Law & Order/Double Down

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Double Down
Season 7, Episode 19
Airdate April 16, 1997
Production Number K1122
Teleplay by Ed Zuckerman &
Shimon Wincelberg
Story by Richard Swerin &
Shimon Wincelberg
Directed by Arthur W. Forney
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Double Down is the nineteenth episode of the seventh season of Law & Order, and the one hundred fifty-third 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)

Guest Stars: Luke Reilly (Henry H. Harp), Edie Falco (Sally Bell), Shawn Elliott (Judge Dominic Santos)

and Theresa Merritt (Ruth Titus)

with John Fiore (Profaci), David Lipman (Judge Morris Torledsky), Nancy Addison (Judge Selma Davis), Marlene Forté (Sandra Pena), Kevin Kash (Marvin), John Griesemer (Driver), Marco Greco (Jackson), Spiro Malas (Mr. Oakley), Joe Sharkey (Stan McVittie), Gary Perez (Rodolfo Rodriguez), Lia Yang (Dr. Chang), Mary Fogarty (Hilda Harp), Jerome LePage (Dennis Harp), Chris Ceraso (Assistant M.E.), Jack Cirillo (Security Guard), Andrew Polk (CSU Technician), Gregg Bello (Noonan), Leonid Uscher-Citer (Super), Jay Spadaro (Earl Novak), Christopher Marquette (Ricky), Jeff Breland (Uniform Policeman #1), Don Hewitt (Russell Schaeffer), Bruce Smolanoff (Uniform Policeman #2), Kenny Cranna (Number Four), Allen Lewis Rickman (Number Six), David Shuman (Court Clerk)


Plot Overview

In order to locate a kidnapped cab driver, a suspect in a holdup (which resulted in the death of an off-duty police officer) asks for a deal in exchange for revealing the information to the authorities.


Arc Advancement





The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments