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"The Drowned and the Saved" is the 19th season finale of Law & Order.

DevelopmentEdit

This episode, inspired by the corruption charges against Governor Rod Blagojevich, concludes the storyline begun in "Excalibur."

PlotEdit

An investigation into the stabbing death of the head (Tom Bloom) of a prominent charity leads to two dominatrices (Jodie Markell and Tanya Fischer), a private investigator (Luke Kirby), an ambitious city councilwoman (Susan Kelechi Watson), the Governor (Tom Everett Scott) and First Lady (Alison Elliott) of New York, and a plot to sell a vacant U.S. Senate seat.

CastEdit

LawEdit

OrderEdit

ReceptionEdit

David Hinckley writes that the "subtly titled 'The Drowned and the Saved,' feels at times self-indulgent. The drama itself, by 'L&O' standards, gets a little heavy-handed and clunky."[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "TV Today," The Philadelphia Inquirer (Jun. 3, 2009).
  2. "TV Today," The Philadelphia Inquirer (Jun. 3, 2009).
  3. David Hinckley, "'Law & Order' finale is a fight over the real McCoy," New York Daily News (June 2nd 2009).

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