One of the 72 Law/Order/SVU/CSI/IBS type shows was attempting to tape an episode about Occupy Wall Street encampments but were shut down when the actual Occupy group complained. Yep, they didn't like how the movement was being portrayed. Hmmmm perhaps they didn't show enough rapes and sexual assaults? Glenn reacts to the apparent new sheriff in town: Occupy.
"Occupy Wall Street who claims to be able to speak anything they want, anywhere they want, they've occupied these spaces for months and months on end now, LA Law wanted to film an episode that had a fake Occupy Wall Street set and they put up tents and they put up even the library and they put it up in a park that was somewhat near the real thing, and Occupy Wall Streeters, the real ones, came and protested and made such a big deal out of it, NYPD had to come down. They shut down the production of LA Law and the City revoked their permit for filming because Occupy Wall Street didn't want it there. And they wanted to avoid some sort of confrontation, violence, bloodbath, who knows," Pat explained.
"Law and Order that did the episode on me where I was inciting a killer," Glenn said. "A guy went out and he murdered some people, I don't know exactly what it was, I never saw it, and they made me the guy who inspired this killer."
"Remember when we, the whole bunch of us went down and protested Law and Order then, though? Remember that?" Pat joked, mocking the 'Occupy' protesters.