Robbery Homicide Division

Season 1 Episode 6

In/Famous

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Aired Friday 10:00 PM Nov 01, 2002 on CBS
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The body of a well-known talent manager turns up in his swimming pool the morning after a big bash is thrown in his honor, but no one at the scene wants to talk to RHD.

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    Barry Shabaka Henley

    Barry Shabaka Henley

    Sgt. Alfred "Dr. Death" Simms

    David Cubitt

    David Cubitt

    Det. Richard Barstow

    Michael Paul Chan

    Michael Paul Chan

    Det. Ron Lu

    Klea Scott

    Klea Scott

    Det. Sonia Robbins

    Tom Sizemore

    Tom Sizemore

    Lt. Sam "L.T." Cole

    Joanna Pacula

    Joanna Pacula

    Trisha Sandifer

    Guest Star

    Brianna Brown

    Brianna Brown

    Jules Azar/Pony

    Guest Star

    Bill Smitrovich

    Bill Smitrovich

    Howard Castman

    Guest Star

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      • Guest star Bill Smitrovich was a regular cast member of Michael Mann's earlier TV series, Crime Story.

      • Coincidentally, a Mitsubishi car commercial also utilizing the song "Breathe" was aired during the third commercial break of this episode. It had been in heavy rotation for a few weeks prior.

      • The character of Greg Caton was originally called Greg Nelson, and Trisha Sandifer was originally called Trisha Keane (and is still so named in Universal's synopsis).

      • During the scene in which Barstow is showing the photos of Zoglin to Cole, after Cole says "Yeah? And?," the following line "Dude was connected. It's People magazine up here" appears in the closed captioning. It was removed from the soundtrack, leaving an awkward pause where it used to be.

      • Music: "Breathe" by Telepopmusik; "People So Strange" by Tommy Lee; "Genetic World" by Telepopmusik; "Shiny Disco Balls" by Who Da Funk; "Trans Fatty Acid" by Lamb

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