Law & Order/Performance

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Season 5, Episode 14
Airdate February 8, 1995
Production Number 69419
Teleplay by Ed Zuckerman &
Jeremy R. Littman
Story by Rene Balcer &
Jeremy R. Littman
Directed by Martha Mitchell
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Performance is the fourteenth episode of the fifth season of Law & Order, and the one hundred second episode overall.

Starring (Law): Jerry Orbach (Detective Lennie Briscoe), Chris Noth (Detective Mike Logan), S. Epatha Merkerson (Lieutenant Anita Van Buren)

Starring (Order): Sam Waterston (Executive A.D.A. Jack McCoy), Jill Hennessy (A.D.A. Claire Kincaid), Steven Hill (D.A. Adam Schiff)

Guest Stars: Richard Venture (Douglas Greer), Monica Keena (Corey Russel), Peter Facinelli (Shane Sutter), John MacKay (Michael Sutter), Maryann Urbano (Mrs. Russell), Polly Adams (Monica Sutter)

with Shane McDermott (Kyle Winters), John P. Connolly (Nick), Ray Girardin (Detective Malone), Barbara Spiegel (Judge Harriet Doremus) David Lipman (Judge Morris Torledsky), Lee Shepherd (Percy Banner), Keith Langsdale (Ross Laurin), Gloria Biegler (Dana Kerr), Dash Mihok (Ethan Quinn), Lily Warren (Valerie Wright), Kia Graves (Elise Mills), Diane Davis (Beth Ritchie), Devin Ratray (Mitchell Pauley), Christopher Brown (Steven Quinn), Harry Murphy (Mr. Parker), Richard Bierman (Stuart), Linda Gillen (Mrs. Winters), Aasif Mandvi (Khan), Yvette Hawkins (Judge Meg Sanderson), George Bartenieff (Judge Shawn MacNamara), Chester A. Sims II (Judge Wayne Humphrey), Terence Burk (Edwin Marx), Billy Gillespie (Coach Lucas), Roderick McLachlan (Wally), Andy Taylor (Frank Baker), Rob Gomes (Jack), Jud Meyers (Jerry), Andy Umberger (Schwartz), Nicholas Strouse (Stan), Michael LaPorte (Kenny), Cara Jedell (Susan), Merri Ann Milwe (Court Clerk), Sidney Symington (Jury Foreman),


Plot Overview

Briscoe and Logan investigate the identification of a young woman who was the victim of a possible snuff film; when they find the victim alive, they learn that she was part of a points-for-sex club at her high school.


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