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Who Are Your Favorite “Law & Order” Guest Stars?

21 October 2010 12:46 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

There’s a running joke that everyone has been on Law & Order at some point. With seven incarnations over two decades, it’s become less of a joke and more of a reality. From perpetrators to defense attorneys to victims, the franchise has featured some notable names and outstanding performances (like in last night’s Svu). Below are a list of some of my favorites – who are yours?

Spoiler Alert: Since we’re discussing entire guest arcs here, there are spoilers for episodes below.

In no particular order:

1. Jason Wiles, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (“Branded,” 2010)

Anyone who knows me could have guessed that Jason Wiles would end up on this list; I’ve been a fan of his since his work as hotheaded, dedicated cop Maurice “Bosco” Boscorelli on Third Watch. Yet as Alexander Gammon, he was the kind of guy Bosco would love to destroy – a rich, arrogant, »

- Brittany Frederick

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Law & Order: Los Angeles 1.01 “Hollywood” Review

29 September 2010 11:00 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Count me as one of the people who rolled their eyes when NBC made the decision to axe the reinvigorated Law & Order right before it made TV history, only to replace it with this West Coast spinoff in the same timeslot. Why, I thought, do you get rid of a show that’s getting its second wind…and then why do you replace it with a version of itself? It seemed a slap in the face to Law & Order fans.

The show didn’t do itself any favors with its unorthodox opening sequence, which threw out the beloved Steve Zirnkilton narration in favor of just putting the show’s logo over a black-and-white map of the Los Angeles area and the beat of some pop music. In fact, it makes the unfortunate choice to bypass an opening sequence altogether, going for the now-commonplace tactic of running credits over the first act. »

- Brittany Frederick

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Hawaii Five-o 1.01 “Pilot” Recap

20 September 2010 11:08 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

I’m about to severely date myself, but I remember watching the original Hawaii Five-o along with a whole batch of classic series like Dragnet, Hunter and The Equalizer when I was a kid. Mostly, my commentary on it at the time consisted of joking about how James MacArthur’s Danny Williams was always the one who had to imperil himself first. Now that I’m old enough to actually do more than take potshots at the original, there’s a remake for my generation. My first thought? Hoping it wasn’t the next L.A. Dragnet.

We open during a prisoner transport in South Korea, where then-Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin, who’s still going to be ‘the guy from Moonlight‘ to certain people no matter what he does) gets a desperate phone call from his father, who’s being held hostage by Victor Hesse (James Marsters), the »

- Brittany Frederick

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