Law & Order/Admissions

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Season 9, Episode 22
Airdate May 19, 1999
Production Number E0224
Teleplay by Kathy McCormick &
Lynne E. Litt
Story by William N. Fordes &
Lynne E. Litt
Directed by Jace Alexander
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Admissions is the twenty-second episode of the ninth season of Law & Order, and the two hundred third episode overall.

Starring (Law): Jerry Orbach (Detective Lennie Briscoe), Benjamin Bratt (Detective Rey Curtis), S. Epatha Merkerson (Lt. Anita Van Buren)

Starring (Order): Sam Waterston (E.A.D.A. Jack McCoy), Angie Harmon (A.D.A. Abbie Carmichael), Steven Hill (D.A. Adam Schiff)

Guest Stars: Kurt Deutsch (Andrew), Christopher Gartin (Dennis Michaels), Maddie Corman (Melissa Slater), Frank Converse (Mr. Kelly), John Cunningham (Mr. Crowley), Paul Dillon (Eddie Clayman), Joanne Camp (Librarian), Michael Kell ()

with J.K. Simmons (Dr. Emil Skoda)

and Miguel Sandoval (Dr. Miguel Clemente)

with Donna Hanover (Judge Deborah Bourke), Catrina Ganey (Janet Renfro), Liz Larsen (Jessica Reed), Leslie Hendrix (Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers), John Gabriel (Bernard Kincaide), Isa Thomas (Melva Clayman), Sam Jaeger (Bill Conway), Francesca Carlin (Elizabeth Fong), Ezra Barnes (Justin McKenzie), Dylan Chalfy (Sean Tyler), Ana Reeder (Mary Uberti), Chris Ceraso (Rick Meyer), Don Creech (Tony Smith), David Wike (Rick Pendergrast), Ray Fitzgerald (Joe Ligelli), Margarita Espinosa (Carmela Hernandez), Amanda Spain (Kiki Samuels), Drew Starlin (Alex Brown), Tom Lock (Chip Morgan), Annette Arnold (Alana Werner), Harry Bouvy (Sam Welby)


Plot Overview

The murder of a female graduate student leads to a mathematics professor who is named the prime suspect, but the police are unable to place him at the scene of the crime.


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The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments