Homicide: Life on the Street

Season 5 Episode 10

Blood Wedding

Aired Friday 10:00 PM Dec 13, 1996 on NBC
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Frank gets his first case as a primary-- unfortunately it is a case that involves the shooting of Danver's fiancée. Danvers is concerned about Frank being the primary and keeps throwing his opinions into the investigation. Danvers changes his perspective on the death penalty and also reflects on his past performance in many of the cases he's tried. Brodie continues to look for housing; the latest place he tried staying was the morgue. Kellerman is discouraged when it appears as though Cox may have only been looking for a one-night stand and nothing more-- so he takes a sick day. Gee takes some time out of his day to have a talk with Kellerman's former partners to see where they stand with him in regard to their testimonies to the grand jury. He also sees the Deputy Commissioner to see what can be done for Kellerman; what he learns instead are some truths about the Gaffney promotion.moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Max Perlich

Max Perlich

J.H. Brodie (season 5, TVM, recurring previously)

Andre Braugher

Andre Braugher

Det. Frank Pembleton (seasons 1-6, TVM)

Kyle Secor

Kyle Secor

Tim Bayliss

Richard Belzer

Richard Belzer

Det. John Munch

Michelle Forbes

Michelle Forbes

Dr. Julianna Cox, CME (1996-1998)

Reed Diamond

Reed Diamond

Det. Mike Kellerman (seasons 4-6)

Al Freeman Jr.

Al Freeman Jr.

Deputy Commissioner James Harris

Guest Star

R. Emery Bright

R. Emery Bright

Julius J. Cummins

Guest Star

Delaine Yates

Delaine Yates

Meryl Hanson

Guest Star

eljko Ivanek

eljko Ivanek

ASA Ed Danvers

Recurring Role

Helen Carey

Helen Carey

Maggie Conroy

Recurring Role

Ralph Tabakin

Ralph Tabakin

Dr. Scheiner

Recurring Role

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