Thursday, November 5, 2009

CI completes filming today

Law and Order: CI -- Signs on Mott St between E Houston and Prince St in NYC, 6am- 1am.
- from onlocationvacations

CI wraps up their last day filming on Season 9's two-parter episode, "Puntland".

Correction: They complete filming tomorrow - the 6th.
Law & Order Filming on Bowery

Bowery Boogie, 11.5.09

Filming on the Bowery and its immediate environs is becoming commonplace these days. Yes, it seems like every week production crews are lining up to shoot How to Make it in America or some other drivel which exploits the neighborhood. But today, there is a changing of the guard, as Law & Order: Criminal Intent is setting up shop just above Prince Street.

Thanks Marie!


Lizzie said...

...and not a single photograph of them filming is to be found anywhere.

I thought the original information said they wrapped tomorrow, not that it really matters. Once Vincent (and Kate) are gone, it's game over anyway.

Lizzie :(

Sharon said...

The end of an era!

val said...

I wish they'd do the decent thing and change their minds. Perhaps they could film alternative endings, like they did with SWMNBN?

thereel said...

Lizzie, you are correct. It is tomorrow. Thinking today was the 6th, we posted that in error.

Sharon said...

I'm guessing that any scenes with Vincent or Katie were filmed first and they're already gone.

Liz said...

I knew, and I'm sure we all knew, the day would come when Vincent and Kate would move on. It's still just such a shock, so unbelievable to me, how it's been handled. Consider the end of Monk, for example. And when the character from CSI left the series. (Sorry I don't know his name, I don't watch it). The respect with which the actors and characters were treated. Vincent and Kate came before them, and arguably paved their way. They certainly created original, memorable and highest quality television. The created honest, interesting, real characters, with heart and humanity and we all grew to love them. And will miss them terribly. We'll miss the show, too, as for many (most?) of us, it's over.

So sad.

linda said...

bye, bobby and alex....

auroragyps said...

OMG! They're filming so close to where my grandparents used to live, on Broome & Bowery. Somehow, that makes the end seem a bit more tolerable. Man, I wish I could get down there, but I haven't managed to get into NYC by train yet, let alone down to that area. Oh well, I wish them the best on this last day of filming. We'll miss you guys.

Brie said...

They are done filming..this is my neighborhood and I've been asking and the crew said they aren't me, I was considering not going to work!!! Then again, they could be lying cuz they don't want a scene.

DonnaJo said...

I still find it hard to believe that after "Puntland" there will be no Goren and Eames episodes to anticipate, talk about and debate over. You said it Sharon - the end of an era.

I wish they would change the name of the show to Law & Order:Major Case Squad. Anything but keep it the same. it would be better for everyone.

patinjersey said...

Yes, truly the end of an era. A sad, unnecessarily empty ending for the many fans of this show.
Corporate greed at its worst. Shame on all who were involved in this travesty!
Goodbye Bobby and Alex...
Best wishes to Vincent and Kathryn...

janethyland said...

A two part 90minutes focus on Goren/Eames should give us alot of dramatic potential. Goren has never had that opportunity before. Lets hope they make good use of it and its not just a boring procedural. Goren deserves the best.

I wonder how they both felt when the final moment was shot. Did the crew clap?

ragincajun said...

Well, I probably won't be watching it anymore, I used to be a faithful viewer of CSI until Grissom left then it wasn't the same. LOCI will never be the same. I have even gave up SVU for Criminal Minds. I have become a fan of the original even though I didn't like it before, funny how things change. If LOCI survives and VDO does come back for guest appearences I will watch.


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