Da Vinci's Inquest/Do You Wanna Dance?

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Do You Wanna Dance?
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Season 3, Episode 4
Airdate October 25, 2000
Written by Frank Borg,
Alan DiFiore,
Chris Haddock,
Esta Spalding
Directed by A.J. Vesak
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Da Vinci's InquestSeason Three


Do You Wanna Dance? is the fourth episode of the third season of Da Vinci's Inquest, and the thirtieth episode overall.

Starring: Nicholas Campbell (Dominic Da Vinci), Suleka Mathew (Dr. Sunita "Sunny" Ramen), Gerard Plunkett (Bob Kelly), Sarah-Jane Redmond (Sergeant Sheila Kurtz), Donnelly Rhodes (Detective Leo Shannon), Venus Terzo (Detective Angela Kosmo), Ian Tracey (Detective Mick Leary), Gwynyth Walsh (Dr. Patricia Da Vinci)

With: Alex Diakun (Chick Savoy), Sarah Strange (Helen), Frank Borg (Harry DeBurgh), Coalhouse Campbell (Eric Hoffman), Deanne Henry (Vita Hoffman), Benita Ha (Medical Student), Allan Gray (Mark Waltek), Belinda Metz (Carla), Bill MacKenzie (Ray Sorrento)

and Callum Keith Rennie (Detective Bobby Marlowe)

Co-Starring: Barbara Pollard (Mae), Raoul Ganeev (Yuri), Beverley Elliott (Louise), Kim Hawthorne (Rose Williams), Michael Sunczyk (Cabbie), Raahul Singh (Noel), Yurij Kis (Joe), Jason Anthony Griffith (Lonnie), Randall Wong (Tommy), Kyle Labine (Speed), Justin Stilwell (Wayde), Aaron Houston (Delroy), Alistair Abell (Constable), Fabian Gujral (Trainer)

Contents

Plot Overview

Kosmo and Dominic try to determine whether a man's death was helped by a young boxer dishing justice for his abused mother.

Meanwhile, Leo and Mick look into the murder of a cabbie as Patricia, Detective Marlowe, and Chick walk some medical students through a crime scene investigation.

Notes

Music

  • Jimmy Witherspoon - "Spoon's Life Blues"
  • Puentes Brothers - "esta es noche"
  • Puentes Brothers - "corazon en fuga"
  • Quartango - "Tango sulla morte d'un eroe"

Arc Advancement

Happenings

  • It's revealed Bob Kelley was selected to succeed Flynn as a Chief Coroner.

Characters

  • Leo begins to take dancing lessons and works with a teacher named Carla.

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

  • This episode marks the first appearance of Detective Rose Williams from Robbery.
  • Writer and Executive Story Editor Frank Borg marks his second guest appearance in the show.
  • Gerald Plunkett is added to the main cast, replacing Robert Wisden.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes