Briscoe and Green catch three murder cases and one kidnapping on the same day, and one murder is tied to a fourth murder which happened ten years ago. Each case apparently involves domestic disputes gone wrong.

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Rafael Celaya
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Carla Perazzo
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Briscoe and Green catch four murders and a kidnapping on the same day, and get handed confessions in each case. Written by Anonymous

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21 May 2003 (USA)  »

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Lennie Briscoe says, "Love- a devastating disease instantly cured by marriage." This is a variation on Ambrose Bierce's definition in his book "The Devil's Dictionary," which described love as a temporary insanity that is curable either by marriage or a removal of the influence causing the distraction. See more »

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Don Perazzo's mistress: [after Don Parazzo has been run over by his wife] You know he just leased that Cadillac for her about a month ago?
Detective Lennie Briscoe: Turns out a Volkswagen might have been a safer bet.
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My Favorite Law & Order episode
30 April 2016 | by (Clearwater, FL) – See all my reviews

This is, without doubt, my favorite Law & Order episode.

First, it's unique, in that instead of the usual 1/2 cop and 1/2 lawyer format, the cop side dominates. I guess half the cast wanted some time off. The lawyer side probably did all their work in one day, instead of the usual 5-6 days.

Second, because of it's unique format, it surprises you, and keep you on the edge of your seat, waiting to see the lawyer side of the show. But when they show up, even the legal question is really unique.

Third, while some the of the murders are simple to solve (very unusual for L&O), some are twisted, really twisted.

Lastly, it shows that 'one of those days' happens to cops as well as to the rest of us working schmucks.

The below is not a spoiler, just funny: Last lines in the show:

Detective Green: "We got a jumper."

Detective Briscoe: "I may join him."


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