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Law, Order Return to Columbia

Bwog Procedural Drama Correspondent Hans Hyttinen caught the Law and Order: Criminal Intent (the one with the actress who played the gentle-yet-firm tutor in D2: Mighty Ducks) truck outside HamDel this morning.  If network shows give you pause, Boardwalk Empire–the upcoming HBO series focusing on Atlantic City’s Prohibition-era heyday–is set up over on Claremont.  Early reports say the show, with a pilot directed by Martin Scorsese and written by ex-Sopranos producer Terence Winter, will be “just like Jersey Shore, but in the ’20s.”

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  • maggie says:

    @maggie what! martin scorsese on claremont?? i picked the wrong semester to go abroad….

  • again? says:

    @again? please tell me that law and order is coming back today and that jeff goldblum will be there.

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