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"The Pardoner's Tale"
CI, Episode 1.08
Production number: E2112
First aired: 18 November 2001
  th of 195 produced in CI  
th of 195 released in CI
  th of 1106 released in all  
Larry Wiegert
Written By
Theresa Rebeck

Directed By
Steve Shill

A reporter who has a history of uncovering police corruption is gunned down in the street and the case leads to the buying and selling of pardons.

Plot Edit

Plot

Cast Edit

Main cast Edit

Guest cast Edit

References Edit

15th Precinct; New York Ledger; New York 12th Assembly District Office; White Owl Sanitation

Quotes Edit

"I know people. People in the Fed. People that owe me favors. I can get someone in so deep even I couldn't find them."

- Robert Goren


"I'm not arresting her."
"Count me out too."
"Detectives."
"We're supposed to be better than the people we're prosecuting."

- Robert Goren, Alexandra Eames and Ron Carver


"I've got to see a buddy about a '71 Malibu. Want to come?"
"Sure, I love meeting your buddies."

- Robert Goren and Alexandra Eames


"Declared a fugitive in 1997. I guess that qualifies as travelling."

- Alexandra Eames


"Here, let me highlight it for you."
"That's okay. The search warrant doesn't stipulate highlighting."

- Nawrocki's Secretary and Robert Goren


"Boo! Made you look."

- Robert Goren


"351 four-barrel. Who are you trying to outrun?"
"Whoa. I think I'm in love."

- Alexandra Eames and Lewis


"Give it up, garbage boy!"

- Alexandra Eames


"There they go, down the rabbit hole."

- Alexandra Eames


"That's not going along, Larry, that's stickin' it to ya!"

- Robert Goren

Background information and notes Edit

  • Actor John Heard also appeared in Law & Order and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
  • This episode revealed many resemblances to Geoffrey Chaucer's The Pardoner's Tale, which, like this episode, is a story with characters motivated by greed. The "pardoner" is very much like some of the characters in this episode who are themselves in positions of power, but corrupt.


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