off on the boss, Sipowicz tries to talk with her, but she doesn't open up her problem. He wants her to get with it, or get off of the case. Jones and Medavoy go back to talk with the kid and play him such that they get the name of the other kid that was seen with him. Sipowicz, Clark and Russell talk with the liquor rep, who admits to having gone home with the victim and having sex with her. When Russell (who's got a lot on her mind at the moment) steps over the line--it brings their questioning to a halt when he "lawyers up." Jones and Medavoy talk with the other boy and he tells them that his friend's mother is crazy, that it was she who put them up to lying about their involvement with the fire and she destroyed the videotape they took of the fire in their fireplace. Jones and Medavoy got back the home to encounter the mother. Medavoy finds evidence of the videotape in the fire. When they go to arrest the mother for obstruction and the son for arson the mother gets very verbally and physically abusive on her son. Back at the squad, they report to Rodriguez that the mother and her son are awaiting the arrival of their attorney. Meanwhile the other detectives are still waiting for a break in their case; perhaps when the story hits the papers in the morning something will turn up. The squad plans on staking out the "Time Bar" that evening. Jones realizes that he has missed his appointment with Michael. He finds Michael at the basketball court and to get him to go to dinner with him, he must hit a three. Jones does, but as they are leaving Michael's father arrives. He tells Jones that he is not going to let his son "get turned into you." John and Jennifer rendezvous again that evening, but this time she wants to spice up their relationship by videotaping their lovemaking. He refuses but all she was looking for was something they could do different that he might not have done with any previous relationship. She leaves disappointed. At the "Time Club," Sipowicz and Clark observe Russell's arrival, which seems unusually animated. A little concerned, Sipowicz goes up to her and finds out that she has been drinking. She confesses to having one. Sipowicz leaves her after he's been "brushed off" for effect. When another man approaches her, he gets a glass of water in the face and Sipowicz intercedes and a small fight breaks out. Afterwards Diane tells Andy about her doctor's visit, not wanting any sympathy and wanting to keep her job (the only thing she's got right now) she doesn't want him to tell anyone, not even Connie. He offers to support her, the best that he can, throughout this crisis. Andy makes it home, battered and bruised from the fight. He tries to hide the fact that he knows more about Diane than he is letting on, but Connie doesn't believe it; she knows when she is being lied to.moreless
  • Virtual Reality

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    S 9 : Ep 18 - 3/15/03

    Marissa Atkins lies in a coma in her hospital room. She's been asleep for nearly six months, and shows no signs of recovery. Her future is locked away in a dormant mind, just like the future of the boys who did this to her are locked in the wheels of justice. Victor Jackson is on trial, for what is essentially vehicular manslaughter. The prosecution is trying to demonstrate that Victor intentionally ran Marissa over with his mother's car. The defense claims that Victor tried to stop, and that it was the fear of an inexperienced driver that led him to flee the scene of a an accident. The truth is somewhere in between, and must be discovered by the angels; Rafael for the prosecution and Andrew for the defense. With Tess acting as Judge, the trial begins. And while various evperts take the stand, Monica tries to make some headway with the witness to the alleged crime, Victor's cousin, Josh. Rafael brings to the jury's attention, the fact that Victor and his cousin had been playing a video game called "Carjack 2000: Millennium Mayhem." In this violent game, players get points for: stealing cars, killing drivers, breaking roadblocks and running over prostitutes. Andrew argues that the game bears no relevance to the case and that violent crimes are not spawned from representations of violence in entertainment. Meanwhile, Monica is learning more about Josh, she finds out that he's been living with his aunt and uncle, Victor's parents, while his own mother and father are in the midst of a divorce. She learns of his victimization by tougher kids at school, and about his academic decline after he started playing Carjack 2000 with Victor. She also, using her God-given gift of seeing into the hearts of others, discovers that what happened to Marissa was no accident. She sees the boys driving through the rain-soaked streets, jamming angry rap music and getting into the Carjack 2000 mindset. She watches as Victor spots Marissa, scantily clad under a rain coat. He sees her as a prostitute, as "Street-Scum" from his videogame, and he does what is needed to garner the 20,000 points, he runs her down. Now that she knows this, she works with Josh to humanize the victim, to put a person's face on the unreal figure that his cousin tried to kill. In the end, she is successful. With Marissa awake and in the courtroom, Josh breaks down and confesses. He says that Victor was trying to kill her, he was sick of playing the game on the computer screen and wanted to do it for real. Of course when you do something for real, you must face real consequences, especially when the angels are on the case.moreless
  • Popular

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    S 3 : Ep 16 - 3/1/02

    Stabler's wife tells him that her friend (a nurse) treated a young girl for rape by a teacher. Despite being advised not to find out further details, Stabler, with help from Benson, crack open the case to disturbing details. The girl had been part of a club in which sexual favors were given for drugs in a group of teenagers.moreless