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Disorderly Conduct
Disorderly Conduct
TV Series
Shows outrageous video footage from high speed chases, car crashes, drug busts, etc. Recordings are from police/news helicopters, security cameras, and police car dashboards.
Casts
Series cast summary:
Robert Patrick Robert Patrick - Narrator unknown episodes

Disorderly Conduct

In every episode of the first season, the narrator mentions and spells out P.I.T. (Precision Immobilization Technic).

Malann
Malann
Disorderly Conduct is an awesome cop show. It has a lot of cool parts. It has all cop chases and it is very fun to watch. This is one show you should watch!A lot of the cop chases are about drunk drivers, or stoned drivers. Some of them are even murderers or have road rage. A lot of the things they say about the drivers, you are not going to believe, but they are true. Like in one episode, they said that one girl actually had 18 D.U.I Charges(Driving under the Influences charges) and got caught by the police for her 19th and got sent to jail. If you are sitting at home looking for a cop show, i think that you should watch Disorderly conduct because this is one fantastic Cop show.
Steel_Blade
Steel_Blade
An hour filled with action, action and more action! Produced by the creative force behind the (sadly) departed syndicated show, REAL TV, this program features more real life mayhem-per-minute than any show on TV. A must-see for adrenaline junkies and other fans of the genre, it packs a wallop from the opening frame. Robert Patrick (The Unit, Terminator 2, The X-Files) strikes just the right tone as the program's narrator, and the stories behind the clips help keep things moving briskly along. This is one of those shows where - as the final credits roll - you find yourself asking aloud, "Was that really an hour? It went by so fast." (And really, how often does that happen on TV?) Initially airing in the United States on guy-centric cable network, SPIKE, the show has been optioned for distribution abroad, where its visual focus seems likely to ensure success.
Akinozuru
Akinozuru
If your idea of entertainment is watching graphic footage of people being run over by cars (you get to see a woman passing under the front wheel, being twisted as the car passes over her before she goes under the back wheel -- and they show it twice in case you missed it the first time) then this is the documentary for you. Admitedly I didn't watch any more of this very disturbing piece of voyeurism, but that was enough for me. Maybe the rest is even better.

I wonder how long it's going to take for television networks to start showing slush movies. Perhaps game shows based on self-mutilation might be nice.

I already know that there are disturbed people in the world and that horrible things happen. I don't need to see the proof on the TV masquerading as entertainment.
Landarn
Landarn
The news makes us afraid to walk, drive, eat, breath, etc... This show, however, is an entertaining example of how to avoid danger on the roads and it isn't one sided or preachy. It's scary, fun, and informative without being "the news" and more importantly without inflated actor types who detract from most real stories. I've seen a bunch of shows like this one that haven't been as interesting. I don't know how they take a one incident video and make it feel like a mini-movie. This is the kind of show that is going to become more popular with hand held video to go options like Real Video.

I'd like to see some of the show more clearly. The cops need High Definition cameras. That would make this show even better.
Bynelad
Bynelad
I caught this on TV today and I've been meaning to find another show with hardcore police chases and other graphic content involving real police officers and real suspects.

Disorderly Conduct is a show on Spike full of real police chases and gun battles against a suspect. What I enjoy most about this show is that it's real. This is what I like. Honestly. Disorderly Conduct can have you laughing at the stupidity of a criminal, or just shocked. What I also enjoy about this show is that you don't get the same old videos you see on Youtube or some website. You get new ones every new show.

I do not recommend this show if you dislike people being exposed for crimes, even if their face is blurred out. I enjoy it, as long as it doesn't happen to me. I recommend this show.