Huzzah! It's "Ed and Lennie's Bad Day!" (The actual title is "Couples.") One of my favorite episodes!
Noth left the show months ago. In a statement, he said, "I feel like I have fully explored the character of Mike Logan."Mikuto said:Law and Order was Lennie Briscoe if you ask me. I've had the hardest time watching it every since he passed.
What's worse though is they dragged Chris Noth onto Law and Order: CI, I haven't been watching it much since the episodes were split between Goren/Eames and Logan/whatever chick they have him partnered with this week.
He's just NOT Jack McCoy.Bacardi Jim said:Gertie: I hated Linus Roache at first too, but he's slowly growing on me.
I liked Stone's tough cross-exams. In the end, though, you're right. His reasons for leaving were definitely goody-two-shoes. Jack wouldn't have quit.Stone was always such a goody-two-shoes straight arrow that I couldn't really believe in him as a character. I much prefer "win by any means necessary" Jack. And I loved his interaction with Abby "fry 'em all and let God sort them out" Carmichael.
I know it was the right thing to make him the DA (and thanks for the spoiler), but I just can't see McCoy sitting on the sidelines. Not his style at all.I hate that they've scaled back his character since Jack was appointed temporary DA. Three minutes of Jack per episode just isn't enough.
Logan on the phone with Marie when Max was killed ... even the thought of it gives me chills. Logan was a good cop that was constantly in trouble. Loved him for that. Reminds me of me. Not that I'm a cop, but I believe that the shortest distance between two points is right through anyone who stands in my way. I have no patience with anyone who tries to hold me back when I'm on a mission.I miss Max too. The only good thing about killing him off was that we got to see Logan in full-scale "loose cannon" mode when he collared the guy who killed Max. But I have to admit that Briscoe really improved the show a big notch in my book.