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Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Season 5 Episode 22

The Good

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM May 14, 2006 on USA
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Episode Summary

Logan and Barek investigate a troubled young man named Kevin Colemar after his parents are found murdered in their suburban home. Kevin initially believes that drug dealers named Big Lennie and Ray-Ray may have done the murders, but Carson Laird, a Nassau cop, soon tricks Kevin, who cannot remember the night in question, into confessing to the murder. It all seems cut and dried, but Logan and Barek just can't shake the feeling that the kid is innocent. Deakins spends his last two weeks on the job preparing for his future.moreless

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  • Better than the previous episode

    The drug angle and the forced confession was good. The reason behind the murder was boring. The wounded soldier not telling anyone why his dad committed the murders was a little far fetched. After what he saw someone killing in cold blood should have been too much for him not to tell.
Keith Nobbs

Keith Nobbs

Kevin Colemar

Guest Star

Kevin Dunn

Kevin Dunn

Det. Carson Laird

Guest Star

Elisabeth Moss

Elisabeth Moss

Rebecca Colemar

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • James Deakins: Wholesome painter whacks his partner. (laughs) I'm gonna miss this job.

    • Mike Logan: What's up?
      James Deakins: Double homicide, Nassau County, husband and wife. (he puts on a bullet-proof vest) Kid's missing, he's got a place uptown. Nassau asked us to take a look.
      Carolyn Barek: And you're coming with us?
      James Deakins: I got two weeks left on this job; I'm gonna have some fun.

    • Attorney Gruber: Can I say something, Detective?
      Carolyn Barek: When my lips stop moving, you can start talking. (to Ray-Ray) This 516 area code, who you know out there?
      Ray-Ray: Nobody, musta dialed wrong. (Logan walks in) This whole thing is a confusion, man.
      Carolyn Barek: Yeah, well, the 516 number on your phone is Kevin Colemar's parent's place in Roslyn.
      Attorney Gruber: Who's this Kevin?
      Carolyn Barek: My lips are still moving Mr Gruber.

    • Mike Logan: Hey Captain… thanks.
      James Deakins: Logan, I'm assigning you that desk. Grab it before the new guy puts somebody else there.

  • NOTES (2)


    • Parts of this episode appear to be ripped from the headlines of the Thomas Kinkade fraud suit. Kinkade, an artist who creates paintings similar to those painted by the story's character Wallace Kenter, was sued by franchisees of his galleries who claimed unfair practices and information withheld cut into or eliminated their profits.