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Corporate Warriors 

Three cases. A murder during the Feast of San Gennaro with ties to a financial services company. A body sitting upright on a Central Park bench. An apartment fire where a 10-year-old boy dead of smoke inhalation.

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Luke Robertson
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Lisa Kay
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Three cases. A murder during the Feast of San Gennaro with ties to a financial services company. A body sitting upright on a Central Park bench. An apartment fire where a 10-year-old boy dead of smoke inhalation.

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19 October 2005 (USA)  »

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[Detective Taylor explains to Detective Hawkes that a potato chip bag caused the blaze, a known trick for defrauding auto insurance companies]
Dr. Sheldon Hawkes: Who uses snack food to start a fire in an apartment?
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My favorite episode
12 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Corporate Warriors was undoubtedly my favorite episode ever. When i mention it as my favorite i must single out the story-line involving the head of APV (i think thats what it was). A huge corporate company. It's CEO is an intense, confident, good-looking killer. Tony Schiena plays the role of Paul Martin subtly and perfectly. The bar fight at the end was awesome too (i "googled" Schiena after watching the episode and found out that this guy has had a very interesting past. A world champion in karate amongst other things. Impressive). It was also a huge surprise seeing Lori Petty (Point Break) - where has she been? She supplied some good humor in her portrayal of a drunkard bar owner. Thomas Schulze was good too (i personally didn't care too much about that story-line. I found myself waiting for them to get back to the Corporate Warriors story). Gary Sinise, well! One of the finest actor's in the world does what he needs to do to pull off one of the hottest shows on TV. The new girl, who's part of the team is not bad either. All in all - the best episode so far!!!


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