How did I not know about this?!

Addendum: And it’s got Lee Adama in it! That’s at least two stars from BSG that landed straight onto another program. Overall, it was a pretty typical L&O order. The accused was a well-to-do white woman. Man, those court wigs sure are something, aren’t they? Seems so silly, but I’m not sure why it’s any more silly than other required vestments like judge’s robes and whatnot. I know that it was all in English, but I really could have used subtitles on this.

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4 Responses to Law & Order Crosses The Atlantic!

  1. Peter says:

    The accused was a well-to-do white woman.

    Golly gee, what a surprise!

  2. trumwill says:

    Yeah. I was thinking of you when I wrote that.

  3. Becky says:

    Actually, I see that as a bummer, as I liked Jamie Bamber and figured he’d get cast in one of our shows soon.

  4. trumwill says:

    I didn’t think that I liked Jamie Barber, but it turns out that I didn’t like Lee Adama. In L&), it hardly seems like him because of the funny way that he talks. It’s a credit that it never occurred to me that he was British.

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