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|←||L&O, Episode 8.07||→|
|Production number: K2502|
First aired: 19 November 1997
| Written By|
René Balcer & Craig Tepper
The investigation into an apparent suicide leads to a case involving an adoption, a former spouse, the widower's son, and a person who's been living a lie.
Main cast Edit
- 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
- Carey Lowell as A.D.A. Jamie Ross
- Steven Hill as D.A. Adam Schiff
Guest cast Edit
- Kent Broadhurst as Attorney Harry Stokley
- William Christian as Shawn Taitt
- Joan Copeland as Judge Rebecca Stein
- Catherine Davis Cox as Dr. Nancy Frieder
- Jack Davidson as Spense Carlyle
- Franchelle Stewart Dorn as Ms. Joyner
- Mike Hodge as Leonard Hillman
- Lou Liberatore as Dale Brody
- Stephen Mendillo as Joshua Burdett
- Harry O'Reilly as Jerry O'Brien
- Josh Pais as Assistant M.E. Borak
- Angela Pietropinto as Nurse Ciaducci
- Deborah Rush as Frances Houston
- Keith Randolph Smith as Morris Keach
- Jayson Williams as Roland Dell
- Bellamy Young as Ellen O'Brien
- Robert Montano as Clemente
- Donald Christopher as Doorman
Background information and notes Edit
- "Blood" refers to the novel and film "The Human Stain", which is said (though the writer himself denied that fact) to be refering to Anatole Broyarda writer and literary critic as well as editor of the New York Times. Though Anatole Broyard was of Afro-American ancestry, he passed as "white" and decided to not tell anybody of his ancestry.
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