Law & Order: Season 17, Episode 19

Fallout (27 Apr. 2007)

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The DA's office prosecutes a Russian police officer for poisoning to death a Russian immigrant who kidnapped his daughter for a prostitution ring in New York.

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Nicolas Brezin
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The DA's office prosecutes a Russian police officer for poisoning to death a Russian immigrant who kidnapped his daughter for a prostitution ring in New York.

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Nina Cassady claims that Nicolas Brezin was a member of the KGB until 1999. However, the KGB ceased to exist on December 3, 1991, 22 days before the Soviet Union was dissolved. See more »

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Karl Rostov: Your case is based on what, what some whores say about me? You know I'm the one who lost a brother.
Det. Ed Green: Go ahead, call them whores one more time.
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The Last Years of a Great Show
13 April 2013 | by (Valencia, Spain) – See all my reviews

What an awful episode. We get the humorless toad, Fred Thompson, involved in several scenes. Heavy handed discussion seems to be his forte. He always says the obvious, such as "Make sure they are found guilty." He does not seem to understand how to have a discussion with anyone. Too bad the original D.A. is gone, he was an excellent actor, and he could actually have an intelligent conversation with his staff.

Then you add in Milena Govich, the totally one dimensional Amazon Barbie who has no chemistry with anyone, and is usually walking up to witnesses and shoving them around as she yells at them.

Add in Alana DeGarza, the new assistant to Sam Waterston. She has never used a legal phrase. Apparently, they have never asked her to at least have a clue, so that she can make objections in a convincing manner.

The story was just as bad. A bunch of corny extras with thick accents pretend to be Russian mobsters involved in the prostitution trade. Since McCoy cannot ever do anything when it comes to foreign criminals (they always seem to have consular immunity, or Federal Witness Protection), he guilts them to death with one of his long, rambling, diatribes about justice and being a good guy.

Overall, this episode feels like it lasts three hours, instead of one.


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