Jesse L. Martin, "Law and Order." He sings, he dances, he fights crime... what can't he do?
Dennis Farina, "Law and Order." New guy. Perfectly pleasant, but we're still not quite sure if we trust him yet. Where DOES all that money really come from?
Richard Belzer, "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit." Munch is the funny one. You know, the dry-as-burnt-toast irony that cuts to the quick and produces wince-smiles. I love Munch.
Christopher Meloni, "Law and Order: Special Victins Unit." Stabler's always /this/ close to losing it. *squee* It gets me every time, because he's never just blowing up for the sake of blowing up. His character's a good guy living in a bad world and it's hard for him sometimes.
William Petersen, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." Grissom is my homeboy. What more can I say?
George Eads, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." I'm so glad they decided to keep Nicky. For awhile there it wasn't looking too good. Ants. *shivers* Sadistic SOBs running CBS.
Eric Szmanda, "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." Technically, lab rat, not cop. But he's still too cute to ignore.
Gary Sinise, "CSI: New York." I can't really get into the newer CSIs, but I like this character. That may be because I LOVE Gary Sinise, but the character seems pretty cool anyway.
David Caruso, "CSI: Miami." Sexy redhead alert!
Anthony LaPaglia, "Without a Trace." I've only seen this show a few times, but I think this guy's really appealing.