YMMV / Law & Order: LA

  • Anvilicious: Refreshingly averted in "Hayden Tract", at least in regard to the game. If it had been a Jack McCoy vehicle, it would've turned into an Author Tract on how New Media Are Evil.
  • Die for Our Ship: Subverted in that it isn't a third branch of a love triangle that fans are hoping will die; instead, they want Connie Rubirosa's mother to die so Connie can leave LA and go back to New York to live happily ever after with Mike Cutter.
  • Narrowed It Down to the Guy I Recognize: Lee Tergesen and Denise Crosby both in the same episode? Yeah, they're both guilty.
  • What An Idiot: The golfer's son/murderer: You found the evidence, right? The murder weapon hidden in the bedr— Oh, Crap!!
  • The Woobie: Erin Graydon in "Van Nuys", who witnesses the brutal killing of her best friend, is scared to death that the people who did that will come after her. Later she finds out that she was the real target of the killers because she works in the porn industry and her employer found out she was HIV positive. He knew that she'd undergo a mandatory test soon and that when the results of that test came out his business would be shut down for months, so he set her up to be killed. When testifying, the defense attorney makes the experience as embarrassing and difficult for her as possible. The way she reacts to all of this makes you feel very sorry for her and want to comfort her. An In-Universe example, as Jaruszalski becomes very protective of her.

Alternative Title(s): Law And Order Los Angeles