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  • Law and Order

    9 60.00%
  • CSI

    4 26.67%
  • Wha? IDK

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    L&O was my favorite, but it really hasn't been great television since Jerry Orbach left the show. (He played Det. Lennie Briscoe.)

    I like CSI, but don't care for CSI:NY and *hate* CSI:Miami. The Caine character is annoyingly self-righteous and Shatner-esque. Not sure if it's bad acting, bad writing, or a combination of both.
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    ygolo, which is better, Ritalin or Adderall?

    j/k Law and Order is better but they're both boring TV shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Why no option for SVU?
    Then there would need to be a "Criminal Intent" option also, and CSI has a its own proliferation of versions too. (I loathe "CSI:Miami" and will leave the room if it is on. The others, I will tolerate.)

    I actually liked the orignial Law and Order. The other ones...meh.

    I meant it as a comparison of all Law & Order shows to all CSI shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    Then there would need to be a "Criminal Intent" option also, and CSI has a its own proliferation of versions too. (I loathe "CSI:Miami" and will leave the room if it is on. The others, I will tolerate.)

    I actually liked the orignial Law and Order. The other ones...meh.

    I meant it as a comparison of all Law & Order shows to all CSI shows.
    OK, I get it. I am not a fan of CSI, but I like Law & Order. SVU is my favorite, followed by the original, followed by Criminal Intent. Trial by Jury was only on got like one season. Not that great. They all have a slightly different flavor. I haven't seen enough of the various CSIs to be able to speak with authority.
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    Never had any interest in Law & Order. I watched the original, Las Vegas-set, CSI for a while because I liked the actors, even though the show was kinda crap. Lost interest in that when I discovered 24. Then 24 started sucking last year. So I started watching Battlestar Galactica. I think I really only have enough attention span for one hour-long drama series at a time.

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