History Awesome / LawAndOrderUK

24th Dec '14 6:45:28 PM DrOO7
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* When James confronts his nemesis with irrefutable proof of his guilt in several murders and the man tries to rattle him by reciting the address of the home his son shares with his ex-wife. James ''is'' shaken, but rather than leaping across the table and strangling the SOB, he manages to pull it together, coldly bid the man "goodbye" and walk out of the room, ignoring the man's demands that he come back.

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* When "Unsafe": James confronts his nemesis with irrefutable proof of his guilt in several murders and the man tries to rattle him by reciting the address of the home his son shares with his ex-wife. James ''is'' shaken, but rather than leaping across the table and strangling the SOB, he manages to pull it together, coldly bid the man "goodbye" and walk out of the room, ignoring the man's demands that he come back.



* When Alesha's rapist is acquitted and it looks like a KarmaHoudini, but James isn't about to let that happen. So he goes to Matt, who is "more than okay" with pulling an underhanded stunt to get him locked up. Starting with the humiliation of arresting him in front of a gathering of his colleagues and TV cameras and culminating with Alesha herself who walking into the room with folders containing the complaints of the 14 other women he's assaulted, effectively shutting up both his and his lawyer's protestations of his innocence. And even then, James still rubs it in by saying that he'll ''settle'' for the man being given a life sentence, as opposed to him "spending a week locked in a room with his victims".
* Ronnie talking down the scared kid holding a gun on him, yet still taking the time to reassure Matt.
* Ronnie working up the nerve to walk out of the store, leaving behind the bottle of vodka he just purchased, with the voiceover of his eulogy for his murdered friend Wes:

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* When "Alesha": Alesha's rapist is acquitted and it looks like a KarmaHoudini, but James isn't about to let that happen. So he goes to Matt, who is "more than okay" with pulling an underhanded stunt to get him locked up. Starting with the humiliation of arresting him in front of a gathering of his colleagues and TV cameras and culminating with Alesha herself who walking into the room with folders containing the complaints of the 14 other women he's assaulted, effectively shutting up both his and his lawyer's protestations of his innocence. And even then, James still rubs it in by saying that he'll ''settle'' for the man being given a life sentence, as opposed to him "spending a week locked in a room with his victims".
* "Help": Ronnie talking down the scared kid holding a gun on him, yet still taking the time to reassure Matt.
* "Line Up": Alesha flawlessly handles the prosecution of three boys who gang-raped a girl. Although she's clearly motivated by her own ordeal, not only does she shows no signs of letting it adversely affect her, the ending scene implies that she's finally achieved closure.
* "Hard Stop":
Ronnie working up the nerve to walk out of the store, leaving behind the bottle of vodka he just purchased, with the voiceover of his eulogy for his murdered friend Wes:



* In "Line Up", Alesha flawlessly handles the prosecution of three boys who gang-raped a girl. Although she's clearly motivated by her own ordeal, she shows no signs of letting it adversely affect her--in fact, the ending scene implies that she's finally achieved closure.
17th Dec '14 12:40:12 AM DrOO7
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* The team nailing Alesha's rapist. The best part is that even as the [[SmugSnake smug, unrepetant bastard]] and his [[AmoralAttorney lawyer]] continue to deny the allegations against him, it's Alesha herself who walks into the room with folders containing the complaints of the 14 other women he's assaulted. And even then, James still rubs it in by saying that he'll ''settle'' for the man being given a life sentence, as opposed to him "spending a week locked in a room with his victims".

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* The team nailing When James confronts his nemesis with irrefutable proof of his guilt in several murders and the man tries to rattle him by reciting the address of the home his son shares with his ex-wife. James ''is'' shaken, but rather than leaping across the table and strangling the SOB, he manages to pull it together, coldly bid the man "goodbye" and walk out of the room, ignoring the man's demands that he come back.
** And just a few minutes earlier, as the man is out for his morning jog and runs right into Matt and Ronnie:
---> '''Slade''' (smugly): "Morning, gents. Are you enjoying the day?"
---> '''Matt''' (even ''more'' smugly): "We're about to."
* When
Alesha's rapist. The best part rapist is acquitted and it looks like a KarmaHoudini, but James isn't about to let that even as happen. So he goes to Matt, who is "more than okay" with pulling an underhanded stunt to get him locked up. Starting with the [[SmugSnake smug, unrepetant bastard]] humiliation of arresting him in front of a gathering of his colleagues and his [[AmoralAttorney lawyer]] continue to deny the allegations against him, it's TV cameras and culminating with Alesha herself who walks walking into the room with folders containing the complaints of the 14 other women he's assaulted.assaulted, effectively shutting up both his and his lawyer's protestations of his innocence. And even then, James still rubs it in by saying that he'll ''settle'' for the man being given a life sentence, as opposed to him "spending a week locked in a room with his victims".
14th Oct '14 8:30:09 PM DrOO7
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* Some would say Ronnie working up the nerve to walk out of the store, leaving behind the bottle of vodka he just purchased counts.
* In "Line Up", Alesha flawlessly handles the prosecution of three boys who gang-raped a girl. aLthough she's clearly motivated by her own ordeal, she shows no signs of letting it adversely affect her--in fact, the ending scene implies that she's finally achieved closure.

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* Some would say Ronnie working up the nerve to walk out of the store, leaving behind the bottle of vodka he just purchased counts.
purchased, with the voiceover of his eulogy for his murdered friend Wes:
---> "You've never let me down before. . .and I won't let ''you'' down now."
* In "Line Up", Alesha flawlessly handles the prosecution of three boys who gang-raped a girl. aLthough Although she's clearly motivated by her own ordeal, she shows no signs of letting it adversely affect her--in fact, the ending scene implies that she's finally achieved closure.
12th Oct '14 12:03:50 AM DrOO7
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* Some would say Ronnie working up the nerve to walk out of the store, leaving behind the bottle of vodka he just purchased counts.

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* Some would say Ronnie working up the nerve to walk out of the store, leaving behind the bottle of vodka he just purchased counts.counts.
* In "Line Up", Alesha flawlessly handles the prosecution of three boys who gang-raped a girl. aLthough she's clearly motivated by her own ordeal, she shows no signs of letting it adversely affect her--in fact, the ending scene implies that she's finally achieved closure.
24th Apr '14 11:08:03 PM BondGirl
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* Ronnie talking down the scared kid holding a gun on him, yet still taking the time to reassure Matt.

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* Ronnie talking down the scared kid holding a gun on him, yet still taking the time to reassure Matt.Matt.
* Some would say Ronnie working up the nerve to walk out of the store, leaving behind the bottle of vodka he just purchased counts.
30th Mar '12 11:12:24 PM PrettyGirl
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* The team nailing Alesha's rapist. The best part is that even as the [[SmugSnake smug, unrepetant bastard]] and his [[AmoralAttorney lawyer]] continue to deny the allegations against him, it's Alesha herself who walks into the room with folders containing the complaints of the 14 other women he's assaulted. And even then, James still rubs it in by saying that he'll ''settle'' for the man being given a life sentence, as opposed to him "spending a week locked in a room with his victims".
* Ronnie talking down the scared kid holding a gun on him, yet still taking the time to reassure Matt.
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