I was tipped to DVR this episode from Wally over at TWoP. Quite a revelation watching this gritty, dark, very realistic episode. The DA's office was messy, overcrowded and chaotic. They don't show that anymore, we usually just see McCoy or Cutter's nice, quiet offices.
A very young, thin, bushy haired Chris Noth. I can see why women had their crushes on Det. Logan ;D
This episode is rarely run. Sorry - I should have posted the info here just in case someone wanted to see it.
Last Edit: Nov 30, 2009 17:44:02 GMT -5 by DonnaJo
Sorry Techguy. I should have mentioned it sooner. Since I know that you're interested in the earlier episodes, I'll post them when they come up.
Like...WOW on Chris' new body. He looks amazing! It goes to show you that with discipline and hard work, those of us who are 50+ can slim and tone down. Sure, its much harder (I can attest to that). Actually, it the hardest for post menopausal women. Our bodies biologically change. Men don't have that particular excuse. Especially men who can afford a personal trainer.
Post by wilmingtonfan on Dec 3, 2009 14:15:58 GMT -5
I think I missed this episode, but I have noticed that the early morning episodes of L&O on TNT (e.g., 5:00 a.m. (Eastern time) or earlier) that they have been running the last couple of weeks are from Season 1 -- Chris Noth and his first partner. He sure does look young and great. I really liked Mike Moriarty and his ADA (name escapes me at the moment). At 6:00 a.m. they go back to showing the more recent episodes, from Benjamin Bratt and up. I was glad to see that the early episodes are starting to get some airing.
Post by wilmingtonfan on Dec 3, 2009 16:03:11 GMT -5
Thanks. I really like that actor, Richard Brooks. I think this combo worked well. I could never figure out why there was never another male ADA or a minority. I have since learned that there was a demand for females on the show, which is fine, but since they change it up so often, they could have put in some women detectives and some male ADA's. It is just so predictable now. I really liked the interplay between Michael Moriarty and Richard Brooks in the early episodes.