Istatymas ir tvarka Refuge: Part 1 (1990–2010) Online
Detectives Briscoe and Curtis investigate the murder of a man found in the trunk of a car. The driver was pulled over because the plates clearly did not belong to the car to which they were attached. Finding a body in the trunk led to the death of the driver, following a shootout with the police. The medical examiner determines that the man in the trunk was shot but the bullets were removed from his body. The dead driver had Russian prison tattoos on his body. The man in the trunk is identified as a Russian, Vasily Chuikov, who immigrated over 10 years ago and had a watch booth on 47th St. He had gone to a lunchtime meeting with potential clients and wasn't seen again. They find a potential witness in 10 year-old Billy Woodson who has clearly been traumatized by what he saw. The shooter is eventually identified as Andre Rogatin a Russian hood who was last seen in Moscow just a couple weeks ago. The evidence leads them to a physiotherapy clinic in Brooklyn and the Russian mafia. For ...
|Episode cast overview, first billed only:|
|Jerry Orbach||-||Lennie Briscoe|
|Benjamin Bratt||-||Rey Curtis|
|S. Epatha Merkerson||-||Anita Van Buren|
|Sam Waterston||-||Jack McCoy|
|Angie Harmon||-||Abbie Carmichael|
|Steven Hill||-||Adam Schiff|
|Jenna Stern||-||A.D.A. Toni Ricci|
|Terry Beaver||-||Defense Attorney Manning (as Terry L. Beaver)|
|Amelia Campbell||-||Mrs. Woodson|
|Cameron Bowen||-||Billy Woodson|
|Michael Mulheren||-||Judge Harrison Taylor|
|Bernie Sheredy||-||Georgy Maletkov|
|Olek Krupa||-||Constantin Volsky|
|Ben Shenkman||-||Nick Margolis|
First appearance of Carolyn McCormick (Dr. Elizabeth Olivet) since the season seven episode Istatymas ir tvarka: Mad Dog (1997). This episode also marks the first time that J.K. Simmons's character, Dr. Emil Skoda, appears together with Dr. Olivet.
Jon Shaver (Officer Diego) also played the role of Brandon Gregory in episode 16.22, Istatymas ir tvarka: Invaders (2006).
Nikita Khrushchev was a Soviet statesman who led the Soviet Union during part of the Cold War as the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union from 1953 to 1964, and as Chairman of the Council of Ministers, or Premier, from 1958 to 1964. Khrushchev was responsible for the de-Stalinization of the Soviet Union, for backing the progress of the early Soviet space program, and for several relatively liberal reforms in areas of domestic policy. Stalin's death in 1953 triggered a power struggle, from which Khrushchev ultimately emerged victorious. On 25 February 1956, at the 20th Party Congress, he delivered the "Secret Speech", which denounced Stalin's purges and ushered in a less repressive era in the Soviet Union. His domestic policies, aimed at bettering the lives of ordinary citizens, were often ineffective, especially in agriculture. Hoping eventually to rely on missiles for national defense, Khrushchev ordered major cuts in conventional forces. Despite the cuts, Khrushchev's rule saw the most tense years of the Cold War, culminating in the Cuban Missile Crisis.