Law & Order

Season 20 Episode 7

Boy Gone Astray

Aired Monday 10:00 PM Nov 06, 2009 on NBC



  • Trivia

    • Goof: When Mr. Woll arrives in court to represent the three young males, he states, "We have three juveniles, two 14-year-olds and a 16-year-old without records." In New York state, all 16-year-olds are considered to be adults and are always tried as such for any crime, including misdemeanors.

  • Quotes

    • Michael Cutter: A firefight over a couple of songs, unbelievable.
      Connie Rubirosa: As if these cartels need a pretext to kill.

    • Connie Rubirosa: These guys are folk heroes.
      Jack McCoy: Not to mention pushers and murderers.
      Connie Rubirosa: Well, you'd have to know Mexico's colonial history. Banditos fought the power. Banditos like my ancestor, Juan Cortina. People revered them.
      Jack McCoy: Your ancestor, maybe I should keep a closer eye on you. So the Vela cartel targeted Nina Wilshire because she was in a song that extolled the virtues of a rival cartel.
      Kevin Bernard: Yeah, well, it's called talking smack with a semi-automatic.

    • Jack McCoy: A Mexican drug cartel is relying on children to carry out their murders?
      Michael Cutter: These children are trained assassins.

    • Cyrus Lupo: Skunk weed. Forget interiors, our gal was designing drug deals.
      Kevin Bernard: That's a hazardous occupation.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of the ongoing armed conflict between Mexico and drug cartels, along with its casualties across the border.

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