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Please to explain the fiction more clearly and provide non-fictional perspective. Law Order character Det. Ed Green Time on show 1999- Preceded by Rey Curtis (Junior Partner)

Current (Senior Partner) First appearance Gunshow Portrayed by Jesse L. Martin Det. Ed Green is a fictional character on the NBC crime drama Law Order, created by Rene Balcer and portrayed by Jesse L. Martin. [edit] Character history Green is introduced at the beginning of the show tenth season, in the episode "Gunshow". He is partnered with Lennie Briscoe (played by Jerry Orbach). Green willingness to bend legal rules to arrest a suspect does little to endear him to his superiors, and he initially thinks Briscoe is too old to investigate crimes effectively. In the episode "Marathon", Green and Briscoe have several heated disagreements about the latter capabilities. In later episodes, however, Green grows to trust, respect, and form a solid friendship with his partner, as well as tone down his unorthodox investigative methods. In the 2004 season, he is partnered with Joe Fontana (Dennis Farina) after Briscoe retires. In 2005, Green is shot in the line of duty, and is hospitalized for a few weeks. During his absence, he is replaced by Det. Nick Falco (portrayed by Michael Imperioli). This was done so Martin could take some time off to film the movie version of Rent. Green becomes the senior partner after Fontana retires. This makes it the first time a L character who started out as the junior partner became the senior partner. As senior partner, Green is partnered with Det. Nina Cassady, over the objections of Van Buren, who thinks Cassady is too inexperienced to be a homicide detective. Green is currently the series second longest serving detective, after Lennie Briscoe. [edit] Characterization Green represents the L franchise return to the wild, "Dirty Harry" type of character once popularized by Mike Logan (portrayed by Chris Noth). Unlike the Logan character, however, almost nothing has been revealed about Green personal life, or how his job affects it. Among the few personal touches made to the character is that he has an affinity for punk rock, particularly Elvis Costello, and gambling, making trips to Atlantic City often enough that Briscoe teased him about it. Green has occasionally mentioned that his family traveled around the world due to his father work as an oil engineer, and that he had lived in the Middle East at some point in his life. He has also mentioned that he grew up in a religious family. In one episode, he revealed that his father has Alzheimer disease. Also, during another episode he reveals that he at one time had experience with "screwing around with someone who married." In numerous episodes, female characters refer to him as attractive and respond accordingly (he sometimes receives calls from girlfriends or mentions "his girl". Apparently, he took a girl named Keisha Lockwood to the prom). He wears expensive Rolex watches, which Briscoe often refers to throughout their time together on the show. Green is often a source of varied information in investigations. He speaks Spanish. some Russian ("Enough to pick up a date," according to "Fallout"), and a little French (according to episode "Hitman"), and is up to date on popular culture, and appears to have a strong classical education. Frequently, he uses informal slang, addressing men as "bro" and referring to other men as "dudes." He often uses bad grammar when talking to suspects or people he does not respect. Racial issues have also been connected to Green in some episodes. In "Suicide Box", he and Briscoe investigate the shooting of a cop; they trace it to Stevie Thomas, a black replica watches boy whose brother Eric murder was dismissed and effectively covered up by the police because he was black. Green interrogates Stevie solo at one point, speaking to him both as a cop and as a black man. He is called to testify in Swiss Replica Watches court, and at the end of the episode is seen reminding his lieutenant, Anita Van Buren (S. Epatha Merkerson) that while Eric Thomas death creates guilt for those responsible, Eric is still dead.



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