Law & Order: Special Victims Unit/Design (1)

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Design (1)
Season 7, Episode 2
Airdate September 27, 2005
Production Number 07001
Written by Lisa Marie Petersen
Directed by David Platt
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Design (1) is the second episode of the seventh season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and the one hundred forty-first episode overall.

Starring: Christopher Meloni (Detective Elliot Stabler), Mariska Hargitay (Detective Olivia Benson), Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), Diane Neal (A.D.A. Casey Novak), Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola), B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang), Tamara Tunie (Dr. Melinda Warner)

and Dann Florek (Captain Donald Cragen)

Guest Stars: Julian Sands (Barclay Pallister), Estella Warren (April Troost), Peter Riegert (Pallister's Attorney), Mike Doyle (CSU Detective Ryan O'Halloran), Jill Marie Lawrence (Troost's Attorney), Tom O'Rourke (Judge Mark Seligman), Caren Browning (Judith Siper)

with Ronny Cox (Dr. McManus)

and Lynda Carter (Lorraine Dillon)

with Bobby Flay (Leo Ashford), Mark McGrath (J.J. Price), Jesse Palmer (Don Lacey), Robert L. Devaney (Dr. Lambert), Caroline McMahon (Monica Mason), Jeffrey Doornbos (Roger Mason), Kate Hampton (Mrs. Fletcher), Frank G. Rivers (Security Guard), James Hendricks (Doorman), Rick Gifford (Trooper Lowry), Joe Napoleone (Luigi), Mary Ellen Ashley (Helper), Amanda Rowan (Receptionist), Furaha Moye (Bank Manager), Rick Johnson (Clerk), Gloria Colonnello (Worker)


Plot Overview


Arc Advancement





The Show

  • Crossover: This episode is the first part of a two part episode arc involving Law & Order. The second episode aired the following night and is entitled "Flaw".

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

  • AMX Centurion: The Black American Express card is known as the American Express Centurion. It is the highest level credit card that American Express offers to consumers and is only available by invitation. Because of its high fees, it is only used by extremely affluent people, often businessmen who spend much of their time travelling.
Maitre d': ...And from his black American Express card, very rich.

Memorable Moments