|←||L&O, Episode 9.03||→|
|Production number: E0204|
First aired: 14 October 1998
| Written By|
I.C. Rapoport & David Shore
The investigation into how a teen got wounded leads to a case involving a young woman's murder and a drug operation.
- Jerry Orbach as Detective Lennie Briscoe
- Benjamin Bratt as Detective Rey Curtis
- S. Epatha Merkerson as Lieutenant Anita Van Buren
- Sam Waterston as Executive A.D.A. Jack McCoy
- Angie Harmon as A.D.A. Abbie Carmichael
- Steven Hill as D.A. Adam Schiff
- Bill Moor as Defense Attorney Bill Patton
- Roberta Wallach as Defense Attorney Michele Selig
- John Fiore as Detective Tony Profaci
- Vince Pacimeo as Judge Venturelli
- Toni James as Judge Joan Veysey
- Liz Larsen as CSU Technician Jessica Reed
- Steve Axelrod as CSU Technician Catalano
- José Zúñiga as Detective Mark Rivera
- Allen Fitzpatrick as Defense Attorney Golding
- Victor Colicchio as Reggie Mathis
- Rafael Baez as Oscar Benvenidez
- Ross Bickell as Warren Stanton
- Victoria Clark as Detective
- Tom Guiry as Kevin Stanton
- R. Emery Bright as Detective Leon Eggers
- Leslie Lachlan as Marcia Stanton
- Glenn Kessler as Raymond Taylor
- J.B. Smoove as Levon
- Herbert Russell as Eddie DeSantis
- Jessica Cauffiel as Cashier
- Sabra Jones McAteer as Tracy Teasdale
- John Jellison as Mr. Teasdale
- David Adkins as Dr. Lesser
- Jeremy Nagel as Eric Pope
- Sondra Gorney as Mrs. Kessler
- Ted Arcidi as Landlord
- Bob Ader as Father
- Joseph Blair as Son
- Wayne Maxwell as Derelict #1
- Neil Harris as Derelict #2
- Rey Curtis: Guy protects his turf.
- Lennie Briscoe: He probably pees a circle around his desk every morning.
- Stanton's Attorney: The statement says it all. One dope dealer implicates the other. Don't worry, Miss Carmichael, we won't insist on a an apology.
- Abbie Carmichael: And none will be forthcoming.
|“||We can't all be Mark McGwire.||”|
- Rivera: You going take the word of a dope dealer over a cop?
- Rey Curtis: Wearing a badge doesn't make you a cop. You let your snitch take a bullet.
Background information and notes
- This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of the Chad MacDonald case.
- The name of the girl killed in this episode, Sara Teasdale, is also the name of an American poet who lived from 8 August 1884 to 29 January 1933. Her works were quite popular in the early 1900s; death was a major theme. Plagued by poor health most of her life, she committed suicide by drug overdose.
Episode scene cards
Auto Forensics Garage
Grand Jury Room
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