I feel lucky to have worked on LAW & ORDER for what turned out to be its final four seasons. I’ll always be proud to have been a part of this epic NYC and TV institution. It’s truly the end of an era.
My last episode, co-written with Ed Zuckerman and Luke Schelhaas, aired on March 22, 2010. Here’s NBC’s plot description:
- Law & Order “Four Cops Shot” Air Date 3/22/2010 (10 PM ET/ 9C Monday NBC) – AN ENTIRE COMMUNITY IS SHAKEN WHEN FOUR POLICE OFFICERS ARE SHOT – When Detectives Cyrus Lupo (Jeremy Sisto) and Kevin Bernard (Anthony Anderson) arrive on the scene of four fallen police officers, they have to act fast to find the shooter. With a room full of witnesses, they have a description of the culprit but little else. The case becomes even more complex when the detectives discover that the police officers may have known the shooter. The investigation quickly leads them to a circuit of drug dealers, a jealous husband and a remorseful judge who are all pieces of a larger puzzle. Also starring: S. Epatha Merkerson (Lieutenant Anita Van Buren), Sam Waterston (District Attorney Jack McCoy), Alana De La Garza (Connie Rubirosa) and Linus Roache (Michael Cutter).
Here are some other episodes I wrote or co-wrote:
- Law & Order Season 20: “Boy on Fire” (guest star Debra Winger)
- A Baltimore Sun article about “Boy on Fire”
- Law & Order Season 20: “Blackmail” (guest star Samantha Bee)
- Law & Order Season 20: “Human Flesh Search Engine” (guest star Rob Corddry)
- Law & Order Season 19: “Chattel”
- Law & Order Season 19: “Anchors Away” (guest star Jill Eikenberry)
- Law & Order Season 19: “Lucky Stiff” (guest star Robert Iler)
- Law & Order Season 19: “Knock-Off” (guest star Katee Sackhoff)
- Law & Order Season 18: “Personae Non Grata” (guest star Melissa Leo)
- Law & Order Season 17: “Bling”