Thursday, January 13, 2011

Insight Into L&O SVU “Mask” From Speed Weed (Videos)

Here are two short videos from Wolf Films where Law & Order SVU co-producer and writer Speed Weed provides some insight into the episode “Mask.” Interesting!






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5 comments:

Osiris said...

He needs not to write any more episodes.

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed S12 "Mask" a lot. I thought it was similar to the old L&O:SVU shows. Re: the character of Courtney in the sex rehab clinic who kept insinuating that she knew Stabler was actually a cop. Last night when watching S4 on DVD the same actress(Lindsey Kraft?) appeared in the beginning of the episode "Fallacy "as a party girl named Lisette. It would have been kind of interesting if she had in fact been the same character,just years later who had rightfully guessed that Stabler was indeed a cop.LOL. I watch way too much SVU,clearly!Love your blog...

Fawn said...

i feel every new svu gets worse and worse under the helm of "Speed Weed". The story lines meander too much, and they feel like they are going for shock value instead of creative plotlines. One of my favorite shows has become a shell of its former self.

Betsy said...

I completely agree with Fawn! I just noticed the co- producer name of Speed Weed. If he's the one writing these or responsible for picking the SVU scripts, he is NOT ready for prime time. I suppose though, that if ratings aren't dropping, using cheaper writers is helping their profit line, and they can keep thinning out the product with new spin- offs. As it is, I only watch the show if I have nothing else to do. Their ratings are probably mostly held up by the "Murder She Wrote" contingent.

Reneltta said...

Latest episode of SVU "Bang" was horribly written. So much so I had to find out more about this "Speed Weed". I wouldn't use my real name either. Feel bad for the actors who have to try to make something real out of something so obviously disconnected and yes, meant for shock value. Too much.