Kathryn Erbe

In The Wee Small Hours
Original Air Date 6 Nov '05




The episode title is a reference to both - the time the murder were committed, as well as to one of Sinatra's albums.

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Goren, Logan, and two of the suspects are Sinatra buffs. In one scene, Logan interprets a piece of evidence in the context of Sinatra's work, while in the squadroom, Goren interprets a similar piece of evidence the exact same way. Logan walks in just as Goren is giving an explanation to Eames and finishes his sentence.

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10 comments:

  1. I loved the interaction between Vincent & Logan in this one.Vincent is HOT HOT HOT

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  2. Lovely interview with Kathryn. ITWSH has to be one of my favourites.

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  3. One of best LOCI episodes and one of my favourite Sinatra songs, unlike 'My Way' which I hate with a passion, unless Elvis sings it (yes, yes, I'm biased in all sorts of ways). I heard something by 'Pearl Bailey' on the radio the other day. I was happy to know who she was thanks to 'Wee Small'.

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  4. Sinatra was mainstream yet cool. I'm very much into the powerful punk versions of his songs (my parents may forgive me). Speaking of powerful... have to agree with you guys; one of the best eppies, lovely interview and yes, HOT HOT HOT!

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  5. Great episode, love Kate Erbe speaking in her own voice about LOCI!

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  6. One of my favorite episodes...Hard and stressful! Great pics XD

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  7. Kate wasn't wrong, was she?

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  8. Without a doubt, one of my ALL time favorite episodes. And I love the song by Sinatra too..

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  9. I watched this episode the other night and loved seeing it again. I love all the little remarks about Sinatra & his pals. And what a great interview with Kate.

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  10. Love this episode!!! One of my all-time favorites! I love how this eppy confronts racism in the crime-solving community, as well. It is just heartbreaking. And the scene that Kathryn talks about ... in the courtroom ... just about brings me to tears every time I see it. The writing and the performances are stellar!

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