Blue Murder

Season 2 Episode 5

Missing Persons

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Nov 09, 2001 on Global
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Missing Persons
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Pogue and Oosterhuis investigate the death of Desiree Monroe, a pre-op transsexual who was left beaten to death in an alley. Oosterhuis enjoys ribbing Pogue, who is clearly uncomfortable with the case. Sweet and Castillo investigate a crime-suspected adoption company after finding a dead baby girl and a nearly dead baby boy in a dumpster.moreless

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    Jeremy Ratchford

    Jeremy Ratchford

    Detective Jack Pogue

    Joel Keller

    Joel Keller

    Detective Ed Oosterhuis

    Maria del Mar

    Maria del Mar

    Inspector Victoria Castillo

    Maurice Dean Wint

    Maurice Dean Wint

    Corporal Nathaniel Sweet

    Mimi Kuzyk

    Mimi Kuzyk

    Deputy Chief-of-Police Kay Barrow

    Andre Mayers

    Andre Mayers

    Joaquim Grandison

    Guest Star

    Elizabeth Harpur

    Elizabeth Harpur

     

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    Marija Belic

    Marija Belic

     

    Guest Star

    John Boylan

    John Boylan

    Deputy Chief-of-Police Dave Talbot

    Recurring Role

    David Eisner

    David Eisner

    Dr. Brian Lukowich

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    Roman Podhora

    Roman Podhora

    P.C. Tarver

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      • Jackson Pogue: Any evidence of sexual assault?
        P.C. Brian Cahill: You might want to check that out for yourself, Detective.
        (Pogue checks under the sheet, looks disgusted.)
        Ed Oosterhuis: What?
        Jackson Pogue: She's got a dick, that's what. (to Cahill) Does the victim have a driver's license, Constable?
        P.C. Brian Cahill: It's in her purse, sir.
        Jackson Pogue: Says here she's female.
        Ed Oosterhuis: Well, they're half right.

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