Law & Order: Criminal Intent (season 6)
|Law & Order: Criminal Intent|
Season 6 U.S. DVD cover
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||22|
|Original release||September 19, 2006– May 21, 2007|
This season of Law & Order: CI premiered in the NBC Tuesday 9/8c time slot as a lead-in for episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit; NBC had acquired the rights to Sunday Night Football for the 2006–2007 season. For its first six airings, it faced CBS's The Unit and baseball on Fox. In late October, Fox's hit series House moved opposite L&O: CI. It was hoped that the show could maintain second position, beating the then-marginal The Unit, but that did not occur.
The show's ratings suffered a steep drop and it regularly finished fourth in its time slot. By the end of the season, Law & Order: CI saw its lowest ratings ever on NBC, the episodes "Endgame" and "Renewal" being shifted to originally air on Monday nights.
This is the last season the original hard rock theme song was used in the opening sequence before changing to the fast-paced theme song of the now-defunct related series Law & Order: Trial by Jury – coinciding with the show's move to USA Network in Fall 2007.
Cast and crew changes
It was announced that Jamey Sheridan wanted to depart the cast at the end of the fifth season. Sheridan's Captain Deakins retires from the Major Case Squad starting with the episode "On Fire," rather than battle a conspiracy to frame him instigated by former Chief of Detectives Frank Adair (Michael Rispoli), whom Major Case detectives have arrested for killing a female acquaintance and her husband. Courtney B. Vance who portrayed Assistant District Attorney Ron Carver decided not to renew his contract at the end of the fifth season, which resulted in his character being written out. It was the same with Annabella Sciorra, who portrayed Mike Logan's partner Detective Barek; there were no reasons cited for Sciorra's departure.
Stars Vincent D'Onofrio, Kathryn Erbe, and Chris Noth returned for the sixth season as Eric Bogosian joined the cast as Captain Daniel Ross, Deakins' successor, who is a more by-the-book commanding officer, often getting in conflict with Detectives Goren and Logan. Julianne Nicholson also joined the cast as Detective Megan Wheeler, replacing Carolyn Barek as Logan's partner. Nicholson left the series temporarily to go on maternity leave at the end of the season.
Show runner René Balcer and executive producer Fred Berner left the show at the end of season five, Balcer and Berner returning to the original Law & Order series, it slowly falling in the ratings. CI was handed off to Warren Leight, a longtime Criminal Intent staffer. Under Leight's leadership, the show acquired a new, more melodramatic tone. "This is a different CI this season – there will be politics and more at stake emotionally and personally for our detectives," says Warren Leight, "We'll see more character-oriented stories, we want to give characters a larger role going forward and see the effect and sense the toll this job takes on the officers. Detective Goren isn't always going to be the smartest guy in the room anymore."
The mystery aspect of the show was simplified in favor of more personal stories involving the detectives. For example, Goren endured his mother's long battle with cancer, culminating with her death in the episode "Endgame." Also, Logan's anger issues often come and go in episodes like "Maltese Cross," "Flipped," and "Renewal." The show's look and editing style also changed in an effort to attract viewers of the newer CSI franchise. Norberto Barba replaced Fred Berner as executive producer. The scene cards and sound effect were not used in this season; they were brought back as of the ninth season.
- Vincent D'Onofrio as Detective Robert Goren - alternating with Chris Noth (Episodes 1, 3, 5–6, 8, 12–13, 15, 18–19, 21)
- Kathryn Erbe as Detective Alexandra Eames - alternating with Julianne Nicholson (Main credit episodes 1, 3, 5–6, 8, 12–13, 15, 18–19, 21, Recurring credit episode 22)
- Chris Noth as Detective Mike Logan - alternating with Vincent D'Onofrio (Episodes 2, 4, 7, 9–11, 14, 16–17, 20, 22)
- Julianne Nicholson as Detective Megan Wheeler - alternating with Kathryn Erbe (Episodes 2, 4, 7, 9–11, 14, 16–17, 20, 22)
- Eric Bogosian as Captain Danny Ross
note: some episodes aired in an order different from "production code" order, resulting in consecutive weeks of Goren/Eames or Logan/Wheeler
- Leslie Hendrix as Chief Medical Examiner Elizabeth Rodgers
- Theresa Randle as Assistant District Attorney Patricia Kent
- Geneva Carr as News Reporter Faith Yancy
- Tony Goldwyn as Frank Goren
- Bridget Regan as Assistant District Attorney Claudia Shankly
- Neal Jones as Chief of Detectives Bradshaw
Martha Plimpton guest stars in the season premiere episode "Blind Spot" as Jo Gage, the serial killing daughter of Detective Goren's former mentor, Dr. Declan Gage, who is portrayed by John Glover. Plimpton's cousin, Ever Carradine, guest stars in the later episode, "Bombshell."
In "Siren Call," Brooke Shields portrays Kelly Sloane-Raines, a rich supermodel whose husband is believed to be involved in the murder of a small-town police officer's daughter.
Rip Torn guest stars as Jules Copeland in "Bedfellows," the wealthy and snide father of a wealthy and prominent historian.
Liza Minnelli guest stars as Beth Harner, a grieving mother who might get closure as a suspect is found that might have been involved in her daughter's brutal murder on Halloween night in the 1990s. The episode "Masquerade" revealed many resemblances to the case of JonBenét Ramsey, a six-year-old girl made famous by her unsolved murder and subsequent media coverage.
Fran Drescher and Michael Biehn portray Elaine and Leland Dockerty, a couple whose military daughter disappears over Thanksgiving after she comes home from a tour of duty. Leland Dockerty was the Deputy Commissioner of the NYPD. Rita Moreno also guest stars in "The War at Home" as Detective Robert Goren's mother, Frances, who has fallen ill from dealing with her cancer; she later returns in the Goren/Eames team season finale episode "Endgame," where she succumbs to her cancer shortly after Goren brings up his paternity.
Matt Keeslar guest stars in "Blasters" as TV celebrity Willie "Kirk" Tunis, whose old screen friend is murdered by some mobsters.
Michelle Trachtenberg portrays Lisa Willow Tyler in "Weeping Willow," a girl who is kidnapped during the middle of her web show broadcast. The story and the WeepingWillow17 character were inspired by the lonelygirl15 video blogs on YouTube, which were originally believed to be the works of a real-life 15-year-old blogger, but were eventually discovered to be a professionally filmed hoax.
Maulik Pancholy plays Dani Hasni in the episode "World's Fair," where his younger sister is initially believed to have been murdered as the victim of a hate crime. The detectives later discover that Dani was the one who committed the murder because she shamed their family.
Doris Roberts guest stars as Virginia Harrington, the ill mother of an aristocratic New York family; she almost dies until Detectives Goren and Eames discover she's been mistreated by her family.
In "Albatross," Donna Murphy and Xander Berkeley guest star as George and Maureen Pagolis, a political couple that has some involvement in the murder of a judge during a reenactment of the Alexander Hamilton/Aaron Burr duel. Mike Colter also guest stars as the Pagolis's driver, Dave Oldren.
Fab Five Freddy guest stars in the opening of the episode "Flipped" as rapper Fulla-T who is killed on the streets. Kirk "Sticky Fingaz" Jones portrays gang-unit Detective Harry Williams, who quickly turns from lead investigator to lead suspect in Fulla-T's murder. Aunjanue Ellis portrays Carmen Rivera, the girlfriend of Fulla-T who refuses to "snitch" to the police on who killed him.
Tony Goldwyn guest stars in "Brother's Keeper" as Detective Goren's brother Frank, who is first seen homeless, and possibly high, on the streets; Goren gives him his coat and a few dollars. Goldwyn returns in the Goren/Eames finale episode "Endgame" where their mother Frances is still suffering from cancer.
Lee Tergesen guest stars as Josh Lemle, an old friend of Detective Logan's who is a popular journalist. It is discovered that someone used Polonium-210 to poison Lemle, but he is reluctant to reveal the whole story to Logan because not all of it is pretty. John Dossett portrays Judge Nicholas Fenner Sr.; his son is murdered as soon as he put a rapper whom his son idolized in prison.
Bill O'Brien guest stars in "Silencer" as Detective Peter Lyons, a detective who can read sign language and translate it into spoken words.
Tate Donovan guest stars in "Rocket Man" as Commander Luke Nelson, the professional rival and ex-boyfriend of a murdered astronaut with whom he was having an affair.
In "Bombshell," Kristy Swanson portrays Lorelai Mailer, a woman whose son dies after she gives birth, only to die herself days later; the case becomes a homicide investigation that seems to involve the paternity of the newborn. The episode revealed many resemblances with the deaths of Anna Nicole Smith and her son Daniel Wayne Smith, which, like this episode, is a story with characters motivated by the misadventures of rich and famous people.
Roy Scheider guest stars as serial killer Mark Ford Brady in "Endgame;" Goren becomes irritable as he deals with Brady's near-end confessions and his mother's (Rita Moreno) cancer, but it turns out the two are connected. Mark Linn-Baker returns briefly as Wally Stevens, as an unwitting conduit between Goren and Brady, who is in the same penitentiary.
In the season finale "Renewal," Kelli Williams guest stars as Logan's neighbor and possible girlfriend, Holly Lauren. But when she turns up dead, it drives Logan mad to the point where he stops focusing on the case at hand—a police recruit's murder—and focuses instead on Lauren's death, which may have possibly been a suicide.
Brooke Tansley guest stars as Belle Duffy, a girl who follows in Nicole Wallace's (Olivia d'Abo, who doesn't appear in the episode) footsteps. Kathryn Erbe (Detective Alex Eames) guest stars in the episode to help Detective Wheeler close the police recruit's murder case.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|112||1||"Blind Spot"||Norberto Barba||Teleplay by: Charlie Rubin|
Story by: Charlie Rubin & Warren Leight
|September 19, 2006||06001||11.57|
In the season premiere episode, Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the death of a former ambassador's daughter, who is found brutally murdered in her uptown home. When another murder bears eerie similarities to a serial murder case from the past, Goren's reclusive mentor, Declan Gage (John Glover), arrives at the precinct with the theory the killer is the same one that Gage wrecked his career trying to catch. However when Goren receives taunts from the killer after kidnapping Eames, Goren struggles to keep in control while also confronting the possibility that his mentor or someone else close to him might have taken Eames.
|113||2||"Tru Love"||Norberto Barba||Teleplay by: Diana Son|
Story by: Diana Son & Warren Leight
|September 26, 2006||06004||10.61|
Detectives Logan and Wheeler investigate the case of a womanising plastic surgeon, who died as a result of a motorcycle accident. The apparent accident takes a turn when the motorcycle is found sabotaged, but further evidence leads the team to realize the victim had an illicit affair with his son's high-school teacher (Anne Dudek). At first, the detectives believe the jealous husband seems the most likely suspect, but they soon become suspicious of the victim's son Keith (Anton Yelchin). A slight twist is introduced towards the end, only to find out that everyone involved in the case had a reason to commit the crime. The question is, who? And why?
|114||3||"Siren Call"||Frank Prinzi||Teleplay by: Julie Martin|
Story by: Julie Martin & Warren Leight
|October 3, 2006||06005||12.18|
|Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the brutal murder of a teenage girl from The Hamptons, found dead in her car in Queens after a night of partying. The detectives probe the uneasy family relationships concerning the murdered teen's stepfather, a local police officer who has had to deal with his rebellious daughter, all the while trying to protect his youngest child and his dying wife. Nevertheless, the discovery of cell phone records soon deflects the team's investigation in another direction, leading them to investigate the victim's married boss, a supermodel's husband, who had maintained an extramarital affair for a long time with the victim. But when yet another supposed lover comes forward, their attention turns to a different source, while resistance from the local police complicates the investigation. Eventually it is revealed that the victim's stepfather, a cop, murdered her because of the stress the victim's wild antics was causing her dying mother, who has cancer. Ultimately, her killer decides to kill Goren and then himself, knowing that if he kills himself before he's charged, his wife will get his pension. Goren manages to disarm him, but as he's taken into custody, he grabs an officer's gun and kills himself in front of the police and his horrified family.|
|115||4||"Maltese Cross"||Jim McKay||Jacquelyn Reingold||October 10, 2006||06006||11.47|
|Detectives Logan and Wheeler investigate when a fireman is stabbed 22 times and collapses after managing to drive himself to the fire station. The ensuing investigation and questioning launches them into a brawl with the fire department, leading to a hearing before the Commissioner for Logan and Wheeler. The storyline arcs back to the fight as Logan and Wheeler retell their story to the Commissioner, giving perspective to the fight and underlying issues between the NYPD and the FDNY. The brawl proves to be a red herring and it appears the crime was perpetrated by a possible repeat killer when an identical murder twelve years prior comes to light. Questions arise concerning the victim's sexual orientation, followed by an official inquiry and a secret involving his wife, a colleague, and a hate crime someone else confessed to years earlier.|
|116||5||"Bedfellows"||Frank Prinzi||Teleplay by: Stephanie Sengupta|
Story by: Julie Martin, Stephanie Sengupta & Warren Leight
|October 17, 2006||06003||10.99|
|Detectives Goren and Eames investigate a 911 call made by the son of a wealthy and prominent historian, stating to the 911 operator that his parents will not wake up. The detectives arrive and find the man poisoned, with his wife still clinging to his corpse. At first, the death appears to be an accident, until Goren and Eames look below the surface. First, they look at the gardener, with whom the wife had been cheating. But he was cleared due to his multiple other affairs with his clients' wives during the time period. Then the finger turns to the victim's wife who goes into a mental breakdown. Her brother-in-law and father-in-law (who hate her due to her past) clear her by claiming that she can't stay clean long enough to go through with serious plans like that. The finger of suspicion soon points to the victim's brother, an irresponsible man who was perpetually short of money, on the edge of losing everything and who had recently been cut off by his sibling. Nevertheless, when he is also found dead, the detectives turn their attention to the two men's wives, both of whom had multiple reasons to want the brothers dead. Rip Torn guest stars.|
|117||6||"Masquerade"||Christine Moore||Teleplay by: Gina Gionfriddo|
Story by: Gina Gionfriddo & Warren Leight
|October 31, 2006||06007||8.47|
|Detectives Goren and Eames travel to Vietnam to bring back a suspect to New York for trial, who has confessed to the long-unsolved murder of a child beauty queen. Nevertheless, Goren finds the suspect's confession to be too predictable, even though it mentions facts only known to the police and the child's immediate family. The investigation reveals that the dead child's mother (Liza Minnelli), their next-door-neighbor (who has been making money off the murder with several books), as well as the next-door-neighbor's son all have possible motive for the murder. It is also revealed that the original investigation, fourteen years earlier, was botched by a rookie investigator. Adding to the drama is a new ADA who is pushing for a quick resolution to the long-cold case.|
|118||7||"Country Crossover"||Bill L. Norton||Teleplay by: Gina Gionfriddo|
Story by: Gina Gionfriddo & Warren Leight
|November 7, 2006||06002||7.39|
|Detectives Logan and Wheeler investigate when a prominent music producer dies outside his recording studio, apparently killed by a drunk driver. At first, the detectives believe that the victim might have been murdered for reasons connected to his career, but soon they begin to suspect it was due to a romantic liaison. As the investigation continues, business partners, disgruntled clients and close friends are all suspects with different motives. The list of suspects include a socially ambitious young singer who may have been having an affair with the victim, her jealous husband, an eccentric bouncer who is aspiring to be a rap star, and a disreputable nightclub owner. Finally, Captain Ross begins to take a closer look inside the case through the likely suspects until the team pick up a thread to a very unlikely one.|
|119||8||"The War at Home"||Darnell Martin||Teleplay by: Diana Son|
Story by: Julie Martin, Diana Son & Warren Leight
|November 14, 2006||06009||9.14|
|Detectives Goren and Eames are called to investigate when the daughter of the first deputy commissioner of the NYPD goes missing on Thanksgiving holiday. The investigation takes a turn for the worse when the young woman, a soldier and Iraq war veteran, is discovered slain and tossed in a solitary place. Her murder appears to be terror-related until detectives look below the surface. Meanwhile, Goren struggles with a personal crisis when his ailing mother, Frances (whom we see for the first time in the series), is in a hospital being treated for cancer and paranoid behavior, which causes him to lose his temper and have an eventual meltdown in front of Detective Eames and Captain Ross. Fran Drescher guest stars.|
|120||9||"Blasters"||Constantine Makris||Teleplay by: Charlie Rubin|
Story by: Charlie Rubin & Warren Leight
|November 21, 2006||06008||9.26|
|When the body of former teen star Alvin Stevens is found about to be buried in Potter's Field, Logan and Wheeler try to find out who would have motive to murder the young man that Wheeler's generation affectionately remembers as lovable geek Skater. Their investigation soon leads them to bootleg DVDs, the Albanian mob, and another child star who never moved on with his life.|
|121||10||"Weeping Willow"||Tom DiCillo||Teleplay by: Stephanie Sengupta|
Story by: Stephanie Sengupta & Warren Leight
|November 28, 2006||06010||9.76|
|After popular on-line vlogger Willow (Michelle Trachtenberg) is kidnapped during a live broadcast, Logan and Wheeler investigate the crime that they doubt may have ever occurred. As they attempt to track down the real identities of Willow, her boyfriend Holden, and the kidnappers, someone ups the ante by asking for an online ransom for the couple, demanding fans go to a website to save the duo. The investigation takes a turn when a former classmate of Holden's shares a screenplay he wrote about a cyber kidnapping that is eerily similar to the weepingwillow17 saga.|
|122||11||"World's Fair"||Steve Shill||Teleplay by: Jacquelyn Reingold|
Story by: Julie Martin, Jacquelyn Reingold & Warren Leight
|January 2, 2007||06012||13.38|
|Detectives Logan and Wheeler investigate the murder of a young Pakistani-American female college student, found slain in front of the Unisphere, which sparks racial violence between her family and that of her Italian-American boyfriend. During the investigation, Logan and Wheeler learn the victim had a passionate, wholehearted relationship with her boyfriend, as she was pregnant with their child and wanted to marry him. Unfortunately, her parents had already planned an arranged marriage for ethnic reasons, and the boyfriend's mother denigrated her family origins and did not want her son being forced into a marriage with someone from overseas. At first, the detectives question the man she was secretly dating, as well as both his and the victim's disapproving relatives, until they find a cultural and psychological component that is crucial to putting a bulletproof case together, as the case could go beyond race and become a matter of family honor.|
|123||12||"Privilege"||Jean de Segonzac||Warren Leight, Julie Martin & Siobhan Byrne O'Connor||January 9, 2007||06013||11.78|
|Detectives Goren and Eames investigate when a reporter and her date, who teaches yoga, are both found brutally murdered in her apartment. As they delve into the case, they discover that one of the victims is the granddaughter of a prominent wealthy socialite, bedridden with illness, and a former member of an aristocratic family from New York. Goren and Eames zero in on the married father of the victim's 18-month-old daughter, but as they dig deeper, the detectives determine whether the crime was affiliated with deep-rooted family issues, both past and present. (See also: Brooke Astor#Elder abuse controversy)|
|124||13||"Albatross"||Frank Prinzi||Teleplay by: Marsha Norman|
Story by: Marsha Norman & Warren Leight
|February 6, 2007||06011||8.81|
|Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the death of a respected judge killed during a historical reenactment of the Burr–Hamilton duel in front of Captain Ross. During the investigation, Goren and Eames turn their suspicion to the judge's dueling partner, a prominent politician's corrupt, womanizing husband, who is a married to a candidate for the next New York mayoral elections. Though this man has not completely been eliminated as a suspect, he offers an alibi that reveals that he was the actual target of the hit. As they probe further and deeper into the crime, Goren and Eames sift through the likely suspects until they pick up a thread to a very unlikely one.|
|125||14||"Flipped"||Jim McKay||Teleplay by: Charles Kipps|
Story by: Charles Kipps & Warren Leight
|February 13, 2007||06014||8.50|
|Detectives Logan and Wheeler investigate the murder of a young hip-hop artist, shot to death while leaving a radio station after finishing an interview and debuting his latest hit song. During the investigation, the detectives learn the victim was encouraging his fans to report crimes when they heard about them. They later interview the one witness found on the scene, who reveals them he is an undercover detective whose task force specializes in crimes within the rap world. He also warns them to watch themselves. Then, Logan and Wheeler decide to team up with the man, but when he starts helping them out, witnesses turn up dead. When the case become more complex the pair begin to suspect their new colleague is working on the wrong side of the law.|
|126||15||"Brother's Keeper"||Ken Girotti||Teleplay by: Marsha Norman|
Story by: Marsha Norman & Warren Leight
|February 20, 2007||06015||9.39|
|Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the case of a well-known televangelist's wife, found murdered after a rally. At first, the murder appears to be connected a blackmail attempt. Further investigation leads them to the discovery of a mysterious DVD, and a seedy relationship between the televangelist and a hustler that may have contributed to the crime. Meanwhile, Goren finds his investigation hampered by personal issues regarding his ailing mother, who is in critical condition, and the appearance of Frank, his troubled brother, who has a drug problem.|
|127||16||"30"||Andrei Belgrader & Jean de Segonzac||Teleplay by: Charlie Rubin|
Story by: Charlie Rubin & Warren Leight
|February 27, 2007||06016||9.26|
|Detectives Logan and Wheeler investigate when Josh Lemle, a reporter friend who had backed Logan after he had gotten himself exiled years earlier, comes to Major Case to report his own murder. Logan agrees to help his friend find out who used polonium-210 to poison him, but Lemle is reluctant to reveal the whole story to Logan because not all of it is pretty. Both Hazmat and the FBI get involved as the search turns city-wide, with both the mayor and Homeland Security wanting answers.|
|128||17||"Players"||Tom DiCillo||Teleplay by: Peter Blauner|
Story by: Peter Blauner & Warren Leight
|March 27, 2007||06018||8.85|
|Detectives Logan and Wheeler investigate the murder of a judge's son, found shot to death, shortly after the notorious rap artist Calvin "Apokalypto" Liscomb is sentenced in court. At first, the detectives turn their suspicion to the musician's environment, but soon realize the crime may have more to do with the victim's close relationships, including a son of the judge's best friend, only to establish that somebody that they put away may have had him killed for revenge. Meanwhile, Wheeler learns that her long-lost father may still be alive, and that he could be involved in some shady business practices.|
|129||18||"Silencer"||Dean White||Teleplay by: Marygrace O'Shea|
Story by: Marygrace O'Shea & Warren Leight
|April 3, 2007||06017||7.14|
|Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the murder of an esteemed ear surgeon found slain in his office. During the investigation, Goren and Eames learn the victim had testified in a case involving a controversial cochlear implant and members of the radical deaf community. The detectives soon turn their attention to another doctor who had implanted this electronic device on a baby, who contracted an infection and died as a result of the surgery. Though this doctor has not completely been eliminated as a suspect, he offers an alibi that prompts Goren and to team up with a detective who interprets for the hard of hearing, as they try to get to the bottom of a case in which no one seems willing to communicate with them.|
|130||19||"Rocket Man"||Michael Smith||Teleplay by: Siobhan Byrne O'Connor|
Story by: Julie Martin, Siobhan Byrne O'Connor & Warren Leight
|May 1, 2007||06019||7.36|
|Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the death of a female astronaut who is found murdered in her hotel room on the morning of a press conference to promote an upcoming shuttle launch. The investigation leads Goren and Eames to a jealous colleague, her shuttle commander, and her flight trainer. When a potential love triangle appears to be the explanation, Goren and Eames find themselves wondering if an outside influence may be to blame.|
|131||20||"Bombshell"||Darnell Martin||Teleplay by: Brant Englestein|
Story by: Julie Martin & Warren Leight
|May 8, 2007||06020||6.94|
|A woman (Kristy Swanson) who married a billionaire winds up dead under mysterious circumstances shortly after her son dies. Detectives Logan and Wheeler investigate when the adult son of a former stripper/model and a famous billionaire father is found dead of a methadone/anti-depressant overdose during the taping of a reality show. The case turns out to have a few holes when the mother of the victim dies, leading both detectives to fear for her baby's safety once they believe that someone has taken her child. (See also: Daniel Wayne Smith).|
|132||21||"Endgame"||Jean de Segonzac||Teleplay by: Kate Rorick, Julie Martin & Warren Leight|
Story by: Kate Rorick & Warren Leight
|May 14, 2007||06021||7.20|
As death row prisoner Mark Ford Brady (Roy Scheider) nears his end, he asks to see Detective Goren in hopes of extending his sentence, and leads him to hidden scrapbooks which chronicle unsolved cases and victims. When Detectives Eames and Goren uncover the identities of the women and victims in Brady's scrapbooks, they come across a familiar picture: it is of Goren's mother, Frances (Rita Moreno). Through the help of his older brother, Frank (Tony Goldwyn), Goren learns a troubling secret about his mother and her relationship with Brady, including time they spent together nine months before Goren was born. Goren's mother dies in hospice, and his possible father is executed, the same week.
|133||22||"Renewal"||Norberto Barba||Teleplay by: Jacquelyn Reingold|
Story by: Jacquelyn Reingold & Warren Leight
|May 21, 2007||06022||8.85|
A police recruit who was named a hero after breaking up a bodega robbery is found murdered soon afterward. Detectives Logan and Wheeler initially suspect it had something to do with the recruit's heroism, but then they discover his girlfriend has suddenly gone missing. Meanwhile, Detective Logan goes on a date with a pretty woman he met from his building, but he gets too close to a case when she stands him up for the second date and is found dead nearby. Detective Wheeler is called abroad to oversee a past case she worked on while with the joint task force, and Detective Eames (Kathryn Erbe) steps in to help out.
|List of Law & Order: Criminal Intent episodes||Succeeded by|
- "A Member of the Major Case Squad Is Kidnapped on NBC's 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent's' Season Debut". The Futon Critic (NBC). September 12, 2006. Retrieved January 1, 2012.
- "Episode Guide: Blind Spot". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. September 26, 2006. Archived from the original on March 29, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Tru Love". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. October 3, 2006. Archived from the original on March 14, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Siren Call". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. October 10, 2006. Archived from the original on February 17, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Maltese Cross". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. October 17, 2006. Archived from the original on February 29, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Bedfellows". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. October 24, 2006. Archived from the original on March 14, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Masquerade". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. November 7, 2006. Archived from the original on July 19, 2009. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Country Crossover". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. November 14, 2006. Archived from the original on July 30, 2009. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: The War at Home". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. November 21, 2006. Archived from the original on February 17, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Blasters". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. November 28, 2006. Archived from the original on February 29, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Weeping Willow". NBC. Archived from the original on 24 March 2009. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. December 5, 2006. Archived from the original on February 29, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: World's Fair". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. January 9, 2007. Archived from the original on February 29, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Privilege". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. January 17, 2007. Archived from the original on December 31, 2013. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Albatross". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. February 13, 2007. Archived from the original on May 28, 2010. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Flipped". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. February 21, 2007. Archived from the original on May 28, 2010. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Brother's Keeper". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. February 27, 2007. Archived from the original on February 29, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: 30". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. March 6, 2007. Archived from the original on February 29, 2012. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Players". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. April 3, 2007. Archived from the original on June 1, 2009. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Silencer". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
- "Weekly Program Rankings". ABC Medianet. April 10, 2007. Archived from the original on January 7, 2009. Retrieved August 9, 2011.
- "Episode Guide: Rocket Man". NBC. Retrieved 25 February 2009.
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