Friday, January 9, 2009

Law & Order “Pledge” Episode Information

Information about the January 21 episode of Law & Order (NBC) titled “Pledge” has been released. (Note: There won’t be a new episode of Law & Order SVU that same week,)

Law & Order “Pledge” Air Date January 21, 2009

Harold and Joyce Foley (guest stars Stephen Kunken and Erin Dilly), both well-known biologists at a local university, come home to find their young son Eric (guest star Timothee Chalamet) and the housekeeper brutally murdered. Detectives Lupo (Jeremy Sisto) and Bernard (Anthony Anderson) believe that the Foley's work on a controversial pharmaceutical study made them targets for the killer. Ned Lasky (guest star Matt Malloy), a reporter for Science Today who may have some serious emotional issues, has also been harassing the Foley's. Lupo and Bernard take Joyce on a trip down memory lane to a sorority party 30 years ago to find some answers. With very little evidence to work with, A.D.A's Michael Cutter (Linus Roache) and Connie Rubirosa (Alana de la Garza) work diligently to track down a key witness who was there. Also stars S. Epatha Merkerson and Sam Waterston.

My recap and review of Law & Order "Pledge" can be found at this link.

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Rachel said...

Do you know who played Molly, the daughter in this episode?

All Things Law and Order said...

Brooke Bloom played Molly. I have the cast information on the recap, here:

Karen said...

Law and Order- please have your producers check on the pronunciation of Amherst, Massachusetts before using again on a show.
AM-HURST - is the incorrect way to say it. AMURST is the correct way to say it. Hearing someone pronounce the H in Amherst is the best indication that they are not from the area and it makes us Baystaters crazy!
Ditto for New Haven, Connecticut. It is pronounced as one word Newhaven-no emphasis on the N or New. Yale University tends to pop up a lot on the show so I’m putting my two cents in for our New Englanders to the south.