Nitpick: Detectives Briscoe and Green's investigation takes them to interview the husband of the slain victim at 618 W. 18th Street, Manhattan, a street address that would be located in the Hudson River.
This is one of the only a handful of episodes in which the district attorney (Nora Lewin) appears in court.
Phillip Andrews (after Briscoe and Green announce his arrest): Get your commanding officer on the phone. I want to hear from him that I should be arrested.
Lennie Briscoe: On your feet pal! Your coverage doesn't provide for a second opinion.
Jack McCoy: Leon Gregg, 34. He was awaiting trial for robbery and his weight dropped 30 pounds in less than two months. Your medical treatment consisted of giving him an aspirin.
Suspect: I'm ... Regis Philbin.
Lennie Briscoe: Is that your final answer?
Abbie Carmichael: Okay, how about this? You let us fingerprint you and when the prints come back, they'll confirm that you're Regis Philbin.
(Watching a surveillance tape that shows girls buying clothes with a stolen credit card.)
Anita Van Buren: Add a charge of felony bad taste. Wearing white after Labor Day?
This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of the Kendra Webdale case. Andrew Goldstein, who had been suffering from poor mental health, had pushed the young woman in front of a train. Her death lead to the passing of Kendra's Law, which gave the courts the right to force medical treatment on a patient, but this law has been highly challenged.
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