Law & Order/D-Girl (1)

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D-Girl (1)
Season 7, Episode 15
Airdate March 13, 1997
Production Number K1119
Written by Rene Balcer &
Ed Zuckerman &
Gardner Stern
Directed by Ed Sherin
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D-Girl (1) is the fifteenth episode of the seventh season of Law & Order, and the one hundred forty-ninth episode overall.

Starring (Law): Jerry Orbach (Detective Lennie Briscoe), Benjamin Bratt (Detective Rey Curtis), S. Epatha Merkerson (Lt. Anita Van Buren)

Starring (Order): Sam Waterston (E.A.D.A. Jack McCoy), Carey Lowell (A.D.A. Jamie Ross), Steven Hill (D.A. Adam Schiff) (credit only)

Guest Stars: Keith Szarabajka (Neal Gorton), Lauren Graham (Lisa Lundquist), Scott Cohen (Eddie Newman), Jeffrey D. Sams (Evan Grant), Paul Hecht (Dr. Dan Duval), Dick Latessa (Attorney Mitchell Klein), Michael Harney (Lt. Stu Miller), Michael Zaslow (Ben Hollings), Mark Joy (L.A.P.D. Detective)

and Janeane Garofalo (Greta Heis)

with John Newton (Judge Eric Caffey), Norma Fire (Judge Pamela Jensen), Leslie Hendrix (M.E. Rogers), John Fiore (Profaci), Scott Rabinowitz (Dr. Levine), Harrison Young (Gus), Rainer Grant (Marlowe Powers), John Kudan (Jerome), Gary Evans (Uniform Policeman Richie), Don Creech (Thurston), Marla Rubinoff (Shane Perry), Brian McQuillan (Luke Richmond), Susan Cella (Maria Rago), Maria Bellantoni (Carmela Rago), Ken Forman (Bartender), Renee Bluestone (Mrs. Stacy Rudman), Caralyn Gorel (Katie), Gene Ruffini (Bum), Jo Twiss (Neighbor), Robert Dolan (CSU Technician), Gregg Dubner (Newscaster), Benjamin Cain (Court Clerk)


Plot Overview

When the headless corpse of a movie studio president is fished out of the river, Briscoe and Curtis head to Los Angeles to get a blood sample from their main suspect as Ross & McCoy try to get a court order to get it.


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