Law & Order: Los Angeles

Season 1 Episode 6

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Nov 10, 2010 on NBC
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Detectives Winters and Jaruszalski look into the murder of an oil rig worker who was also a possible whistle-blower. Unfortunately, a last minute change by the defendant's flashy lawyer to an affirmative defense will leave DDAs Dekker and Stanton scrambling to regain the advantage.

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    Corey Stoll

    Corey Stoll

    Det. T.J. Jaruszalski

    Megan Boone

    Megan Boone

    Deputy D.A. Lauren Stanton

    Terrence Howard

    Terrence Howard

    Deputy D.A. Joe Dekker

    Skeet Ulrich

    Skeet Ulrich

    Det. Rex Winters

    Sprague Grayden

    Sprague Grayden

    Valerie Roberts

    Guest Star

    Robert Baker

    Robert Baker

    Buddy

    Guest Star

    Samuel Ball

    Samuel Ball

    Zack Kinney

    Guest Star

    Tamlyn Tomita

    Tamlyn Tomita

    Coroner Miwako Nishizawa

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Dekker: What's right for us is to find a witness that can say something good about Mr. Ramirez. Have you reached out to his mother yet?
        Stanton: Yeah, I've left messages. I've sent letters. She's probably afraid she'll be deported if she goes anywhere near a courthouse.
        Dekker: Let me have her number. Maybe I can offer her some reassurances.
        Stanton: You know, maybe the voice of a "big strong man" will change her mind.
        Dekker: This voice has changed the minds of a lot of women.

      • Dekker: Sarah Goodwin is representing Valerie Roberts?
        Stanton: My thoughts exactly. She actually called me "Miss Stanton." (Joe starts laughing) It's not funny. Lawyers who do TV belong in the 7th ring of hell.
        Dekker: I see Sarah's already beat you. She's got your mind. Now she's making you play her game. Law school should have toughened you up a little more than that.
        Stanton: Family court did. There was a judge there whose mission in life was to make me cry. I never gave him the satisfaction.
        (Joe looks at her expectantly.)
        Stanton: In the stairwell by myself… buckets.

      • Jaruszalski: What do you think, an oil rig five miles offshore?
        Winters: Our beach, our case.
        Jaruszalski: Good. I wouldn't mind getting a look at a working oil rig before Al Gore shuts 'em all down.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Although credited, Rachel Ticotin did not appear in this episode.

      • This episode marks the end of the creator credit on the sunset title card at the beginning of each episode. Dick Wolf's credit is now sequenced between Blake Masters' developer card and the writer card.

      • Original International Air Dates:
        Canada – November 10, 2010 on CTV
        Finland – May 2, 2011 on MTV3
        United Kingdom – September 19, 2011 on Universal Channel/Universal Channel HD
        Czech Republic – January 4, 2012 on Prima FAMILY

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Stanton: Lawyers who do TV belong in the 7th ring of hell.
        Lauren is referring to Dante's canticle "Inferno" from his epic poem Divine Comedy. The 7th ring of hell is reserved for the violent. She does not specify, though, which of the circles she believes is most appropriate for Ms. Goodwin: being immersed in boiling blood and fire, transformed into thorny bushes to be fed on by harpies or living on flaming sand with fiery flakes raining down on her.

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