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Eliot "Client Number 9" Spitzer Inspires 'Law & Order' Episode

by on May 20, 2008

Gotta love it.

NO DOUBT, when Eliot Spitzer was attorney general – or, as he was more fondly called, the Sheriff of Wall Street – you know he expected his high-profile cases to be turned into thinly disguised episodes of “Law & Order.”

Tomorrow night, he gets his wish – in spades. Too bad it’s not the scenario as it played out in real life.

For sure, back in the glory days, Eliot-the-Idiot was thinking it would be about his fight against Dick Grasso, king of the New York Stock Exchange. He wasn’t dreaming that “his” “Law & Order” ripped-from-the-headlines episode would be the one about a New York governor and a hooker.

As amusing as this is, I still won’t end up watching it. The real story was pathetic enough.

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