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Jay Mohr Channels Charlie Sheen for 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' Premiere (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted May 2nd 2011 10:20AM
Jay Mohr, 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent'For its 10th and final season, which kicked off last night, 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' (Sunday, 9PM ET on USA) brought back its original stars in Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe. And they picked up the reins of the show as if they'd never been gone.

'Law & Order' built a franchise with stories "ripped from the headlines," and clearly the writers of this season premiere have been paying attention to the biggest story in Hollywood the past few months.

Jay Mohr guest starred as a fashion designer who's crazy antics, including apparent drugs and prostitutes, overshadow his professional life. Just take one look at his television interview, where he's speed-talking, throwing out non sequiturs and even trying to use "Instinct!" as a catchphrase of sorts. It simply screams Charlie Sheen.

In fact, after watching the performance, we suddenly started wondering if Jay Mohr might be a solution to Chuck Lorre's 'Two and a Half Men' problem. Could you have asked for a more direct audition.

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Was really surprised at how D'onofrio and Erbe were put back as if nothing happened...not even a quick explanation of their hiatuses.

May 02 2011 at 4:57 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

omg! Jay M nailed it! and by it, I mean CS!!! I thought for a minute he'd actually slept w/his daughter the hooker! and I would've laughed my head off...but the way it went was cool...Vincent D' ...so happy to see you again! and of course Eames...best cop partner,EVER!

May 02 2011 at 11:46 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
crazy ray

Interesting swap. Jay for Charlie. So the script says Charlie was in a car wreck and plastic surgery turned him into Jay. Or Jay wakes up and finds out the first seasons were all a dream.

May 02 2011 at 10:58 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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