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Wrong About Law & Order, Yet Again...
Posted by Tom Coombe at 10:48:51 AM on February 4, 2007
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Once again, Law & Order surprises me. Not "Michael just killed Libby and Ana Lucia" surprising, or "Nina is a mole" surprising. It's more like "Wow, they didn't followed the predictable path I expected them to follow," surprising. Super. I won't chastise them anymore for relying too heavily on celebrity/gossipy murder storylines anymore. Law & Order, has -- for years -- been TV comfort food, solid and reliable, but certainly not something you'll think about after it ended. It's strange to think there was a time when it routinely won (or was at least nominated for) Emmy awards.

Tom Coombe

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