Det. Robert Goren
Det. Alexandra Eames
Capt. James Deakins
Goren: Now, if seven hundred is thirty-six percent, what is the total population?
Eames: One thousand, nine hundred and forty-six (1,946)
When calculating the total population based on the percentage of inmates tested for drugs, the answer given is wrong. The correct answer is 1,944, so it is off by 15, not 17
Van Buren has made three unsuccessful attempts to get Logan, who has been a detective for eighteen years, back on her team.
Mike Logan: I've been a detective for 18 years; I think I'd like to join this party.
Capt. Deakins: As you said, we're Major Case. Let me discuss it with my detectives.
Mike Logan: No problem. Maybe I'll have some of your major coffee.
Robert Goren: Do you remember Guard Kenna?
Chocolate Jimmy: Kenna, yeah. I remember him. Sure.
Alex Eames: You had a dust-up with him for wearing double clothes.
Chocolate Jimmy: He had me strip down to my kimono, so all the people in the galleries could see.
Jimmy's Mom: You probably liked that.
Chocolate Jimmy: Shut up, Ma, they're talkin' to me!
Robert Goren: Is your mom right, Jimmy? Or or did you feel humiliated?
Chocolate Jimmy: I'm no Anna Nicole. I don't like bein' made a spectacle.
Alex Eames: Then you'll be happy to know Guard Kenna was stabbed to death in his building two days ago.
Robert Goren: Do you know anything about that, Jimmy?
Jimmy's Mom: He doesn't know anything. He just sits around eating biscuits. "Get a hobby," I tell him.
Chocolate Jimmy: I know things, Ma!
Jimmy's Mom: Ungrateful, biscuit-eating son-of-a-bitch!
(Goren and Logan prepare to enter Brooklyn Federal Prison.)
C.O. in Cage: Let me have your weapons, phones. You know the drill.
Mike Logan: I guess if we need one we can always borrow from an inmate.
Mike Logan: Funny how bad apples always find each other.
Robert Goren: Well, maybe it's the barrels that make the apples bad.
(Goren has folders spread all over the floor.)
Alex Eames I didn't know you could play Twister by yourself.
Alex Eames: So this is the Logan who threw a punch at a city councilman ten years ago. Made him a hero to guys like my dad.
Alex Eames: Maybe Jimmy does have a hobby ... confessing.
(Goren wonders why the officer pulled up the victim's pants.)
Officer Liss: Yeah, okay, his jingus was out. I didn't think a brother officer needed his wife knowing he got shivved getting hooker service. Look, I thought he was a cop.
Robert Goren: Next time, remember that you're a cop and do not disturb the crime scene.
This episode first aired on Net 5 in the Netherlands on March 24, 2007.
Although he did appear in a Law & Order telemovie, this is the first time that Chris Noth has appeared as the character of Mike Logan since leaving the series in 1995. Noth had been the final member of the original Law & Order cast (although Steven Hill had also been with the series since the first season, he was not actually an original cast member).
Mike Logan: Oh, the Patriot Act, yeah, well, I read that in its original title: 1984.
Logan was referring to George Orwell's novel about an oppressive regime.
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