Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Season 3 Episode 13

Pas de Deux

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Feb 15, 2004 on USA



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • (Looking at a briefcase hidden in a trash can.)
      Alex Eames: I'm gonna get the bomb guys.
      Robert Goren: (reaching into the trash can) There's an ID tag on the handle.
      (Eames takes a deep breath, closes her eyes and puts her hand over her face.)
      Robert Goren: (reading the tag) It's B&C Copier Systems. Ernie Dominguez.
      Alex Eames: (uncovers her eyes so she can see the tag) It's so nice to be back.

    • (Talking about how a bomb was made.)
      Detective: He packed black powder into a used ink cartridge.
      Eames: He recycles. What a good boy.

    • (Eames goes through the bomb victim's closet.)
      Alex Eames: Four black pants, four white shirts, three ties... clip-ons.
      Robert Goren: In case they get caught in the rollers of the copier. He's careful.
      Alex Eames: He should've worn a clip-on bomb.

    • Donald DePalma: (to his lawyer, about the detectives) Must've got lost on a doughnut run.
      Robert Goren: (entering the interrogation room) I heard that.

    • Alex Eames: (about Marjorie Timmons) Right height, right build...
      Robert Goren: ...and she follows you wherever you lead her.

    • Robert Goren: (to Marjorie Timmons) Who are you waiting for, Prince Charming or Valiant?

  • Notes

    • This turned out to be Charles Rocket's final broadcast television role; he committed suicide in 2005 at the age of 56.

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic – "Tanec smrti" (Dance of death)

    • Although this episode does include a crime that would be investigated by the real Major Case squad (a bank robbery), the majority of the investigation revolves around murder and trying to stop a bombing (which in real life, would be covered by several other departments).

    • This episode aired an hour later than usual.

  • Allusions

    • This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of the Brian Wells situation back in August of 2003. Before he died, the 46-year-old deliveryman told authorities he had been forced to rob the bank by someone who locked the collar containing a bomb around his neck. Police who surrounded Wells after he robbed the bank were waiting for a bomb squad when the device detonated killing him.

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