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InsensitiveSeaBass
Apr 1, 2008

You're entering a realm which is unusual. Maybe it's magic, or contains some kind of monster... The second one. Prepare to enter The Scary Door.

Nap Ghost


The noise better go KNIOD KNOID in this one. Hopefully they can get someone like Melnick to run the law firm (who am I kidding, it'll be Robinette). If they at least show one guilty as sin defendant and how you prep for that trial, I'd be interested.

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InsensitiveSeaBass
Apr 1, 2008

You're entering a realm which is unusual. Maybe it's magic, or contains some kind of monster... The second one. Prepare to enter The Scary Door.

Nap Ghost

Mooseontheloose posted:

They don't call him "Hang 'Em High" McCoy for nothing.

Basically Jack McCoy basically likes to win and views things like murder/assault/rape and attacking the relative peace people live in as so abhorrent that he'll use the law to protect it. It's also why he is kind of a berserker when another lawyer, officer of the court, or public servant breaks the bond.

The series finale has Jack go to the logical extreme: either the Teacher's Union lawyer gives up the info needed to find a teacher and the school he'll blow up; or Jack uses the "full weight" of the office instead, then resigns to help the grieving parents crush the union in a wrongful death suit, finally Jack steals the lawyer's wife.

InsensitiveSeaBass
Apr 1, 2008

You're entering a realm which is unusual. Maybe it's magic, or contains some kind of monster... The second one. Prepare to enter The Scary Door.

Nap Ghost

Coxswain Balls posted:

Do the detectives ever shoot their guns in this show? I haven't seen it once yet and so far I like how they don't rely on stuff like action sequences, maybe chasing a perp down the street at most. I get the feeling if it ever happens it's gotta be an oh poo poo moment and I hope it surprises me.

Wait, I just remembered the one where Lt. Van Buren ices an intellectually disabled kid. She was off duty and being mugged for that one though, but the ensuing poo poo show was an alright hook for an episode plot.

Green does it off camera in his last episode. It also leads to Anthony Anderson's character investigating him, then moving from Internal Affairs to replacing Green at the 27 in the next episode.

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