After a salesman is murdered, the detectives turn their attention to Stephanie Mulroney, the youngest daughter of a well-known family with some deep connections. But as they join forces ... See full summary »

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After a salesman is murdered, the detectives turn their attention to Stephanie Mulroney, the youngest daughter of a well-known family with some deep connections. But as they join forces with the officers from the two-seven, they realize that their case is connected with a long-unsolved case that Briscoe once handled years ago with his former partner, Mike Logan. Written by Anonymous

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Trivia

This is the first part of a two-part crossover with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). The second part was Law & Order: Entitled (2000). See more »

Goofs

The spelling of two character names changes between Parts I and II. In Part I, Ken Briscoe spells out a name as Helen Katish, K-A-T-I-S-H, reading the name from his written record. (Actress Nahanni Johnstone is listed only in the opening credits.) But in Part II's subtitles and the end credits, the name changes to Katisch with a "c" added. Also in Part I's end credits, Amy Hohn is listed as Delea. But in Part II's end credits she's Delia Woodruff. See more »

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Det. John Munch: [yelling] You're enjoying this, these little guys trying to sweet-talk you into giving us a little crumb of information.
Arthur Pruitt: Oh yeah, yeah, it's the high point of my life.
Det. John Munch: Better than shooting those people in cold blood, you little reptilian geek?
Arthur Pruitt: Oh, it's bad cops now?
Det. John Munch: [yelling] You bet your ass.
Detective Monique Jefferies: John, easy.
Det. John Munch: [still in a loud tone] You did it, you piece of crap. I know it, you know it.
Det. John MunchDetective Monique Jefferies: Seriously, come on.
Det. John Munch: No, I'm going to kill this guy myself.
Arthur Pruitt: [to Jeffries] Call him off, call him off.
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References Law & Order (1990) See more »

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