A gay city councilman is murdered. The prime suspect is a conservative rival he may have double-crossed. The investigation also sets off a series of events that could cost Logan his detective position.

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Councilman Kevin Crossley
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Joe Gibb
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Mr. Wiley
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A gay city councilman is murdered. The prime suspect is a conservative rival he may have double-crossed. The investigation also sets off a series of events that could cost Logan his detective position.

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Towards the end of the fifth season, Executive Producer Dick Wolf decided not to renew Chris Noth's contract citing that the interaction between Logan and the similarly jaded Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) lacked enough dramatic contrast. Viewers and critics were shocked at the dismissal of the most popular and only original remaining cast member at that time. Years later, Noth convinced Wolf to produce Exiled (1998) to wrap up the story of Mike Logan, which Noth felt had been prematurely extinguished on the show. See more »

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Upon finding a raincoat the suspect had been wearing, Detective Briscoe first picks it up without wearing gloves, then pulls a gun out of the pocket again without wearing gloves. This would destroy any forensic evidence on the items. See more »

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Another original L&O cast member exits stage left
27 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The last episode of season five, "Pride", sees the exit of the last original member of the L&O cast (I'm counting the DA from the pilot, Alfred Wentworth). The episode itself is not that memorable except for the fact that at the very end Logan punches a defendant who has just been freed thanks to a deadlocked jury and a controversial topic that was part of his defense. This whole thing with Logan finally resorting to violence seemed a bit contrived. After all, Logan had verbally sparred with suspects before, and taken other cases much more personally than this one, but this is the first time he reacts this way. It results in his demotion and being sent to walk a beat in Staten Island, which is the subject of a later L&O movie, "Exiled". It's been said that the producers of the show decided to get rid of Logan because he was too much like Lenny, but to me this is what made their partnership click so well.


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