I was trying to find an answer to the age old question of "why the hell does Netflix only have 8 seasons out of 20 of Law and Order? WHY?" (Yeah, I'm a Law and Order junkie. God help me.) But I came across this page that I thought the lawyers, law students, statisticians, and otherwise obsessives among us might find interesting - they actually analyzed the outcomes of the cases on the L&O episodes, compared to real-life, then tried to see if there was some sort of correlation with the show's ratings. It is really amazingly interesting. Again, God help me. Even Jack McCoy would probably be impressed.