Law & Order: Criminal Intent 7 Seasons 2007

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Season 6
(67) IMDb 8.7/10

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Emmy Winner Doris Roberts guest stars as a prominent socialite in a case of murder and greed.

Starring:
Vincent D'Onofrio, Kathryn Erbe
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
January 9, 2007

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Season 6

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So a good addition to my DVD TV Library.
KCWANGSVICK
D'Onofrio does a great job with his eccentricities and Erbe is a wonderful actress as well.
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I love this show and love the way that the characters solve the puzzles and problems.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By skhanner on July 22, 2011
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The introduction of Eric Bogosian to the show has made a world of difference. His brand of snarkiness is different from Eames' and it adds a wonderful touch to the show. He provides a new perspective to the show's plots and to the characters too.
Being a fan of Vincent d'Onofrio, I wish there were more episodes with Bobby, but I am pleased by the episodes that Nicholson and Noth do in this season. There is better chemistry between the two of them than with Sciorra.
I love this season because we get greater insight into Goren's troubled personal life and these personal scenes are poignant and disturbing at the same time cause he comes under so much pressure...'Endgame' was particularly very good.
I also like the way Eames and Goren handle each other...she is not in his shadow and he depends upon her as much as she needs his skill and expertise.
As for the plots, all I can say, is keep up the good work. I can't wait until Season 7 comes out on dvd. I don't care how much it costs..Vincent d'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe are the best!!!
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Ann on March 28, 2012
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I've heard some people claim the show 'jumped the shark' by exploring the detectives' personal lives and becoming a little too (melo)dramatic with Goren's mother and the Robert Ford Brady storyline. I heartily disagree; this is what made the show more interesting for me and allowed Goren to shine in a completely different way. Really, there was nowhere else the show could have gone after five years; the writers and actors had to try something different. Sometimes I get frustrated with all L&Os because I want to know more about the characters. Dick Wolf is a tease!

Personally, S6 is my favorite of all seasons starting with the compelling episode 'Blind Spot', where Eames is kidnapped. Throughout the season, we finally really get to know Goren instead of getting the all too brief snippets and taunting little hints that the writers threw us on rare occasions in prior years. Eames is also fleshed out a little more (but still not enough). Vincent D'Onofrio really shines and delivers the emotions (and looks particularly sexy) in season six. There are some impressive guest stars who bounce off D'Onofrio so well including John Glover, Martha Plimpton, Liza Minelli, Tony Goldwyn, and Roy Scheider to name but a few.

I always thought Barek (played by the gorgeous Sciorra) was a little flat, so I was glad to see Logan with a new partner. Of the Noth episodes, the two best are 'Maltese Cross'. and 'Renewal' (Erbe is briefly in that one too). 'Renewal' features an outstanding performance by Noth (and guest star Kellie Williams). I used to skip the Logan episodes because I just wanted Goren and Eames, but it was a disservice to do that. These episodes certainly have a different tone, but I enjoy them in a different way. Logan is a great creation; I should have remembered that.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JJ on September 9, 2011
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I love to watch this show on DVDs. Watching Goren's mind at work is so interesting. I can see why it was to hard for Vincent D'Onofrio to keep doing it week after week.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ohsnapiam56 on October 31, 2010
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POSSIBLE SPOILERS!!!Eames is the stronger character of this duo and if you don't believe that, you have to watch this episode, very appropriately called 'Blind Spot'. Eames has been captured by a serial killer. And D'Onofrio goes to pieces. As always, Vincent D'Onofrio is hypnotic. He is almost incapacitated by the thought of Eames being tortured and killed. There are a number of 'Blind Spots' in this episode...D'Onofrio's relationship with Eames, his mentor and his mentor's daughter. And his relationship with himself. A great episode, one of my favorites.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. Timm on December 15, 2007
I am getting caught up on seasons 5 and 6 this winter. I can't believe how astounding the performances are by Katherine Erbe and Vincent D'Onofrio. I am compelled and even uncomfortable at times watching, and I am seldom moved by television performances as I am by these actors.

I watch the Goren/Eames team episodes first (OF COURSE) and the Logan/[insert new partner here]episodes second. I am less affected by those episodes, but they are interesting none the less.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ripsmum on February 11, 2012
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As a long-standing fan of L&O: CI I couldn't wait to get my greasy paws on my own copy of Season 6. Living all the way over in the UK I expected a LOOOOONG wait for the dvd to arrive. Not the case. Needless to say I was very impressed with the service :o)

So, Season 6 carries on with more of the same... we get to see more glimpses into what makes Goren, being played brilliantly by VDO AGAIN, tick and the ever developing symbiotic relationship between he and Eames - also brilliantly (and somewhat frequently underratedly) played by Kate Erbe.

My only complaint is that they still only have 50% of the air time in this season, but that aside, there are some absolute corkers here, and whilst Blind Spot will probably remain a classic, I personally also loved:

Masquerade (Liza & the way Bobby handled her flirting was very sweet);
Siren Call;
The War at Home (which gave us our first brief glimpse of the Detectives' private lives);
Brother's Keeper (complete with a heartbreaking scene between Bobby & Frank); and
Endgame (frankly; I cried too).

Frankly, this season is an absolute must for any fan of the show and one that I will play over and over... just as well as Bobby & Alex are now retired from our screens *heavy sigh*
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