With Phil Cerreta recovering from his gunshot wounds, Detective Logan is partnered with Det. Lennie Briscoe, an old hand whose brash demeanor is somewhat off-putting. Their first case is a shooting death outside a nightclub just around closing time. The shooter, Mary Kostrinski, freely admits killing the man saying she was in fear of being raped. Dr. Elizabeth Olivet's opinion is that the woman was in genuine fear of her life. The police investigation and her account of events don't add up. She's charged with murder but Stone is prepared to deal to get a conviction, especially after Olivet is called as a defense witness. She has bigger fish for him to fry. Meanwhile, Phil Cerreta decides not to return to the streets.
Did You Know?
Mary Kostrinski's doorman says he was glad she stayed when the building went co-op. Later Mary calls it her condo, which is not the same as a co-op. See more
[Briscoe and Logan are questioning her about being at a bar the night of the murder
What'd I do, dance naked with a lamp shade on my head?
[giggles, then looks at them seriously
I *really* don't remember anything that night.
References Thelma & Louise