Law & Order

Season 6 Episode 16

Savior

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Mar 13, 1996 on NBC
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Savior
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A down-on-his-luck ad executive becomes the prime suspect when his wife and son are killed, and his daughter wounded on a night that he claims was spent drinking.

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  • A Feminist Wet Dream

    5.0
    This episode has everything a feminist would love. A mother and son is murdered and the prime suspect was the drunken loser of a husband. His defense lawyer is a man hating woman whose remarks to Claire Kincaid should be reported to him so she should be released but the real piece of work is Dr Olivet. She became a man hating bitch and ready to condemn him. There should have been a future episode where Olivet gets gang raped and killed. Then it turns out that the daughter had her boyfriend kill her mother and brother. Then at the end Claire and her friend playing raquetball lamenting about losing.moreless
Steven Hill

Steven Hill

DA Adam Schiff

Jerry Orbach

Jerry Orbach

Det. Lennie Briscoe

S. Epatha Merkerson

S. Epatha Merkerson

Lt. Anita Van Buren

Sam Waterston

Sam Waterston

Exec. ADA Jack McCoy

Benjamin Bratt

Benjamin Bratt

Det. Reynaldo 'Rey' Curtis

Jill Hennessy

Jill Hennessy

ADA Claire Kincaid

Brooke Smith

Brooke Smith

Margot Bell

Guest Star

Timothy Landfield

Timothy Landfield

Ron Weber

Guest Star

Ellen Pompeo

Ellen Pompeo

Jenna Weber

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Carolyn McCormick

Carolyn McCormick

Dr. Elizabeth Olivet

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (6)

    • Lennie Briscoe: Who would have thought of putting peanut butter on potatoes?
      Rey Curtis: Yeah, when's your physical?
      Lennie Briscoe: What? Peanut butter, potatoes, that's two of the three major food groups.

    • Lennie Briscoe: If he really loved his kids that much, he would've been there to tuck them in that night.
      Rey Curtis: You never drank too much and blacked out?
      Lennie Briscoe: Hey, I missed the whole Carter administration, but I was always home for breakfast.

    • Lennie Briscoe: He's a drunk, and she handles licenses to sell booze. Marriage made in heaven.
      Rey Curtis: One thing about the Liquor Authority, you can trust them to be straight shooters.
      Lennie Briscoe: That's a bad joke, detective.

    • Lennie Briscoe: How long have you been drinking, Mr. Weber?
      Ron Weber: Excuse me?
      Lennie Briscoe: Your eyes, those hands . . . many's the morning I've had a head like that.

    • Chester Manning: Hey, don't I get a lawyer or something?
      Rey Curtis: I'll bring you the Yellow Pages. They got pictures.

    • Margot Bell: What does a lawyer have in common with a sperm cell?
      Claire Kincaid: Both have a one-in-a-million chance of becoming a human being.

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  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • One of Weber's co-workers says he was talking about "pulling a Willy Loman" (a euphemism for committing suicide). This is a reference to the main character in the Arthur Miller play Death of a Salesman.

    • One of Weber's acquaintances describes him as being "like Norman Rockwell married." Norman Rockwell was an American painter who is known for his depictions of idyllic small town family life.

    • Claire Kincaid: What about John List?
      John List killed his wife, their three children, and his mother in 1971. He then moved away and assumed a new identity. He was eventually captured in 1989 after America's Most Wanted did a story about the case and his neighbor recognized him.

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