Law & Order: Season 9, Episode 22

Admissions (19 May 1999)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Crime, Drama, Mystery
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An Hispanic mathematics professor is the prime suspect in the murder of a graduate student. He claims he is being racially profiled, but detectives have two potential motives. However, they cannot place him at the scene of the crime.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kurt Deutsch ...
Peter Kelly
Dennis Michaels
Melissa Slater
Frank Converse ...
Mr. Kelly
Mr. Crowley
Eddie Clayman
Joanne Camp
Michael Kell


Briscoe and Curtis investigate the murder of Sarah Kincaid, a mathematics graduate student who was found murdered in the university library. The autopsy reveals that Sarah was strangled and also that she was 9 weeks pregnant, even though her bereaved father says she didn't have a boyfriend. Their initial inquiries are directed to a recently released ex-con but they learn that the victim had had a rather loud argument with her academic advisor, Dr. Clemente. When he is cleared however, the DNA testing of the fetus leads them to Dennis Michaels, who is engaged to Sarah's roommate. Another library patron puts them in the direction of a young preppy he saw there and it leads them to Peter Kelly, one of Dennis' good friends. Written by garykmcd

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Eddie Clayman: I'm not into that rough stuff any more. I got my medication.
Detective Rey Curtis: You taking it?
Eddie Clayman: Hell, yeah. You can check with my clinic.
Detective Rey Curtis: Then why are you chasing hookers down 14th Street?
Eddie Clayman: C'mon, man. It's springtime.
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