Mystery Episodes?

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    IgnatzNiemand

    [1]Aug 8, 2011
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    Could it be possible that there were episodes that were filmed, never broadcasted in USA but shown in Latinoamerica?


    Because I have seen episodes with Detective Winters (and no Rubirosa) that are not listed in the episode guide.


    For example, last week I saw an episode that involved a porn producer and the armenian mafia that is not here. And I am pretty sure I saw more than four episodes that would fit between Playa Vista and Zulma Canyon.


    Anybody knows something about this? Or I am going crazy?

    Edited on 01/23/2013 6:31pm
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    IgnatzNiemand

    [2]Aug 8, 2011
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    Ah, oh, finally I got the answer from Wikipedia. It seems that they released the episodes with the new cast first and then the remaining episodes with the old cast.



    Confusing.

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    Link2Hyrule

    [3]Oct 20, 2011
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    You're telling me. I saw the episode where Winters dies, then they aired a few episodes after Morales switched from ORDER to LAW, then they start airing episodes that show Winters back and I'm like, what the hey? I eventually figured they must have made more Skeet Ulrich episodes, and showed his final episode prematurely. The problem is, is that this is not the only time a station has aired episodes out of order. They sometimes make them out of order, and while that's fine and dandy, they then air them in that order, which means we see the story unfold in a very confusing way. From what I understand it used to happen a lot back in the early days of Television viewing, epsecially the 60s and 70s, but it's become more rare now, though it still happens from time to time, case in point here.
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