Saturday, April 5, 2008

Law & Order New Episode “Burn Card"

NBC has released the episode information for the next L&O episode, which will be Jesse L. Martin’s last, and Anthony Anderson’s first. It’s has a bit of a SPOILER so those of you who don’t want advance notice, don’t read the episode information below. The air date was not released, but seeing that it was already reported by previous sources that the next L&O episode will be April 23, and it will be Anthony Anderson’s first, I assume the airdate for "Burn Card" will be April 23.


Episode Titled "Burn Card"

THE DEATH OF AN AVID GAMBLER PUTS DETECTIVE ED GREEN’S (JESSE L. MARTIN) BADGE IN JEOPARDY FORCING HIM TO REVEAL HIS TROUBLED PAST. INTERNAL AFFAIRS DETECTIVE KEVIN BERNARD (ANTHONY ANDERSON) IS ASSIGNED TO THE CASE.

A part-time referee is found murdered, and Detectives Ed Green (Martin) and Cyrus Lupo (Jeremy Sisto) investigate the victim’s gambling habits. The detectives are led to notorious hustler, “"Bunny” (guest star Bobby Jones), a familiar face from Detective Green’s past. When "“Bunny” is found dead, Detective Lupo is called to the scene and discovers his partner, Detective Green, is the shooter causing confusion in the department and disbelief in the DA's office. The case is turned over to internal affairs Detective Kevin Bernard (Anthony Anderson) and Sergeant Gregory Cole (guest star Peter Bradbury), leaving Detective Green to face his dark past and in danger of losing his badge. Sam Waterston, S. Epatha Merkerson, Linus Roache and Alana De La Garza also star.

Starring: S. Epatha Merkerson, Jesse L. Martin, Sam Waterston, Alana De La Garza, Jeremy Sisto, Linus Roache

NOTE: My review of “Burn Card” can be found HERE.


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1 comment:

samfan said...

This sounds great. I wonder how the LT. and McCoy will handle this since they have both worked with Green for so long. I hope McCoy will get involved in this case because of his connection with Green and since Cutter hasn't worked with him that long. I wonder, as well, how Lupo will handle a new partner so soon, and how Van Buren will act with another new detective. This should be interesting. Great post and thanks for the info, as always.