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|←||CI, Episode 1.10||→|
|Production number: E2107|
First aired: 9 December 2001
| Written By|
John David Coles
Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the death of an elderly and paranoid banker after an arsonist sets his building ablaze.
- Vincent D'Onofrio as Detective Robert Goren
- Kathryn Erbe as Detective Alexandra Eames
- Jamey Sheridan as Captain James Deakins
- Courtney B. Vance as A.D.A. Ron Carver
- Lothaire Bluteau as Rick Zainer
- Laila Robins as Kit Sternman
- David Aaron Baker as Edward Sternman
- Tom Aldredge as Attorney George Knowles
- George Martin as Harry Sternman
- Don Creech as Colin Flynn
- Sean Gullette as Ken Christopher
- Wai Ching Ho as Jane Yu
- Ayelet Kaznelson as Louise Zainer
- Marilyn Matarrese as Sandy Liston
- B.J. Jones as Berger
- Caprice Benedetti as Irene
- Peter Jay Fernandez as Attorney A.R. Cabezas
- Frank Senger as Palnick
- Amy Korb as Waitress
- Chiara Mangiameli as Aricelli
- Lizzy Davis as Operator
- Tyna Tyler as Secretary
- Bill Walsh as Fireman
- Ty Copeman as Counselor (uncredited)
- David Chandler as unknown
- Greg Zittel as unknown
- Peter Maloney as unknown
- Alexandra Eames: The only way Edward can sell that building is if the old man cleared out.
- James Deakins: So they burn him out. I'll have to remember this the next time my mother-in-law comes for a visit.
- Alexandra Eames: AA meeting book, there're meetings marked off. If I were in this family, I'd probably drink too.
- Robert Goren: It's the perfect prescription for paranoia.
- Kit Sternman: Harry and I had a very healthy sex life.
- Robert Goren: Hmm... arthritic, diabetic 68-year-old Harry with the bad... ticker?
- Robert Goren: It's brilliant! Between us, it's the perfect crime.
- Alexandra Eames: Firebug, firebug fly away home...
Background information and notes
- Performers Lothaire Bluteau, Laila Robins, and George Martin are all familiar faces. They played several characters in other series from the franchise.
- The episode title is in reference to the paranoia of the episode's first victim, who sought to protect himself from enemies outside of his hotel. Ironically, everyone who played a part in his demise lived or worked within the hotel. Even more ironically, had the victim not taken the extreme precautions he had, he would have survived. In a way, he was his own enemy.
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