New York detectives Briscoe and Curtis accompany Falsone and Munch to Baltimore as they look for the suspect in a teen model's death.


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New York detectives Briscoe and Curtis accompany Falsone and Munch to Baltimore as they look for the suspect in a teen model's death.

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14 November 1997 (USA)  »

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The storyline of this episode is continued in Law & Order: Baby, It's You: Part 1 (1997). Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), Yaphet Kotto (Lt. Al Giardello), Jon Seda (Detective Paul Falsone) and Zeljko Ivanek (ASA Ed Danvers) all play their Homicide: Life on the Street (1993) characters in that episode whereas Jerry Orbach (Detective Lennie Briscoe), Sam Waterston (EADA Jack McCoy), Benjamin Bratt (Detective Rey Curtis) and Carey Lowell (ADA Jamie Ross) all play their Law & Order (1990) characters in this episode. See more »


Sam Waterston's name was misspelled "Sam Waterson" in the opening credits. See more »


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As usual you have to follow along and wait for the conclusion.
15 April 2014 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

Part 1 was an episode of Law and Order. A teen model was raped and murdered and the trail leads back to Baltimore to be concluded on "Homicide". Episode 1 of "Baby ,Its You" is from the original Law and Order has detectives Logan and Grievey on the case of a 14 year old fashion model from a prominent family. The family attorney tries to manipulate both the press and the police in a direction that rules family members out. Munch and his partner take action in Baltimore and bring up some new information. The New York and Baltimore detectives work together to arrest a suspect in New York. The case then shifts back to Baltimore where Part 2 begins.

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