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  • Hair Apparent

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    S 2 : Ep 1 - 6/8/09

    Jerry defends a man charged with permitting a relative to sell drugs out of his barbershop. Roz begins working on active cases again and Bobbi's divorce proceedings begin.
  • Shop Till You Drop

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    S 1 : Ep 10 - 11/3/08

    The appeals court overturns the conviction of a black firefighter accused of stealing property from a body found during a fire. The court finds that Judge Kessler was wrong to disallow testimony. Roz and Balco have to go and retry the case and they find racism to play a major part. Jerry finds some information out about Bobbi's husband but doesn't know if he should share it. Charlie deals with conflict between him and Judge Kessler.moreless
  • Roman Holiday

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    S 1 : Ep 9 - 10/27/08

    Jerry defends an HIV-positive man charged with attempted murder due to the fact that he spit in a police officer's face. Jerry must go up against Mitch Baker, an arrogant assistant DA. Bobbi and Richard defend a 14-year-old who was possibly involved in a murder. Judge Kessler plans a trip to Italy and invites Charlie along.moreless
  • Out on the Roof

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    S 1 : Ep 8 - 10/20/08

    One of Charlie's friends is arrested and Charlie arranges to have Jerry handle the case, but then is put in front of Charlie's boss, Judge Kessler. Michelle calls Jerry in to intercede on one of Bobbi's cases.moreless
  • A Leg to Stand On

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    S 1 : Ep 7 - 10/13/08

    Jerry defends a client who he is sure is innocent. Jerry gets a sign that he should go with a bench trial, but it seems there are some politics going on in the background. Richard receives extra attention from his law student. Judge Kessler is called in for a favor.
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  • Hang Time

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    S 1 : Ep 6 - 10/6/08

    Jerry defends a man who followed a hit and run driver and then stole from him. Bobbi's latest case involves a domestic -violence dispute which has the wife refusing to press charges.
  • Bagels and Locks

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    S 1 : Ep 5 - 9/29/08

    Jerry takes on an emotional case of the murder of a young boy. As the press coverage intensifies, Balco takes over as lead prosecutor. Bobbi defends a family man charged with possession of heroin. Jerry finally meets Bobbi's husband and they continue to flirt.moreless
  • Richie Richer

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    S 1 : Ep 4 - 9/22/08

    Richards wealthy father offers Roz a job. Jerry defends a mother whose arrest may have something to do with her testifying in a murder trial. Judge Kessler continues her quest as a political candidate.moreless
  • I Will, I'm Will

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    S 1 : Ep 3 - 9/15/08

    Jerry defends a mentally ill client and runs into problems with Judge Kessler. Richard defends a woman who caused problems due to a welfare check and may not be able to take care of her grandmother if she is convicted.

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  • Guatemala Gulfstream

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    S 1 : Ep 2 - 9/8/08

    Jerry defends a man accused of murder but the only eyewitness is in Guatemala. Michelle has the chance of trying her first murder trial and tries to remember to be a good lawyer in the process. Meanwhile, Richard defends a man accused of assault and Charlie runs into a former lover in the courtroom.moreless
  • Boo Cocky

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    S 3 : Ep 16 - 9/7/08

    Conan tells us "What is Best in Life" with a song. The Nerds find out Revenge comes with a price. President Jenna Bush trades the Oil Crisis for the Corn Crisis. The "Saved By The Bell" kids meet Jigsaw from "Saw," and Screech will never be the same. The Borg track the Enterprise to its hiding place...Las Vegas' "Star Trek Experience".moreless
  • Pilot

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    S 1 : Ep 1 - 9/1/08

    Public defender, Jerry Kellerman, defends a man that he is certain is innocent. Jerry struggles on the case while in front of a judge that despises him. Meanwhile in the DA's office, Michelle tries to right a wrong in a rape trial while the office doesn't want to be embarrassed by a wrong conviction.moreless
  • His Visit: Day Nine

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    S 1 : Ep 10 - 8/12/07

    In the first-season finale, Butchie and Kai have a joyous revelation; and Imperial Beach plays host to Stinkweed's makeshift parade.
  • Unfinished Business

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    S 1 : Ep 18 - 6/14/06

    After a critic of the Equal Rights Amendment passes away and his wife takes over his seat, Mac believes she can amend the Constitution and pass the ERA once and for all. Meanwhile Templeton turns a Get Out the Vote campaign meeting into a presidential debate, Rod is asked to write a story about his relationship with Mac, and Rebecca finally learns the identity of her IM buddy, and both are shocked at just who the other person is.moreless
  • Happy Birthday, Madam President

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    S 1 : Ep 17 - 6/7/06

    On Mac's birthday, she is faced with the fact that there are American hostages being held in Turkey by a militant Kurdish group. Meanwhile, she also has to interview new candidates to be her Vice President and Dickie tries to convince her of the type of person she needs to choose because her choice will affect her re-election campaign.moreless
  • The Elephant in the Room

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    S 1 : Ep 16 - 5/31/06

    Mac suffers a burst appendix while aboard Air Force One. Since there is no Vice President in place, Templeton becomes acting President since he is the Speaker of the House and next in line. Meanwhile, there is an air strike that is crippling travel on Memorial Day weekend and Templeton ends up overstepping his bounds and handles the situation the way he wants to.moreless
  • Ties That Bind

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    S 1 : Ep 15 - 4/27/06

    Mac wants her Attorney General to look into an urban situation in Maryland because it's where Gardner is from. Mac is also briefed on the situation of the missing surface-to-air missiles that went down in a military plane crash over Pakistan and has to make sure that the weapons do not end up in the hands of terrorists. Templeton is ralling support for the Templeton Act which focuses on domestic crime and Mac is threatening to use her veto power in the hopes for more law enforcement and education over the bill's calls for tougher sentencing. Dickie learns that Vince is planning a commitment ceremony with his partner and he warns him not to invite Mac because it might hurt her in the polls.moreless
  • The Price You Pay

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    S 1 : Ep 14 - 4/20/06

    Mac decides to stand by her friend and Attorney General nominee, Carl Brantley, after he gets hammered in his confirmation hearings. A cargo plane which contains military weapons goes missing over Pakistan and it's up to Vice President Keaton to resolve the situation. Meanwhile, Rod tries to settle in the domestic life, but soon faces a crisis when Kate is nowhere to be found.moreless
  • State of the Unions

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    S 1 : Ep 13 - 4/13/06

    While Mac is busy working on her first State of the Union address, Rod becomes a tad tipsy and is found in compromising position with an intern for all the world to see. Meanwhile, Templeton sets out to find a way to sabotage Mac's Homeless Initiative Bill. Plus, Dickie and Jayne, who has gone back to being Templeton's chief-of-staff, go out on a dinner date.moreless
  • Wind Beneath My Wing

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    S 1 : Ep 12 - 1/24/06

    Mac and Templeton head out west to pay tribute to the dedication of former President Bridges' Presidential Library. While there Air Force One is held hostage by a guy who wants to speak with Mac. Meanwhile Horace and Rebecca have some friends for a party.moreless
  • No Nukes Is Good Nukes (2)

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    S 1 : Ep 11 - 1/17/06

    While trying to coordinate the rescue of the crew of a damaged U.S. submarine off the coast of North Korea with help from Chinese, Mac must deal with war fever among her advisors and a leak from China to the North Korean government that threatens to start a nuclear war. Meanwhile, Speaker Templeton’s wife secretly encourages Jayne Murray to accept Nathan’s offer to rejoin his office as chief of Staff.moreless
  • Sub Enchanted Evening (1)

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    S 1 : Ep 10 - 1/10/06

    A submarine strikes a seamount just off North Korean waters and Mac must ask the Chinese for help. Meanwhile, Dickie's constant need for information has begun to irritate everyone. Meanwhile the first family deals with the question of reelection.moreless
  • The Mom Who Came to Dinner

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    S 1 : Ep 9 - 11/29/05

    Mac has more than Thanksgiving turkey on her plate. She juggles military base closures in her home town, a death penalty case the Supreme Court will not hear and a visit with Mom. Joining her team is a young and savvy media strategist/advisor.moreless
  • It's Alright Ma, I'm Only Bleeding

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    S 1 : Ep 6 - 8/31/05

    The squad races against time to rescue journalist John Moffet before he is executed by his abductors. The team also learns a bounty has been placed on Smoke's head. Meanwhile, Bo returns home and Vanessa finally hits rock bottom.moreless
  • Embedded

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    S 1 : Ep 5 - 8/24/05

    When Smoke is implicated in the death of a civilian, his mother takes the news hard. An embedded reporter disappears after suggesting the death was an Iraqi setup. Also, Bo gets his new prosthetic leg.moreless
  • Moving Day

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    S 12 : Ep 20 - 3/1/05

    Jones and Clark respond to the death of woman named Pamela Wyatt, who appears to have been a high priced call girl. Ortiz and Murphy arrive on the scene along with Sgt. Sipowicz who enlightens Jones and Clark about his officially taking over command of the 15 Squad. They return to the Squad and meet two new detectives that have joined the squad, Ray Quinn and Joe Slovak. They ran a dump of the Pamela Wyatt's phone records and have come up with some names to check out. Sipowicz's former Sergeant, Al Angelotti from the 25 Squad, now a retired Chief who is working security for a wealthy client comes into the squad with his client, Robert Heilbrenner and Heilbrenner's attorney. While Clark and Jones (with Sipowicz in attendance) listen to Heilbrenner describe his relationship with the Pamela Wyatt, Angelotti is out talking to the rookie detectives about what they currently know about the case. Murphy and Ortiz interview the victim's parents, both of whom were ignorant of what their daughter was really up to with her life in the city. The rookie detectives Quinn and Slovak go to interview Toshira "Johnny" Nikada but he tells them that he has diplomatic immunity and doesn't want to be bothered with their questions. While Pamela Wyatt's parents were ignorant of her activities, Murphy and Ortiz interview her sister and she knows more than she cares to about what her sister was up to. She tells them that Heilbrenner was into beatings and having her sister participate in threesomes. Jones and Clark leave the squad to find Anne Marie, the prostitute that participated in threesomes with Pamela Wyatt. Just after they've left, Heilbrenner's driver comes into to talk with them, but since they are gone he talks with Quinn and Slovak. The driver tells them what little he knew about the relationship between Pamela Wyatt and Robert Heilbrenner. Meanwhile, Jones and Clark have found Anne Marie and find out about Heilbrenner's perversions. Back at the squad, Insp. Dowdell and some government officials come in with a signed avadavat from Toshira Nikada, admitting to killing Pamela Wyatt. With his diplomatic immunity he is exonerated from any charges and is currently on his way back to Japan. The inspector tells Sipowicz that the two detectives who brought this light, Quinn and Slovak will get letters of commendation. Quinn and Slovak raise some concerns about the confession and mention the conversation they had with Angelotti earlier that morning. Clark brings his concerns to Sipowicz and Sipowicz agrees to keep the case open and that he will worry about the bosses. Quinn and Slovak find the woman that Johnny Nikada was having lunch with. She tells them that if they want to know anything bad about him, she suggest that they talk to his uncle. Murphy and Ortiz go to talk with Heilbrenner's wife. She knew about her husband's mistress and that their relationship was ended and she doesn't believe that her husband is capable of the perversions that the detectives enlighten her with. The Chief of Detectives, Duffy, stops by to officially close the investigation, "is that understood?" Sgt. Sipowicz says it is. Clark and Jones interview Johnny Nikada's uncle and he admits that his nephew has had a problem with gambling debts to a bookie named Segal. He also tells them that his nephew knew Robert Heilbrenner. As he was showing an apartment in the neighborhood Medavoy stops by to say hi, only everyone is much too busy to give him much more than the time of day. Murphy and Ortiz talk to the bookie, who tells them that today Johnny Nikada paid off the $110,000 he owed him. Jones and Clark catch up with Heilbrenner's driver and chauffeur him back to the precinct for further questioning. They question him harder and they tell him that he could be an "accessory after the fact" if he doesn't tell them what happened at Pamela Wyatt's apartment building this morning. He tells them what transpired with Heilbrenner this morning and that he wants his conscience clear. Murphy, Ortiz and Sipowicz go to the Heilbrenner home where they arrest him. Back at the squad, Bale has come in to clean out his office. Downstairs Heilbrenner's attorney and Angelotti are their awaiting the arrival of their client and the detectives. Angelotti tells Sipowicz that he could have had him as a friend, instead of the enemy that he has become. Sipowicz tells him that he has work to do and the pressures of command keep mounting for him when Chief Duffy arrives. Duffy reads Sipowicz the riot act and warns him not to let it happen again. Bale comes into Sipowicz's office and tells him about the three things he has to worry about in his position, those above him, those below and still be able to live with himself. Bale believes that Sipowicz has a chance with the last two, but wishes him luck with the first and with that Bale turns over the office. The new guys say their farewell to Sipowicz, as does John Irvin, Murphy and Ortiz, Jones and finally Clark who tells him "Good night. Boss." Sipowicz finally sits down at his new desk as the camera pulls back through his office door and out the doorway of the 15 Squad. FADE TO BLACK.moreless
  • Bale to the Chief

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    S 12 : Ep 19 - 2/22/05

    The interim boss Lt. Henry comes into the squad and introduces himself to the detectives, who in turn introduce themselves. They offer to bring him up to speed on their cases, but Lt. Henry is the anti-Bale and tells them they can get to it when they get to it. He is more interested in knowing if any of them like to play golf. Murphy and Ortiz go to the scene of a homicide where a young Muslim woman, Farah Amar has been stabbed to death. In questioning the neighbor they learn that the woman had numerous loud arguments with her husband. Back at the squad while Sipowicz tries to bring their new boss "Arnold Palmer" up to speed on their investigation into Bale's shooting, Jones and Clark try to get more information about Sergei Yesenin's whereabouts from "Russian Mike" who has come back in for further questioning. "Russian Mike" wants a deal before he will cooperate any further with the investigation. The husband of Murphy and Ortiz's victim, Adeeb Amar, comes in for questioning. The man is broken up when he finds out about her death and he tells them that Ibrahim Moussadiq was probably responsible. Ibrahim had always wanted to marry his wife back in their home country and once indicated that if he couldn't have her then no one should be able to have her. Sipowicz goes to the hospital to visit Bale and he tells him about the case and his temporary replacement. Bale tells him about the nerve damage that will probably keep him from coming back and make his temporary replacement permanent. He tells Sipowicz that he should consider the possibility of taking over the squad himself. It something that Sipowicz doesn't think he wants to do, in fact he has some regrets about taking the sergeant's exam. He thinks he should have remained a detective, something he's done since he was 31. Munson comes in with the detectives to assure "Russian Mike" that he has a deal. He knows that Sergei has some Russian girls working for him, but he doesn't know where he keeps them; he does know the name of a hotel where Sergei has a deal with the clerk to provide women. Murphy and Ortiz find Ibrahim Moussadiq and bring him in for questioning. In the course of the interview, Ibrahim indicates that he had once had a relationship with Farah Amar, that he was offering her the kind of support she needed but wasn't getting from her husband, but only as a friend. Sipowicz, Clark and Jones go to the hotel and interview the clerk. Under threat of embarrassment the clerk gives them the location of a home where the working girls can be found. Murphy and Ortiz find Adeeb Amar and ask him some follow-up questions based on what Ibrahim told them. They decide they need to bring him in for further questioning. Meantime, Clark, Jones, and Sipowicz interview the working girls, but none of them are cooperative, fearing the potential reprisal from Sergei. Sipowicz tries to bring Lt. Henry up to speed, but the lieutenant is more interested in getting his new gadget working. In the coffee room, John Irvin tells Sipowicz that all the recent change in the squad is making him decide to put in for a transfer in the hopes that he can find another squad where he can feel like he is a part of things, like he used to feel here. Murphy and Ortiz reinterview Adeeb Amar about what Ibrahim told him. They try to get him to admit that his wife wasn't the woman that he thought she was. He responds by refusing to talk to them any further. Some Chinese food was delivered to the squad in honor of Medavoy's retirement. Sipowicz, Clark and Jones go back to the pokey room to reinterview the woman "Varenka," that BCI identified as Sergei's sister, Dasha. They convince her to help them safely bring her brother in and with it they manage to bring Sergei into custody with only a few shots fired. Ortiz brings in a translation of their victim's last entry in her diary. Her death was self-inflicted. They bring the information to her husband, who insists that they charge him with her death only so that her family doesn't find out that she had taken her own life. At the hospital Sipowicz brings a photo array to Bale for identification and he can't positively ID Sergei. Bale then asks Sipowicz if he wants him to make the call to the Chief of Detectives about taking the squad over. Sipowicz tells Bale that if he is comfortable making the call, he will take the job. Back at the squad, Sipowicz tells Jones and Clark that Bale couldn't make a positive ID and that they should go ahead and conduct the interview without him, since it is their case. Looking for advice Murphy and Ortiz run the complication of their case for Sipowicz, who makes a great suggestion to them. Then the three of them run it by Lt. Henry, who not wanting to be bogged down with all the details (he's a big picture guy), tells them to do what Sipowicz suggested. Clark and Jones get Sergei to admit to shooting Bale, claiming that it was self-defense. Later that night the members of the 15 Squad celebrate the retirement of Greg Medavoy (amongst others). The Chief of Detectives, who is at the event, stops by their table and takes Sipowicz aside. They discuss the phone call that the Chief received from Bale recommending Sipowicz taking over the squad. Sipowicz makes a convincing argument that makes the Chief of Detectives determine that he will be all right for the job.moreless
  • Lenny Scissorhands

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    S 12 : Ep 18 - 2/15/05

    Ortiz and Murphy arrived on the scene of a shooting, where two of Sipowicz's men were involved in chasing down a suspect, who got away after he able to shoot one of the officers. Back at the squad, Sipowicz tells the pair about a possible witness to the crime that he saw while they were all still at the scene, an elderly woman sitting at her window. Even though it is Medavoy's last day on the job, Sipowicz doesn't feel like getting his picture taken. With Medavoy leaving Clark is now partnered with Jones and together they go to the scene of crime, where a woman, Deborah Olshan, was beaten to death in her home, a possible victim of a robbery. At the scene they interview Maxine Annunziato, her friend and the one who discovered the body. Murphy and Ortiz talk with the woman that Sipowicz identified as a probable witness to the shooting of the officers. She tells them that she saw the officers enter the building, but she didn't see them chasing anyone. Clark and Jones return to the squad to find Barry Olshan and his attorney waiting for him. They talk with him and he goes over his wife's normal routine. Since there was no obvious sign of forced entry they begin pursuing a line of questioning regarding his business. Also the fact that he has brought his attorney along with him raises some questions in their mind. Clark and Jones interview employees at the jewelry store. One of them opens up about the behavior of Debbie Olshan and her friend, Maxine Annunziato. Ortiz and Murphy meet Off. Perez at the hospital to go through the sequence of events. His recounting is different than that of the woman from across the street. Clark and Jones go back to talk with Maxine Annunziato about the last time she was with her friend. She tells them about a business deal they had going to open a salon and they discussed that. She tells about a man Debbie called "Russian Mike" that they met from time to time when they would go out to the clubs together. "Russian Mike" was interested in the diamond that she wore. On the way back through the precinct lobby, Clark stops and talk with Sipowicz about the current case. When asked about working with Jones, Clark says he thinks its okay, but he tells Sipowicz he'd rather be working with him, something that Sipowicz tells him he doesn't want to hear again. Clark and Jones find out where to find "Russian Mike". Murphy and Ortiz talk with Off. Donatelli about the sequence of events. His story matches the one Perez gave them, but neither matches the description of the witness. When confronted with that information Donatelli starts to become uncooperative. Back at the squad Ortiz comments that she suspects that Donatelli's wife knows something and she believes they should go back and try to talking with her alone. Medavoy is still taking photos on his last day. Jones and Clark return to the squad and ask Bale to join them on hitting the apartment of "Russian Mike." By having Bale come along they don't have to deal with the headache of dealing with Emergency Service. Jones asks Medavoy if he'd like to come along. The detectives enter the apartment, but Bale who is still in the hallway is shot by someone fleeing into the hallway from another apartment. At the hospital the Chief of Detectives, Duffy, has arrived on the scene and he tells Sipowicz to get "out of the bag" and "back in the suit" and start working the case of Bale's shooting. Back at the squad, Barry Olshan comes back in without his attorney and confesses that he uses his business to redistribute money. He tells them about a business dealing he had with Lenny Russo and Maxine Annunziato. He recent embracing of his religion with his wife was having him put a stop to his illegal activities, which also meant he wasn't going to back the hair salon they wanted to open. Murphy and Ortiz talk with Donatelli's wife and she tells them that her husband has terminal cancer, that he didn't want anyone to know about. Back in the suit, Sipowicz tells "Russian Mike" that he will tell him the name of the man who shot Bale. After some convincing, "Russian Mike" gives him the name Sergei Yesenin and he tells them what little he knows about Sergei's possible whereabouts. # Clark and Jones interview Lenny Russo about his possible deal with Barry Olshan, which leads to them getting him to confess to trying to rob the apartment. Debbie Olshan walked in on the middle of the robbery and attacked him. He tells them that Maxine Annunziato gave him all the information he needed to commit the robbery, implicating her. Murphy and Ortiz talk with Perez about what they know about Donatelli's cancer. Perez tells them that they were just trying to look out for Donatelli's family by getting him ¾ quarters of his pension for a line of duty shooting. They talk with Sipowicz, who tells them that an accidental shooting would entitle him to the same thing. He agrees to help them work the paperwork out to Donatelli's advantage. Clark and Jones reinterview Maxine Annunziato about what Lenny Russo told him and what they know. Bale is out of surgery and stable. Following up on the shooter, "Russian Mike"'s information was good but they still haven't located Sergei Yesenin. With all that was going on, everyone has forgotten that it was Medavoy's last day. Sipowicz talks with him and tells him that despite what is currently going on he should still take advantage of his opportunity to have something to go to. Sipowicz "out of the bag" finally agrees to take a photo, with Medavoy.moreless
  • Sergeant Sipowicz' Lonely Hearts Club Band

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    S 12 : Ep 17 - 2/8/05

    The detectives arrive on the scene of shooting outside of a school. The victim is Lester Bakewell, a sergeant in the US Army who was at the school to do recruitment. Also on the scene is another sergeant named Sipowicz, who is there with his uniform officers. Clark takes the opportunity to bust the new sergeant's balls. A woman, Denise Campo, comes in to report her great uncle has missing for four days. Jones and Medavoy take the case and she tells them that he is homeless and that he is just a sweet old man. She gives them a picture of her uncle. An Army warrant officer Steve Nutting from CID is in Bale's office, he is going to assist in the investigation. Clark and Nutting interview the dean of students from the school. The dean tells them about the peaceful demonstrations against recruiters, but he also tells them about Paul Corbelli, one of the students whose brother was killed in Iraq four months ago. He does know that the boy had access to a rifle and that according to the boy's father, he is a good shot. Down in the precinct lobby Sipowicz brings Jones and Medavoy's attention to "King Tut" who is wearing clothing similar to that shown in the recent photo Denise Campo had of her great uncle. They talk to "King Tut" and finally get out of him that he had obtained the clothing from a body he found in a dumpster. Paul Corbelli is questioned by Clark and Nutting. They ask him about the rifle, his brother's death and if he'd ever been out of the country. Nutting takes a get tough approach in the interview and Clark dials him back. At the dumpster, it's up to Medavoy to get in and search the contents. After getting covered with garbage, he uncovers the body. Back in the 15 Squad, Sipowicz has brought something upstairs and wants to know what's up with Clark's case and whether anyone has been assigned to his desk yet. Brigid Scofield is waiting for Medavoy when he returns; of course he arrives still reeking from the garbage. In the coffee room she makes him on offer to consider, she hands him a real estate card with his name on it. Ed Corbelli comes in for questioning; he tells them that his son is innocent. He tells them Paul's brother was someone that Paul looked up. He agrees to let them look at his rifle and Paul's computer. He tells them that Paul would never do anything to cause someone to go through what he had been going through. Clark and Nutting talk with a friend of Bakewell and he tells them about a relationship that Bakewell was having with another sergeant, named Angela Payson. Jones and Medavoy break the news to Denise Campo about her great uncle's death. They don't know if it is a homicide yet, but they ask her if she knows any connection between her great uncle and the restaurant. His body was found in the dumpster behind the restaurant, but he also had a matchbook for the place in his possession. Clark and Nutting run their difference of opinion on the case by Bale, and Bale supports Clark's position. Sipowicz tells Jones and Medavoy about a complaint a couple of his officers took last week regarding the manager of the restaurant and a homeless guy who matches the description of their victim. Sgt. Payson comes in for an interview with Clark and Nutting. She admits to having the affair with the victim and also tells them that her husband knew about it and that they are separated with a divorce pending. She also tells them that her husband is ex-military. Jones and Medavoy talk with the manager of the restaurant. The manager is disgusted that with all that is going on in the city, that the police are looking into the death of a homeless man. Sgt. Sipowicz goes out on the street to mediate a dispute between a uniform and a man that he has written a ticket for. Carl Payson comes in for questioning. He seems at ease with the declining state of his marriage and speaks very matter of fact about his current relationship with his wife and the last time he had encountered her lover. Jones and Medavoy talk with the hostess from the restaurant. She recognizes the victim, but not from his fight with the manager, but rather from his hanging around the kitchen and his interaction with Nestor Duarte, the buy who cleans the restaurant overnight. Clark comes down to talk with Sipowicz about his feelings on the case versus Nutter's. Sipowicz suggests that they go back at the woman again, using the possible prosecution of the kid as a lever to see if anything else pries loose. He also tells him not to sandbag his partner. Jones and Medavoy go to talk with Nestor Duarte and he tells them about the relationship he had with the victim, he would give the old man food for helping him out with cleaning. The old man died one night while sleeping in the back of the restaurant. Worried that the restaurant would find out what he had been doing with the old man, he took the man's body and put it in the dumpster. Clark and Nutting run their scenario about the kid by Sgt. Payson. She gives them some additional information about the mindset of her husband, who is really having a hard time with their pending divorce. She also tells them that he has a rifle. The ME report comes back that the old man died of a brain aneurysm. Carl Payson is back for questioning about his real state of mind regarding the divorce and the rifle that they found in the trunk of his car. Clark appeals to his sense of honor to tell the truth and he capitulates and admits to the crime. Clark gives the status to Bale and then informs the Corbelli family. Paul Corbelli tells Nutting that if he talks to the family of the victim, to please tell them that he is really sorry, especially if Bakewell had a younger brother. Jones and Medavoy tell Denise Campo about the circumstances surrounding her great uncle's death. After she leaves, Jones asks Medavoy if they should "call it a day." And Medavoy decides it is time to do just that, he tells Jones that he is going to put in his papers and take the opportunity that Brigid Scofield has offered him. He goes into Bale's office to make it official. Sipowicz comes back upstairs to find out how the case went and finds out from Murphy and Ortiz that he is missed.moreless
  • Old Man Quiver

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    S 12 : Ep 16 - 2/1/05

    Sipowicz and Clark arrive at the home of an 80-year-old millionaire, Hugh Rasmussen, who was smothered to death. They talk to the man's secretary, Judith Howell, a middle-aged woman, who found the body. Then the wife, Amy Rasmussen arrives back home; she's come back from the gym and she is young enough (28-years-old) to be the victim's granddaughter. She acknowledges the comments that her husband has been thought about as a dirty old man and that she may be considered a gold digger, but as far as she's concerned they can all go straight to hell, she loved her husband. Sipowicz and Clark run the basics of what they know so far by Bale and Bale notes to Sipowicz that today is the day of his promotion and he offers his congratulations. Jones and Medavoy go to a retirement home, where Olive Rosenthal was found dead. The doctor found a suspicious needle mark on the woman's body. The director of the home wants the detectives to avoid talking to the other residents, but they tell her that will be impossible during a homicide investigation. Sipowicz and Clark talk with Rasmussen's attorney to find out the financial arrangements between the old man and his young wife, she stood to inherit $60 million if he died while they were still together. He also tells about one relationship he knows that wife had that resulted in her getting her husband to buy that man a truck. He gives them the name Richard Pencava. Medavoy and Jones talk with Nora Rosenthal, daughter of their victim. The woman suspects that her mother's caregiver Eleanor Jackson, whom the detectives met at the home, is responsible at the very least she suspects Eleanor Jackson of stealing from her mother. The detectives tell that without probable cause they won't be able to get a search warrant. Nora Rosenthal, who is a state Supreme Court judge, tells them who she is and that she knows what it takes to get a warrant. At the retirement home Medavoy and Jones interview one of Olive Rosenthal's fellow residents, Belle. When Enid enters the room, they find out that Belle is angry with Enid for not being upset about the morning's events. Sipowicz and Clark find Richard Pencava and ask him about his relationship with Amy Rasmussen, having found a quantity of cocaine in his possession, they bring him in. Munson has brought in a search warrant for Medavoy and Jones to execute on Eleanor Jackson's home. Clark wants to know if Munson is available for lunch, but she can't make it because she is scheduled to have lunch with her father. She suggests that he join them, only so that it doesn't become another career counseling session for her. Bale wants to know if Sipowicz has thought about what he wants to do after his promotion. Sipowicz hadn't considered it, but when Bale suggests that he can make a call to see if Sipowicz can be retained on patrol he is agreeable to that circumstance. Sipowicz and Clark begin their interview of Richard Pencava; they want to know why he was seeing Amy Rasmussen. He tells them about a building he was hoping that Amy could help him purchase. Seeing an opportunity Pencava suggests that the cocaine charges might be dropped against him if he testifies against Amy Rasmussen, who he implies may have wanted her husband dead. Eleanor Jackson is interviewed by Jones and Medavoy and she tells them that she was given most of those items by the victim. She only admits to taking a bracelet, and that was only after she had been yelled at on the phone by Nora Rosenthal, a woman who barely seemed to care for her mother. She only visited about once a month. At lunch, Munson and Clark listen as her father does what she hoped to avoid, offer her career advice. It causes her discomfort and she leaves the table. The toxicology screen comes back on Olive Rosenthal; she was killed by the same drugs used by veterinarians to euthanize pets. Amy Rasmussen is brought in for questioning and she tells them about her relationship with Richard Pencava, but she also tells them about her past as a strung out call girl and how she met her husband and fell in love with the man who helped her get rehabilitated. Clark doesn't believe Amy Rasmussen is guilty, but Sipowicz thinks he might be thinking with a different head. Clark suggests that they talk to the victim's brother, to investigate the trust angle. Owen Munson comes into the squad with an offer for Clark; he offers him the possibility for some bodyguard work that would pay $1000 day. Clark tells him depending on what is going on here at work, he will consider the offer. Jones and Medavoy want a warrant to search Enid's room at the retirement home, it turns out she is a retired veterinarian. Sipowicz and Clark find their victim's brother, Jerry Rasmussen at an OTB. He tells them about his relationship with his brother, and his brother's first wife. He talks about the secretary and the only time she was ever nice to him when just after the death of his brother's first wife. He had the impression that she thought she was first in line to marry her boss. Amy came into the picture less than a year later. Jones and Medavoy interview Enid, and she tells them that she was tired of making adjustments, that Olive was a needy thing who took her friend Belle away from her. She wanted things to go back to the way they were before Olive arrived. Sipowicz gets a call; he tells everyone that he is going to be retained on patrol at the 15th. Munson arrives and Clark tells her about her father's visit and offer that he was considering. She tells him that her father is only doing this to manipulate her with his own agenda, which likely doesn't include her going out with someone like Clark. Despite knowing that Enid was guilty of killing her mother, Nora Rosenthal still wants to press charges against Eleanor Jackson, but the detectives and Bale convince her otherwise. Sipowicz and Clark go back to talk with Judith Howell, who shows them a scrapbook she has made of Hugh Rasmussen's career. They go over her timeline and indicate to her that they know she was at the Rasmussen home an hour before she said she arrived. They press her about the fact that she didn't get the reward for her years of dedicated service, loyalty and sacrifice. She tells them about Rasmussen's plan to make some changes, if she couldn't be civil to his wife, which pushed her into smothering him to death. Clark tells Amy Rasmussen about Judith Howell's guilt and that Richard Pencava was ready to send her away if he could deal his way out of the cocaine charge. Sipowicz gets into his dress blues and proceeds downstairs to the lobby, where all the members of the 15th precinct salute him.moreless
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