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Khloe Kardashian Questioned About a Murder on 'Law & Order: LA' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Apr 26th 2011 2:26AM
Khloe Kardashian, 'Law & Order: LA'Those Kardashians are spreading their empire deeper and deeper into scripted fare. After Kourtney appeared on a daytime soap, it was little-big sister Khloe Kardashian's turn on the newly revamped 'Law & Order: LA' (Mon., 10PM ET on NBC).

Playing a successful actress version of herself -- see, it's a fictional role! -- Khloe was questioned by detectives Ricardo Morales and TJ Jaruszalski. They talked to her about a publicist who'd been murdered, and Khloe did have beef with the woman.

The Publicist put Khloe in a sub-par designer's dress for the Golden Globes, supposedly on a kickback from said designer.

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Khloe Kardashian Dishes on Her 'Law & Order: LA' Guest Role & TV Guilty Pleasures

by Chris Harnick, posted Apr 25th 2011 9:00AM
Khloe KardashianKhloé Kardashian is about to have a run-in with the criminal justice system -- on 'Law & Order: LA,' of course.

The star of 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' and 'Khloé & Lamar' comes under police scrutiny after her stylist is murdered on this week's episode (Mon., April 25, 10PM ET on NBC).

Detectives Ricardo Morales (Alfred Molina) and T.J. Jaruszalski (Corey Stoll) call on Kardashian (the TV version, at least) to find out just what happened during her last meeting with the doomed stylist.

"I'm kind of a suspect because my stylist and I got into a fight before she died," Kardashian told AOL TV in an exclusive interview. "They come to my set, they're kind of interrogating me, and I just give them my answers."

This isn't Kardashian's first foray into scripted TV. The E! star appeared as herself on an episode of '90210' with her sister Kim earlier this season. However, this time Khloé's flying solo -- not even husband and 'Law & Order' fan Lamar Odom will be by her side.

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'Law & Order: LA' 2.0 Has Old Friends, New Gigs & Headline-Grabbing Stories

by AOL TV Staff, posted Apr 18th 2011 6:00AM
'Law & Order: LA'By Jane Murphy
In last week's two-part 'Law & Order: Los Angeles' -- the first new episode since the show went on a retooling hiatus Dec. 1 -- the reset button was officially hit for the freshman series.

For fans of the show (which has seen its fair share of drama, even though it's only aired 10 episodes to date) the revamp brings us something old, something new and something borrowed, hoping this marriage between the franchise and the City of Angels lasts a good long time.

And of course, there's also something blue with Alfred Molina's character Ricardo Morales leaving the DA's office in the aftermath of the shooting death of Det. Rex Winters (Skeet Ulrich) to come back to the beat as a detective.

AOL TV caught up with executive producer Rene Balcer, co-creator of the show with 'L&O' head honcho Dick Wolf, to hear all about Morales' big switch and other cast changes for what he's calling "LOLA 2.0."

"There are many factors that finally convince [Morales] he'd be a happier camper back as a cop ... It's about how the case is being handled, the political influences that come to bear on the prosecution."

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'Law & Order: LA' Returns With Tragic Shooting (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Apr 12th 2011 4:13AM
Skeet Ulrich, 'Law & Order: LA'After a lengthy hiatus during which the show was creatively retooled, the now shorter named 'Law & Order: LA' (Mon., 9PM ET on NBC) returned to the air with a two-episode premiere. Fans of the original incarnation of the series, and particularly of Skeet Ulrich's Detective Rex Winters, were in for a very difficult evening.

One thing's for certain, though. After what went down in Winters' home, Ulrich won't be returning to the 'L&O' franchise anytime soon.

In keeping with their tradition of trying to depict the world of crime and punishment as raw and real as they can, the writers had Winters get shot down in a drive-by shooting.

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