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Here's a list of all the fake URLs ever used on Law & Order

Fun fact: When a fake URL is mentioned on a TV show, the show’s network is required to actually purchase the URL, for whatever reason. It’s a quirk that Conan O’Brien and Stephen Colbert have taken advantage of from time to time, to hilarious effect. It’s also something that Law & Order dealt with over and over and over throughout its 20 seasons. Using URL search engine WhoIs, Internet user Jeffrey Thompson put together a list of all the domains mentioned on the long-running show, all of which are awkward, hilarious, and so, so dated. The list is below, but fair warning: It’s incredibly fun to imagine NBC parent company General Electric sitting on sites like UpYourButt.net and TheBaronMuchHumpin.com.

Law & Order URLs:
thebaronmuchhumpin.com
HealthRoad2000.com
OldBookworm.com
upyourbutt.net
getdonner.com
covertcops.com
hiphopnations.com
enditallnow.com
extremetruth.net
snakeboy.net
b-frendz.com
scumwatch.com
toomail.net
gbc.bz
bootyboys.bz
deathjunky.com
noexecutions.org
manhattanhears.org
YouLenz.com
zeroenergyfootprint.com
searchling.org
unraptured.com
paparazziberry.com
flashposse.net
citysmear.com
therealgore.com
urbanexcitement.com 

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