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A bounty hunter's murder in a motel room is connected to a journalist who may have fabricated a story about the criminal the bounty hunter was chasing.


Matthew Penn


Dick Wolf (created by), Michael S. Chernuchin


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jerry Orbach ... Lennie Briscoe
Jesse L. Martin ... Ed Green
S. Epatha Merkerson ... Anita Van Buren
Sam Waterston ... Jack McCoy
Elisabeth Röhm ... Serena Southerlyn
Fred Dalton Thompson ... Arthur Branch
Peter Jacobson ... Randolph J. 'Randy' Dworkin, Esq.
Reuben Jackson ... Brian Kellogg
Richard Topol ... Arnie Gleason
Colleen Clinton ... Cosette Alexander
Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Mark La Mura ... Wesley Schultz
Andrea Navedo ... Detective Ana Cordova
Karen Shallo Karen Shallo ... Judge Anna Shiro
Mark Zimmerman Mark Zimmerman ... Judge Nathan Murphy


A bounty hunter's murder in a motel room is connected to a journalist who may have fabricated a story about the criminal the bounty hunter was chasing.

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Release Date:

1 October 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Peter Jacobson (Randolph J. 'Randy' Dworkin, Esq.) previously played the part of Dr. Karl Styne in episode 4.21, Law & Order: Doubles (1994). See more »


When McCoy and Southerlyn are eating in Jack's office, Elisabeth Röhm pushes food around on the plate, never picking anything up. She then speaks her lines without any food in her mouth, and then proceeds to chew non-existent food. See more »


Jack McCoy: McCoy says to Dworkin, as Randy bothers him at the bar... You're not cute.
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References Have Gun - Will Travel (1957) See more »

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There's no such thing as hooker-client confidentiality.
30 November 2017 | by CeccacciPaolo1977See all my reviews

At a fancy hotel, a writer couldn't focus to his new novel because an out loud music came from the next room. Out of angry, he bumped into his neighbor room and he saw him tied on the bed with his skull fractured. Detective realized the hotel guest was killed by an ashtray and he didn't make any phone calls apart from a room service (hooker). Anyway Briscoe and Green soon understood this was a wrong pattern. Thanks to a manicure Chinese clerk they found the victim's car in a parking lot: he was a bounty hunter chasing a serial rapist. A black reporter received some calls from him and he hid something a little suspicious: he made an interview with the rapist at a steak house but it could have been a fake interview, because the same night he had sex with his mistress in Connecticut...

The defense attorney (Peter Jacobson) as usual tries to drive the attention of the jury over racial issues. His defendant didn't have to be competent, he had to be superior to deal with white colleagues (always the same story). But McCoy knows a thing or two about this. An episode not so easy to follow for one like me who doesn't speak English as his mother tongue.

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