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And now, every ridiculous fake website from Law & Order

Fifteen years ago , if you were a police procedural detective working to catch a perp, you’d put on your crime-fighting shoes (impractical heels for ladies on CBS) and take to the mean and dirty streets. But nowadays, shoes be damned, you just take to the even meaner and dirtier Internet. Slacktory has compiled a supercut of the most ridiculous fake websites from Law & Order. Law & Order is best when it doesn’t take itself too seriously, and what’s great about the show’s treatment of the Internet is the absurd cheesiness of its websites contrasted against its deadpan detectives. Check the supercut out, and then make sure to post the video to your FaceUnion page. [h/t to Uproxx]

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