Law & Order

Season 8 Episode 6

Baby, It's You

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Nov 12, 1997 on NBC
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It's old home week for Briscoe when an apparent murder of a teenage model in New York develops ties to Baltimore, and Detectives Munch and Falsone pay a visit to the Big Apple to observe the case. Meanwhile, McCoy finds himself battling the attorney of the victim's parents for access to his clients and the Baltimore DA for jurisdiction.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Jerry Orbach

    Jerry Orbach

    Det. Lennie Briscoe

    Benjamin Bratt

    Benjamin Bratt

    Det. Rey Curtis

    S. Epatha Merkerson

    S. Epatha Merkerson

    Lt. Anita Van Buren

    Sam Waterston

    Sam Waterston

    Exec. ADA Jack McCoy

    Carey Lowell

    Carey Lowell

    ADA Jamie Ross

    Steven Hill

    Steven Hill

    DA Adam Schiff

    Richard Belzer

    Richard Belzer

    John Munch

    Guest Star

    Maureen Anderman

    Maureen Anderman

    Gayle Janaway

    Guest Star

    Dan Hedaya

    Dan Hedaya

    Leslie Drake

    Guest Star

    Gia Galeano

    Gia Galeano

    Gia

    Recurring Role

    Leslie Hendrix

    Leslie Hendrix

    M.E. Rogers

    Recurring Role

    John Fiore

    John Fiore

    Profaci

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Rey Curtis: You ever pay for it, Lennie?
        Lennie Briscoe: I was married, wasn't I?
        Elizabeth Rodgers: I heard that!

      • Special Agent John Law: (profiling the victim) The victim was a closely supervised teenage female. The offender probably spent a good amount of time observing her and planning his assault. Are you with me so far?
        Anita Van Buren: He stalked her. I got that.

      • Special Agent John Law: (continuing with his suspect profile, pointing away from the victim's family) This offender has a job that affords him mobility and unsupervised time. He's single, lower middle class, lives alone or with a domineering female. Now, this is the most important part.
        Anita Van Buren: Good!

      • Special Agent John Law: Now, investigating strategies. I suggest background checks on former nannies, housekeepers...
        Anita Van Buren: My detectives are already working on that.
        Special Agent John Law: I suggest checking their boyfriends and male relatives. I also suggest releasing a statement that you are close to identifying the offender. This strategy has proved successful...
        Anita Van Buren: (interrupting) Why don't we just let Mr. Drake leak it to the media?
        Leslie Drake: I resent that!
        Anita Van Buren: I'm sure you do!

      • Anita Van Buren: (about the profiler's report) Who paid for all this?
        Leslie Drake: [the Jannaways] paid for this!
        Anita Van Buren: Well, does Mr. Law know your clients haven't been ruled out as suspects?
        Special Agent John Law: I've ruled them out, one-hundred percent!
        Anita Van Buren: Well, thank you for coming.
        (Drake and Law leave, and Van Buren throws the report in the wastebasket.)

      • Jack McCoy: I warned you about interfering with our investigation!
        Leslie Drake: What investigation? I offered the police the services of a bona fide FBI man hunter, and what do they do? They dismiss his report, they ignore his recommendations, and they practically laugh in the man's face!
        Jack McCoy: They were a lot kinder than I would have been! If I see any more of this nonsense from you, I'll have the Ethics Committee sanction you for professional misconduct!

      • Leslie Drake: I see. You're gonna come after the Jannaways' counselor while their daughter's murderer is running around loose in the streets. I don't think that's gonna look very good!
        Jack McCoy: Not as bad as what you've been doing: leaking evidence, publishing suspect profiles. It looks like your clients are trying to poison the jury pool; they're better suspects than ever!
        Leslie Drake: How dare you say anything like that? You know something, you got a lot of nerve! And let me tell you something, you take one baby step toward my clients, I'm coming after you for slander and malicious prosecution!
        Jack McCoy: We prosecute who we see fit when we see fit, and you'd better not get in the way!
        Leslie Drake : I'm gonna run this ad from Monday through Sunday for two weeks, and every lead that comes in I'm gonna forward to the police. And, I expect them to follow up on each one of them!
        Jack McCoy: You don't dictate anything to us! You screw up this investigation, I'll see you get your license pulled! The Jannaways will be your LAST clients in the State of New York!

      • Emil Skoda: Jack, you're about to peer into a very ugly corner of the human heart. Bring a shovel.

      • Rey Curtis: Mmmm, how do you want to work the Baltimore angle? There's a housekeeper, Helen Crane? We should talk to her.
        Lennie Briscoe: We know people down there.
        Anita Van Buren: Pembleton?
        Lennie Briscoe: No, the one whose ex-wife I was sleeping with.
        Anita Van Buren: (to Curtis) Tell him he'll have to be more specific.
        (Curtis holds his hand up to say "No thanks".)
        Lennie Briscoe: The mediocre pool player.
        Anita Van Buren: Munch! (laughs)

      • Johnny Ramirez: (reading Munch's ID tag) Defective Monk?
        John Munch: Detective with a T, Munch as in lunch.

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