With Derek Bond now out of the way, the firms is keen to keep drug dealer Lemond Bishop - or at least the legitimate part of his criminal empire - as a client. Bishop's wife Katrina wants to divorce him and will assigns Alicia to work with David Lee on the case. They find that Katrina's lawyer is playing hardball, even after Bishop agrees to give her virtually everything she asked for. Bishop has little choice but to reconsider his options. Kalinda is subpoenaed to appear before the grand jury and on Alicia's advice, refuses to testify on the grounds she may incriminate herself. The nature of the questions however suggest that State's Attorney Glenn Childs may have another target in mind. Kalinda plays her cards well and finds a way to make it all go away. On the campaign front, Eli Gold realizes Peter will have to appeal to an altogether different demographic if he's to win. Written by
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and Bill Irwin
appear. Both would later have recurring roles in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
(1999) - Schreiber as William Lewis, a murderer who tries to kill Olivia Benson and Irwin as Dr. Peter Lindstrom, Olivia's therapist who helps her deal with what William Lewis did to her. Pablo Schreiber plays Gregory Mars, Katrina Bishops' Lawyer (Sophina Brown) and Bill Irwin plays Fred Medkiff, the mediator working with the Bishops' divorce. See more
's British accent leaks through when Kalinda testifies to the grand jury. She continuously repeats the line, "I refuse to answer on the grounds it may incriminate me," and pronounces the word, "answer" with a British accent as "awhn-sah" instead of the American pronunciation, "an-sur." See more
Written by David Buckley
Performed by David Buckley See more