|"My Good Name"|
|←||CI, Episode 4.22||→|
|Production number: E5422|
First aired: 15 May 2005
| Teleplay By|
Warren Leight & René Balcer
Detectives Goren and Eames investigate the murder of a hospital engineer and it soon becomes obvious the body has been moved.
- Vincent D'Onofrio as Detective Robert Goren
- Kathryn Erbe as Detective Alexandra Eames
- Jamey Sheridan as Captain James Deakins
- Courtney B. Vance as A.D.A. Ron Carver
- Jenna Stern as Janice Steiner
- Roxanna Hope as Anya Czabo
- Elizabeth Keifer as Marie Adair
- John Riggins as Marty Leonidas
- Jerry Walsh as Detective Rachlif
- Vanessa Daniels as Liana Kazon
- Edmund C. Davys as Lyden Cross
- Victor Cruz as P.O. Vasquez
- Rick Gifford as P.O. Petry
- Almeria Campbell as P.O. Shelby
- Cezar Williams as P.O. McLain
- James Augustus Lee as Walter Czabo
- Geri Payawal as Fortunata Lelisa
- Luz Lor as Maling
- Richie Byrne as Super
- Amanda Duarte as Carla
- Lukas Hassel as Alvin
- Christopher Wisner as Nathan
- Jeb Brown as Alstchuler
- Brad Webb as P.A.
- Eric Rath as TV Host
- Dennis Paladino as unknown
- Alexandra Eames: We can't figure out how he got from your precinct, the three-five, to the two-nine, over here.
- P.O. Mathis: Maybe the Easter wino helped him across the street.
- Frank Adair: You're not related to Johnny Eames, from the 91?
- Alexandra Eames: My father.
- Frank Adair: Carrying on the tradition. I like that.
Background information and notes
- This episode revealed some resemblances with the case of Bernie Kerik, a former law-enforcement officer of New York City under Mayor Rudy Giuliani. In December 2004, George W. Bush nominated Kerik as Secretary of Homeland Security. A week later, Kerik withdrew his nomination, explaining that he had employed an illegal immigrant as a nanny; subsequently, numerous allegations surfaced which would likely have led to a confirmation battle. In 2006, Kerik pled guilty to two unrelated ethics violations after an investigation by the Bronx District Attorney's Office, and was ordered to pay $221,000. He is currently under Federal investigation: A grand jury issued a multi-count indictment on November 8, 2007 alleging conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud and lying to the Internal Revenue Service. Kerik surrendered to authorities on Friday, November 9, 2007, was arraigned before Magistrate Judge George Yanthis in White Plains, New York Federal Court, and pled not guilty to all 16 charges. If convicted on all 16 counts in the indictment, Kerik could face a maximum sentence of 142 years in prison and $4.7 million in fines. He was released upon payment of a $500,000 bond. (Source: Bernard Kerik at Wikipedia); Kerik's story also figures prominently in Law & Order's Publish and Perish episode.
- In the episode, it's said that Adair got stuck in the Coney Island precinct. This would be the 60th Precinct if one were to go by the real-life NYPD's records.
Episode scene cards
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