History Characters / LawAndOrderCriminalIntent

2nd Jan '18 9:23:44 PM somestrangecircus
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* CharacterDevelopment: She does learn to keep her temper in check better thanks to Logan, albeit slowly. In her last episode, she's actually the one to get Logan and Ross to stop fighting.



* HumanShield: In "Senseless", a perp grabs her and holds her at knifepoint; while she comes out of it with a cut arm, it thankfully isn't too serious.



* TokenMinority: He is the only main or recurring Black character in the show's history.

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* TokenMinority: He is the only main or recurring Black black character in the show's history.
17th Nov '17 10:54:34 PM somestrangecircus
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* TheMaidenNameDebate: She kept her maiden name, Eames, after she married Joe.

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* TheMaidenNameDebate: She kept her maiden name, Eames, after she married Joe. She uses this to her advantage in "Amends" by pointing out to Ross that no one will immediately connect her to Joe when his murder has to be reopened.



* AmicableExes: Downplayed; he shares parenting duties with his ex-wife and they're on good enough terms to have a family dinner together, but he doesn't seem to think much of her new partner.



* ShipTease: With Rodgers; it's never officially mentioned on screen, but they're seen dressed for a theater date in one episode, and in "Frame" Goren angrily confronts Ross about asking Rodgers for information on him by saying, "Did your girlfriend tell you that?"

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* ShipTease: With Rodgers; it's never officially mentioned on screen, but they're seen dressed for a theater date in one episode, and in "Frame" Goren angrily confronts Ross about asking Rodgers for information on him by saying, "Did your girlfriend tell you that?"
5th Nov '17 5:05:26 AM kawaiineko333
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* AmbiguousDisorder: He seems to have trouble connecting with others, has a hard time accepting changes in routine (most notably displayed any time Eames is absent), gets obsessive about things easily, latches on to small details... a lot of signs for something on the autism spectrum.[[note]]This may be TruthInTelevison as Vincent D'Onofrio himself is autistic and dyslexic.[[/note]]

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* AmbiguousDisorder: He seems to have trouble connecting with others, has a hard time accepting changes in routine (most notably displayed any time Eames is absent), gets obsessive about things easily, latches on to small details... a lot of signs for something on the autism spectrum.[[note]]This may be TruthInTelevison TruthInTelevision as Vincent D'Onofrio himself is autistic and dyslexic.[[/note]]
30th Sep '17 7:21:41 PM Nicolletta
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* AmbiguousDisorder: He seems to have trouble connecting with others, has a hard time accepting changes in routine (most notably displayed any time Eames is absent), gets obsessive about things easily, latches on to small details... a lot of signs for something on the autism spectrum.[note]This may be TruthInTelevison as Vincent D'Onofrio himself is autistic and dyslexic.[/note]

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* AmbiguousDisorder: He seems to have trouble connecting with others, has a hard time accepting changes in routine (most notably displayed any time Eames is absent), gets obsessive about things easily, latches on to small details... a lot of signs for something on the autism spectrum.[note]This [[note]]This may be TruthInTelevison as Vincent D'Onofrio himself is autistic and dyslexic.[/note][[/note]]
30th Sep '17 7:21:08 PM Nicolletta
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* AmbiguousDisorder: He seems to have trouble connecting with others, has a hard time accepting changes in routine (most notably displayed any time Eames is absent), gets obsessive about things easily, latches on to small details... a lot of signs for something on the autism spectrum.

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* AmbiguousDisorder: He seems to have trouble connecting with others, has a hard time accepting changes in routine (most notably displayed any time Eames is absent), gets obsessive about things easily, latches on to small details... a lot of signs for something on the autism spectrum.[note]This may be TruthInTelevison as Vincent D'Onofrio himself is autistic and dyslexic.[/note]
24th Sep '17 11:00:53 AM Erin582
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* BadassBeard: As seen in the later seasons (even within a single episode, where one scene could have him sporting a full grey beard and the next could have him clean-shaven or vice-versa.) Vincent D'Onofrio could grow one like nobody's business.


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* LanternJawOfJustice: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed.]] Goren has a rather manly chin, but unlike [[Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit Stabler]], he rarely waggles it around.
29th Aug '17 5:51:45 PM creader
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[[folder: ADA Ron Carver]]

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[[folder: ADA [[folder:ADA Ron Carver]]





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* AmbiguousDisorder: Lacks empathy, superficially charming, an expert liar, and is incapable of forming emotional attachments with others.


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* EvilCounterpart: To Goren -- Both are brilliant, use a facade to trick others, had a [[DarkAndTroubledPast troubling]] childhood that involved an abusive father (emotional/psychological for Goren, sexual for Nicole), are not easily fooled by other {{Manipulative Bastard}}s, have a sole loved one who acts as a form of emotional support (Eames is Goren's LivingEmotionalCrutch, Gwen is Nicole's MoralityPet and MoralityChain), and they both have an AmbiguousDisorder. The key difference is that Goren uses his talents to solve crimes and prevent future ones, Nicole uses hers to commit them.
* {{Foil}}: To Goren, in the way they manipulate others -- Goren is a large man who pretends to be a {{Cloudcuckoolander}} and having others thinks of him as an idiot; Nicole is a petite woman who uses her superficial charm to let others believe she's a caring and warm person.
21st Aug '17 12:35:05 AM creader
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* DamselOutOfDistress: In "Blind Spot", Eames is kidnapped by the serial killer, Sebastian. For some reason, the killer doesn't kill her like the other victims. With a combination of strength, scientific knowledge, and being level-headed, she is able to escape being kidnapped.

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* DamselOutOfDistress: In "Blind Spot", Eames is kidnapped by the serial killer, Sebastian. For some reason, the killer doesn't kill her like the other victims. With a combination of strength, scientific knowledge, and being remaining level-headed, she is able to escape being kidnapped.her imprisonment without help from the police.
30th Jul '17 8:19:43 AM makarovak47
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->'''Portrayed by:''' Chris Noth

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->'''Portrayed by:''' Chris Noth
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->'''Portrayed by:''' Alicia Witt

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->'''Portrayed by:''' Alicia Witt
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25th Jul '17 3:36:52 PM creader
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* DamselOutOfDistress: In "Blind Spot", Eames is kidnapped by the serial killer, Sebastian. For some reason, the killer doesn't kill her like the other victims. With a combination of strength, scientific knowledge, and being level-headed, she is able to escape being kidnapped.
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