Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Season 6, Episode 10

Weeping Willow (28 Nov. 2006)

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Logan and Wheeler investigate the cyber-kidnapping of a popular female video blogger--something that many people suspect to be a hoax.

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Logan and Wheeler investigate the cyber-kidnapping of a popular female video blogger--something that many people suspect to be a hoax.

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This episode is based on the Lonelygirl15 (2006) hoax. Beginning in the spring of 2006, video blogs from a user known as lonelygirl15 (weepingwillow17 in the episode), who claimed to be a lonely, home-schooled teenager, began showing up on YouTube (YouLenz in the episode), a popular on-line website that hosts videos. The user was eventually revealed to be a 19-year-old actress named Jessica Rose who was working on getting her acting career started. See more »

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Good Episode Ruined By the Ending... Geez!
23 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I hesitated to write this but then I wondered to myself, would I liked to have been warned beforehand or not?! After some thought I decided yes, I wish someone would've warned me and I wouldn't've had TV-rage at the end! I thought the "was it real or not" suspense throughout almost the entire episode WAS great, I didn't know, and the detectives didn't know, and struggled with the dilemma of erring on the side of it being real.

So for that it was fun. As others have written, the ending? No one prosecuted for major fraud? Holden is faking death on a morgue table one minute and back with Willow the next scene? She doesn't question that? She empties their million dollars? The city didn't hold them legally responsible for the fraud costs?

I can't believe it's because one guy committed manslaughter. Every thing else they did was all major intentional fraud and mis-use of police resources. I'm used to hurried endings sometime, but not this.

Amazingly lame. :(


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