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"Navy Blues"
L&O, Episode 8.03
Production number: K2510
First aired: 15 October 1997
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Teleplay By
Kathy McCormick

Story By
Kathy McCormick & Dick Wolf

Directed By
Jace Alexander


Plot Edit

The investigation into a Navy pilot's death leads to a lieutenant who was the deceased's lover. But McCoy faces military opposition over jurisdiction in the case.

Cast Edit

Main cast Edit

Guest cast Edit

References Edit

Quotes Edit

Louie Palumbo: I want protection.
Lennie Briscoe: You got 14 cousins that look like a moose herd when they get together. I'm sure they can baby-sit you for a few hours while we bag this guy.


Lennie Briscoe: So what happened to the dog?
Officer: It's with my partner.
Lennie Briscoe: Where's your partner?
Officer: Lincoln Hospital. Paramedics couldn't pry the dog from his butt.
Lennie Briscoe: What kind of dog?
Officer: Chihuahua.
Lennie Briscoe: Let me know how they word the commendation.


Jamie Ross: It's like finding out Amelia Earhart flew to Bakersfield and hid out for 50 years.
Jack McCoy: I got over Pete Rose.


Background information and notes Edit

  • This episode is based on the 1997 sex scandal involving the U.S. Air Force and Lt. Kelly Flinn.


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"Denial"
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