Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Anti-Thesis - S2-E3

Character mistake: Nicole Wallace has murdered and stolen the identity of Professor Elizabeth Hitchens, who was Australian. While speaking to Detective Goren she refers to her life in Melbourne, pronouncing it the American way : "Mel-born." No Australian would do such a thing - it is pronounced "Melbun." A detail-obsessed knowall like Goren would pick up on that immediately.

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Suggested correction: Not everyone who is Australian says 'Melbun' when referring to Melbourne.

Utter rubbish. I lived in Australia for thirty five years. Nobody - absolutely nobody - calls it "Mel-Bawn." It's "Melbun." Incidentally, this also applies to the American pronunciation of the capital of Queensland - "Bris-bayne." It's pronounced "Brisbun."

Suite Sorrow - S2-E12

Continuity mistake: As Goren and Eames are questioning the Botox guy, Goren takes several syringes from the kit and begins tossing them like darts into the notebook on the table. He does this with at least 5 syringes before the camera angle changes, and when it cuts back to him again there are no syringes in the notebook and he has a fresh handful of them that he begins uncapping and tossing all over again.

Zoonotic (1) - S2-E22

Continuity mistake: Goren is interviewing Roger Stern in the cells at the end of the episode. The bars on the cell are straight with curves where the bars cross. In some shots when you look at Goren the bars are bent from one cross section to the next. This changes from shot to shot. (00:34:00 - 00:39:00)

David Doyle

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.

Maria Santos

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Unrequited - S3-E12

Question: Why did Marion look at Harvey with shock when the cruise ship up the Hudson river was mentioned?

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