Law & Order C.I. One of my favorite series! Too bad it was moved to USA and finally canceled. How about bringing it back, instead of some of the really,really boring teen age, wary twenties stuff.
criminal intent Dislike Vincent he makes criminal intent and that stupid blonde that follows him a terrible show just give me plane law and order its the best all the spin offs are terrible
Addictive..lol I love this show! When it is on, I am glued to the TV.. Lol.. Hard to get anything else done..lol.. Goren and Eames are my faves... Love them.. I love how Goren acts and moves, and how he figures out the crimes.. He and Eames are a great team, and work so well together..
Interesting all the time*** I like this show. The actor & his technique on getting the bad guyz is soo unique and interesting.. The. Way he approaches situations is extremely different.. very strange but awesome!!! He cracks me up cuz he is soo cool,calm, & collected when goin after the bad guys... gets em to confess in a calmly cool attitude and corners em without em knowin til its already too late..i reverse psychology!!!@ ;))) lmao!!! *;)))* <3 One of my favorite shows!!***
ViNCENT AND KATHRINE ARE THE BEST ACTORS! I have watched all the episodes more than once D'Onofrio and Erbe are great character actors. I wish I could see them on the big screen as well. I've seen Vincent in small but important roles in movies but not Ms Erbe. CI is well written for the most part especially with Bobby's old nemesis, who is also a good actor. Sadly,I do not recall her name. Why they tried Noth and Goldblum to attract a larger audience is beyond me. Boring!
Best actor ever. Best show ever! Love Vincent D'Onofrio he is fantastic. Kathryn Ebes, His partner Alex is perfect too. Really miss them. I watch all the shows over and over. You can't find such great quality shows today. Very well written. I just wish we could get season 2 thru 4 on Netflix again. I was very upset that they lost the contract. Now I have to dvr all of them I can. But I'm stuck watching just at home. Well done. Will miss the actors very much. Nicole show name was a great script as well. Love following their relationship.
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