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The son of one of Briscoe's former colleagues is accused of shooting and killing an innocent 14-year-old. He claims that he was trying to shoot a gun dealer who threatened him, but the people's case against him is very shaky.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mike Logan
Anita Van Buren
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (credit only)
Danny Gerard ...
Billy Wojak
Mrs. Sugarman
Kevin Parker
Marilyn Cooper ...
Ida Abel
Elizabeth Parrish ...
Juan Domingo (as Guillermo Diaz)


Detectives Briscoe and Logan investigate the shooting death of a 14 year-old, Angel Ramirez. The boy was a good student and wasn't involved in gangs or drugs. A licensed gun dealer, Juan Domingo, was standing next to Ramirez at the time of the shooting. He may have been involved in an incident to silence a witness against him in a previous case and the police suspect he may have been the intended target, perhaps by another witness who feared for for his life. A search of boys' school lockers turns up a stash of guns. It leads them to Kevin Parker who turns out to be the son of a former policeman, Ted Parker, someone Briscoe knows well. He hopes Briscoe will do him a favor but Kevin is charged and ADA Stone thinks he has a good case against the boy. Ted Parker isn't going to let his son go to jail however. Written by garykmcd

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9 February 1994 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


When doing the lineup for Kevin Parker the title card says the location is the 33rd precinct interrogation room. Yet Van Buren, Briscoe and Logan are stationed in the 27th precinct, not the 33rd, there would be no reason for them to be doing a lineup at a different precinct, and certainly not the 33rd since that is the precinct the suspect's father used to work out of which could be seen as an attempt to taint the lineup. See more »


Detective Lennie Briscoe: Lucky break that dealer getting shot. You sleeping alright?
Ted Parker: I'm sleeping fine.
Detective Lennie Briscoe: The guys at your old precinct?
Ted Parker: They're sleeping fine. It's over, Lennie.
Ted Parker: What if it was one of your kids?
Detective Lennie Briscoe: I don't know, but I know there's no statute of limitations on murder. Sweet dreams, cop.
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