|On Friday's season premiere of "Law & Order," the protagonists are an aspiring rapper and a rich young pop princess who has a reputation for being careless with her baby. Sound familiar?|
The long-running police procedural is offering up a not-so-subtle simulacrum of the Spears-Federline family in the episode, though of course what actually happens to the wannabe hip-hop artist doesn't have any basis in reality -- the K-Fed-like character, J-Train, becomes the prime suspect in the killing of an NYPD detective. For the record, of course, K-Fed has never been accused or suspected of killing anyone, except perhaps his own musical career.
Elsewhere on the show, as the New York Post reports, the Britney-ish "Sky Sweet" complains in the episode about paparazzi snapping her as she loses her grip on her baby in Central Park and taking pics of the kid in her car while she goes into a coffee shop to grab a drink. And the writers of the show have seen fit to include some not-very-family-friendly rapping in the show, says the Post, as "J-Train" is depicted recording some racy rhymes before getting arrested by detectives.