History YMMV / LawAndOrderUK

21st Apr '16 3:58:22 PM DrOO7
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** A {{Crossover}} fanfic with ''{{Series/NCIS}}'' that had Matt and Ronnie venturing to Washington, DC became this once Creator/JamieBamber began a recurring role as Ellie Bishop's husband.

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** A {{Crossover}} fanfic with ''{{Series/NCIS}}'' that had Matt and Ronnie venturing to Washington, DC became this (1) once Creator/JamieBamber began a recurring role as Ellie Bishop's husband.husband, and (2) an upcoming storyline will in fact have the NCIS team working with UsefulNotes/BritishCoppers.
5th Feb '16 4:57:15 PM DrOO7
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Yes, Franchise/StarWars fans, [Film/TheForceAwakens Finn]] and Matt's killer are one and the same. At least he managed to redeem himself.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Yes, Franchise/StarWars fans, [Film/TheForceAwakens [[Film/TheForceAwakens Finn]] and Matt's killer are one and the same. At least he managed to redeem himself.
5th Feb '16 4:23:08 PM DrOO7
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Matt's killer has certainly [[Film/TheForceAwakens redeemed himself]].

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Yes, Franchise/StarWars fans, [Film/TheForceAwakens Finn]] and Matt's killer has certainly [[Film/TheForceAwakens redeemed himself]].are one and the same. At least he managed to redeem himself.
5th Feb '16 12:10:37 PM DrOO7
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** Kate as well. Her very first appearance was as the defense attorney responsible for killing 15 people by causing a train crash, she answers Jake's cell phone without his permission, then proceeds to relentlessly butt into his personal life by badgering him about going to his mother's funeral, and she foolishly--and perhaps deliberately--tips a defense lawyer off to the tactics that Jake intends to use.

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** Kate as well. also. Her very first appearance was as the defense attorney responsible for killing 15 people by causing a train crash, she answers Jake's cell phone without his permission, then proceeds to relentlessly butt into his personal life by badgering him about going to his mother's funeral, and she foolishly--and perhaps deliberately--tips a defense lawyer off to the tactics that Jake intends to use.use.
* RetroactiveRecognition: Matt's killer has certainly [[Film/TheForceAwakens redeemed himself]].
22nd Apr '15 10:49:39 AM DrOO7
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** A {{Crossover}} fanfic with {{''Series/NCIS''}} that had Matt and Ronnie venturing to Washington, DC became this once Creator/JamieBamber began a recurring role as Ellie Bishop's husband.

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** A {{Crossover}} fanfic with {{''Series/NCIS''}} ''{{Series/NCIS}}'' that had Matt and Ronnie venturing to Washington, DC became this once Creator/JamieBamber began a recurring role as Ellie Bishop's husband.
22nd Apr '15 10:49:07 AM DrOO7
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: DI Chandler comments to Ronnie and Matt that whoever cleaned a crime scene "must be a fan of CSI". Shortly after leaving the show, JamieBamber, who played Matt, guest-starred on an episode of ''Series/CSIMiami''. Even "funnier", after several years of playing a by-the-book cop, he was now playing a criminal. . .named Ronnie.

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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: FunnyAneurysmMoment[=/=]HilariousInHindsight: DI Chandler comments to Ronnie and Matt that whoever cleaned a crime scene "must be a fan of CSI". Shortly after leaving the show, JamieBamber, Creator/JamieBamber, who played Matt, guest-starred on an episode of ''Series/CSIMiami''. Even "funnier", after several years of playing a by-the-book cop, he was now playing a criminal. . .named Ronnie.Ronnie.
** A {{Crossover}} fanfic with {{''Series/NCIS''}} that had Matt and Ronnie venturing to Washington, DC became this once Creator/JamieBamber began a recurring role as Ellie Bishop's husband.



** And an "out-show" example: Matt was killed by someone seeking revenge against the police for bungling the investigation into his brother's murder--something he had ''nothing'' to do with. The subsequent murders of two NYPD officers by a man who wanted to avenge the death of Eric Garner (a man suffocated by the cops as they attempted to restrain and arrest him for selling loose cigarettes. The officer who applied the fatal chokehold was not indicted) bears an eerie similarity, right down to the fact that the officers in question had nothing to do with the aforementioned incident and that their killer was intentionally targeting the police.

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** And an "out-show" example: Matt was killed by someone seeking revenge against the police for bungling the investigation into his brother's murder--something he had ''nothing'' to do with. The subsequent December 2014 murders of two NYPD officers by a man who wanted to avenge the death of Eric Garner (a man suffocated by the cops as they attempted to restrain and arrest him for selling loose cigarettes. The officer who applied the fatal chokehold was not indicted) bears an eerie similarity, right down to the fact that the officers in question had nothing to do with the aforementioned incident and that their killer was intentionally targeting the police.
18th Apr '15 6:20:25 PM nombretomado
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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: DI Chandler comments to Ronnie and Matt that whoever cleaned a crime scene "must be a fan of CSI". Shortly after leaving the show, JamieBamber, who played Matt, guest-starred on an episode of CSIMiami. Even "funnier", after several years of playing a by-the-book cop, he was now playing a criminal. . .named Ronnie.

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* FunnyAneurysmMoment: DI Chandler comments to Ronnie and Matt that whoever cleaned a crime scene "must be a fan of CSI". Shortly after leaving the show, JamieBamber, who played Matt, guest-starred on an episode of CSIMiami.''Series/CSIMiami''. Even "funnier", after several years of playing a by-the-book cop, he was now playing a criminal. . .named Ronnie.
6th Mar '15 10:47:28 PM Eagal
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* DudeNotFunny: A literal and decidedly unhumorous version when Brooks and Devlin interrogate a man about the murder of a boy who lived in his apartment building. The man had been the prime suspect 20-something years earlier when the boy disappeared and is clearly still bitter about the bigotry and homophobia he dealt with. As such, he sarcastically confesses (NOT an example of said trope) to having killed the child, to which a thoroughly unamused Matt replies, "That's not funny, Mr. Connor."
** The man's black sense of humor returns in a more satisfying way when the real killer confesses in court and the original suspect gives him a harsh and heartfelt SlowClap.
6th Mar '15 10:46:49 PM Eagal
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** And an "out-show" example: Matt was killed by someone seeking revenge against the police for bungling the investigation into his brother's murder--something he had ''nothing'' to do with. The recent murders of two NYPD officers by a man who wanted to avenge the death of Eric Garner (a man suffocated by the cops as they attempted to restrain and arrest him for selling loose cigarettes. The officer who applied the fatal chokehold was not indicted) bears an eerie similarity, right down to the fact that the officers in question had nothing to do with the aforementioned incident and that their killer was intentionally targeting the police.

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** And an "out-show" example: Matt was killed by someone seeking revenge against the police for bungling the investigation into his brother's murder--something he had ''nothing'' to do with. The recent subsequent murders of two NYPD officers by a man who wanted to avenge the death of Eric Garner (a man suffocated by the cops as they attempted to restrain and arrest him for selling loose cigarettes. The officer who applied the fatal chokehold was not indicted) bears an eerie similarity, right down to the fact that the officers in question had nothing to do with the aforementioned incident and that their killer was intentionally targeting the police.
23rd Dec '14 8:34:25 AM DrOO7
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