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Giardello receives a surprise visit from his daughter, Bayliss and Shepard try to bring a criminal to justice and Lewis and Falsone investigate a stabbing.
|Episode credited cast:|
|Richard Belzer||-||John Munch|
|Giancarlo Esposito||-||Mike Giardello|
|Peter Gerety||-||Stuart Gharty|
|Clark Johnson||-||Meldrick Lewis|
|Yaphet Kotto||-||Al Giardello|
|Toni Lewis||-||Terri Stivers|
|Michael Michele||-||Rene Sheppard|
|Kyle Secor||-||Tim Bayliss|
|Jon Seda||-||Paul Falsone|
|Callie Thorne||-||Laura Ballard|
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
|Marianna Alacchi||-||Lois Freeman|
|Pearce Bunting||-||Dale Richert|
|Benjamin Busch||-||Luke Ryland|
|Robert Carlson||-||Off. Byron Denys|
|Tim Colmus||-||Diner 1999|
The last scene of the series finale is a mirror of the first scene of the series premiere, with Detective Meldrick Lewis and his partner searching an alleyway. The final line of the series "It's a mystery" is also the first line spoken in the series.
This episode takes place in March, April and May 1999.
The show was never a favorite of the bosses at NBC because it's ratings were so much lower than the network's mega-hits of the 1990's, especially "ER", but ironically the overall power of NBC allowed the show to last for 7 seasons and over 100 episodes, because it was one of the best-reviewed and generally admired NBC programs by critics and other writers and directors and actors. "ER" even helped the show simply by drawing such a huge rights-renewal fee that NBC stated that some of that revenue was going to be used to keep "Homicide" for its 6th and 7th (and final) seasons.
Last episode of the series.
In the last show of the series, Homicide: Life on the Street: Forgive Us Our Trespasses (1999) the dialogue between the two detectives is identical to the exchange between two detectives in the opening scene Homicide: Life on the Street: Gone for Goode (1993), the inaugural show of the series.