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While preparing a murder case, the DA's office stumbles on a potential scandal involving a prostitution business and the governor of New York, and it could have serious implications on Jack McCoy's future as District Attorney.

Director:

Jim McKay

Writers:

Dick Wolf (created by), Rene Balcer (as René Balcer) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jeremy Sisto ... Cyrus Lupo
Anthony Anderson ... Kevin Bernard
S. Epatha Merkerson ... Anita Van Buren
Linus Roache ... Michael Cutter
Alana De La Garza ... Connie Rubirosa
Sam Waterston ... Jack McCoy
Len Cariou ... Edgar Beezley
David Aaron Baker ... Jake Nemeth
Eric Sheffer Stevens ... Frank Beezley
Katheryn Winnick ... Sarah Shipley
Paloma Guzmán ... Chanel Barva
Dena Tyler ... Suzanne Madison
Andre B. Blake ... US Attorney Purcell (as Andre Blake)
Richard Joseph Paul ... FBI Special Agent
Alison Elliott ... Rita Shalvoy
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While preparing a murder case, the DA's office stumbles on a potential scandal involving a prostitution business and the governor of New York, and it could have serious implications on Jack McCoy's future as District Attorney.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 May 2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Stereo

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Eric Sheffer Stevens (Frank Beezley) previously played the role of M.E. Laraby in episode 16.14, Law & Order: Magnet (2006). See more »

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When the detectives meet Sarah Shipley, they're waiting outside room 202. When they board the elevator to leave, the floor number outside the elevator indicates that they're on the fourth floor, meaning the room numbers would likely begin with 4. See more »

Quotes

Jack McCoy: That escort's client, Al, the one who was in the room when she got the phone call, I recognized the voice. I think it's Shalvoy.
Michael Cutter: All right. Go on.
Jack McCoy: I went to see Shalvoy. I gave him a copy of a non-target letter I sent his lawyer. I told him about the tapes, that he might be called as a witness.
Michael Cutter: And when were you gonna tell me?
Jack McCoy: I'm telling you now. I told Shalvoy the feds want those tapes. That they're targeting him for a corrupt officials investigation. Now he's warning me if I don't protect ...
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11 August 2013 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

The incorruptible new DA Sam Waterston decides to do a solid for the governor who appointed him. When his name comes up peripherally in a murder investigation, Waterston goes to Governor Tom Everett Scott to give him a heads up. All this does is give impetus to a running feud that starts for several episodes.

Eric Sheffer Stevens who is the spoiled son of gold merchant Len Cariou kills his brother-in-law who now runs the family business. The victim would not let him launder money through the business. Stevens runs a high end escort service and during the investigation it is discovered that Scott is a client.

The Feds even jump into this one as they've got their sights on this governor. The parallels of Scott's character to Elliott Spitzer are too obvious to ignore. The feud between Waterston and his patron starts here and continues over several episodes.

It's a good episode where justice is done for some and postponed for others.


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