Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Promo: " Loyalty" Part 2



Law and Order: Criminal Intent episode "Loyalty" Part 2 airs Tuesday, April 6 at 10pm EST

Download "Loyalty Part 1" from Amazon Video on Demand --

5 comments:

Sandy said...

Everyone is so quiet today. Guess we are all bumbed out. Pretty good show last night. Sure didn't take them long to get rid of Ross. So sad..I think next week is gonna be much much worse Oh my tummy hurts again.

Sharon said...

Here's what I'm hoping happens...that Bobby goes to the FBI and offers to take Ross's place trying to make inroads with the terrorists. And all the maniac/whack job stuff will just be a smokescreen. Then once the case is cracked, Alex can have the promotion, and Bobby can take a job at the FBI - that's really the only way that Vincent could come back (as has been hinted at) for guest roles.

I just hope if I'm right that Alex is in on the whole plan from the start.

Yes we are very quiet today!

Sandy said...

Wow, Sharon. That is an amazing theory and idea..I never thought of that, I suppose it could be a possobility. Kind of fits in with Eames saying, "You know what they want, Bobby." See, I was thinking they wanted him to quit the NYPD. It's going to be a long week.

SnarkAngel said...

Whatever the outcome, it looks like high drama all around for the final G/E episode!

gyang333 said...

@Sandy, I hope it's not an ulcer, that would be bad!

I honestly don't know what's going to happen, but it just occurred to me today, that whatever or however awesome the episode is going to be, this will be the last we see of Bobby and Alex. Before, episodes like Frame, Purgatory, Tethered, End Game, we knew there was going to be more, and the episodes were just that - awesome but more to come. Now, this is the end...

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