History Heartwarming / LawAndOrderCriminalIntent

27th Dec '15 12:21:07 AM cjqtwm
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* Goren and Eames confronting the FBI at the scene of [[spoiler: Captain Ross's murder in "Loyalty" is equal parts TearJerker, heartwarming, and [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]], showing that despite their differences with him over the years, they considered him to be not only their respected captain, but also their friend, the latter of which they even state outright.]]

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* Goren and Eames confronting the FBI at the scene of [[spoiler: Captain Ross's murder in "Loyalty" is equal parts TearJerker, heartwarming, and [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]], showing that despite their differences with him over the years, they considered him to be not only to be their respected captain, but also their friend, the latter of which they even state outright.]]
27th Dec '15 12:17:49 AM cjqtwm
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* Goren and Eames confronting the FBI at the scene of [[spoiler: Captain Ross's murder in "Loyalty" is equal parts TearJerker, heartwarming, and [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome awesome]], showing that despite their differences with him over the years, they considered him to be not only their respected captain, but also their friend, the latter of which they even state outright.]]
4th Jan '15 8:55:47 PM LadyNorbert
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** Eames's testimony in "In the Wee Small Hours" where she is forced to read a letter she wrote asking for a new partner. As she allows to explain, the camera cuts between her devastated face and his hurt-yet-sympathetic face. She says he is an "acquired taste," and in the hallway afterwords he cuts off her apology and agrees that he ''is'' an acquired taste and was lucky she withdrew the letter.

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** Eames's testimony in "In the Wee Small Hours" where she is forced to read a letter she wrote asking for a new partner. As she allows to explain, explains, the camera cuts between her devastated face and his hurt-yet-sympathetic face. She says he is an "acquired taste," and taste;" in the hallway afterwords afterwards, he cuts off her apology and agrees that he ''is'' an acquired taste and was lucky she withdrew the letter.



** The series finale, in which Eames picks up Goren from his psychologist appointment with a warm smile. Earlier in the episode there had been a heavy emphasis on the subject of love, and the ending shot (of them driving away together) assures the audience that whether it's platonic or romantic, there is definitely a lot of love in this partnership.



* In "The Prisoner," Goren and Eames begin investigating the case of a prison warden whose wife was held for ransom for over a decade and seemed to have developed Stockholm Syndrome. [[spoiler: It then turned out the warden had actually paid one of his prisoners to kill his wife in exchange for his freedom, but the prisoner simply held her for three days and let her go, only she had nowhere else to go and had no desire to go back to her husband. She was trying to acquire a loan to start a greeting card company, and the warden feared that a credit check would reveal the money he had stolen and placed in an old account under her parent's names. Beyond that, the husband is an emotionally manipulative asshole whose philosophy on women is that they are two kinds, "showdogs and mutts." Goren and Eames trick him into revealing that he is still the condescending asshole he was ten years ago to get the wife to confess that he's been lying, and while they're dragging him away, Goren tells the wife that she's free to leave. She realizes after all those years she really is and quietly thanks the two.]]

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* In "The Prisoner," Goren and Eames begin investigating the case of a prison warden whose wife was held for ransom for over a decade and seemed to have developed Stockholm Syndrome. [[spoiler: It then turned out the warden had actually paid one of his prisoners to kill his wife in exchange for his freedom, but the prisoner simply held her for three days and let her go, only she had nowhere else to go and had no desire to go back to her husband. She was trying to acquire a loan to start a greeting card company, and the warden feared that a credit check would reveal the money he had stolen and placed in an old account under her parent's parents' names. Beyond that, the husband is an emotionally manipulative asshole whose philosophy on women is that they there are two kinds, "showdogs and mutts." Goren and Eames trick him into revealing that he is still the condescending asshole he was ten years ago to get the wife to confess that he's been lying, and while they're dragging him away, Goren tells the wife that she's free to leave. She realizes after all those years she really is and quietly thanks the two.]]]]
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16th Aug '14 8:52:32 PM Spotts1701
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* Logan finally getting saved from exile on Staten Island after ten years and being allowed to join the Major Case Squad. His former boss Van Buren apparently tried for years to get him back.

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* Logan finally getting saved from exile on Staten Island after ten years and being allowed to join the Major Case Squad. His former boss boss, [[Series/LawAndOrder Lt. Van Buren at the 27th]], apparently tried for years to get him back.
25th Jun '13 5:44:02 AM JudeDeluca
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* In "The Prisoner," Goren and Eames begin investigating the case of a prison warden whose wife was held for ransom for over a decade and seemed to have developed Stockholm Syndrome. [[spoiler: It then turned out the warden had actually paid one of his prisoners to kill his wife in exchange for his freedom, but the prisoner simply held her for three days and let her go, only she had nowhere else to go and had no desire to go back to her husband. She was trying to acquire a loan to start a greeting card company, and the warden feared that a credit check would reveal the money he had stolen and placed in an old account under her parent's names. Beyond that, the husband is an emotionally manipulative asshole whose philosophy on women is that they are two kinds, "showdogs and mutts." Goren and Eames trick him into revealing that he his still the condescending asshole he was ten years ago to get the wife to confess that he's been lying, and while they're dragging him away, Goren tells the wife that she's free to leave. She realizes after all those years she really is and quietly thanks the two.]]

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* In "The Prisoner," Goren and Eames begin investigating the case of a prison warden whose wife was held for ransom for over a decade and seemed to have developed Stockholm Syndrome. [[spoiler: It then turned out the warden had actually paid one of his prisoners to kill his wife in exchange for his freedom, but the prisoner simply held her for three days and let her go, only she had nowhere else to go and had no desire to go back to her husband. She was trying to acquire a loan to start a greeting card company, and the warden feared that a credit check would reveal the money he had stolen and placed in an old account under her parent's names. Beyond that, the husband is an emotionally manipulative asshole whose philosophy on women is that they are two kinds, "showdogs and mutts." Goren and Eames trick him into revealing that he his is still the condescending asshole he was ten years ago to get the wife to confess that he's been lying, and while they're dragging him away, Goren tells the wife that she's free to leave. She realizes after all those years she really is and quietly thanks the two.]]
25th Jun '13 5:43:17 AM JudeDeluca
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* Logan finally getting saved from exile on Staten Island after ten years and being allowed to join the Major Case Squad. His former boss Van Buren apparently tried for years to get him back.

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* Logan finally getting saved from exile on Staten Island after ten years and being allowed to join the Major Case Squad. His former boss Van Buren apparently tried for years to get him back.back.
* In "The Prisoner," Goren and Eames begin investigating the case of a prison warden whose wife was held for ransom for over a decade and seemed to have developed Stockholm Syndrome. [[spoiler: It then turned out the warden had actually paid one of his prisoners to kill his wife in exchange for his freedom, but the prisoner simply held her for three days and let her go, only she had nowhere else to go and had no desire to go back to her husband. She was trying to acquire a loan to start a greeting card company, and the warden feared that a credit check would reveal the money he had stolen and placed in an old account under her parent's names. Beyond that, the husband is an emotionally manipulative asshole whose philosophy on women is that they are two kinds, "showdogs and mutts." Goren and Eames trick him into revealing that he his still the condescending asshole he was ten years ago to get the wife to confess that he's been lying, and while they're dragging him away, Goren tells the wife that she's free to leave. She realizes after all those years she really is and quietly thanks the two.]]
31st Oct '12 6:08:48 PM Fleming
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* For a proceedural crime drama, ''Law and Order: Criminal Intent'' has its share of Heartwarming Moments. Almost all of them center around Goren and Eames's relationship.
** Eames's testimony in "In the Wee Small Hours" where she is forced to read a letter she wrote asking for a new partner. As she allows to explain, the camera cuts between her devastated face and his hurt-yet-sympathetic face. She says he is an "acquired taste," and in the hallway afterwords he cuts off her apoology and agrees that he ''is'' an acquired taste and was lucky she withdrew the letter.

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* For a proceedural procedural crime drama, ''Law and Order: Criminal Intent'' has its share of Heartwarming Moments. Almost all of them center around Goren and Eames's relationship.
** Eames's testimony in "In the Wee Small Hours" where she is forced to read a letter she wrote asking for a new partner. As she allows to explain, the camera cuts between her devastated face and his hurt-yet-sympathetic face. She says he is an "acquired taste," and in the hallway afterwords he cuts off her apoology apology and agrees that he ''is'' an acquired taste and was lucky she withdrew the letter.
1st Aug '12 2:42:03 PM Sarah1281
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-->''It's okay, Spence. We're still brothers.''

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-->''It's okay, Spence. We're still brothers.''''
* Logan finally getting saved from exile on Staten Island after ten years and being allowed to join the Major Case Squad. His former boss Van Buren apparently tried for years to get him back.
3rd Jun '12 4:46:47 PM Nanuq
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* For a proceedural crime drama, ''Law and Order: Criminal Intent'' has its share of Heartwarming Moments. Almost all of them center around Goren and Eames's relationship.
** Eames's testimony in "In the Wee Small Hours" where she is forced to read a letter she wrote asking for a new partner. As she allows to explain, the camera cuts between her devastated face and his hurt-yet-sympathetic face. She says he is an "acquired taste," and in the hallway afterwords he cuts off her apoology and agrees that he ''is'' an acquired taste and was lucky she withdrew the letter.
** Goren rarely calls Eames by her first name, but when they conclude that her husband's supposed murderer was wrongfully convicted, he calls her "Alex" and everyone in the audience squees.
** Alex [[spoiler:taking the Captain's job just long enough to ensure Goren is treated kindly in his exit interview]] before [[spoiler:resigning as a police officer, unable to continue on the job without her beloved partner]]. Cue massive, ''massive'' [[FanPreferredCouple shipping squee]] and one of the most satisfying exits for a pair of characters in television history.
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