Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Law & Order Criminal Intent “Last Rites” Episode Information and Previews

Here is the episode information for Law & Order Criminal Intent “Last Rites”. It stars Chris Noth, Julianne Nicholson, and Eric Bogosian. There are no videos available as yet to embed here, but the link to the USA promo for the episode is below. I’ll add the preview clips if/when they become available.

This is Chris Noth’s final episode with Criminal Intent. Lets hope they give him an exit which allows for an opportunity to reappear on any of the franchise shows if/when he gets tired of being a big movie star. We will be glad to take him back!

“Last Rites” Air Date August 17, 2008
Logan questions the system after reopening a 16-year-old homicide case at the request of a priest (guest star, and Law & Order repeat offender Denis O'Hare).

The link to USA promo is here.

My recap and review of “Last Rites “ can be found here.

UPDATE August 13, 2008
Here’s an article from The Nashville Daily News that gives more information about the episode. Note: The episode time they mention is CENTRAL TIME.

TVISION: An era ends on ‘Law and Order’

Logan during the series first five years, and many fans still consider the pairing of Noth and the late Jerry Orbach one of the best (if not the best) investigative teams the show ever featured.

Over the past couple of years Noth has been appearing every other week on Law and Order: Criminal Intent. His final episode starts at 8 p.m., Sunday on USA Network.

In a sense history will repeat itself thematically. Logan’s first departure was triggered by a hot-tempered reaction to what he deemed a miscarriage of justice, and this time he’ll once again pick a fight he can’t win.

When Logan discovers a man is doing hard time in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, he decides to investigate. But that pits him against a District Attorney (Leslie Hope) determined that her high-profile conviction not be overturned. It’s an appropriate finale for Noth, whose character went from raging novice to seasoned veteran over the years.

A four-episode marathon of Logan’s toughest cases from this current season will be shown Saturday night on USA beginning at 6 p.m.

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John K. said...

Oh, goodie. Does this mean we get to hear Logan whine about how the Church and/or Catholicism sucks, again? Or, worse, the system in which he works in? Sorry, I never did care for "contemplating my navel" Mike. Ah, well.

At least, we got Denis O'Hare, who is always made of win. And we might get possible continuity to the past, depending on what the case is. Hmm...

Anonymous said...

Didn't Jack McCoy send away O'Hare (as a vigilante priest) away on the mothership? It's nit-picky I know. For continuity sake they really should be more aware of casting repeat offenders. I agree with the previous poster about O'Hare. The man is solid gold every single time he's been on.

Hopefully, this won't be an ugly
exit for Mike. He's always been a no nonsense cop.

Miss Kitty

All Things Law & Order said...

Yes, I think he took the fall for another guy in "Under God", as a priest saying that God made him kill a drug dealer. He was also in three other Law & Order episodes, "Nullification", "Pro Se" and "Volunteers," and on SVU in "The Third Guy". He really is a repeat offender!