Law & Order (1990–2010)
Season
17
Episode
5

Public Service Homicide (20 Oct. 2006)

TV Episode   |  TV-14   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


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Green and Cassady investigate the murder of a child molester exposed on a national television news program.

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22 January 2018 | CeccacciPaolo1977
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| Television acting as judge and jury makes me a little queasy.
A woman noticed the one she was watching on a live TV drama show was her neighbor: he was described as a child molester. The same night before midnight the guy was discovered stabbed to death in his hometown by a delivery guy. Another neighbor had an eight years old daughter, he had no priors but he was in his apartment alone at the time of the murder and he changed his version three times at questioning room. The victim worked in a community service and he was fired some days before due to information brought by the neighbor. Anyway the little daughter witnessed a girl (victim's ex fiancèe, played by Zoe Lister-Jones) confronting the pedophile. Actually she wasn't victim's boyfriend but a girl raped by the pedophile in the past...

This episode show us what live TV shows aren't in the real world: the plot made by this format is always phony, like Big Brother. McCoy and Branch know that, entertainment must be distinguished from reality; McCoy had rather read a good book instead of watching this trash.

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