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When Law & Order: SVU’s Finn finds himself in danger this May, an old friend will be around to lend a hand.
Kathryn Erbe’s Det. Alexandra Eames will make her second appearance of the season in the May 8 episode, executive producer Warren Leight tells TVLine exclusively.
The Law & Order: Criminal Intent mainstay will show up when someone related to Finn’s past as a narcotics officer begins causing trouble for the SVU detective . What happens is “so big, she’s called in,” Leights says, adding that the idea for the episode originated with its star Ice T.
“He said, ‘I saw after that Rollins-and-her-sister episode, the fans really like it when we’re in harm’s way,” the EP recalls. “‘And don’t forget, I used to be a narcotics officer. There’s got to be a lot of people who want me dead.’”
Hip-hop artist 2 Chainz also appears in the episode as “someone Finn dealt with in the past,” Leight says. “There’s a lot of bad blood from Finn’s past involved in it.”
Emilio Rivera (Sons of Anarchy), Yul Vasquez (Magic City) and Cathy Moriarty (Raging Bull) also appear in the episode.
Its been more than a month that we have seen end of another successful season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit series. On 18th May fans of the series saw the finale episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Season 12 “Smoked”. That was the last time fans saw their favorite detective Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) in the series.
All those fans who keep a close watch on the updates related to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episodes
must be aware of this fact that Christopher Meloni is no more part of the cast. He has left the series as his contract had ended. Nothing turned up between Meloni and the creators of the series leading to a non renewal of his contract.
Not only this the creators of the series have found Meloni’s replacement also. Danny Pino of “Cold Case” series will be replacing Meloni in the upcoming Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episodes.
Moving ahead in his career the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit series‘ star, Meloni will be seen in “Superman: Man of steel”. It has been officially declared that Meloni is a part of Superman movie reboot. So the fans of Meloni can watch him on big screen.
The role Meloni will be playing in the movie is still not disclosed but it is being heard that he will be playing a General’s role. He will be busy from the month of August as the filming will start. The release of Superman: Man of Steel is due sometime in December 2012 and the cast accompanying Meloni is Russell Crowe, Amy Adams, Henry Cavill, Julia Ormond and Kevin Costner.
But while you watch Meloni on big screen don’t forget to catch with upcoming season of Law & Order: SVU series and for that watch “Law & Order: SVU” online.
Law and Order SVU Season 12 Episode 13 Mask : 01/12/2011 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Wednesday) : CAPTAIN JACKSON (GUEST STAR JEREMY IRONS) AND HIS ESTRANGED DAUGHTER ARE REUNITED BY HER PARTNER, DEBBIE SHIELDS (GUEST STAR A.J. COOK), UNDER UNFORTUNATE CIRCUMSTANCES Debbie Shields (Cook) comes home to find her partner Ann Jackson being raped by a man wearing a haunting mask. Shields contacts Ann’s father to notify him of her critical condition. As detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Chris Meloni) interrogate Ann’s father, Captain Jackson (Irons), his sordid past is revealed filled with sexual and alcohol addiction. Jackson’s new role as a sex therapist is hindering the detectives from getting the information they need to solve the case and if Jackson won’t comply, the detectives are going to have to get creative.
Law and Order : SVU Season 12 Episode 9 “Gray” : Law and Order: Special Victims Unit has been a reliably strong show for over a decade now. The latest episode, “Gray,” is no exception, as it provides the drama and intrigue the show has long been known for.
Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) find themselves probing the edges of a gray area during a he-said-she-said rape investigation that could potentially lead them to the murderer of an unborn child.
When Detective Stabler accompanies his daughter Kathleen (Allison Siko) to a “Take Back the Night” rally at Hudson College, a student runs into the room claiming another student, Chuck Mills, raped her.
Stabler arrests Mills on the spot, but Mills, of course, presents a different side to the story, claiming innocence.
Throughout the episode, the investigative duo delves into the complexities that accompany any allegation of sexual assault. The show does a great job of portraying the range of emotions and ethical questions that go into handling a rape case.
Equally intriguing is the return of Assistant District Attorney Sonya Paxton (Christine Lahti), who is recovering from alcoholism. She tells the detectives that if they cannot find evidence, Mills will go free.
What follows is a series of intricate and shocking plot twists; it is never easy to tell where a Law and Order story will go next.
Detectives discover that Mills has a habit of not playing by the rules and had formerly been brought before a disciplinary committee at school. Unfortunately, the school couldn’t find anything solid to charge him with. However, Kathleen obtains documents from the committee hearing and provides her father with the envelope.
While the packet contains reports from the hearing, it provides no evidence of his guilt. However, it lends insight into another case involving Mills’ girlfriend and an unconventional abortion.
Included with the assorted documents is a picture of a bed sheet hanging from a building with the phrase, “Chuck Mills is a murderer.” The sign was created when it was rumored that Mills provided his girlfriend with the means to create a miscarriage – a drug called misoprostol.
At this point, there is enough evidence to bring the case to court, but the detectives suffer a problem when Mills’ girlfriend doesn’t show up to the courtroom.
What follows is a twist ending that viewers are unlikely to see coming. The Law and Order franchise has a long history of keeping fans guessing, and this one is certainly no exception. It’s thrilling from start to finish.
The episode does a great job of keeping viewers on their toes, but sometimes the veering from one storyline to another can be rather frustrating.
This episode’s one true flaw is that by jumping from the story of an alleged rape victim to the miscarriage story, the first plot is largely abandoned, and it almost feels like an afterthought.
Targeting a college audience, Law and Order: SVU has teamed up with AOL TV and certain schools to provide a screening, including a panel discussion with national organizations against sexual violence. The idea is that college students can relate to the issue of rape occurring on campuses.
Invoking the idea that rape and illegal abortion often go unreported and uncharged due to lack of evidence, Law and Order: SVU once again paints the world in a sinister light, giving parents more to worry about and students more to guard against.
With “Gray,” Law And Order: SVU is able to tackle an issue that affects young people in a suspenseful, entertaining fashion.
Thalia will record a special episode of Law & Order SVU with singer Justin Bieber. Actress and Singer will play a teacher who will relate to Justin, according to journalist Maxine Woodside, the popular radio program All For Mexican La Mujer. The artist has participated in this American series for NBC, and apparently had good results, and that is why the filmmakers decided to invite her again.