LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT "Neighborhood Watch"
Episodic
UNIVERSAL NETWORKS TELEVISION
USA 1 HOUR EPISODIC

Executive Producers: Dick Wolf, Warren Leight, Norberto Barba, Peter Jankowski
NY Episodic
Director: Kevin Bray
Story by: Warren Leight & Eric Overmyer
Teleplay by: Eric Overmyer
Casting Director: Kimberly Hope
Casting Associate: Anne Davison
Shoot Dates: June 30–July 10, 2008
Location: New York

CAST: CHRIS NOTH, JULIANNE NICHOLSON, ERIC BOGOSIAN

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SEASON 7  EPISODE 20  "NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH"

SEEKING

[A.D.A. THERESA HAMILTON] 40 years old. Attractive, smart, successful, and ambitious Assistant District Attorney. After she makes several public statements regarding a case that LOGAN and WHEELER are working, the detectives question her about a related case she prosecuted several years ago. POSSIBLE RECURRING. (GUEST LEAD)

[RONNIE MOSS] 20 years old. Caucasian. Unemployed college drop-out living in Maspeth, Queens. Often up to no good with his friend Lew Gould – they both have warrants for fare beating, drunk and disorderly, and lewd conduct. They both have an unrequited crush on sweet girl-next-door Brenda Lally and are always trying to think up ways to impress her. After a recently paroled sex offender moves into their neighborhood, their latest attempt to get her attention succeeds in getting the attention of the NYPD as well. (GUEST LEAD)

[LEW GOULD] 20 years old. Caucasian. Unemployed college drop-out living in Maspeth, Queens. Often up to no good with his friend Ronnie Moss – they both have warrants for fare beating, drunk and disorderly, and lewd conduct. They both have an unrequited crush on sweet girl-next-door Brenda Lally and are always trying to think up ways to impress her. After a recently paroled sex offender moves into their neighborhood, their latest attempt to get her attention succeeds in getting the attention of the NYPD as well. (SUPPORTING)

[CAPT. CLETE DIXON] 50s. Grave and authoritative retired NYPD detective. Old friend of ROSS’s. Seeks out ROSS when he has a theory that might help break the case that LOGAN and WHEELER are working on. His help on the case may end up doing more harm than good. (GUEST LEAD)

[SGT. PHIL WHELAN] Mid 30s – Early 40s. NYPD Officer who is active in his local Neighborhood Watch in Queens when off-duty. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about the Watch’s activities warning neighbors about new resident Kyle Jones who has just been paroled after serving 5 years for statutory rape. LOGAN and WHEELER wonder how far Sgt. Whelan would go to rid the neighborhood of this sex offender. (GUEST LEAD)

[JAMIE STEPHENS] 17 years old. Caucasian. Resident of Maspeth, Queens. Friend of 20 year old slackers Lew Gould and Ronnie Moss. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about a recent night out with Lew and Ronnie after they were all kicked out of a local bar for being underage. (2 scenes)

[BRENDA LALLY] 19 years old, Caucasian. Very pretty. Good girl who is going to make it out of the neighborhood. Sister of Patrick Lally who is questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER when his ID falls into the wrong hands. When Brenda defends her brother, she is questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about neighborhood acquaintances Ronnie Moss and Lew Gould and how they might go about trying to impress her. (2 scenes AND 1 non-speaking scene)

[NANCY WILKINS] Early 20s. Charged her boyfriend Kyle Jones with rape when she was 15 years old and he was 19. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about the circumstances of the rape, her parents’ opinion of Kyle Jones, and whether she was coerced into pressing charges. (1 scene AND 1 non-speaking scene)

[BARTENDER] 30s – 40s. Bartender at a blue collar neighborhood bar in Maspeth, Queens. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about some patrons he kicked out for being underage. (2 scenes)

[THELMA JONES] Mid 40s. Caucasian. Maternal. Mother of Kyle Jones, who has just been paroled after serving 5 years for statutory rape. Convinced that her son is innocent and that the relations he had with his 15 year old girlfriend when he was 19 were consensual. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about her son when neighborhood animosity against him takes a tragic turn. (1 scene AND 1 non-speaking scene)

[ROBERT WOODSON] Late 30s – Early 40s. Owns a tuxedo rental shop in his neighborhood in Maspeth, Queens. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about his Neighborhood Watch activities warning neighbors about new resident Kyle Jones who has just been paroled after serving 5 years for statutory rape. LOGAN and WHEELER wonder how far Woodson would go to keep his neighborhood “safe”. (1 scene AND 1 non-speaking scene)

[JACK WILKINS] Late 40s. Father of statutory rape victim Nancy Wilkins. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about his feelings towards Nancy’s rapist and Nancy’s current whereabouts. (1 scene)

[TOM MITCHELL] 40s. Owner of a local Queens video store. As a favor to his cousin, Thelma Jones, he hired her son Kyle to work at his store when Kyle was paroled after serving 5 years for statutory rape. After neighborhood animosity towards Kyle ends in tragedy, Mitchell is questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about his customers’ reactions to Kyle’s presence at the store. (1 scene)

[KATHY MOSS] 40s. Alcoholic mother of Ronnie Moss, a slacker high school drop out who is often up to no good in their Maspeth, Queens neighborhood. Questioned by
LOGAN and WHEELER about her son’s whereabouts the night a violent crime took place in the neighborhood. (1 scene)

[PATRICK LALLY] 22 years old. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER after his ID is confiscated from an underage drinker at a local bar. His sister Brenda steps in and reveals who she thinks is responsible for stealing Patrick’s ID. (1 scene)

[JOSE LOPEZ] Mid 20s. Latin. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about what he has heard about a recent violent crime in his Queens neighborhood. (1 scene AND 1 non-speaking scene)

[ANDRE] 30s. Very handsome. Maybe a slight British or European accent. WHEELER’s fiancé. Meets LOGAN for the first time in the squadroom when he comes to pick WHEELER up after work. POSSIBLE RECURRING. (1 scene)

[DET. JANE] 30s. Female. Any ethnicity. Walks LOGAN and WHEELER through the crime scene. (1 scene)

[NY 1 REPORTER] 30s. Male or Female. Any ethnicity. Reporter who questions ROSS about how the NYPD is handling a current case. (1 scene)

[ABBY GILMORE] Early 30s. Mother of young school-age children. When Kyle Jones is paroled after serving 5 years for statutory rape and settles in her eighborhood, she becomes very active in the Neighborhood Watch. (1 scene AND 1 non-speaking scene)

[LINDA FLYNN] Late 20s. Teacher at a Queens middle school. When Kyle Jones is paroled after serving 5 years for statutory rape and settles in her neighborhood, she becomes very active in the Neighborhood Watch. (1 scene AND 1 non-speaking scene)

[RAY] 40s. Owner of an auto parts store in Queens. Questioned by LOGAN and WHEELER about the identity of some recent customers. (1 scene)

[CSU TECH] 30s. Male or Female. Any ethnicity. Assists LOGAN and WHEELER in their investigation of a possible crime scene. (1 line)

[KYLE JONES] Mid 20s. Caucasian. Good-looking, a little scruffy. Recently paroled after serving 5 years for statutory rape. When he moves in to his mother’s house, he does not receive a warm welcome from the neighborhood. (Several non-speaking scenes in teaser)