Law & Order

For detailed information about this series, see: Law & Order Wiki

Law & Order is a crime show on NBC.


  • Law & Order (September 13, 1990 - May 24, 2010)
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (September 20, 1999 - present)
  • Law & Order: Criminal Intent (September 30, 2001 - June 26, 2011)
  • Law & Order: Trial By Jury (May 5, 2005 - January 21, 2006)
  • Conviction (March 3 - May 19, 2006)
  • Law & Order: LA (September 29, 2010 - July 11, 2011)

Links to Other Series

Direction Series Date Description Type

5Arrow R X-Files19971116 November 16, 1997In the X-Files episode "Unusual Suspects", John Munch, a main character in both Homicide: Life on the Street and Law and Order, appears.1

4Arrow L Homicide: Life on the Street19990910 September 10, 1999the character, John Munch, from Homicide: Life on the Street becomes a main character in Law and Order with his first appearance in the episode, Payback.1

5Arrow R The Beat (TV Series)20000328 March 28, 2000the character, John Munch, appears in the episode, They Say It's Your Birthday, from the show The Beats.1

4Arrow L Mario20011123 November 23, 2001The Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode "Care" features a reference to the Mario Brothers.

5Arrow R Arrested Development20060102 January 02, 2006the character, John Munch, appears at Arrested Development's "S.O.B.s" party.1

5Arrow R The Wire20080217 February 17, 2008the character ,John Munch, appears in the episode, Took, from the show The Wire.1

5Arrow R Final Fantasy20100930 September 30, 2010Final Fantasy XIV features a reference to Law & Order.3

4Arrow L Dora the Explorer20101020 October 20, 2010The main theme from Dora the Explorer can be heard in the Season 1 episode "Sylmar" from Law & Order: Los Angeles.2

5Arrow R 30 Rock20110211 February 11, 2011the character, John Munch, appears in the episode, ¡Qué Sorpresa!, from the show 30 Rock.1


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Chicago (NBC)20140226 February 26, 2014Characters from Chicago P.D. and Chicago Fire appear in the Law & Order episodes "Comic Perversion" and "Chicago Crossover" respectively; characters from Law & Order appear in the Chicago P.D. episode "Conventions" and in the Chicago Fire episode "Nobody Touches Anything".1

5Arrow R Ted2015626 June 26, 2015Ted sings a song while watching Law & Order in Ted 2.2

5Arrow R Bojack Horseman2015717 July 17, 2015Law & Order: Special Victims Unit was mentioned in the Bojack Horseman episode "Still Broken".2