Law & Order: Season 15, Episode 18

Dining Out (2 Mar. 2005)

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The host of a popular cooking show is on trial for killing a television executive. However, the trial takes an unexpected turn when a juror enamored with the client is accused of trying to profit from the trial.

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The host of a popular cooking show is on trial for killing a television executive. However, the trial takes an unexpected turn when a juror enamored with the client is accused of trying to profit from the trial.

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The episode "Dining Out" from season 15 features the set from the Food Network series "30 Minute Meals" starring Rachael Ray. See more »

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Jury tampering
1 September 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

A woman who was a TV producer and fundraiser for a charity is found strangled in a private park on the East Side of Manhattan. At first Dennis Farina and Jesse Martin start looking at the charity, but the investigation turns to her private life and an affair she was carrying on with Kamar DeLos Reyes a charismatic chef who hosted a cooking show she produced.

The trial takes a real unexpected bounce when Susan Wands lies during the Voir Dire about any relationship or acquaintance she has and possible jury tampering becomes an issue. Both Sam Waterston and defense attorney Wendie Malick aren't sure how to exploit the situation.

Wands shines in this episode giving a nice performance as a pathetic attention seeking woman drawn to this celebrity. She's the star of this episode without a doubt.


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