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|"Prisoner of Love"|
|←||L&O, Episode 1.10||→|
|Production number: 66208|
First aired: 4 December 1990
| Teleplay By|
Robert Stuart Nathan
Robert Stuart Nathan & David Black
A city arts commissioner and a socialite come under investigation when an artist noted for his sadomasochistic themes is found dead under suspicious circumstances.
An artist notorious for his sadomasochistic scenes is murdered in a way patterned after his work. The artist's daughter leads detectives to the head of the New York Department of Cultural Affairs, whose "dominating" relationship with the victim makes him a prime suspect.
Main cast Edit
- George Dzundza as Sergeant Max Greevey
- Chris Noth as Detective Mike Logan
- Dann Florek as Captain Donald Cragen
- Michael Moriarty as Executive A.D.A. Benjamin Stone
- Richard Brooks as A.D.A. Paul Robinette
- Steven Hill as D.A. Adam Schiff
Guest cast Edit
- Frances Conroy as Elizabeth Hendrick
- Larry Keith as Henry Rothman
- Amy Aquino as Erica Stohlmeyer
- Marjorie Monaghan as Cathy
- Fran Brill as Sondra More
- Don McManus as Jordan
- Sam Schacht as Hurley
- Jay Patterson as Hoexter
- Anthony Crivello as Celine
- Sidney Armus as Judge Fadenhecht
- Eyde Byrde as Johnson
- Valerie Kingston as Anita Swenson
- Marjorie Lovett as Dr. Gray
- Richard Seff as Hoffer
- Brad Greenquist as Bartender
- Ted Marcoux as Brian
- Stephen De Fluiter as Cioran
- Harry O'Reilly as McCarry
- Antone Pagan as Police Officer Ubillez
- Wayne Maugans as Gary Pardee
- Jack Ryland as Arraingement Judge M. Kleinman
- Cecelia Wilde as Sintra More
- Rudy Hornish as Hendrick's Lawyer
- Marc Plastrik as Detective
- [Stone and the police are searching a suspect's apartment. Stone comes upon a locked chest.]
"It's my hope chest."
- [The chest is unlocked. Stone, absolutely stunned and dumbfounded, pulls out an assortment of S&M gear.]
"What were you hoping for?"
- - Elizabeth Hendrick and Benjamin Stone
"Quite a Sam Cooke collection. My taste in music. Armani suits."
"Not your taste in clothes."
- - Max Greevey and Mike Logan
"People always know things they don't think they know, you know?"
- - Donald Cragen
"Henry Rothman killed himself an hour ago. Couldn't face the thought of prison, I guess."
"Did anyone take a picture?"
- - Benjamin Stone and Elizabeth Hendrick
"Male bisexual bondage freak?"
- - Max Greevey and Mike Logan
"Don't make me testify. It'll ruin my career. I'm perfect for young dad parts in commercials."
- - Gary Pardee
"Art would be much more pleasant if we didn't have to deal with artists."
- - Elizabeth Hendrick
Background information and notes Edit
A possible goof by Law & Order production staff when doing the episode scene cards unless a year has past since they had investigated the case between card 6 & 7, (All other dates correspond to 1985, the date of Wednesday, April 25th would correspond to 1990).
Episode scene cards Edit
Victor More's Loft
Pavilion of Popular Art
Henry Rothman's Office
Grand Jury Room
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