He went on to say that "Dick Wolf is a coward for putting it out there." Sarah Paulson played Ann Gillette, a woman with powerful ties to crime, in the episode "Shadow".Naveen Andrews played the undercover cop investigating her.They reveal, for example, that she did not have to type on the i Phone when her character sends a text message.The typing animation was pre-rendered and designed in Keynote.For black Americans, having the ability to code-switch could help you get that promotion, make your case to a judge, or leave a police encounter unscathed.But changing how you speak isn't always enough to get around racism.Ezarik blogged that "I know, it’s sad that I’m dead but I had a great time dying!
Lee Tergesen and Mischa Barton guest-starred in the episode "Savior".
In the tenth episode, John Larroquette played Randall Carver, an attorney defending a man accused of murdering children of illegal aliens.
In the episode, the character was asked by Ice-T's character, Detective Tutuola, why he was defending such a man, to which he replied "It's a symptom, not the disease.", and went on to say "Garrison, Limbaugh, Beck, O'Reilly, all of them.
According to Betancourt there "seemed to be a gap between the show and the fans and their access to the show, and Twitter really seemed to close it." The fifth episode "Hardwired" was widely noted for confirming that B. Because of cap restraints, the credits were set to be spread out over two years — 7,000 in 2013 and million in 2014.
Christine Lahti played the new executive assistant district attorney, Sonya Paxton, for five episodes, starting with the first episode through to the fourth episode.