After Fin catches a serial killer who is targeting immigrant "anchor babies," his high-profile ACLU lawyer argues that he was brainwashed by a right-wing television personality.



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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong) (credit only)
Randall Carver
Joe Thagard
Nicole Gleason
Keiko Nishimura
Audrie Neenan ...


When two young girls are similarly murdered a little over a month apart, Detective Odafin Tutuola decides to investigate the gruesome crimes. After a third killing, Fin discovers that all three children were "anchor babies" of immigrant families, and reaches out to the Center of Immigrant Services. After sifting through the Center's hate mail, and witnessing a fight between immigration lawyer Randall Carver and Joe Thagard, a fanatical follower of a xenophobic talk show host, Fin begins to narrow in on the killer. Written by NBC Publicity

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Donald Cragen: [to Fin] When the Chief of D's gives an order, we follow it.
Detective Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: Unless Liv or Elliot bends the rules. Then you're out on a limb with them.
Donald Cragen: You disobeyed a direct order from your commanding officer.
Detective Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: Only thing I'm sorry about is I didn't get the front page. Three inches and no photos. If our victim looked like Elizabeth Smart, we'd have a task force and a million-dollar reward.
Donald Cragen: This isn't about race.
Detective Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: Sure. You keep telling yourself that.
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12 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have watched all of the Law & Order series since the beginning of their conception. What I have noticed particularly over the past couple of years is that they are becoming more and more far left wing. I am actually an Independent and agree with certain subjects on both sides of the line so I try to base my observations on situations that are blatantly leaning a certain direction. Personally, if I wanted to watch television about politics including right and left wing perspectives I would turn on a news channel or a political talk show. Many shows that are currently being televised have picked a side with the majority being liberal. I am quite capable of forming an opinion about different issues without being lectured by a "alleged" fictional drama. I also find it offensive that Dick Wolf would actually use the names of Limbaugh, Beck, and O'Reilly. That in itself is totally judgmental and self-righteous and would never be tolerated by the far right wing! You can definitely bet on that. Although, that is probably a mute point because I don't believe I have seen too many shows that demean liberals with their demonstrative opinions. There is no debating what line of the fence he leans on and he is also using his show to propagate his own personal views. This is also why Law & Order is becoming very tiresome to watch and it just may have been around quite long enough. Let's have some entertaining shows that don't try to teach the American public the values they perceive we should have. I also agree with the other commenter who states when liberals protest it is "free speech" but if conservatives complain, they are an angry mob. I was under the impression that free speech applied to all citizens of this great country regardless of your political leanings. And I would just one more time like to mention that I don't particularly lean either way but I feel what is good for the goose is also good for the gander. We should at least treat differing opinions with respect if for nothing else the constitution states this right. Thank you for letting me state my first amendment rights!!!

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