Good to see that Law & Order is keeping it real real. Last week, they did an episode about a crime committed by a juggalo. Last night, the episode was not particularly great, but it did include a stake-out scene in which Detective Lupo is reading his copy of A Theory of Justice.
That's the third time by my count that Rawls's book has appeared on the show. Lupo reads the 2005 "original edition," rather than an old copy of the original or the 1999 "revised edition."
Any members of the Rawls priesthood care to comment on that?