History Awesome / LawAndOrderCriminalIntent

10th Sep '17 3:36:44 PM DrOO7
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[[folder: Season 2]]
* A wonderful BluffingTheMurderer occurs in "Dead", Goren gets the M.E. to report that the last victim, Eddie Ferguson, had his teeth capped and that one of the caps turned up missing. The suspect, Harry Rowan, proceeds to tear apart his entire garage, including checking the drain traps, looking for it. The next morning, when Eames and Goren show up with a warrant the sleep-deprived suspect giggles and gloats that it's not there, and that he never made a mistake. The episode ends with this brief conversation:
--> '''ADA Carver''': A costly mistake.
--> '''Goren''': Harry Rowan didn't make a mistake.
--> '''Eames''': Eddie Ferguson doesn't wear caps.
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[[folder: Season 5]]
* Rather unusually for a victim's mother, Eunice Peterson gets one in "In the Wee Small Hours". She gives the reporter a stinging speech about how there was no media interest in her daughter's case until a white girl was killed by the same guy, ending by saying "I'll take your interest now any way it comes, but do not mistake my desperation with gratitude." It is the only moment in the entire two-part episode that the reporter is at a loss for words.
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[[folder: Season 6]]



* Rather unusually for a victim's mother, Eunice Peterson gets one in "In the Wee Small Hours". She gives the reporter a stinging speech about how there was no media interest in her daughter's case until a white girl was killed by the same guy, ending by saying "I'll take your interest now any way it comes, but do not mistake my desperation with gratitude." It is the only moment in the entire two-part episode that the reporter is at a loss for words.

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* Rather unusually When the lawyer father in "Players" finds out that his smug son was responsible for a victim's mother, Eunice Peterson gets one in "In the Wee Small Hours". She death of the victim in the episode, he gives the reporter a stinging speech about how there was no media interest in her daughter's case until a white girl was killed by ultimate son to his SpoiledBrat, DirtyCoward son who drops the same guy, ending by saying "I'll take your interest now any way it comes, but do not mistake my desperation with gratitude." It is the only moment in the entire two-part episode that the reporter is at a loss tough guy act to beg his father for words.help: "Officers, read my son his rights."
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* A wonderful BluffingTheMurderer occurs in "Dead", Goren gets the M.E. to report that the last victim, Eddie Ferguson, had his teeth capped and that one of the caps turned up missing. The suspect, Harry Rowan, proceeds to tear apart his entire garage, including checking the drain traps, looking for it. The next morning, when Eames and Goren show up with a warrant the sleep-deprived suspect giggles and gloats that it's not there, and that he never made a mistake. The episode ends with this brief conversation:
--> '''ADA Carver''': A costly mistake.
--> '''Goren''': Harry Rowan didn't make a mistake.
--> '''Eames''': Eddie Ferguson doesn't wear caps.
* When the lawyer father in "Players" finds out that his smug son was responsible for the death of the victim in the episode, he gives the ultimate son to his SpoiledBrat, DirtyCoward son who drops the tough guy act to beg his father for help: "Officers, read my son his rights."

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* A wonderful BluffingTheMurderer occurs in "Dead", Goren gets the M.E. to report that the last victim, Eddie Ferguson, had his teeth capped and that one of the caps turned up missing. The suspect, Harry Rowan, proceeds to tear apart his entire garage, including checking the drain traps, looking for it. The next morning, when Eames and Goren show up with a warrant the sleep-deprived suspect giggles and gloats that it's not there, and that he never made a mistake. The episode ends with this brief conversation:
--> '''ADA Carver''': A costly mistake.
--> '''Goren''': Harry Rowan didn't make a mistake.
--> '''Eames''': Eddie Ferguson doesn't wear caps.
* When the lawyer father in "Players" finds out that his smug son was responsible for the death of the victim in the episode, he gives the ultimate son to his SpoiledBrat, DirtyCoward son who drops the tough guy act to beg his father for help: "Officers, read my son his rights."
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15th Jun '17 1:23:57 PM RoseAndHeather
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** Also awesome: to see the whole of 1PP ''instantly'' spring into action when Eames goes missing. Within nanoseconds of Goren breaking the news, the whole room is buzzing like a horde of angry bees, Ross is barking out orders that ''nobody'' questions, and every police officer in the building is on the move to go ''hunt the bastard down''. "The thin blue line", indeed. NYPD protects its own.

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** Also awesome: to see the whole of 1PP ''instantly'' spring into action when Eames goes missing. Within nanoseconds of Goren breaking the news, the whole room is buzzing like a horde of angry bees, Ross is barking out orders that ''nobody'' questions, and every police officer in the building is on the move to go ''hunt the bastard down''. "The thin blue line", wall", indeed. NYPD protects its own.
1st Jun '17 2:28:22 PM creader
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--> '''Eames''': Eddie Ferguson doesn't wear caps.

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--> '''Eames''': Eddie Ferguson doesn't wear caps.caps.
* When the lawyer father in "Players" finds out that his smug son was responsible for the death of the victim in the episode, he gives the ultimate son to his SpoiledBrat, DirtyCoward son who drops the tough guy act to beg his father for help: "Officers, read my son his rights."
11th May '17 5:50:22 PM RoseAndHeather
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** Also awesome: to see the whole of 1PP ''instantly'' spring into action when Eames goes missing. Within nanoseconds of Goren breaking the news, the whole room is buzzing like a horde of angry bees, Ross is barking out orders that ''nobody'' questions, and every police officer in the building is on the move to go ''hunt the bastard down''. "The thin blue line", indeed. NYPD protects its own.
12th Jan '17 1:30:07 PM creader
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** This episode also shows how downright '''[[BewareTheNiceOnes terrifying]]''' ''[[TheStoic Goren]]'' can be if someone threatens [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Eames]]. When he thinks his former teacher had something to do with it, he practically rips the man head off.

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** This episode also shows how downright '''[[BewareTheNiceOnes terrifying]]''' '''''[[BewareTheNiceOnes terrifying]]''''' ''[[TheStoic Goren]]'' can be if someone threatens [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Eames]]. When he thinks his former teacher had something to do with it, he practically rips the man man's head off.
27th Nov '16 1:06:24 AM creader
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* The climax of Stress Position. Goren and Logan are trapped in a locked-down prison, trying to rescue a material witness from corrupt corrections officers. Goren picks off the team, one by one, just by talking them down.

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* The climax of Stress Position."Stress Position". Goren and Logan are trapped in a locked-down prison, trying to rescue a material witness from corrupt corrections officers. ''[[BadassPacifist Goren picks off the team, one by one, just by talking them down.]]''


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** This episode also shows how downright '''[[BewareTheNiceOnes terrifying]]''' ''[[TheStoic Goren]]'' can be if someone threatens [[LivingEmotionalCrutch Eames]]. When he thinks his former teacher had something to do with it, he practically rips the man head off.
29th Aug '15 11:33:21 PM creader
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Awesome Moments for Law and Order: Criminal Intent
7th Mar '15 3:48:29 PM ebrown2112
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* A wonderful BluffingTheMurderer occurs in "Dead", Goren gets the M.E. to report that the last victim, Eddie Ferguson, had his teeth capped and that one of the caps turned up missing. The suspect, Harry Rowan, proceeds to tear apart his entire garage, including checking the drain traps, looking for it. The next morning, when Eames and Goren show up with a warrant the sleep-deprived suspect giggles and gloats that it's not there, and that he never made a mistake. After he's arrested, ADA Carver comments, "A costly mistake." Goren says, "Harry Rowan didn't make a mistake," to which Eames adds, "Eddie Ferguson doesn't wear caps."

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* A wonderful BluffingTheMurderer occurs in "Dead", Goren gets the M.E. to report that the last victim, Eddie Ferguson, had his teeth capped and that one of the caps turned up missing. The suspect, Harry Rowan, proceeds to tear apart his entire garage, including checking the drain traps, looking for it. The next morning, when Eames and Goren show up with a warrant the sleep-deprived suspect giggles and gloats that it's not there, and that he never made a mistake. After he's arrested, ADA Carver comments, "A The episode ends with this brief conversation:
--> '''ADA Carver''': A
costly mistake." Goren says, "Harry mistake.
--> '''Goren''': Harry
Rowan didn't make a mistake," to which Eames adds, "Eddie mistake.
--> '''Eames''': Eddie
Ferguson doesn't wear caps."
7th Mar '15 3:43:33 PM ebrown2112
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* A wonderful BluffingTheMurderer occurs in "Semi-Professional", Goren gets the M.E. to report that the last victim had his teeth capped and that one of the caps turned up missing. The suspect proceeds to tear apart his entire garage, including checking the drain traps, looking for it. The next morning, when Eames and Goren show up with a warrant the sleep-deprived suspect giggles and gloats that it's not there, and that he never made a mistake. Goren replies as they arrest him that there never was a cap.

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* A wonderful BluffingTheMurderer occurs in "Semi-Professional", "Dead", Goren gets the M.E. to report that the last victim victim, Eddie Ferguson, had his teeth capped and that one of the caps turned up missing. The suspect suspect, Harry Rowan, proceeds to tear apart his entire garage, including checking the drain traps, looking for it. The next morning, when Eames and Goren show up with a warrant the sleep-deprived suspect giggles and gloats that it's not there, and that he never made a mistake. After he's arrested, ADA Carver comments, "A costly mistake." Goren replies as they arrest him that there never was says, "Harry Rowan didn't make a cap.mistake," to which Eames adds, "Eddie Ferguson doesn't wear caps."
16th Aug '14 8:44:22 PM Spotts1701
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* With the entire NYPD scouring the city for her, Eames, having been abducted, trussed up and trapped in a basement by a serial killer, single-handedly [[MacGyvering macgyvers]] her way out of her bonds and the room she's locked in.

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* With the entire NYPD scouring the city for her, Eames, having been abducted, trussed up and trapped in a basement by a serial killer, single-handedly [[MacGyvering macgyvers]] [=MacGyvers=]]] her way out of her bonds and the room she's locked in.
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