Friday, October 31, 2014

Law & Order SVU “Spousal Privilege” Episode Information



Here are the details for a new episode of Law & Order SVU, “Spousal Privilege” :



Law & Order SVU “Spousal Privilege” Air Date November 19, 2014 (9 PM ET/8C Wednesday NBC)

SERGEANT BENSON (MARISKA HARGITAY) TRIES TO HELP A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIM WHO STANDS BY HER MAN

Detective Tutuola (Ice-T) comes across leaked security footage of a violent domestic dispute in a parking garage, showing sportscaster A.J. Martin (guest star Chad Coleman) hit his girlfriend Paula (guest star Meagan Good). While Fin and Benson (Hargitay) investigate the couple's lifestyle and history, Paula pushes back to keep her relationship and family intact. Benson turns to ADA Barba (Raúl Esparza) for help to convince Paula that her world doesn't have to revolve around A.J. Meanwhile, the case has an interesting effect on Rollins (Kelli Giddish) and Amaro’s (Danny Pino) relationship. Also guest starring Elizabeth Marvel (Counselor Rita Calhoun), Jefferson Mays (M.E. Rudnick), Leslie Odom Jr. (Reverend Curtis Scott), David Dinkins (Judge Chet Baker) and Hoda Kotb (as herself).

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7 comments:

gahks said...

"Rollins and Amaro's relationship" (facepalm)

Lisa said...

Fin to the rescue ...

Petra S said...

I think they're really pushing it by calling it a relationship. All we've gotten so far is looks and hints (and okay a naked Amaro on her couch is a hell of a hint but still they barely touched). I don't mind it all happening off-screen (just like EVERYTHING baby Noah) but I think they're screwing over the fans by not even giving us/them a decent touch.
Looking forward to Chad Coleman's guest appearance though, big TWD fan & I'm sure he'll be back as my fave character as soon as he grows his balls back ;)

TrueBeliever said...

I hope there's more to this case than the synopsis is telling us. Benson hasn't been picking her battles well lately, and I think it sends the wrong message for her to pressure a woman into dismantling her relationship and family when she didn't ask for help in the first place. It's one thing for a close friend or family member to express concern and encourage a survivor to get help, but I didn't think it was the police's job to go find these cases when no one asked for help in the first place. I know the show is just fiction, but now that JHF and the No More campaign are so closely tied to the show, how they handle these issues matters a lot more. I hope they're giving Mariska and the JHF more input on how they write these stories. Ending domestic violence and sexual assault is the goal, but working toward that goal with sensitivity and care is crucial.

empxth tbh said...

TrueBeliever is kinda right...
It's one thing if you know that this is happening to a friend and stuff but when you're the police it's not really fair is it? Since you have all the power...

But what kind of effect will it have on their relationship? I mean, at first they hated each other, then they kinda got along, then they hated each other even more (even tho the hate was kinda one-sided) and now they're like partners with benefits or something...

2dbc9692-689e-11e4-92be-d7480a2252cf said...

ahhh dying to see what happens with Rollins & Amaro! wonder what the "interesting effect" will be.... can't wait to see this episode! Love their "relationship." They are so cute together

Nancy R said...

I love how they make use of Broadway stars. Besides cast member Raul Esparza, Jefferson Mays, Tony winner and star of "A gentleman's guide to love and murder" is in this episode.