Killer Instinct

Season 1 Episode 7

Game Over

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Nov 11, 2005 on FOX
out of 10
User Rating
44 votes

By Users

Episode Summary

Game Over
When Lt. Ray Cavanaugh is faced with the possibility that he convicted the wrong person for a crime, he and his team are thrust into the obsessive world of gaming and the deviant way in which players are reenacting murder scenes from their favorite video games.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

No results found.
No results found.
No results found.
  • surprisingly good

    I was surprised at this show. I think it was clever to use the game Grand Theft Auto in its storlyine. The whole episode was a decent ripoff of CSI. I thought it was nice to have real world twist on the standard crime scene. Overall its clear that the show will probably be canced but i must commend it for the decent showing it made last night. It was my first time watching it and I must say that I was pleasantly surprised. Its not absolutely must see tv but when you look at your choices for friday night tv, its a decent one.moreless
Rukiya Bernard

Rukiya Bernard

Eden Cavanaugh

Guest Star

Benita Ha

Benita Ha


Guest Star

Mark Louie

Mark Louie

Officer Lee

Guest Star

Ramon De Ocampo

Ramon De Ocampo

Harry Oka

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • The video game depicted in the show, Murder One: San Francisco is an amalgam of two real life games. The first is obviously Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas which became controversial for it's violence and hidden sexual content unlocked by hackers. The second is 25 to Life a cops and robbers simulator which was controversial for rewarding players points for killing police.

    • The song that played at the end of the episode is called "Different Names For The Same Things" by Death Cab for Cutie and may be found on their newest album Plans.

    • This episode is very similar to the real life events that took place when a then 18 year old shot and killed two cops and one civillian. His motive: he claimed he was inspired by Grand Theft Auto 3, a controversial video game for Playstation 2.

  • QUOTES (0)

  • NOTES (1)


    • The brand of cigarettes in Cavenaugh's desk are Morley, the same brand used by the "Smoking Man" in the X-Files. Both are FOX Shows.