1) In the Fringe episode, "A New Day In The Old Town", Boyle is questioned by a Congressional board. The chairman talks about "The old X-designation"and the "Fringe investigation".
2) In the same episode "The X-Files" can also be seen playing on the TV in the background in the episode where the shape-shifter is shown to kill his first victim.
Months go by without a find, then they start falling in your lap while you were not even looking - anyway, here goes ...
The Practice episode, "The Firm" (#165) has a belated guest appearance by Gina Gershon playing Glenn Hall from Snoops which was a David E. Kelley show in 1999 (10 broadcast, 3 unaired).
And according to imdb, episode #18 of Throb (48 episodes, 1985-1987) has an appearance by Stephen Furst, playing Dr. Axelrod of St. Elsewhere fame (caveat: no first name is given, but the timeframe fits, so this is good enough for me so far).
Also, if anybody is interested I´ll throw in the live appearances of the Second Shift characters on HLOTS:
Grifasi, Joe (Lt. Walter Neal) : Homicide: Life on the Street: „Closet Cases” (#86/ 2-Jan-1998)
Guyer, Murphy (Det. L.Z. Austin) : Homicide: Life on the Street: „Homicide.com” (#113/ 5-Feb-1999)
Ornstein, Michael (Det. Tony Bonaventura) : Homicide: Life on the Street: „Abduction” (#94/ 27-Mar-1998), „Homicide.com” (#113/ 5-Feb-1999)
Thomas, Raymond Anthony (Det. Layton ‘Lee’ Johnson) : Homicide: Life on the Street: „Abduction” (#94/ 27-Mar-1998)
Now if someone could provide me with a Second Shift webisode and guest cast list ...
It appears that the French version of L&O:CI, Parie Enquêtes Criminelle has been cancelled.
Vincent Perez has left the show. There were three seasons produced with a total of 20 episodes (8, 8, and 4, respectively); the final episode was broadcast in 2008.
And Richard Belzer did not appear as You-Know-Who.
Since my French is almost non-existent, can anybody confirm this?
On March 5, 1976, the TV movie, JOYS, was broadcast. The plot concerns numerous comedians, starring as themselves, found floating face-down in Bob Hope´s swimming pool (don´t ask). It was Groucho Marx´ final screen appearance, and he was reportedly not happy about it.
However, several then-famous TV detectives investigated (in vain, one might add) and thhus contributed vastly to the ever-growing Westphall MIndscape:
"Mannix" (already in),
"Police Woman" Pepper Anderson (adding her "Police Story" pilot and something called "Ringo" to the mix),
Theo "Kojak" (with his 70s show and seven more feature-long episodes in the eighties),
Detective "Fish" (of "Barney Miller" fame and also starring in his own show),
world-weary "Harry O",
and, in an impossible timeframe, "Ellery Queen".
... reminding us of "Alias Jesse James" with a similart plethora of Western characters, another Bob Hope vehicle.
According to Tom Myers' LO:SVU site, the season finale will guest star Carol Kane reprising her role of Gwen Munch, one of John´s ex-wives who appeared previously in H:LOTS ep. #85 ("All is Bright"), way back in 1997.
This is what makes that whole crossover business so interesting.
This may be a moot point since the ascension of Joseph Kardinal Ratzinger to the Holy Seat as Pope Benedict XVI since he bears no resemblance at all to Pope John Paul II. And I know that I have stated differently in a previous thread. But ...
Gene Greytak played Pope John Paul II on - at least - ALF, Ally McBeal, Golden Girls, Picket Fences, SISTER ACT, The Wayans Brothers and numerous others, no doubt. Sometimes credited, sometimes un.
Would he count as a crossover link?
And which shows are missing from the above list?