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Okay, hang on a minute... we don't know he's dead yet. In the final shot of the season finale, he was still in ICU with IV tubes in both arms. He's definitely on the critical list, but is he dead? Can't say for sure.
Lucky for you, I have a 500 GiB server that I use to archive all my TV shows. Here's the ending text:
"How bad was he hurt? Tell me"
*profuse crying and cuts to a scene of him dead*
*she cries over her dead husband's non-breathing body*
Swell. Her relationship with her husband was a refreshing change from all the dysfunctional relationships that seem to dominate the airwaves. I've also heard that the focus will be shifting away from the "suburbia, crime next door" kind of cases. Which is what made this series unique in the first place. Shift the focus to big-city crime and we'll have just another legal drama. I'm not sure I'll want to continue watching. Kilraven 00:49, 14 August 2006 (UTC)
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