History WMG / LawAndOrder

18th Sep '17 2:57:50 AM SRHager
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[[WMG: Briscoe either killed his daughter's killer or had him killed.]]
If the above theory, that he used to be on the make, holds, then nothing could've stopped him from exacting some street justice. And then there was that phone call during one episode (I forgot the name). Given his reaction upon finding her body, I'd like to think he had something to do with the killer's death. And if your child was killed, wouldn't you want to personally hunt down the monster responsible?
1st Mar '15 2:57:18 AM SeptimusHeap
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[[WMG: Jack [=McCoy=] is a [[DungeonsAndDragons Paladin]].]]

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[[WMG: Jack [=McCoy=] is a [[DungeonsAndDragons [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons Paladin]].]]
14th Aug '13 9:29:55 PM nombretomado
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His special mount is his motorcycle. His [[KickTheDog "occasional moral lapses"]] indicate that even though he's a Paladin, the [[SlidingScaleLongName cynicism of the]] LawAndOrder [[TheVerse Universe]], he's fallen every now and then... but that's what the spell [[TheAtoner Atonement]] is for.

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His special mount is his motorcycle. His [[KickTheDog "occasional moral lapses"]] indicate that even though he's a Paladin, the [[SlidingScaleLongName cynicism of the]] LawAndOrder Franchise/LawAndOrder [[TheVerse Universe]], he's fallen every now and then... but that's what the spell [[TheAtoner Atonement]] is for.
18th Jun '13 12:19:07 PM TiggersAreGreat
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Back in the seventies, he was on the [[Film/PrinceOfTheCity SIU squad under Detective Ciello]]. He was prosecuted for corruption, but was acquitted, and remained a detective in the NYPD. All the negative attention, however, drove him to drink. He eventually cleaned up his act, and legally changed his name from Gus Levy to Lenny Briscoe to get away from the ongoing stigma.

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Back in the seventies, he was on the [[Film/PrinceOfTheCity SIU squad under Detective Ciello]]. He was prosecuted for corruption, but was acquitted, and remained a detective in the NYPD. All the negative attention, however, drove him to drink. He eventually cleaned up his act, and legally changed his name from Gus Levy to Lenny Briscoe to get away from the ongoing stigma. stigma.

[[WMG: The cast of this show got a surprise when ''Series/{{Revolution}}'' happened.]]
They found themselves having to get out of the city, and then having to survive the ensuing chaos. Then some of them get the idea that since "law and order" are effectively dead, they can go after all the guilty people who walked away free and ''make them pay''.
8th Jun '13 10:43:47 AM Zyxzy
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Back in the seventies, he was on the [[PrinceOfTheCity SIU squad under Detective Ciello]]. He was prosecuted for corruption, but was acquitted, and remained a detective in the NYPD. All the negative attention, however, drove him to drink. He eventually cleaned up his act, and legally changed his name from Gus Levy to Lenny Briscoe to get away from the ongoing stigma.

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Back in the seventies, he was on the [[PrinceOfTheCity [[Film/PrinceOfTheCity SIU squad under Detective Ciello]]. He was prosecuted for corruption, but was acquitted, and remained a detective in the NYPD. All the negative attention, however, drove him to drink. He eventually cleaned up his act, and legally changed his name from Gus Levy to Lenny Briscoe to get away from the ongoing stigma.
6th Oct '12 11:54:42 PM RTanker
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[[WMG: Detective Briscoe used to be corrupt.]]
Back in the seventies, he was on the [[PrinceOfTheCity SIU squad under Detective Ciello]]. He was prosecuted for corruption, but was acquitted, and remained a detective in the NYPD. All the negative attention, however, drove him to drink. He eventually cleaned up his act, and legally changed his name from Gus Levy to Lenny Briscoe to get away from the ongoing stigma.
13th Sep '12 8:52:49 AM HalcyonDayz
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His way of saying to those complaining about the show's liberal bias, "You think McCoy's a liberal? You ain't seen nothin' yet!"

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His way of saying to those complaining about the show's liberal bias, "You think McCoy's [=McCoy=]'s a liberal? You ain't seen nothin' yet!"
12th Jul '12 11:11:09 PM Freezer
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[[WMG: Nora Lewin was Dick Wolf's TakeThat to critics]]
His way of saying to those complaining about the show's liberal bias, "You think McCoy's a liberal? You ain't seen nothin' yet!"
14th Jun '12 10:54:22 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Jack [=McCoy=] is the ancestor of [[StarTrek Dr. Leonard McCoy]].]]

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[[WMG: Jack [=McCoy=] is the ancestor of [[StarTrek [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Dr. Leonard McCoy]].]]
10th May '11 8:03:07 PM MisterAfrro
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[[WMG: Jack [=McCoy=] is the ancestor of [[StarTrek Dr. Leonard McCoy]].]]
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