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Cragen is under investigation for conspiracy in a case involving the chief of operations (Robert Lansing), a friend who may have laundered drug money. McCrory: William Andrews. Wilson: Pirie MacDonald. Marge: Ellen Tobie. Stone: Michael Moriarty.
Logan tries to cope with his former partner's murder, while seeking the killer and adjusting to a new partner (Paul Sorvino). Dan Jr.: Vyto Ruginis. Olivet: Carolyn McCormick. Stern: Nicolas Coster. Dan Sr.: Val Avery. Logan: Chris Noth. Stone: Michael Mor (more…)
A lethal drug overdose leads to a case involving an aggressive stage mother (Marilyn Rockafellow) and pornographic movies. Pollard: Tony Roberts. Danielle Melnick: Tovah Feldshuh. Patti: Maura Tierney. Dr. Seliger: Stephen Newman. Stone: Michael Moriarty.
After a stabbing, a psychotic (Matthew Cowles) leads Cerreta and Logan to the Central Park clearing where the presumed killer (Stuart Rudin) usually stays. Ackerman: Michael Tolan. Miss Hatch: Elizabeth Lawrence. Cerreta: Paul Sorvino. Logan: Chris Noth.
A couple (Kaiulani Lee, Byron Jennings) face trial after they deny medical help to their daughter because of religious beliefs and the child dies. Carpenter: Henderson Forsythe. Rev. Morley: Biff McGuire. Suzanne: Marian Seldes. Logan: Chris Noth.
The search for what appears to be a copycat serial killer results in complications for McCoy, who tackled the original case. Hawthorne: Laila Robins. Brooks: Isiah Whitlock Jr. Fox: David Garrison. Bigelow: Jerome Preston Bates. Monroe: Reggie Montgomery.
In a crossover episode featuring characters from "Homicide: Life on the Street," Dets. Pembleton and Bayliss clash with Briscoe and Curtis when they come to New York to investigate a subway explosion that resembles an unsolved Baltimore bombing. Egan: Kevi (more…)
The investigation of a social worker's murder coincides with a black woman kidnapping her son from his white foster parents. Robinette: Richard Brooks. Jenny: Amber Kain. Walters: Scott Lawrence. Mrs. Corbin: Lee Brock. Corbin: Michael Patterson.
A jogger killed in Central Park turns out to be the second wife of a former club owner (Larry Miller), who was tried for killing his first spouse. Margaret: Deborah Lee Johnson. Stamell: Cecelia Hart. Cruz: Rafael Baez. Giabone: Tony Darrow. Joyce: Elaine (more…)
A down-on-his-luck exec (Timothy Landfield) becomes the suspect when his wife and son are killed and his daughter wounded. Jenna: Ellen Pompeo. Margot: Brooke Smith. Chester: Shawn Hatosy. Laura: Linda Emond. Judge Gaines: Linda Atkinson.
Briscoe and Green investigate the shooting of a mystery writer (Ruthie Henshall) and the death of her accountant. Dean Tyler: Tom Berenger. Carolyn Tyler: Linda Emond. Claude Hays: Richard E. Council. Courtney Tyler: Eliza Clark. Stan Gillum: Garry Bamman (more…)
A crossover episode with “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” involves a wealthy family. When their case reaches court, McCoy finds the powerful matriarch (Jane Alexander) to be a formidable opponent. Rumsey: Josef Sommer. Stephanie: Noelle Beck. Stable (more…)
After the bodies of two teens are found, the detectives trace their identities and learn that one of them had a sister who was traveling with the girls. Stabler: Chris Meloni. Benson: Mariska Hargitay. Laura: Ellen Pompeo. Peter: Sam Ball. Mr. Kendrick: Pa (more…)
Borgia comes under threat from two violent home invaders responsible for slaughtering the family of a criminal-turned-informant who was helping her with a case involving fake DEA badges; McCoy risks his career by stretching the law to apprehend these kille (more…)
A young stockbroker is shot and killed in his office and the ensuing investigation involves a stock scheme and mob connections. Bruce Valentine: Danny Mastrogiorgio. Carl Braddock: Michael Gross. Joey Dantoni Jr.: Frankie Dellarosa. Joseph Dantoni Sr.: Vin (more…)
The investigation of a teen's death involves racial unrest and two police officers. Riley: Earl Hindman. Earl Smith: Danny Johnson. Patrick Flannery: James Georgiades. Elan Holt: Michael Hyatt. Jerome Weathers: Pee Wee Love. Annette Tobin: Ellen Foley. Bri (more…)