(Watching a video of Mr. Moore injecting his wife with insulin before having sex with her)
Jack McCoy: Now I've seen everything. What is that?
Lennie Briscoe: Skoda calls it necrophilia without tears.
(Discussing the conflicting explanations for Mrs. Moore's coma)
Abbie Carmichael: It's a suicide, it's an accident, it's a breath mint. This guy gives me a headache.
Dr. Stokes: Maybe I should call my attorney.
Lennie Briscoe: You can call the sugar plum fairy for all we care.
Abbie Carmichael: We just take it on the husband's word that this was an assisted suicide? They didn't leave a note, a videotape?
Lennie Briscoe: I guess they didn't read "Euthanasia for Dummies."
(After being told the victim was poisoned by a shot in the buttocks.)
Lennie Briscoe: A little jab'll do ya.
Elements of this episode appear to be ripped from the headlines of the Sunny von Bülow case. Sunny, an heiress and socialite, fell into a coma in December of 1980 due to an incident of what lab results indicated was hypoglycemia. Sunny's husband, Claus, was suspected and convicted of having administered a massive dose of insulin, though he was later freed on appeal where the cause of the coma was challenged by no fewer than eight medical experts.
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