Homicide: Life on the Street Season 3 Episode 15 : Law and Disorder

Pembleton receives an extradited prisoner from New York City Detective Logan. Bayliss is put in charge of investigating the death of Gordon Pratt, but gets no cooperation from anyone on the force. Beau wants to return to active duty. A woman recognizes Munch from an old picture that is hanging in an art gallery across from the precinct. To Munch's embarassment he discovers that an old girlfriend, who's a photographer, is displaying an old picture of him in the buff at her gallery showing. Pembleton and Meldrick investigate a random shooting of a woman, and they clash over where the weapon may have been fired. They also find a woman who's shot her boyfriend and stuffed him in the freezer. Beau accompanies Gee on an investigation and must come to grips with his inability to look at a dead body the same way.

NameHomicide: Life on the Street Season 3 Episode 15: Law and Disorder
Air DateFebruary 24th, 1995
GenresMystery, Drama, Crime
NetworkNBC
Production CompaniesThames Television, Baltimore Pictures, Fatima Productions, MCEG/Sterling Entertainment, NBC Studios, Reeves Entertainment Group
WriterBonnie Mark
DirectorJohn McNaughton
Guest StarsValerie Perrine, John Waters, Dana Ivey, Kristin Rohde, Ralph Tabakin, Chris Noth
Plot Keywordsbased on novel or book, police, baltimore, murder, police detective, baltimore maryland, homicide detective, police department, police protagonist
Richard Belzer
Richard Belzer
John Munch
Andre Braugher
Andre Braugher
Frank Pembleton
Clark Johnson
Clark Johnson
Meldrick Lewis
Yaphet Kotto
Yaphet Kotto
Al Giardello
Melissa Leo
Melissa Leo
Kay Howard
Ned Beatty
Ned Beatty
Stanley Bolander

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