Law & Order (1990–2010)
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A prep school headmaster is accused of murdering his school's admissions director after overruling her on a controversial admissions selection.

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Airs Sat. Dec. 23, 6:00 AM on TNT

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Anita Van Buren (credit only)
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Shelby Jennings
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Myra Camp
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Chloe Wagner
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CSU Julian Beck
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Professor Norman Rothenberg
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A prep school headmaster is accused of murdering his school's admissions director after overruling her on a controversial admissions selection.

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When Detective Brisco and Detective Green examine the victim's apartment, they come across a Playbill program and ticket for the opera La Boheme. Briscoe is derisive, but Green tells him that "You don't have to love opera to love La Boheme. It's a Broadway play, bro." Detective Green is played by Jesse L. Martin who was an original cast member of the Broadway play Rent, which is based on La Boheme. (The play Rent was adapted into Rent (2005).) See more »

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Scofield's lawyer says in the first meeting with McCoy that you can have all the chocolate and all the icing in the world but without yeast you can't bake a cake. The use of baking soda makes cakes and quickbreads rise. Yeast is used for doughs like those used in pizza crusts and bread. See more »

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Clarissa Wagner: For months we worked like maniacs to get Chloe into Knowles. Extra tutors, the interviews, the tests...
Detective Lennie Briscoe: Sounds like a lot of stress.
Clarissa Wagner: Valium helps.
Detective Lennie Briscoe: Not on you; on your daughter.
Clarissa Wagner: Well, you're never too young to learn how to cope.
Detective Ed Green: It's only kindergarten.
Clarissa Wagner: It's not just kindergarten - it's the rest of her life. The right prep school leads to the right college, the right job, the right career, the right husband. It's a carefully calibrated ladder. And if you miss a step - excuse me, that's the ...
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Sounds like you weren't really part of their world either.
28 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

Two friends in a tracksuit were walking down the park when they noticed a dead body on a bench with the skull fractured. The victim was a teacher in the local prep school and the murder weapon was her own walking stick: she was actually a little crippled due to an accident occurred months before that caused her a broken hips. She recently filed for divorce and she dated a married man (Stephen Schnetzera) a couple of times, but none of this people seemed to hold a grudge against her. Back to her work, she was in charge of the admission board for students and she may have found out something not so ethic in the admission procedures (she has been hired for few months, so she didn't know how things worked inside her new workplace). Headmaster had better admit the "king of porn"'s son instead of a high IQ African American kid: why did he do that?

This episode comes to light what usually people had rather not speak openly: they secretly are willing to pay for their kids best education. Anyway meritocracy is the standing point in democracy.


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