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Logan goes to war with an ambitious A.D.A. planning to run for Attorney General, after a deathbed confession to a priest reopens an investigation into a 16-year-old case where she may have prosecuted the wrong person for personal gain.

Director:

Tom DiCillo

Writers:

Dick Wolf (created by), Rene Balcer (developed by) (as René Balcer) | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Noth ... Mike Logan
Julianne Nicholson ... Megan Wheeler
Eric Bogosian ... Danny Ross
Denis O'Hare ... Father Shea
James Murtaugh ... Alan Bottner
Kate Blumberg ... Mary Ann
Chris McKinney ... Randy Nichols
Guy Boyd ... Detective
Leslie Hendrix ... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
Kene Holiday ... Cold Case Detective (as Kene Holliday)
Steven Marcus ... Squeegee Guy
Jonathan Cake ... Colin Ledger
Leslie Hope ... Terri Driver
Ean Sheehy Ean Sheehy ... Joshua Simmons
Caroline Clay ... Vertel Davis (as Caroline Stefanie Clay)
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Logan goes to war with an ambitious A.D.A. planning to run for Attorney General, after a deathbed confession to a priest reopens an investigation into a 16-year-old case where she may have prosecuted the wrong person for personal gain.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 August 2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Chris Noth (Mike Logan) & James Murtaugh (?) also worked together on episode 2.13, The Good Wife: Real Deal (2011), of The Good Wife (2009) and two episodes of Law & Order (1990). See more »

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We Say Goodbye To Mike Logan
10 October 2012 | by anderbiltSee all my reviews

In the character of Mike Logan, Dick Wolf and Chris Noth created the most fascinating and watchable of all the Law & Order precinct dwellers over the years.

In the time leading up to this episode, fans of the Law & Order franchise were able, not just to view and enjoy, but to feast on the best of the writing done for any of the franchises. This last episode featuring the Logan character delivers in the finest traditions of the best episodes featuring that problematic character of Logan. He blazed a fiery arc over his story lines in any incarnation of the show, and goes out with the fire he showed whenever he walked into the squad room or the captain's office.

As a longtime fan of the original Law & Order franchise, I was saddened at its ending a few years ago. I found the Law & Order Criminal Intent episodes in daytime TV repeats, and happily discovered the three dozen or so Mike Logan stories they presented.

The final Logan stories, under captains played by Jamie Sheridan and Eric Bogosian, embody the best writing and performing I personally had ever seen in the whole L/O series.

Whatever different creative influences and agendas went into production of the various Law and Order series over the years, the most apparent thing to me is that the Mike Logan character had to be the series creator's favorite. You get a product like Logan's final three dozen stories when the act is a true labor of love for the writers and actors.

This episode is exciting, compelling, happy and sad to a richly satisfying degree, and evokes the large history of the franchise itself. Enjoy it.


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