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Episode 01: ThrillEpisode 02: DenialEpisode 03: Navy BluesEpisode 04: HarvestEpisode 05: NullificationEpisode 06: Baby, It's You (Part 1)Episode 07: Baby, It's You (Part 2)Episode 08: BloodEpisode 09: ShadowEpisode 10: BurnedEpisode 11: RitualEpisode 12: Under the InfluenceEpisode 13: EpertEpisode 14: CastoffEpisode 15: GriefEpisode 16: Faccia a FacciaEpisode 17: DivorceEpisode 18: CarrierEpisode 19: StalkerEpisode 20: DisappearedEpisode 21: BurdenEpisode 22: Bad GirlEpisode 23: DamagedEpisode 24: TabloidEpisode 25: Monster
Law and Order - Season 8, Episode 24: TabloidWhile investigating the rape of a ten-year-old girl, a grieving detective Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) is afforded the opportunity to avenge the death of his own daughter Cathy. Meanwhile, Assistant D.A. McCoy (Sam Waterston) faces a disciplinary committee to explain the questionable courtroom tactics used in the earlier episode 'Under the Influence'; McCoy's assistant Ross (Carey Lowell) may either lose her job or leave it voluntarily; and McCoy and Ross' boss Adam Schiff (Steven Hill) faces stiff opposition (most of it fomented by a couple of longtime enemies) during his re-election campaign. Though the central rape case is resolved, the fates of several series regulars are left hanging in this eighth season finale episode of Law & Order.
Creators of "Law and Order - Season 8"Dick WolfBirthdate: 20 December 1946, New York City, New York, USA
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