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Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Season 6HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Season 6 of this uniquely riveting Law & Order series is the best yet. In the NYPD, Detectives Robert Goren and Mike Logan are the most elite crime solvers of the Major Case Squad, taking on the highest profile cases that must be solved by exposing "criminal intent." Each detective employs his own intense sleuthing technique — along with partners Alexandra Eames and Megan Wheeler — with equally effective results.

Customer Reviews

Warren Leight's changes not for the better

Warren Leight has rendered L&O:CI unrecognizable. The gratuitious, exaggerated camerawork and cheesy music makes it seem like a "CSI" knockoff. Why Leight thinks techno is preferable to string swells is beyond me. Gone are the "ching-ching" and the black cards;it's not L&O without the "ching-ching!" Ironically, Leight is a playwright; you'd think the visuals and music would be the last thing he'd change. And finally - there does NOT need to be more focus on the personal lives of the characters! It's "Criminal Intent", not "Detective Intent." We've learned plenty about Goren & Eames over the years; the details have just been revealed in subtle ways. I'll take subtlety over melodrama any day. If you think "Blind Spot" was the best episode ever, check out the Season Two DVD when it comes out December 12th. Probably L&O:CI's best season. IMO, "Blind Spot" doesn't compare to episodes like "Anti-Thesis", "Con-Text", "Baggage", "See Me", "Monster", "Cuba Libre", "Probability", "Cold Comfort", "Chinoiserie", "Zoonotic", or "A Person of Interest."

A review of more than just the first episode is in order

First of all, I just wanted to say that I didnt like Begosian as the new captain at first, seemed confrontational to Goren who as a fan I really get behind, but as the next few shows unfolded we saw that a realistic "skeptical at first then slow building respect" thing is happening. I like it; it's a realistic depiction of two strong personalities in a high stress job getting to know each other and building a working relationship. I also miss Deakins, but last season did leave him getting hammered pretty hard in his workplace, setting the stage for a new player. Second, I was very hesitant at first regarding Chris Noth's addition to the show last season. I love the intense and slightly sick psychological destruction that Goren perpetrates on the criminals as he unfolds the evidence and breaks them into confessions. Means justify the ends? Its a grey world and that's life, and it makes good story. But I think that allowing a second line of character development with Noth (now with a new partner who I really am getting to like, great contrast to Det. Logan) will allow the writing to stay fresh and strengthen each individual episode. Goren & Eames have been on for 6 seasons now, and watching that quirky head tilt (Still not as bad as Horatio Cane of Miami CSI's ridiculous broken neck dramatics-ham it up D. Caruso!) when he is getting into the head of the suspects can seem a little overdone. As to the new cinematic effects and musical style, that was not as much an impact on me as previous reviewers. In my opinion, the show has done something difficult-reinvigorated a show in its 6th year, introduced new characters in a solid plot-logical fashion, and kept the relationships interesting. Logan is a good old-school style of cop and has continuity from previous L&O storylines, and serves as a counterpoint to the educated, profiling style of Goren. Eames gets fleshed out and has more impact, and Wheeler is really looking interesting. I think Logan and Wheeler's partnership is one of the more promising developments. Great episode for me was Maltese Cross-I really thought it was an intense episode, and the firefighter was a great cast. I rate this 4 stars because five stars is what I would give to something like early West Wing, or some Pay-Cable shows like Deadwood, where the writing is simply amazing. Great actors can't do anything with bad material, and overall the writing here is getting better, a remarkable feat this late in the series AND franchises' runs. Nice Job, CI.

Better than ever!

Blind Spot is without a doubt, the BEST CI episode ever. It is so much mature, the plot was fantastic and we got to see a whole new side of Eames (hello MacGyver!). I loved the music, and the new captain and all the changes. Goren is great. I can't say enough good things about this episode. I'm so happy to have Eames and Goren back for another season.