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|←||L&O, Episode 8.14||→|
|Production number: K2514|
First aired: 4 February 1998
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When a man is found beaten half to death in the park, Briscoe and Curtis discover that his attackers were avenging their mentally-ill sister, whom they believed the man had raped. This proves to be false, as it turns out the girl had sex with another mental patient, but then the detectives discover that the assault victim had committed an even more heinous crime.
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
- George Bamford as Harry Singer
- Kalimi Baxter as Andrea Jarell
- Daniel Blinkoff as Chris Ryan
- Edie Falco as Sally Bell
- Ron Frazier as Judge Aldo Iannello
- Cecilia Hart as Greta Singer
- Eric LaRay Harvey as Officer Anthony Loomis
- Marin Hinkle as Leslie Russo
- Hallee Hirsh as Gillian Lanetti
- Marceline Hugot as Dr. Sandi Ruskin
- Erik Jensen as George Harding
- Jonathan LaPaglia as Frank Russo
- Kiran Merchant as Dr. Adnan Gidamal
- James Joseph O'Neil as Jimmy Baxter
- George Palermo as Joe Russo
- Chuck Pfeiffer as Kurt Jamison
- Ami Rothschild as Melinda Black
- Todd Stashwick as Roger Appel
- Russ Vigilante as Gianni Lupo
- Sharon Washington as Sally Thaxton
- Stephen Singer as Defense Attorney Baum
- Gregory North as Dr. Maxwell
- Stephen Wastell as Bartender
- Lizbeth MacKay as Park West Physician
- Karen Lynn Gorney as Monk
- Sabrina Avila as Jogger
- Tonia Lynn as Rollerblader
- (about her supposed rape)
- Leslie Russo: It was both mutual and sensual... I didn't tell my spiritual advisor that...
- Greta Singer: God owed me a grandchild. God owed me!
- Harry Singer: What good will all this do?
- Jack McCoy: Mr. Singer, your wife and Mr. Harding plunged into a moral quagmire that the law can only begin to address. Maybe they'll both drown in it.
Background information and notes Edit
Background information and notes
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"Faccia a Faccia"