Law & Order

Law & Order

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Law & Order is an American police procedural and legal drama television series. Set in New York City, the series mainly follows the professional lives of several police officers and prosecutors who represent the public interest in the criminal justice system. The characters frequently encounter dilemmas and frustrations as cases go through the stages of investigation, arrest, negotiation and trial. Matters are rarely resolved easily or satisfactorily for the people involved.

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It is the basis of these television series...

Crime & Punishment

This Television Series is a spin-off of Law & Order
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Law & Order: Criminal Intent

This Television Series is inspired by Law & Order
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Law & Order: Los Angeles

This Television Series is a spin-off of Law & Order
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Law & Order: Trial By Jury

This Television Series is a spin-off of Law & Order
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Law & Order: UK

This Television Series is inspired by Law & Order
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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

This Television Series is related to Law & Order
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It is referred to by these television episodes...

30 Rock:
Season:  6  / Episode:  10 
Alexis Goodlooking and the Case of the Missing Whisky

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
While watching the end credits for Law and Order, Kenneth says, "They can't say Dick Wolf on TV." Dick Wolf (Richard Anthony Wolf) is the executive producer of the show, and his name appears prominently in the credits.

The Office:
Season:  7  / Episode:  3 
Andy's Play

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Michael tried out for a part in the 'Sweeney Todd' musical, performing an entire episode of the show 'Law & Order' for his audition.

Bob's Burgers:
Season:  2  / Episode:  8 
Bad Tina

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Tina writes a number of erotic stories, one titled "Erotic Law & Order".

Community:
Season:  3  / Episode:  17 
Basic Lupine Urology

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
This episode of Community parodies the format of Law & Order.

The Cleveland Show:
Season:  1  / Episode:  13 
Buried Pleasure

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
When Donna and Jane are fighting, Donna pulls out a bunch of DVDs to throw and says, "I hope you like Law and Order".

Community:
Season:  1  / Episode:  16 
Communication Studies

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Jeff's girlfriend is upset that Jeff has tried so hard to make Britta happy when he can't even remember to pick up ice cream for "Law & Order night" with her.

Community:
Season:  1  / Episode:  21 
Contemporary American Poultry

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order

Justified:
Season:  2  / Episode:  11 
Full Commitment

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
"Maybe I've just seen too much Law and Order"

Dead Like Me:
Season:  2  / Episode:  15 
Haunted

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Mason mentions that he was watching a re-run of Law and Order.

Futurama:
Season:  8  / Episode:  4 
Law and Oracle

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
This episode's title is a reference to the TV show, "Law and Order".

30 Rock:
Season:  5  / Episode:  3 
Let's Stay Together

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Jack attempts to defend a comment that NBC is not diverse enough by saying that Anthony Anderson is on the show 'Law & Order', before he is told that 'Law & Order' has been canceled.

Family Guy:
Season:  14  / Episode:  4 
Peternormal Activity

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Chung Chung sound effect

30 Rock:
Season:  1  / Episode:  1 
Pilot

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Jenna mentions how she played a dead person on Law and Order.

Harry's Law:
Season:  1  / Episode:  1 
Pilot

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Jenna says to Harriet, "Isn't it risky to let the defendant testify? They never do that on 'Law & Order'." in reference to possibly putting Malcolm on the witness stand.

Family Guy:
Season:  11  / Episode:  2 
Ratings Guy

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Dick Wolf, creator of the series, 'Law & Order' is consulted about how to create good TV shows. His advice is to make the same show six different times.

Friends:
Season:  5  / Episode:  19 
The One Where Ross Can't Flirt

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order

Orange is the New Black:
Season:  5  / Episode:  9 
The Tightening

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order

Orange is the New Black:
Season:  5  / Episode:  8 
Tied to the Tracks

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order

30 Rock:
Season:  6  / Episode:  5 
Today You Are a Man

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order

The Middle:
Season:  4  / Episode:  10 
Twenty Years

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Axl learned the term "malicious and spurious charges" from watching Law and Order.

Weeds:
Season:  7  / Episode:  11 
Une Mere Que J'aimerais Baiser

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
Shane tells Silas about the Pouncey House bust, explaining that the arrest was pretty awesome, like a Law & Order episode, except the cops didn't look like a bunch of actors.

Entourage:
Season:  8  / Episode:  4 
Whiz Kid

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order
When Vince and Turtle go to the police station to give a statement about Carl Ertz's suicide, Drama worries that the policeman is going to separate the two. The policeman says he won't and wants to know why Drama thinks he would. Scott tells the policeman to ignore Drama, saying that he watches too many episodes of 'Law & Order'.

Weeds:
Season:  1  / Episode:  1 
You Can't Miss the Bear

This Television Episode refers to Law & Order

It is referred to by these movies...

Hall Pass

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This Movie refers to Law & Order
The "chung chung" scene change sound from Law and Order is played for before each day of the hall pass.
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NBC Commercial for Brooklyn Nine-Nine - These Are Their Stories - Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Promo)

This Television Commercial parodies Law & Order

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Hulu Plus Commercial

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