TV Series | TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Follows a crime (usually a murder), usually adapted from current headlines, from two separate vantage points, the police investigation and the prosecution in court.
With the airing of its twentieth season, beginning September 25, 2009, this show tied the record held by Gunsmoke (1955) for the longest running prime-time drama series on U.S. television (other shows, such as Saturday Night Live (1975) and The Simpsons (1989) have lasted longer, but in other genres). ... ...
That's just a load of rehearsed crap.
When the detectives are interviewing someone or working a crime scene, they are never seen taking notes. Real detectives are constantly taking notes. The notes are so important that they are occasionally booked into evidence to ensure the originals will be available for review before trial.
When the 15th season episode "Gunplay", originally aired in October 2004, was rebroadcast in March 2005, it ran with the opening credits showing Annie Parisse, even though the episode features Elizabeth Rohm who was originally credited. As a result, Rohm is uncredited in the rebroadcast of this episode.
The DVD release of the series will include footage not originally broadcast.
I'm Not Driving Anymore
Written and Performed by Rob Dougan
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