Anyone see this last evening? I cried like a baby at the very end.
I thought it was very realistic that someone like Van Buren stoically holds it together at work, facing (with professionalism) mounting pressures from all sides, and then silently breaks down alone, at home, in the middle of the night. Letting some of it out with her lover. IMO that's the way to convey personal angst for a strong character. Thank you, Mr. Balcer.
I wonder if "her ride" after work was Ernie Hudson (or her son) taking her for Radiation? You shouldn't drive after a treatment, I believe.
Loved how ME Rogers scolded Lupo for almost touching the corpse. Shades of Goren/Rogers. ;D
The crime story was a bit convoluted - too many suspects. So at the end, the perp resolution felt rushed to me. But the story was solid enough.
Last Edit: Dec 12, 2009 10:35:38 GMT -5 by DonnaJo