“Law & Order: Criminal Intent” tackles “Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark”

Rumors abound this could be Law & Order: Criminal Intent‘s final season, and it seems they are pulling out all the stops. Jay Mohr has been signed to guest star in a role closely resembling  Charlie Sheen, and another episode is now in the works that will take on the  Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark debacle.

While no one will come right out and say the episode is inspired by the Broadway show,  CI‘s musical Icarus has a high maintenance director over seeing the extravagant production who has recently fallen off the wagon , and a rock-star composer named “Arno” . One obvious difference in the Broadway vs. CI episode is an actor is killed in a stunt gone wrong on the television show, while only injuries have occurred for the Broadway Spider Man cast.

Maybe the CI episode will guide the Broadway producers to finally find the answer to their show’s dilemma.

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