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[[image:SLU_Logo.JPG|thumb|300px|''Law and Order: Special Letters Unit'' title card.]]
 
[[image:SLU_Logo.JPG|thumb|300px|''Law and Order: Special Letters Unit'' title card.]]
 
[[Image:Speciallettersunit.jpg|thumb|300px|The cast of ''Law & Order: Special Letters Unit'']]
 
[[Image:Speciallettersunit.jpg|thumb|300px|The cast of ''Law & Order: Special Letters Unit'']]
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'''''Law & Order''''' is a television police procedural and legal drama set and shot in [[New York City]]. The award-winning ''Law & Order'' and its several spin-off series ("Special Victims Unit", "Criminal Intent", "Trial by Jury", "Los Angeles") are broadcast on the [[NBC]] network and syndicated on other networks. The franchise totals more than 700 hour-long episodes.
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'''''Law & Order''''' is a television police procedural and legal drama set and shot in [[New York City]]. The award-winning ''Law & Order'' and its several spin-off series ("Special Victims Unit", "Criminal Intent", "Trial by Jury", "Los Angeles") are broadcast on the [[NBC]] network and syndicated on other networks. The franchise totals more than 700 hour-long episodes. Foreign adaptations include ''Law & Order: UK'', ''Paris enquêtes criminelles'' and Russian adaptations of SVU and CI.
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Several ''Law & Order'' franchise cast members (such as [[Christopher Meloni]] and [[Richard Belzer]]) have appeared in Henson/Muppet productions. Additionally, the format of the shows and the large number of episodes require a substantial amount of non-recurring and incidental characters per episode (witnesses, judges, attorneys, etc.) As a result many ''Sesame Street'' cast members have played guest roles in episodes, often returning as different characters. When [[Sonia Manzano]] appeared as a trial witness in a 2004 episode, she remarked that "the sound guy kept calling me Maria and telling me he grew up watching me. It was funny."<ref>Madden, Mekeisha. "Sesame Street Celebrates 35 Years of Teaching Kids." ''The Detroit News''. 2004</ref>
Several ''Law & Order'' franchise cast members (such as [[Christopher Meloni]] and [[Richard Belzer]]) have appeared in Henson/Muppet productions. Additionally, the format of the shows and the large number of episodes require a substantial amount of non-recurring and incidental characters per episode (witnesses, judges, attorneys, etc.) As a result many ''Sesame Street'' cast members have played guest roles in episodes, often returning as different characters. When [[Sonia Manzano]] appeared as a trial witness in a 2004 episode, she remarked that "the sound guy kept calling me Maria and telling me he grew up watching me. It was funny." <ref>Madden, Mekeisha. "Sesame Street Celebrates 35 Years of Teaching Kids." ''The Detroit News''. 2004</ref>
 
   
 
==Muppet Mentions==
 
==Muppet Mentions==
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* In the ''Law & Order'' episode "Patient Zero" (October 8, 2003), when a uniformed cop uses euphemisms to avoid even mild curse words, Briscoe says, "What precinct are you from? Sesame Street?"
 
* In the ''Law & Order'' episode "Patient Zero" (October 8, 2003), when a uniformed cop uses euphemisms to avoid even mild curse words, Briscoe says, "What precinct are you from? Sesame Street?"
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* In the ''Law & Order: UK'' episode "Survivor" (7 October 2010), Sergeant Ronnie Brooks questions a suspect if a prison officer piss off a few of his pals on ''[[Fraggle Rock (UK)|Fraggle Rock]]''.
   
 
*In the ''Law & Order: SVU'' episode "Imprisoned Lives" (September 25, 2013), the detectives are called to an incident involving a Times Square walk-around performer as a colorful monster "MO-MO." Rollins wonders "Again? What is it with these guys?" The character (played by Muppet performer [[Rick Lyon]]) is a reference to the many unauthorized Times Square costume characters, including [[Elmo]], and various incidents in which they have been reported as aggressively panhandling, entering altercations with tourists, or been arrested.
 
*In the ''Law & Order: SVU'' episode "Imprisoned Lives" (September 25, 2013), the detectives are called to an incident involving a Times Square walk-around performer as a colorful monster "MO-MO." Rollins wonders "Again? What is it with these guys?" The character (played by Muppet performer [[Rick Lyon]]) is a reference to the many unauthorized Times Square costume characters, including [[Elmo]], and various incidents in which they have been reported as aggressively panhandling, entering altercations with tourists, or been arrested.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
* ''[[Sesame Street]]'' [[Season 37]] brought "'''Law and Order: Special Letters Unit'''", a parody of the television series ''[[Law & Order|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit]]'', to the show's line-up.
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* ''[[Sesame Street]]'' [[Season 37 (2006)|Season 37]] brought "'''Law and Order: Special Letters Unit'''", a parody of the television series ''[[Law & Order|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit]]'', to the show's line-up.
   
 
{{quote|In the [[alphabet]] system, there are 26 letters. The detectives who investigate these ABCs are members of an elite squad called the Special Letters Unit. These are their stories.}}
 
{{quote|In the [[alphabet]] system, there are 26 letters. The detectives who investigate these ABCs are members of an elite squad called the Special Letters Unit. These are their stories.}}
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:The sketch features [[Anything Muppets|Anything Muppet]] caricatures of ''Special Victims Unit'' cast members [[Christopher Meloni|Meloni]], [[Mariska Hargitay|Hargitay]], [[Richard Belzer|Belzer]], and [[Dann Florek|Florek]] on a case for a missing letter "[[M]]". The sketch also parodies the show's format and infamous musical sting. As they investigate, they find things that start with the letter "M", including [[cows|a cow]] named Murray ([[Eric Jacobson]]) that makes mmooo sounds and [[ducks|a mallard]] ([[Tyler Bunch]]). In the end, the detectives recognize the missing letter "M" ([[Matt Vogel]]) walking into the police station wearing a phony moustache, and the case is solved.
 
:The sketch features [[Anything Muppets|Anything Muppet]] caricatures of ''Special Victims Unit'' cast members [[Christopher Meloni|Meloni]], [[Mariska Hargitay|Hargitay]], [[Richard Belzer|Belzer]], and [[Dann Florek|Florek]] on a case for a missing letter "[[M]]". The sketch also parodies the show's format and infamous musical sting. As they investigate, they find things that start with the letter "M", including [[cows|a cow]] named Murray ([[Eric Jacobson]]) that makes mmooo sounds and [[ducks|a mallard]] ([[Tyler Bunch]]). In the end, the detectives recognize the missing letter "M" ([[Matt Vogel]]) walking into the police station wearing a phony moustache, and the case is solved.
   
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File:SLU1.JPG|{{GNH|Meloni}}[[Joey Mazzarino]] as Det. Elliot Stabler ([[Christopher Meloni]])
 
File:SLU1.JPG|{{GNH|Meloni}}[[Joey Mazzarino]] as Det. Elliot Stabler ([[Christopher Meloni]])
 
File:SLU2.JPG|{{GNH|Mariska}}[[Fran Brill]] as Det. Olivia Benson ([[Mariska Hargitay]])
 
File:SLU2.JPG|{{GNH|Mariska}}[[Fran Brill]] as Det. Olivia Benson ([[Mariska Hargitay]])
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:The sketch appears as a bonus feature on the North American DVD release of ''Law and Order: Special Victims Unit'' season six.
 
:The sketch appears as a bonus feature on the North American DVD release of ''Law and Order: Special Victims Unit'' season six.
   
:In a [[TV Guide]] interview, ''Sesame Street'' producer [[Carol-Lynn Parente]] expressed interest in taping more segments for [[Season 38]], possibly featuring the voices of the original actors. ''Special Victims Unit'' is filmed and produced in [[Kaufman Astoria Studios]], the same studio ''[[Sesame Street]]'' is filmed in. However, while no other Muppets segments have been produced, several cast members appeared in Season 38, mostly filmed behind their desks.
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:In a [[TV Guide]] interview, ''Sesame Street'' producer [[Carol-Lynn Parente]] expressed interest in taping more segments for [[Season 38 (2007)|Season 38]], possibly featuring the voices of the original actors. ''Special Victims Unit'' is filmed and produced in [[Kaufman Astoria Studios]], the same studio ''[[Sesame Street]]'' is filmed in. However, while no other Muppets segments have been produced, several cast members appeared in Season 38, mostly filmed behind their desks.
 
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:*As an example of that, in [[Episode 4148]] from Season 38, [[Christopher Meloni]] from ''Law & Order: SVU'' appeared in a "[[What's the Word on the Street?|Word on the Street]]" segment. He was introduced with the ''Law & Order'' series' "chung-chung" transitional sound, and appeared behind a SVU police report to discuss "mail."
 
:*As an example of that, in [[Episode 4148]] from Season 38, [[Christopher Meloni]] from ''Law & Order: SVU'' appeared in a "[[What's the Word on the Street?|Word on the Street]]" segment. He was introduced with the ''Law & Order'' series' "chung-chung" transitional sound, and appeared behind a SVU police report to discuss "mail."
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:Muppet performers/''Sesame Street'' regulars
 
:Muppet performers/''Sesame Street'' regulars
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Image:Carlosalban-l&o1.jpg|{{GNH|[[Carlo Alban]]}}Damien<br>"Trophy", 1996
 
Image:Carlosalban-l&o1.jpg|{{GNH|[[Carlo Alban]]}}Damien<br>"Trophy", 1996
 
Image:Carloalban-l&o.jpg|{{GNH|[[Carlo Alban]]}}Ramon Soriano,<br>suspect<br>"Surrender Dorothy", 2000
 
Image:Carloalban-l&o.jpg|{{GNH|[[Carlo Alban]]}}Ramon Soriano,<br>suspect<br>"Surrender Dorothy", 2000
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*[[Frances Foster]] played Mary Tillar ("Mother Love," 1993)
 
*[[Frances Foster]] played Mary Tillar ("Mother Love," 1993)
 
*[[Keith Hernandez]] played Drew Harding in ("Wager," 1994)
 
*[[Keith Hernandez]] played Drew Harding in ("Wager," 1994)
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*[[Ellen Greene]] played Karen Gaines in "Bitter Fruit" (1995)
 
*[[Bob Gunton]] played Gil Hines ("Happily Ever After," 1990)
 
*[[Bob Gunton]] played Gil Hines ("Happily Ever After," 1990)
 
*[[Russell Horton]] played Markham ("Prescription for Death," 1990)
 
*[[Russell Horton]] played Markham ("Prescription for Death," 1990)
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:Muppet performers/''Sesame Street'' regulars
 
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Image:Jenniferbarnhart-ci.jpg|{{GNH|[[Jennifer Barnhart]]}}Jessie (and her puppet Sabrina) <br>"Web," 2006
 
Image:Jenniferbarnhart-ci.jpg|{{GNH|[[Jennifer Barnhart]]}}Jessie (and her puppet Sabrina) <br>"Web," 2006
 
Image:Jenniferbarnhart-svu2.jpg|{{GNH|[[Jennifer Barnhart]]}}Det. Lorna Diamond<br/>Chicago detective<br>"Behave," 2010
 
Image:Jenniferbarnhart-svu2.jpg|{{GNH|[[Jennifer Barnhart]]}}Det. Lorna Diamond<br/>Chicago detective<br>"Behave," 2010
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Image:Barbaradana-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Barbara Dana]]}}Veterinarian<br>"Lust," 2002
 
Image:Barbaradana-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Barbara Dana]]}}Veterinarian<br>"Lust," 2002
 
Image:Emiliodelgado-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Emilio Delgado]]}}Enrique Diaz<br>"Inconceivable", 2008
 
Image:Emiliodelgado-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Emilio Delgado]]}}Enrique Diaz<br>"Inconceivable", 2008
Image:Billirwin-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Bill Irwin]]}}Dr. Lindstrom<br>recurring, 2013-2016
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Image:Billirwin-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Bill Irwin]]}}Dr. Lindstrom<br>recurring, 2013-2017
 
Image:Ricklyon-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Rick Lyon]]}}MO-MO Performer<br>"Imprisoned Lives," 2013
 
Image:Ricklyon-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Rick Lyon]]}}MO-MO Performer<br>"Imprisoned Lives," 2013
Image:Sonia Manzano SVU Nov2013.jpg|{{GNH|[[Sonia Manzano]]}}Judge Gloria Pepitone<br>recurring, 2013-2015<br>"Undercover Blue," "Dissonant Voices",<br>"Spring Awakening," "Devastating Story," "Misunderstanding"
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Image:Ricklyon-svu2.jpg|{{GNH|Rick Lyon}}Marv (and his puppet Harv)<br>"Missing", 2019
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Image:Sonia Manzano SVU Nov2013.jpg|{{GNH|[[Sonia Manzano]]}}Judge Gloria Pepitone<br>recurring, 2013-2018<br>8 episodes
 
Image:Roscoeorman-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Roscoe Orman]]}}Bryant Davis<br>animal control officer<br>"Signature," 2008
 
Image:Roscoeorman-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Roscoe Orman]]}}Bryant Davis<br>animal control officer<br>"Signature," 2008
 
Image:Lilliaswhite-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Lillias White]]}}Sacred Spirit Minister<br>"Careless", 2004
 
Image:Lilliaswhite-svu.jpg|{{GNH|[[Lillias White]]}}Sacred Spirit Minister<br>"Careless", 2004
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*[[Rhea Perlman]] played Roxana Fox ("Unorthodox," 2008)
 
*[[Rhea Perlman]] played Roxana Fox ("Unorthodox," 2008)
 
*[[Mo Rocca]] played a protest leader ("Authority," 2008)
 
*[[Mo Rocca]] played a protest leader ("Authority," 2008)
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*[[Gabrielle Ruiz]] played Tina ("Deadly Ambition," 2013)
 
*[[Susan Saint James]] played Monica Bradshaw ("Gone," 2006)
 
*[[Susan Saint James]] played Monica Bradshaw ("Gone," 2006)
 
*[[The Kids|Sean Sanders]] played Caleb ("Appearances," 2003)
 
*[[The Kids|Sean Sanders]] played Caleb ("Appearances," 2003)
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*[[Nicole Sullivan]] played Jen Caulder ("Contact," 2000)
 
*[[Nicole Sullivan]] played Jen Caulder ("Contact," 2000)
 
*[[Jeffrey Tambor]] played Attorney Ben Cohen ("Funny Valentine," "Traumatic Wound," "American Tragedy," 2013)
 
*[[Jeffrey Tambor]] played Attorney Ben Cohen ("Funny Valentine," "Traumatic Wound," "American Tragedy," 2013)
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*[[David Titus]] played a clerk ("Noncompliance," 2000)
 
*[[Bill Walsh]] played Lieutenant Igel ("Trade," 2008)
 
*[[Bill Walsh]] played Lieutenant Igel ("Trade," 2008)
 
*[[Tyler James Williams]] played Kyle McGovern ("Parts," 2005)
 
*[[Tyler James Williams]] played Kyle McGovern ("Parts," 2005)
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'''Guest Appearances:'''
 
'''Guest Appearances:'''
 
:''Sesame Street'' regulars/Muppet performers
 
:''Sesame Street'' regulars/Muppet performers
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Image:Carloalban-ci.jpg|{{GNH|[[Carlo Alban]]}}James Raphael<br>"Ex Stasis", 2005
 
Image:Carloalban-ci.jpg|{{GNH|[[Carlo Alban]]}}James Raphael<br>"Ex Stasis", 2005
 
Image:Alisonbartlett-ci1.jpg|{{GNH|[[Alison Bartlett]]}}Allison Dean<br>"Seizure", 2002
 
Image:Alisonbartlett-ci1.jpg|{{GNH|[[Alison Bartlett]]}}Allison Dean<br>"Seizure", 2002
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SLU Logo

Law and Order: Special Letters Unit title card.

Speciallettersunit

The cast of Law & Order: Special Letters Unit

BearOnPatrol SPU

Bear on Patrol: Special Produce Unit title card.

Law & Order is a television police procedural and legal drama set and shot in New York City. The award-winning Law & Order and its several spin-off series ("Special Victims Unit", "Criminal Intent", "Trial by Jury", "Los Angeles") are broadcast on the NBC network and syndicated on other networks. The franchise totals more than 700 hour-long episodes. Foreign adaptations include Law & Order: UK, Paris enquêtes criminelles and Russian adaptations of SVU and CI. Several Law & Order franchise cast members (such as Christopher Meloni and Richard Belzer) have appeared in Henson/Muppet productions. Additionally, the format of the shows and the large number of episodes require a substantial amount of non-recurring and incidental characters per episode (witnesses, judges, attorneys, etc.) As a result many Sesame Street cast members have played guest roles in episodes, often returning as different characters. When Sonia Manzano appeared as a trial witness in a 2004 episode, she remarked that "the sound guy kept calling me Maria and telling me he grew up watching me. It was funny."[1]

Muppet MentionsEdit

Momo-svu1

"Mo-Mo," an Elmo parody on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

  • In the sixth season Law & Order episode "Savior" (March 13, 1996), Detective Rey Curtis says of a murder suspect "That guy pulls more strings than Jim Henson."
  • In the Law & Order episode "American Jihad" (October 2, 2002), Detective Lennie Briscoe retorts with the sarcastic wisecrack "I guess I missed that day on Sesame Street" after a suspect makes an overly technical remark about medical research.
  • In the Law & Order episode "Patient Zero" (October 8, 2003), when a uniformed cop uses euphemisms to avoid even mild curse words, Briscoe says, "What precinct are you from? Sesame Street?"
  • In the Law & Order: UK episode "Survivor" (7 October 2010), Sergeant Ronnie Brooks questions a suspect if a prison officer piss off a few of his pals on Fraggle Rock.
  • In the Law & Order: SVU episode "Imprisoned Lives" (September 25, 2013), the detectives are called to an incident involving a Times Square walk-around performer as a colorful monster "MO-MO." Rollins wonders "Again? What is it with these guys?" The character (played by Muppet performer Rick Lyon) is a reference to the many unauthorized Times Square costume characters, including Elmo, and various incidents in which they have been reported as aggressively panhandling, entering altercations with tourists, or been arrested.

ReferencesEdit

  • Sesame Street Season 37 brought "Law and Order: Special Letters Unit", a parody of the television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, to the show's line-up.

In the alphabet system, there are 26 letters. The detectives who investigate these ABCs are members of an elite squad called the Special Letters Unit. These are their stories.

The sketch features Anything Muppet caricatures of Special Victims Unit cast members Meloni, Hargitay, Belzer, and Florek on a case for a missing letter "M". The sketch also parodies the show's format and infamous musical sting. As they investigate, they find things that start with the letter "M", including a cow named Murray (Eric Jacobson) that makes mmooo sounds and a mallard (Tyler Bunch). In the end, the detectives recognize the missing letter "M" (Matt Vogel) walking into the police station wearing a phony moustache, and the case is solved.
The sketch appears as a bonus feature on the North American DVD release of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit season six.
In a TV Guide interview, Sesame Street producer Carol-Lynn Parente expressed interest in taping more segments for Season 38, possibly featuring the voices of the original actors. Special Victims Unit is filmed and produced in Kaufman Astoria Studios, the same studio Sesame Street is filmed in. However, while no other Muppets segments have been produced, several cast members appeared in Season 38, mostly filmed behind their desks.
  • As an example of that, in Episode 4148 from Season 38, Christopher Meloni from Law & Order: SVU appeared in a "Word on the Street" segment. He was introduced with the Law & Order series' "chung-chung" transitional sound, and appeared behind a SVU police report to discuss "mail."
  • In the 2011 film The Muppets, the CDE prime-time schedule chart showing all network offerings spoofed the ubiquity of the Law & Order franchise on NBC, with It's the Law, It's the Law: CVS, It's the Law: SUV, and multiple reruns of the franchise.

ConnectionsEdit

Law & OrderEdit

Cast Members:

Guest Appearances:

Muppet performers/Sesame Street regulars
Other guests:
  • Stephen Bienskie played Simon ("Deep Vote," 2001)
  • Sônia Braga played Helen ("Genius," 2003)
  • Alan Campbell played Nolan Steel ("Driven," 2008)
  • Chris Cooper played Roy Payne ("Blood Libel," 1996)
  • Claire Danes played Tracy Brandt ("Skin Deep", 1992)
  • Taye Diggs played Sky Bell ("Good Girl," 1996)
  • Julie Dretzin played Laura Bauer ("Golden Years," 1994)
  • Frances Foster played Mary Tillar ("Mother Love," 1993)
  • Keith Hernandez played Drew Harding in ("Wager," 1994)
  • Ellen Greene played Karen Gaines in "Bitter Fruit" (1995)
  • Bob Gunton played Gil Hines ("Happily Ever After," 1990)
  • Russell Horton played Markham ("Prescription for Death," 1990)
  • James Earl Jones played Horace McCoy ("Profile," 1993)
  • Kelly Karbacz played Jenny Snyder ("Dazzled," [2002)
  • John Bedford Lloyd played Jonathan Ryder ("Blood is Thicker," 1992), Dr. Christian Varick ("Double Blind," 1996), and Prentiss's Lawyer ("New York Minute," 2005)
  • William H. Macy played Assistant U.S. Attorney John McCormack ("Everybody's Favorite Bagman" (1990), and Jack Powell ("Sisters of Mercy," 1992)
  • Julianna Margulies played Lt. Ruth Mendoza ("Conduct Unbecoming," 1993)
  • Chris Marquette played Ricky ("Double Down," 1997)
  • Michael McKean played Bill Nolan ("Called Home," 2008), and Elias Grace ("Mega", 2000)
  • Brad Oscar played Paul ("Born Again," 2002)
  • Pippin Parker played Kleinman ("Star Struck," 1992)
  • Mandy Patinkin played Glenn Fordyce/Levi 'The Griffin' March ("Absentia," 2003)
  • Lonny Price played Dr. Lieber ("Sonata for Solo Organ," 1991) and Frank Hoover ("Prince of Darkness," 1991)
  • Kim Raver played Wendy Karmel ("Homesick," 1996)
  • Rex Robbins played Steinman ("Intolerance," 1992) and Kettering ("L.A.: Turnaround," 1997)
  • Sam Rockwell played Randy Borland ("Intolerance," 1992) and Weddeker ("Manhood," 1993)
  • John Spencer played Howard Morton ("Prescription for Death," 1990)
  • Bill Walsh played ESU Policeman #2 ("Soldier of Fortune," 2001)
  • Ellis E. Williams played Ray Bell in "A Death in the Family" (1991)
  • Louis Zorich played Judge Milton Erdheim ("Indifference," 1990) and Judge Edgar Hynes ("Jeopardy," 1995)

Law & Order: Special Victims UnitEdit

Cast Members:

Guest Appearances:

Muppet performers/Sesame Street regulars
Other guests:

Law & Order: Criminal IntentEdit

Cast Members:

Guest Appearances:

Sesame Street regulars/Muppet performers
Other guests:
  • Tom Arnold played Rev. Calvin Riggins ("Brother's Keeper," 2007)
  • Judd Hirsch played Ben Elkins ("Pravda", 2003)
  • Kelly Karbacz played Renata Virgini ("Unchained", 2005)
  • John Krasinski played Jace Gleesing ("Mad Hops", 2004)
  • Liza Minnelli played Bethany Harner ("Masquerade", 2006)
  • Selena Nelson played Joan Breuer ("Chinoiserie," 2002)
  • Doris Roberts played Virginia Harrington ("Privilege", 2007)
  • Eddie Pepitone played Court Deputy ("The Insider", 2002) and Counterman ("The Pilgrim", 2002)
  • Paul Shaffer appeared as himself ("Vanishing Act", 2008)
  • Bill Walsh played Detective Parsons ("Stress Position", 2005) and Fireman ("Enemy Within", 2001)

Law & Order: Trial by JuryEdit

Cast Members:

Guest Appearances:

Law & Order: Los AngelesEdit

Cast Members:

Video GamesEdit

  • Julianne Buescher voiced Nicole Beaumont and Claire Thomas in "Justice Is Served" (2004) and Jenna Kirkwood, Jennifer Lee, Carla Meyers, Stephanie Novitsky, Barbara Rodriguez, Rosa Sanchez and Rachael Warren in "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (2005).
  • Barry Dennen voiced a crime scene tech, George Bennett, Frederick Grant, Tom Kirkwood, Tony Piovani, and Gerald Stokes in "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" (2005).
  • Sam McMurray voiced Jack Foster and Henry Haskins in "Justice Is Served" (2004)
  • Kevin Michael Richardson voiced Mark Rawlins in "Dead on the Money" (2002) and "Double or Nothing" (2003)
  • Florence Stanley voiced Judge Emily Greenwood in "Dead on the Money" (2002) and "Double or Nothing" (2003), also playing Mrs. Yost in the latter

SourcesEdit

  1. Madden, Mekeisha. "Sesame Street Celebrates 35 Years of Teaching Kids." The Detroit News. 2004
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