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|Production number: K0116|
First aired: 2 February 1996
| Written By|
Michael S. Chernuchin & Jorge Zamacona
Detectives Pembleton and Bayliss clash with Briscoe and Curtis when they come to New York to investigate a subway explosion.
- 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
- Jill Hennessy as A.D.A. Claire Kincaid
- Steven Hill as D.A. Adam Schiff
- Leo Burmester as Defense Attorney Le Clair
- Kevin Geer as Brian Egan
- Raymond Anthony Thomas as George Bell
- Andre Braugher as Baltimore PD Detective Frank Pembleton
- Kyle Secor as Baltimore PD Detective Tim Bayliss
- Justin Kennedy as Belcher
- Catrina Ganey as Mrs. Chapman
- W.T. Martin as Judge Fred Naughton
- Florence Anglin as Marcy
- Ntare Mwine as Mike Davies
- Robert Turano as Bavarro
- Phillip Geoffrey Hough as Kendall Egan
- Stephanie Lane as Susan Landsman
- Kirk Taylor as Graham
- Marcus Naylor as Henry
- Robinson Frank Adu as Mr. Johnson
- Michael Devries as Arson Detective Krane
- Christopher Prizzi as Hazmat Adler
- John Di Maggio as Bartender
- David Rainey as Richard Howard
- Leila Danette as Mrs. Donner
- Jordan Lage as Jury Foreman
- Karen Ullman as Secretary
- Gregory Holtz, Sr. as Man
- Marion Barry
- Ted Bundy
- Louis Farrakhan
- Clint Eastwood
- Rodney King
- Baltimore, Maryland
- Josef Mengele
- Ronald Reagan
- Curtis: "Ronald Reagan". That's cute.
(Egan tries to run)
- Briscoe: You're not going anyplace, Mr. President!
- Curtis: Whoever you are, you're under arrest for murder. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
(Baltimore detectives approach)
- Briscoe: Oh, look at this. Sorry, fellas, finders, keepers.
- McCoy: We're better off in Westchester.
- Kincaid: Oh, I see. 12 Jewish golfers don't have a biased bone in their bodies but Irish and Italian working class they'll lynch you as soon as they look at you. I'm sorry. I must have missed the day they taught ethnic stereotypes in law school.
- Egan: You don't see anything. You have no idea what's going really on.
- McCoy: Why don't you tell me?
- Egan: I'm just the tip of the iceberg.
- McCoy: You're a racist, and a murderer, and you found out your country won't tolerate it.
- Egan: You mean your country won't. Mine is growing. You think you can stop it? You can't stop anything.
Background information and notes
- This episode is based on both the Colin Ferguson case and the terrorist Tokyo subway sarin gas attack in 1995.
- This episode was the first part of a two-part crossover with Homicide: Life on the Street, concluding with the Homicide episode "For God and Country." This was the first of crossover between the two series and also marked the first time that Detective John Munch appeared in a Law & Order series.
Episode scene cards
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