Another good episode from Law & Order. (mind you there might be some spoilers in this review). I should say it's a typical episode that we've come to expect.
In this case, there is an explosion of a package being delivered. The boys are on the case and we see things slowly revealed. We're led to a doctor studying DNA, specifically a gay gene. This character is played very well by Grant Shaud (from Murphy Brown fame). Of course no one on the show wants to know they're going to have a gay baby. Never the less, the detectives find out who is involved by looking at a Blackberry that they shouldn't have so as usual some evidence is thrown out.
The prosecutors have their work cut out for them and there is a twist at the end.
If I may for a moment...one thing I enjoy about Law and Order are the judges they use. In this episode it's Peter Parros. Yes, the judges have small parts, but they always portray judges as they really are. And they use them over and over again so as not to show an endless litany of judges.
Not outstanding this episode, but a fine one we've come to expect.