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Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Season 7HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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In the seventh season of Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Detective Robert Goren (Vincent D'Onofrio) returns to the job after a highly charged case in which he learned a serial killer on death row might have had ties to his dying mother. While Detective Goren grapples with questions of identity, Detective Alex Eames (Kathryn Erbe) confronts a ghost from her past when she's compelled to re-open the investigation of her husband's murder. Meanwhile, Detective Mike Logan (Chris Noth) gets a temporary new partner, Detective Nola Falacci (Alicia Witt). She's brilliant, forceful, and so driven that Detective Logan finds himself in the unaccustomed position as the voice of reason.

Customer Reviews

Colour problem

What is happening with the Quality ? Since episode 12 (Contract) it seems the colour-spectrum is wrong. There is a too much RED and less other colours! I am not a technician, just a concerned customer.

Good to see this back in itunes. Add all seasons!

Good to see Apple & NBC Universal were able to come to an agreement so this show is available again on itunes. It was nice to watch the unedited episodes. Would love to see the rest of the seasons, especially 4, as it is not available on DVD. To the person who posted about not being able to download the SD verison - I had same issue. If you turn off "Shopping Cart", it seems to resolve the problem.

Look elsewhere

This is clearly one of the best shows on television--though they should stick with the D'Onfrio/Erbe episodes, which are always superior. But why pay 3 bucks when it's 2 buck an episode over at amaz-on??