Law & Order: Criminal Intent

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Self-made - S7-E7

Continuity mistake: Near the end, the detectives give Hawkins the murdered woman's manuscript to read and compare. The stack of papers they give him is easily 300-400 pages thick and held together with a large binder clip. Moments later, in a fit of anger, Hawkins throws the manuscript in the air and papers fly everywhere. The problem is that he throws no more than 50 pages in the air.

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Poison - S1-E7

Ron Carter: In light of the severity of these crimes, we ask for remand, your honor.
Ms. O'Brien: In light of the weakness of their evidence, remand is absurd.
Ron Carver: The evidence past mustard with the grand jury.
Ms. O'Brien: Oh right, was my client indicted before or after the ham sandwich?

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Trivia: In the episode "Renewal," Logan talks about a dream where his old partner , Lenny, comes to him and says he's not dead. But when he wakes up he realizes that Lenny is dead. Lenny was Logan's partner on the original "Law and Order" series in the mid 1990s. The actor who played Lenny (Jerry Orbach) quit the series in 2003, but died of cancer a year later.

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Untethered - S7-E9

Question: When Goren infiltrates the prison, he says that his name is William Brady. He is then given a truth serum and under its effects, he admits his real name and that he's a cop. Given this information, why would he still be kept a prisoner instead of somebody calling the precinct he works at and inform Captain Ross?

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