"Well, somebody usually has to die to be on Law & Order. It's not enough to just rip people off. But they could kill him and then they'd have a murder to investigate. All the white-collar crime, all the financial guys, aren't good for Law & Order. I'm sure something will happen. But it has to involve a death. Somebody's got to find the body and then the police have to investigate and the prosecutors have to prosecute. It doesn't work any other way. Somebody's got to die, I'm afraid." —Law & Order's Carey Lowell at Tuesday's Riverkeeper Art Auction at the IAC Building. View our Party Lines slideshow for more insights from Richard Gere and Lauren Hutton.