|←||L&O, Episode 13.01||→|
|Production number: E3304|
First aired: 2 October 2002
| Written By|
Aaron Zelman & Marc Guggenheim
An American Muslim defends himself against charges that he murdered an academic who challenged his religious beliefs.
Main cast Edit
- Jerry Orbach as Detective Lennie Briscoe
- Jesse L. Martin as Detective Ed Green
- S. Epatha Merkerson as Lieutenant Anita Van Buren
- Sam Waterston as Executive A.D.A. Jack McCoy
- Elisabeth Röhm as A.D.A. Serena Southerlyn
- Fred Dalton Thompson as D.A. Arthur Branch
- John Cariani as Julian Beck
- Carolyn McCormick as Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
- Liz Larsen as CSU Technician Jessica Reed
- Gordon MacDonald as Judge Donald Paulsen
- E.J. Carroll as Kevin Braken
- Andrea Navedo as Detective Ana Cordova
- Joe Gonzalez as Sergeant Martinez
- Larry Sherman as Judge Colin Fraser
- Donna Hanover as Judge Deborah Burke
- Jason Kolotouros as Defense Attorney Derek Greer
Guest cast Edit
- Jeff Brooks as Charles Scott
- Jason Butler Harner as Bernard Noah
- Ramon De Ocampo as Michael Sanchez
- Abigail Lopez as Eve Sanchez
- Wil Horneff as Greg Landen aka Mousah Salim
- Jordan Lage as Jeff Bodner
- Robin Mattson as Francine Landen
- Ali Farahnakian as Defense Attorney Anwar Mohammed
- Amro Salama as Salman Mogazi
- Merritt Wever as Jennifer Taylor
- Rick Hickman as Hugh Murdock (uncredited)
- Stewart J. Zully as Sal
- Katie Kreisler as Stephie
- Josh Kleinmuntz as Court Clerk
- Richard Bekins as Mr. Landen
- Lilian Branch
- Columbine High School massacre
- Albert Einstein
- Holy Roman Empire
- Hugh Murdoch (victim)
- Louise Murdoch (victim)
- Jonas Salk
- Saudi Arabia
- Martha Stewart
- Ed Green: I want to ask your opinion on Einstein's theory because I'm not sure he was right.
- Phil: Headline: 'Cop Cracks Relativity'.
- Ed Green: No, not that theory, Phil. His theory on genius. See - and correct me if I'm wrong - Einstein argued that genius has no personality. But after talking to you for this short amount of time, I realize that you actually prove the negative. You definitely have personality. And it makes this primate want to whoop your ass. Now say somethin'.
- Greg Landen: You don't even try to hide your disdain for Islam!
- Colin Fraser: My disdain isn't for Islam, pal.
- "To quote the Bard: Ignorance often turns out to be the best defense."
- – Arthur Branch about representing oneself in court
- Olivet: My guess is he is terrified of women. Militant Islam eases that anxiety by making women subordinate.
- McCoy: Landon became a slave of Allah because he couldn't get a date?
Background information and notesEdit
Episode Scene CardsEdit
Office Of The Dean
Home Of Mousah Salim
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