It is the little details that make the big difference. It was a constant thing with that guy! He has another side, a vicious side, that Criminal Intent's Robert Goren Vincent D'Onofrio lacks. Ice-T plays the character reasonably well, but I think we'd all like to see a meaner side of him. It might help her stop being so stubborn. Wong and Richard Belzer all share one thing in common: they star in one of finest series on television. While a few years ago I'd given this series an 8 out of 10 I'm much more inclined now to rate it even higher.
The final detective is Finn Tutuola, played by former rapper Ice-T. The show is very likable to watch. I absolutely adore Vincent D'Onofrio, but this show doesn't do it for me. Some of the stories contain conventional crime stories, but more than is normally frequent, the stories contain rather important issues, moral, psychological and legal. As the series progressed, work with a District Attorney began to find its way into the plots, but in a manner more complementary to the work of the detectives. I often forget that these are actors, not real people.
Next is the sarcastic detective Jon Munch, played by the excellent comedian Richard Belzer. George Huang is a bit of a weird one to me, he is an all knowing character that truly knows everything and always has an answer and an opinion ready. One thin I really had to get used to was Richard Belzer's Det. Just to compare I looked up the share's of those 3 shows on the internet. Anyway, I love Law and Order. She is also very stubborn. This however is not the case, every episode is extremely original.
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The show has a very easy going nature despite the hardness of the cast that works well and acted beautifully. A's job is, but her involvement in the series also shows what difficult decisions need to be made at times when the victim becomes the pursued or when a suspect cannot legally be brought to justice. Herself a child of rape, Benson has trouble separating herself from the case after realizing that the victim was a rapist. Each episode is riveting, written with intelligence, and character driven. Furthermore, the cast is so good portraying their characters that I have to remind myself that they are actors not detectives. I loved him in 'The Velocity Of Gary' and 'The Cell'. It's always been one of my favorite shows.
Marishka is great and Ice-T is amusing. It seems to me that in the first few years of the series he was present much more and he made much more cynical remarks, something I really enjoyed. It has very much diversity, it offers insight into the psyche's of both victim's and perpetrators and it is realistic in every aspect. I'm very pleased that he's been nominated for an Emmy. Christopher and Mariska are great actors.
I like the story lines better and the characters have more passion, more heart. I was amazed and pleased that they'll take on any topic within their framework. First half hour is the law then the next is the order. The relative underdevelopment of most of the support characters does not help. In the Netherlands these figures are 1,175 million; 910 thousand and 370 thousand. It is not recommended for sensitive viewers, but as an insight into the lot of those who have to clean up the mess in one of the modern world's most sexually violent societies, it works brilliantly.
Neither Elliot Stabler Christopher Meloni or Olivia Benson Mariska Hargitay are interesting enough. This trend has somewhat diminished over the years, yet you can still see each individual's background shining through into their work ethics. If you watch long enough, you can get bits and pieces of information on everyone of them, thus discovering what makes them tick. Stephanie March's character provides the viewer not only with an insight to what the D. The original series is faltering slightly on this score, but when it does succeed, it succeeds enough to more than make up for all the average stories. He watches out for his partner, Benson, and I think he's just an all around good guy.
Rarely actually never have I heard talk about this show, unless I brought it up myself and ended up discussing it with them. This is the first show, aside from Oprah, that dealt with this issue. I tape all the episodes on my Tivo. I personally think this is the best one out of all of them. Mariska Hartigay is excellent as her portrayal of Det. Click is not liable for any copyrighted, legality or any other aspect of the linked sites mentioned.
Dick Wolf has combined quality writing with quality casting. It stars Christopher Meloni as Elliot Stabler, a tough-as-nails detective who makes his hatred of pedophiles and child molesters well known many times throughout the show. Of course this has a lot to do with it's programming spot. Further investigation reveals that the dead man was a Serbian soldier named Stefan Tanzic, who had been indicted on charges of ethnic cleansing. Another side benefit of the reduction in emphasis on the legal dealings is that we get to see more of the personal lives of the detectives, without them necessarily having to be worked into the plot. Not many complaints on the subject of the show, but after a while the writers will have to use more intense subject material, which might draw fire from any number of sources. Furthermore, the cast portray their characters so well that I have to remind myself that they are actors not detectives.