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"Vendetta"
L&O, Episode 14.21
Production number: E4317
First aired: 21 April 2004
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Teleplay By
David Nahmod

Story By
David Nahmod & Michael S. Chernuchin

Directed By
David Platt


Plot Edit

A fan who caught a foul ball in a playoff game is killed by an ex-con who previously served 20 years for a crime he didn't commit.

Cast Edit

Main cast Edit

Recurring cast Edit

Guest cast Edit

References Edit

Quotes Edit

Lisa Santoro: You're telling me, this guy got killed because he reached for a foul ball?
Lennie Briscoe: And the suspect list is the Greater New York phone book.


Ed Green: I never thought I'd hear myself say this, but I'm actually starting to feel real sorry for this dude...
Lennie Briscoe: Hey, we were one out away from the World Series!


Background information and notes Edit

This episode was inspired by the Steve Bartman incident during the 2003 National League Championship Series).

Episode scene cardsEdit

1 2 3

New York
Exoneration Project
638 Broadway
Friday, February 18

Westside Motor Inn
245 Tenth Avenue
Friday, February 18

Chambers Of
Judge Antonia Mellon
Thursday, February 24

4 5 6

N & B Liquor
188 Greenwich Avenue
Tuesday, February 29

Apartment Of
Kenny Daniels
418 West 101st Street
Wednesday, March 1

Supreme Court
Arraignment
Friday, March 3

7 8

Supreme Court
Trial Part 69
Monday, April 17

Supreme Court
Trial Part 69
Tuesday, April 18


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