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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
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Law and Order - Season 8, Episode 06: Baby, It's You (Part 1)In the second of Law & Order's three 'crossovers' with the Baltimore-based NBC crime series Homicide: Life on the Street, a teenaged model dies on the streets of New York, apparently the victim of toxic-shock syndrome. An autopsy reveals that the girl had been raped, a crime that would have to have been committed while she was in Baltimore. Thus, detective Lennie Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) calls in his Baltimore counterpart, John Munch (Richard Belzer), to assist in the investigation. Meanwhile, New York assistant DA McCoy (Sam Waterston) finds himself locked in a jurisdictional battle with the Baltimore DA -- a battle complicated by the actions of the dead girl's parents. In addition to Richard Belzer, Homicide regulars Jon Seda (Falsone) and Yaphet Kotto (Giardello) also appear. The first episode of the two-part 'Baby, It's You' aired as the November 11, 1997, installment of Law & Order; the conclusion was seen November 14 on Homicide: Life on the Street.
Creators of "Law and Order - Season 8"Dick WolfBirthdate: 20 December 1946, New York City, New York, USA
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