Not Kevin, but "L&O" will last because..

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Posted by Mr.CombatisMattSaxe at on April 27, 2000 at 02:48:08:

In Reply to: Kevin, a sixteen-season run for "Law and Order?" posted by AKA Driver on April 26, 2000 at 21:55:06:

like you infer there are always writers willing to write for it, actors who want to be on it because of its writing and leads, and because there will always be interesting issues and cases going on in todays America that will inspire the writers. You know that whole, "torn from the headlines" thing they use in the promos, well there will always be fucked up stuff going on in this screwy country of ours that will find itself becoming plotlines on Law & Order. Besides the fact that the show is consistently awesome, as long as Angie Harmon keeps wearing those short skirts I'll keep watching it. Hopefully it will stay on long enough so that I can be on it, its one of my dreams to someday be on it. Sincerely, Mr.Combat-M.S.

: Just was wondering what your opinions are on the new NBC-Studios USA deal that will keep Law & Order on through the 2005, and L&O:SVU on until 2002.

: Considering that the former has been on since 1990, do you think it will lose steam? Or do you think that the steady flow of new cast members and writers will keep it fresh?

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