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Law & Order: Criminal Intent Episode: "Reunion"

Season 7, Episode 16
Episode Synopsis: A former groupie who has her own television show is murdered, and the suspects include her assistant, her son, and a well-known musician and his wife. Joan Jett guest stars.
Original Air Date: Jul 13, 2008
Guest Cast David Patrick Kelly: Bo Levy Joan Jett: Sylvia Berg Dana Wheeler-Nicholson: Tanya Black Michael Massee: Jordie Black Noel Fisher: Milo Berg Theresa Randle: ADA Patricia Kent
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Season 7, Episode 16
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Length: 42:59
Aired: 7/13/2008
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"Reunion" Season 7, Episode 16

TV "Rock n' Talk" host Sylvia is found dead in her apartment, and Wheeler and Logan have to weed through the suspects to see who had most to gain by having her dead. Ruled out first is the stealing assistant who ran off with her con ex-boyfriend using a credit card she stole off her bosses dead body when she finally got around to coming over to program the VCR ( "they still makes those?" I know right, Wheeler?). Next they move onto investigating the neighbor, which in a funny little twist leaves Wheeler star-stuck as her favorite musician from her high school days Jordie Black is a good friend of Sylvia's. Jordie and his wife are looking innocent as the wife points the finger on Sylvia's son Milo. Milo the day of her death was just announced to go on tour with Jordie and his old band, which from the looks of it did not make Sylvia too happy. When questioned, Milo seemed to leave out alot of what really happened that last night with his mother, but thanks to Wheeler and Logan's impromptu visit to his apartment they find his lawyer hiding in the closet who spills what the motive could be the newly changed will not in Milo's behalf. At this point I was starting to think Milo might really be Jordie's son As the detectives search for the will and more clues, Milo has a relapse and gets put in the hospital. Also evidence is now popping up against Wheeler's star Jordie Black that he might be involved with teenage boys which was the cause for his "mutual" release as spokesperson for SAYFE. All the evidence was now looking like he was involved with Milo- throwing my theory of father and son out the window, but I wasn't quite ready to give that up yet. They hold Milo, planning to charge him for the crime based on the will theory. Milo is allowed to go spread the ashes of his late mother at a small ceremony by the river. After the ceremony all hell breaks loose as the truths from the last 20 years start unraveling: Jordie's wife not Jordie had been sleeping with Milo. She had no idea he was really Jordie's son until the night of Sylvia's death when Sylvia told her how stupid she was for not even knowing she was sleeping with her own step-son. To shut her up, the wife hit her with the champagne bottle. Jordie of course is disgusted by the news of the affair, and Milo is shocked and betrayed by the news of a father. However in the end it looks like those two will have a new relationship and be okay. Quoteables: "RoadtripPoconocs baby." ~ Logan to Wheeler. "I was a mentor to Milo." ~ Jordie in the interrogation room. "in the bedroom?" ~ Wheeler's reply. "I liked you better when you were in the closet." ~ Logan referring to counsel "Let's make Wheeler's day and let her talk to Jordie." ~ Logan to the Captain. What did you think of tonight's episode? Did you think early on that Milo was the rocker's son too? For more Law & Order: CI, check out our Online Video Guide. -- Edited by Katie Bottner at 07/14/2008 9:43 AM show less
TV “Rock n’ Talk” host Sylvia is found dead in her apartment, and Wheeler and Logan have to weed through the suspects to see who had most to gain by having her dead.Ruled out first is the stealing assistant who ran off with her con ex-boyfriend using a credit card she stole off her bosses dead body when she finally got around to coming over to program the VCR (“they still makes those?” I know right, Wheeler?). Next they move onto investigating the neighbor, which in a funny little twist leaves Wheeler star-stuck as her favorite musician from her high school days Jordie Black is a good friend of Sylvia’s. Jordie and his wife are looking innocent as the wife points the finger on Sylvia’s son Milo. Milo the day of her death was just announced to go on tour with Jordie and his old band, which from the looks of it did not make Sylvia too happy. When questioned, Milo seemed to leave out alot of what really happened that last night with his mother, but th... read more

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Premiered: September 30, 2001, on NBC
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