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(Today)   Among the important lessons learned from the Law and Order franchise is that there's always one crusty old cop at the scene who will make a relevant quip about the murder victim, and that things just aren't the same when he's not there   ( theclicker.today.com) divider line
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2012-09-27 09:03:57 AM  
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I cant watch that show any more, my wife cant stop watching it. The sheer stupidity of all involved makes me want to get all stabby until I have to leave the room. Its like a history drama piece about the most inept and unstable disaster of a precinct in the world that employes a group of psychopaths with 4th grade educations.

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