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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D. Holden Foster (as Michael Goduti)
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Reggie Luckman
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Ira Whipple
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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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Getting More And More Weird
31 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Is it my imagination or are these Law and Ordeer: Criminal Intent stories getting more weird every week? The last season and now this one seems to be producing really far-out, strange material. But, real life can be even stranger and rumor has it this story was "based" on something that happened. Hey, for a guy who likes straight crime stories with a twist here and there and/or some suspense, however, these lately are getting too much. Also, many of the episodes of late have had very unsatisfactory endings. What happened to the bad guys getting caught and going to jail? That only happens about the half the time now.

How this small-town girl could pull a scam like the one shown in this story.....and then walk away and become famous, with no charges against her is an insult. She tied up the police for needless days with a fake crime on the Internet and there is nothing wrong with that? One person died, too, by the way, even if it was an accident. Yet, they show nobody - repeat, nobody - being arrested: the girl, her goofy filmmaker boyfriend, a hired actor/thug? Along the way, earlier in the show, the left wing writers of the show give an another cheap shot or two to some things in the culture they don't like: home schooling, "old-fashioned" parents and values and small towns. This is such an elitist show it's sickening at times.....but not as bad as the regular Law & Order.

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