I watch Law & Order (SVU is my favorite, and the seasons of the original with Jessie L. Martin and Chris Noth). CSI, naturally. NY is my favorite on that front, but I have some serious love for Horatio Caine. My younger sister is a red-head and every time she sees David Caruso with those sunglasses she puts a fist in the air and says, "GINGER. POWER." I need to watch the original; I haven't gotten to it yet. How crazy is that???
|Shades of Justice.|
But perhaps my favorite crime show of all is Criminal Minds. There isn't a single character on that show I dislike (unless I'm supposed to dislike them; point being, all the characters are fantastically written), and the episode plots never fail. Some crime shows fall into a pattern, but I've found Criminal Minds to be consistently surprising and unpredictable, as well as just plain riveting. If you don't watch it... watch it.
A lot of you probably know that there's now a Criminal Minds spin-off called Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. Only one episode has aired (in addition to the introductory episode in season 5 of the original show), but I fully plan to adore every moment of this show, not only because I trust the writers and producers explicitly, but because of this:
|Hot British Sniper|
No, go ahead. Click that image and make it bigger. That, my dear readers, is Mick Rawson, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior's hot British sniper. I'm not even kidding.
I would like to take this moment to thank the creators of CM for supplying me with a hot british sniper to watch and admire every week. Not to mention, he is on a gritty, hard-core crime show that takes no prisoners and holds no punches. If you're into either of those things, check out Suspect Behavior, and its predecessor.
Love to all,