Law & Order: Criminal Intent - "Neighborhood Watch" - Logan/Wheeler

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  1. Mr. Laser Beam

    Mr. Laser Beam Fleet Admiral Admiral

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    Re: Law & Order: Criminal Intent - "Neighborhood Watch" - Logan/Wheele

    A few questions:

    - Are there any Goren/Eames episodes left this season?

    - Is Wheeler returning for the next?

    - Anybody know the name of Jeff Goldblum's character? (I'm just guessing here that it isn't Raines. ;) )
     
  2. Emh

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    Re: Law & Order: Criminal Intent - "Neighborhood Watch" - Logan/Wheele

    Goren/Eames have the season finale the following week.

    As far as I know, Wheeler is returning.

    We don't know the name of Jeff Goldblum's character yet.
     
  3. nx1701g

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    Re: Law & Order: Criminal Intent - "Neighborhood Watch" - Logan/Wheele

    ^ From what he said in a TVGuide interview he doesn't even know his character's name yet.
     
  4. Cutter John

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    Re: Law & Order: Criminal Intent - "Neighborhood Watch" - Logan/Wheele

    Man, what a difference. In the SVU episodes before this you had victims going through hell just trying to convict the guy. Yet in CI all it took was one snobby teenager shrugging and saying 'yeah sure I guess' to get the guy locked up. Damn, I guess money really does buy justice in the L&O universe.

    We never did find out what happened to the guys head. You'd think that would've been a key piece fo evidence.

    Thats the vibe I was getting. Trying to showing Logans general dissatisfaction with the way his life is headed.
     
  5. Christopher

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    Re: Law & Order: Criminal Intent - "Neighborhood Watch" - Logan/Wheele

    Yes, we did, but it was a throwaway line. When Logan was talking to the cop who sabotaged the car, he said the head had been in a storage locker somewhere.

    And the killers may have been idiots, but I can't blame them for wanting to impress that girl. She was stunning. Who was the actress?