Law & Order: The Sixth Year
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Benjamin Bratt takes his place as Detective Reynaldo 'Rey' Curtis. Curtis was a good cop, in need of some seasoning though, but on a personal note, I found him too parochially minded at times. The season ends with the surprising death of a main character, but to keep things interesting, I'm not listing the character here.
The 6th season of Law & Order continues the series tradition of addressing current social issues such as hate crimes, drugs, rape, racism, and various other crimes. This season also features the first crossover episode between Law & Order and Homicide: Life on the Street. Whether the episode from the second series is included in this set, I do not possess that information.
Of course, the cast delivers excellent performances as always, from the wise-cracking Lennie Briscoe, played by the late, much-lamented Jerry Orbach, to the passionately driven Jack McCoy played by Sam Waterston, as he relentlessly pursues justice in the cases he receives.
Now, Universal, get the rest of the seasons out!!!
This being the last season for Jill Hennessey playing Assistant ADA Claire Kincaid, definitely makes you appreciate her character...she portayed it very VERY well...her chemistry with ADA Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston), is practically unmatched...maybe Seasons 8 and 9 with Briscoe and Curtis, or seasons 11 and 12 with Briscoe and Green...but other than that, these two really worked well together and were an amazing pairing...you really feel like they work for the District Attorneys office...and you never really find out if they are actually sleeping together, but you kind of sense that they are...given McCoy's "history" with prior female 2nd chair ADA's...it is heartbreaking to see how Claire Kincaid bites the dust in the season finale, but fortunately Carie Lowells portrayal of Jamie Ross was good enough of a replacement in Seasons 7 and 8...
Also, we are introcuded to Briscoe's new partner, Detective Ray Curtis, as Det Mike Logan gets transfered to Staten Island as punishment for his temper getting the best of him in the Season 5 finale...they get off to a rocky start, but after a handful of episodes they are pals and start to develop some chemistry...which they perfect a couple seasons later...it's great to get a fresh face in the department after 5 years of Mike Logan...no knock on him, but it was definitely time for him to bow out and for someone new, and a bit more in contrast personality-wise and appearance-wise than Briscoe, to join the team...Read more ›
I am sure that it will be as fine as the rest of the seasons that I have ordered, also I would like to say a word about your service. I have found it to be as good as your products. I would have given this product five stars,but I have not finished
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The packaging was fine, despite some other reviewers saying to the contrary. As long as I get my Law and Order fix I'm happy!Published 7 months ago by Cupcake Girl
One of the best shows ever on television. Worthy of watching over and over.Published 7 months ago by Kathy M.
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