Law & Order (1990–2010)
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A drug dealer turns up dead, leading detectives to members of a neighborhood watch group whose lives were poisoned by the victim. The priest who leads the group confesses to the crime, claiming that God told him to do it.

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Airs Tue. Dec. 19, 6:00 AM on TNT

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Lennie Briscoe
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Ed Green
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Anita Van Buren
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Jack McCoy
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Serena Southerlyn
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Arthur Branch
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Father Richard Hogan
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Bill Parker
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Bishop Durning
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Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
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Jim Wheeler
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Judge Elayne Link
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Detective Ana Cordova
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Linda Parker
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A drug dealer turns up dead, leading detectives to members of a neighborhood watch group whose lives were poisoned by the victim. The priest who leads the group confesses to the crime, claiming that God told him to do it.

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Lennie tells Bill Parker that his daughter Cathy was 24 when she was murdered. However, according to her gravestone in Law & Order: Monster, Cathy was born on June 23, 1971 and murdered on March 4, 1998, meaning that she was 26 at the time of her death. See more »

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References Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002) See more »

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Better than average
23 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

For an episode later in the series, this one is a pretty decent. It's nice to see Detective Briscoe relating to the father of a young boy who whose death was caused by a drug dealer, even though that father is a prime suspect to the crime. The father's loss sparks memories for Detective Briscoe whose daughter was killed in connection with her involvement with drugs six years before. It was interesting to see that the personal nature of the investigation didn't effect how Briscoe treated it. For once, I enjoyed the investigation portion of the episode more than the trial. The trial portion of the episode showed how Jack McCoy feels about the higher powers that be. In the end, you learn about his friend named Tommy who may have inspired Jack's feelings on the matter.


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