Thursday, April 15, 2010

Your Thoughts on Loyalty

So what did you think of the Grande Finale of our departing loved ones?
Was it great? Was it ok? Was it pathetic?
Feel free to add your thoughts here.
Wax poetic, express your uncertainty or blast USA Network.
Try to use your nice words (in the most biting way possible - we want to keep this a PG rating)

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

A Letter to Vincent D'Onofrio




Do you want write a letter to the departing stars of Law and Order Criminal Intent, but you don't know what to say?

We hope this will help. We've composed a letter below. If you'd like to sign it (sort of like a petition!) please add your name in the comments section and approximately where you're from. Feel free to add any other thoughts, as well, and we'll include them in the binder.

Thank you so much for your brilliant portrayal of Robert Goren for the last 8 seasons. Your misfit character has affected many lives with his genius, insight, humanity, and compassion. Your tireless efforts to give your best performances are greatly appreciated.

We watched you take an intelligent, confident man living in denial of his personal feelings, to the depths of despair when those feelings were forced to the forefront in his life, all while doing an incredibly difficult job as the number one detective of NYC.

You also allowed us to see Goren begin to recover from his losses through
therapy and by reaching out to his family, and his partner, Eames, as best he could.

The words may have been written for you, but your physical and emotional expression of those words touched the hearts of many, many people. You have done an exceptional job with your character and we, your fans, want you to know that Detective Robert Goren will never be forgotten.

Never.

A Letter to Kathryn Erbe




Do you want write a letter to the departing stars of Law and Order Criminal Intent, but you don't know what to say?

We hope this will help. We've composed a letter below. If you'd like to sign it (sort of like a petition!) please add your name in the comments section and approximately where you're from. Feel free to add any other thoughts, as well, and we'll include them in the binder.



Where would Robert Goren be without Alex Eames? She is the glue that has kept him together. Kathryn, you created a character with whom we all wanted to be friends.

Detective Eames was a great cop, who just wanted to solve crimes. Alex’s loyalty belonged to the people who deserved that gift. She just did her job: "I didn’t take this job to get noticed.” Because of this, we really love you.

Behind Alex’s tough fa├žade exists a woman with a soft core. She is not afraid to show her feelings and Kathryn, your skills at sharing Alex's feelings were phenomenal. We couldn’t tell if Alex’s tears were also yours. We cried with you in Alex’s darkest moments but also laughed with you so many, many times.

Kathryn, thank you so much for giving us eight wonderful years of Alexandra Eames in Criminal Intent.

You’ll be missed so badly.

A Letter to Eric Bogosian




Do you want write a letter to the departing stars of Law and Order Criminal Intent, but you don't know what to say?

We hope this will help. We've composed a letter below. If you'd like to sign it (sort of like a petition!) please add your name in the comments section and approximately where you're from. Feel free to add any other thoughts, as well, and we'll include them in the binder.


I wish to thank you for bringing Captain Danny Ross to life on our television screens. Your portrayal of this conflicted man brought a whole new level to the Major Case Squad, increasing the drama surrounding the cases and the characters.

Captain Ross could be sarcastic and “reductive”, but also compassionate and diverse. He could be irrational and santomonious, as well as reasonable and sincere. There's nothing better for a LOCI fan than to observe a new and complex character and you gave us that opportunity.

Thank you. You will be missed.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Tickets to the Opera



Our latest addition to Danny Ross's binder!
Cara had this great idea.....

For Ross, 2 fake tickets to the Met? Is that where he was going with Rodgers that night? If so, I would recommend the opera Tosca by Puccini because it features an evil chief of police! The hero and heroine are betrayed by him. Mario gets killed and Tosca jumps to her death. I see parallels!

Ask and you shall receive Cara!
Thanks to Antje's research and Photoshop magic, these two "tickets" will be included!