White Rabbit


Episode Info

This episode was clearly inspired by the 1993 arrest of Vietnam-era activist Katherine Anne Power. While pursuing a routine robbery investigation, detectives Briscoe (Jerry Orbach) and Logan (Chris Noth) follow the trail of clues to 1960s war protester Susan Forrest (Mary-Joan Negro), who has been in hiding ever since participating in a 1971 burglary in which a policeman was killed. As the dead man's widow (Marilyn Chris) presses for full retribution, Forrest enlists the services of none other than "Chicago Seven" defense lawyer William M. Kunstler -- played by Kunstler himself.


Chris Noth
as Det. Mike Logan
Sam Waterston
as ADA Jack McCoy
Jerry Orbach
as Det. Lennie Briscoe
Peter Friedman
as Billy Goodwin
Peggy Roeder
as Margaret Pauley
Marilyn Chris
as Mrs. Perella
Mary Joan Negro
as Susan Forrest aka Rita Levitan
Norman Snow
as Stuart Levitan
Jonathan Teague Cook
as Henry Maybrook
Tom Cappadona
as Eddie Maybrook
Roger Serbagi
as Judge Robert Quinn
Sonny Jim Gaines
as Albert Giggins
Paul Hebron
as Merriwell
Alison Martin
as Dr. Florence Sanders
Sonja Lanzener
as Mrs. Matilla
Mateo Gomez
as Jose Montero
Nicholas Gould
as Noah Levitan
Elizabeth Flax
as Paramedic
Scott Nicholson
as Uniformed Policeman
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