History Funny / LawAndOrder

18th Jul '16 12:37:30 PM MikeW
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--> ''Serena'': Who's on first?

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--> ''Serena'': '''Serena''': Who's on first?



-->'''Defense attorney''': She ran him over five times.

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-->'''Defense attorney''': She ran him over five times.four times with her car.



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-->'''Judge''': I'm not supposed to give out personal opinions but I have to say, you make me proud to be an American.

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-->'''Judge''': I'm not supposed to give out personal opinions in the courtroom but I have to say, you make me proud to be an American.
16th May '16 9:24:57 AM Erin582
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* In "Shadow", the detectives are waiting for someone to contact the suspect via a pay phone, and when it looks like somebody else might use it first Lennie poses as an obnoxious drunk in order to keep him away.

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* In "Shadow", the detectives are waiting for someone to contact the suspect via a pay phone, and when it looks like somebody else might use it first Lennie poses as an obnoxious drunk in order to keep him away.away.
* Season 6 episode "Hot Pursuit" has Briscoe and Curtis searching for a man and woman who killed several people in a short time frame. Upon being called to a corner store with two individuals resembling the couple, they find a couple...of frightened, Catholic school uniform-clad preteens who were detained by the cashier for stealing disposable cameras. The detectives were not pleased:
-->'''Briscoe''': The report clearly said two suspects post-puberty.
-->''*They turn to leave*''
-->'''Cashier''': Well, are you going to take 'em in or what?
-->'''Briscoe''': ''(disgusted)'' Or what.
9th Mar '16 10:12:33 AM Hossmeister
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'''ADA Jack [=McCoy=]''': BeavisAndButthead.

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'''ADA Jack [=McCoy=]''': BeavisAndButthead.WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead.
28th Feb '16 8:15:44 AM KevinKlawitter
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-->Fade to black.

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-->Fade to black.black.
* In "Shadow", the detectives are waiting for someone to contact the suspect via a pay phone, and when it looks like somebody else might use it first Lennie poses as an obnoxious drunk in order to keep him away.
7th Jan '16 6:08:56 AM Rebu
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-->'''Elizabeth Hendrick'': [[BlatantLies It's my hope chest]].

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-->'''Elizabeth Hendrick'': Hendrick''': [[BlatantLies It's my hope chest]].
7th Jan '16 6:08:40 AM Rebu
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* In "Corruption", where Jamie Ross and a few other detectives investigate a cop's locker, Jamie finds a lingerie catalog, and correctly deduces that a certain code on the catalog means that the cop has ordered from the company multiple times. When the detective suspiciously remarks that Jamie knows so much about the catalog, she points to a certain page - presumably with a scantily dressed model - and says, "I'm wearing '''this''' right now." Cue detective's shocked expression.

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* In "Corruption", where Jamie Ross and a few other detectives investigate a cop's locker, Jamie finds a lingerie catalog, and correctly deduces that a certain code on the catalog means that the cop has ordered from the company multiple times. When the detective suspiciously remarks that Jamie knows so much about the catalog, she points to a certain page - presumably with a scantily dressed model - and says, "I'm wearing '''this''' right now." Cue detective's shocked expression.expression.
* "Prisoner of Love" involves BDSM group. At one point in the episode, Ben Stone searches a suspect's home to find evidence she was involved, and comes across a chest at the foot of her bed.
-->'''Elizabeth Hendrick'': [[BlatantLies It's my hope chest]].
-->Stone opens it up and pulls out an assortment of kink gear.
-->'''Stone''': (deadpan) What were you hoping ''for''?
-->Fade to black.
17th Oct '15 9:22:17 PM MikeW
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* Season 13 Episode 23--Couples--- is a marching band of black comedy moments:
** While investigating a murder, Briscoe and Green find a woman running over her cheating husband with her car. The woman's wild explanation involves quoting an obscure author, driving Green from the room.
** When Briscoe makes a crack about how the guy should have bought a smaller car, his girlfriend sobs "you think this is funny?"
** A man is accused of murdering his brother's wife but it turns out that the woman was ''his'' former wife who he was imprisoned for killing.
--> ''Serena'': Who's on first?
** When the woman who ran over her husband is brought into court for arraignment, we get this gem of an exchange.
-->'''Defense attorney''': She ran him over five times.
-->'''Judge''': I admire her restraint.
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-->'''Woman''': He's dead and I did it. I knew exactly what I was doing.
-->'''Judge''': I'm not supposed to give out personal opinions but I have to say, you make me proud to be an American.
** Having dealt with three murders and a kidnapping, Briscoe and Green are about to go home when the phone on their desk rings.
-->'''Briscoe''': There's no law that says you have to answer that.
** Finding out a jogger died of poison, they check in on his husband who acts shocked for five seconds before confessing to the murder, assuming the detectives already knew. They didn't and are surprised as the guy groans over how the state won't recognize their gay marriage so he loses everything, dragged off as Lenny moans "You have the right to remain silent. Please."
**And the final lines:
-->'''Green''': We have a jumper.
-->'''Briscoe''': I may join him.
5th Oct '15 5:39:22 PM DrOO7
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In "Corruption", where Jamie Ross and a few other detectives investigate a cop's locker, Jamie finds a lingerie catalog, and correctly deduces that a certain code on the catalog means that the cop has ordered from the company multiple times. When the detective suspiciously remarks that Jamie knows so much about the catalog, she points to a certain page - presumably with a scantily dressed model - and says, "I'm wearing '''this''' right now." Cue detective's shocked expression.

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* In "Corruption", where Jamie Ross and a few other detectives investigate a cop's locker, Jamie finds a lingerie catalog, and correctly deduces that a certain code on the catalog means that the cop has ordered from the company multiple times. When the detective suspiciously remarks that Jamie knows so much about the catalog, she points to a certain page - presumably with a scantily dressed model - and says, "I'm wearing '''this''' right now." Cue detective's shocked expression.
26th Aug '15 5:12:13 AM schwarzewitwe2
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* Season 2 Episode 8 has a good one from a college student. Mike Logan asks a question which is quite offensive and the rebuttal of the student is simple brilliant. "Does they give you guys insensitivity-seminars?" Before she continues to explain,.

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* Season 2 Episode 8 has a good one from a college student. Mike Logan asks a question which is quite offensive and the rebuttal of the student is simple brilliant. "Does they give you guys insensitivity-seminars?" Before she continues to explain,.explain.



* A slightly morbid example in "Cradle to Grave" 2x18. A horrid landlady blames the rent laws for her pushing out tenants, leading to the death of a 10-month-old baby. She then starts heavily implying that an important witness will soon change his mind, to Stone's utter disbelief... with her lawyer trying to get her out of the room and shut her up while saying none it counts. It's better watched.

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* A slightly morbid example in "Cradle to Grave" 2x18. A horrid landlady blames the rent laws for her pushing out tenants, leading to the death of a 10-month-old baby. She then starts heavily implying that an important witness will soon change his mind, to Stone's utter disbelief... with her lawyer trying to get her out of the room and shut her up while saying none of it counts. It's better watched.
21st Aug '15 5:35:30 PM creader
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* Season 8, Episode 8 "Shadows": When it appears that a random guy is about to make a call on a pay phone he and Curtis are staking out, Briscoe gets him off it by pretending to be a drunk who misidentifies and manhandles him.

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* Season 8, Episode 8 "Shadows": When it appears that a random guy is about to make a call on a pay phone he and Curtis are staking out, Briscoe gets him off it by pretending to be a drunk who misidentifies and manhandles him.him.
In "Corruption", where Jamie Ross and a few other detectives investigate a cop's locker, Jamie finds a lingerie catalog, and correctly deduces that a certain code on the catalog means that the cop has ordered from the company multiple times. When the detective suspiciously remarks that Jamie knows so much about the catalog, she points to a certain page - presumably with a scantily dressed model - and says, "I'm wearing '''this''' right now." Cue detective's shocked expression.
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