Thursday, January 18, 2018

Law & Order SVU “Info Wars” Photos

Here are advance photos for Law & Order SVU “Info Wars” which will air on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 9PM ET on NBC. The photos feature Mariska Hargitay, Kelli Giddish, Ice-T, Peter Scanavino, and Rhea Seehorn as Martha Cobb.












Photos by: Michael Parmelee/NBC 2017 NBCUniversal Media, LLC

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Law & Order SVU “Flight Risk” Recap & Review



“Flight Risk” was heavily promoted as SVU’s take on the Harvey Weinstein case, but the only resemblance this episode bore to that case was a man using his power to take sexual advantage of women. It seemed completely unrealistic that the whole case was investigated, went to trial, a sweetheart deal cut with the Feds on what I see as a hijacking, and a grand jury convened, all within a matter of about a week. Is Barba so good at what he does that he needs little prep time, and is scheduling a case for the grand jury to hear really that speedy?

I thought this case opened strong and they did an excellent job on the airplane scenes.  For this season,  the stories are well constructed and the scenes structured and filmed for maximum interest. But I keep getting stuck on what feels like improbable timelines.

This episode also shows Chief Dodds acting like a supportive boss and friend to Benson, but later we see Fin isn’t buying that act. I’m pleased with how Fin handled Dodds and really like how they are writing the character this season.

But first, the case, which opened with a calm plane flight, run by Optimum Air. It turned tense as the co-pilot, Tara Sidnana, locks the pilot, Logan Carter, out of the cockpit and then flies erratically in order to land, terrifying all the passengers. What surprised me about this scene was how easily the pilot, with only minor assistance, could break into the cockpit. Tara is quickly subdued and the aircraft safely landed.

Later, Rollins gets a call saying that Tara claims she was raped. Of course, the SVU must investigate the rape claim, and they speak with Tara who is being held at the airport jail. They are told they don’t think she has any link to terrorists. Tara explains she just wanted to land the plane and get the hell out. She says she was assaulted months ago and Optimum Air had told her if she kept her mouth shut she’d get fast tracked to her wings and never have to fly with Captain Carter, who she claims raped her. Carter was the pilot in this current flight. Maybe Tara is a bad pilot; if all she was doing was trying to land the plane, she certainly didn’t seem to have very good control over it. I am in no way excusing Carter raping her, but I don’t think this is any excuse for commandeering an airplane and terrifying all the passengers. It seems her answer to her being assaulted was to assault others with terror.

As the detectives investigate the case, they find that Optimum Air has a culture of objectifying their female employees and withholding promotions, docking salary, or threatening reassignment to women who don’t cooperate.

As she pursues the case, Benson gets pushback from Dodds, who says if she proceeds with this case, he suggests he get herself a big umbrella because the skies are going to open up and a lot of federal crap is going to come raining down. Benson counters that her umbrella is plenty big. As Dodds leaves her office, Fin walks in and when he sees a frustrated Benson, asks her if she wants him to cut Dodds, as he knows how to do it. Benson sees it as humor but Fin is probably serious.

In the Law & Order SVU universe, cases move at lightning speed. By January 15, the case is going to trial. Carter has been viewed as a hero, but Tara is scorned as she walks to the courthouse. She testifies that she pleaded guilty to federal charges, and she will serve two year and lose her pilot’s license. Two years for commandeering a jet and terrifying passengers seems far too light a sentence to me. I can’t imagine the Feds going easy on her, or any pilot, regardless of the explanation of her actions.

The detectives uncover another case of rape by Captain Carter and this gives Barba leverage to cut a deal with Captain Carter for two counts of rape and 10 years prison time.

When discussing the matter of the culture at Optimum Air with Barba, Benson states, with sarcasm, that being sexist, misogynist pigs isn’t a crime. But Barba thinks it should be and decides to convene a grand jury to pursue charges against Optimum Air. This begins on January 17. During part of the grand jury, one female employee testified that "Male pilots are worse than passengers. A pilot will pretend to hug you so he can look down your bra or text you “what color panties are you wearing” ". I found this testimony alarming as it lumped all male pilots into one category of being sexist pigs. She seemed just as bad as the men at Optimum Air who have negative opinions of all women.

One employee finally comes forward with evidence of an email that she typed which came from the top - Mr. Fleming – which said there is scientific data that women, no matter how well trained they are not mentally or emotionally equipped to captain an aircraft and that it is not a natural career choice for females. The memo added that the resulting anxiety can lead them to make poor decisions which may have severe consequences, including endangering lives and that women may be better suited for flight attendants. (Strangely, this is exactly what Tara did; her anxiety led her to make a poor decision that endangered lives.) Barba makes an impassioned closing argument and gets his true bill indictment charging Optimum Air and all its employees with grand larceny.

Wait, what? Charging ALL its employees? This would mean even down to the low level employees, men AND women, would get charged. This was a ridiculous statement and I am shocked that a grand jury would have bought into it. I’m surprised Barba would have cast such a wide net, even if he knew it would ultimately not be workable.

Later, Barba tells Benson that Optimum will probably make a motion to dismiss and says they will win, but he gets to appeal, but his odds of winning are 60/40 against. He thinks at least he got the wheels turning. Benson shows a New York Ledger headline which highlights the airline’s misdeeds, commenting she thought grand jury testimony was secret. Barba’s explanation is that the courthouse leaks like a sieve. He thinks the company will be declaring bankruptcy by next week, and Benson calls Barba a feminist icon.

Within this episode we see some interaction with Benson and Dodds. Benson was off 3 weeks, and Noah has returned to school – Dodds, checking on Benson in her home, offered her a few more weeks but she counters “…I think if Noah and I spend one more day together, we’d both end up in strait jackets” (which is what many fans have been saying for weeks). Dodds mentions after his son Mike died, every night for 6 months he’d go into the bar where Mike tended years ago and he’d drink too much. He could tell Benson not to beat herself up too much about Sheila, but one thing he hates is a hypocrite. So Dodds seems to be very concerned and supportive for Benson…but later Fin gets the win and shows Dodds’ true colors. At the end of the episode, when Dodds returns to SVU, Fin confronts him about Benson and says she is the only one that can do the job. Fin brings up rumors that Dodds was interviewing replacements for Benson, and Dodds explains that he wasn’t sure Benson was coming back and he had a department to run and bosses to answer to. At face value, this seems like a reasonable explanation. Dodds thinks Fin understands him and Fin does, but not the way Dodds expects, Fin shows Dodds a memo – we don’t see what it says – but the contents must be damning as Dodds is clearly rattled. Fin says he wants to make sure they DO understand each other. Dodds says he does. While we don’t see what’s in the memo, we can only assume that Dodds is not in Benson’s corner and may be actively working against her. This is one story line that would be very interesting to pursue.



Cast:
Mariska Hargitay - Lieutenant Olivia Benson
Ice-T - Detective Odafin “Fin” Tutuola
Kelli Giddish - Detective Amanda Rollins
Raúl Esparza - ADA Rafael Barba
Peter Scanavino - Detective Dominick “Sonny” Carisi, Jr.

Guest stars:
Peter Gallagher - Deputy Chief William Dodds
Yasmine Al Massri –Tara Sidnana
Martin Donovan – Captain Logan Carter
Ned Eisenberg - Roger Kressler
Reg Rogers - Carl Fleming
Roxanna Hope Radja - Alexis Sidnana
Anastasia Barzee - Jeanne Howell
Ana Maria Jomolca - Ellen
Blair Busbee – Erin Kay
Tyrone Mitchell Henderson – Kevin Reed (HR)
Sonia Manzano – Judge Pepiton
Iliana Guibert - Sandy Sullivan
Tom Day – Agent Doherty
Phae Lewis – Molly Harrison
Liam Craig – Traffic Supervisor
Jennifer Dorr White – Passenger
Jonathan Schenk - Passenger #2
Felicia A. Dinwiddie - Passenger 3
Molly Crowley – Passender 4
David Scott Purdy – Air Traffic Control Employee
Sara Brophy – Ms. Mile High
Peter Saide – Mr. Mile High
Holly Holcomb – Grand Juror #4
Deja Blaise - Juror #17
John Mack – Air Marshall




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Law & Order SVU “Info Wars” Promo

Here is the promo for Law & Order SVU “Info Wars” which will air on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 at 9PM ET on NBC.






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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Law & Order SVU “Info Wars” Episode Information


Here are the details for a new episode of Law & Order SVU, “Info Wars.”

Law & Order SVU “Info Wars” Air Date January 31, 2018 (9 PM ET/8C Wednesday NBC)

After a female pundit is assaulted during a protest, Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Barba (Raúl Esparza) struggle to put their political beliefs aside in order to help bring the attacker to justice. Also starring Ice T (Det. Odafin Tutuola), Kelli Giddish (Det. Amanda Rollins) and Peter Scanavino (Det. Sonny Carisi). Guest starring Rhea Seehorn (Martha Cobb), Tuck Sweeney (Henry Anderson), Adam William Zastrow (Justin Vichinsky), Kurt Fuller (Jed Karey), Jonathan Judge-Russo (Randy Platt) and Lee Roy Rogers (Selma Platt).

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Friday, January 12, 2018

Law & Order SVU “Flight Risk” Photos

Here are advance photos for Law & Order SVU “Flight Risk” which will air on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 9PM ET on NBC. The photos feature Mariska Hargitay, Kelli Giddish, Ice-T,  Raúl Esparza, Peter Gallagher as Deputy Chief William Dodds, Anastasia Barzee as Jeanne Howell, and Phae Lewis as Molly.


My recap and review of Law & Order SVU “Flight Risk” can be found at this link.
















Photos by: David Giesbrecht/NBC 2017 NBCUniversal Media, LLC





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Thursday, January 11, 2018

Law & Order SVU “Flight Risk” Sneak Peeks

Here are preview clips from Law & Order SVU “Flight Risk” which will air on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 9PM ET on NBC. The videos feature Mariska Hargitay, Ice-T, and Kelli Giddish.


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Law & Order SVU “Pathological” Recap & Review


Law & Order SVU “Pathological” was one of those cases Barba should have abandoned right away as a lost cause. It was obvious that the young Mariel had not only be traumatized by her mother but was also being negatively affected by medication (or medication withdrawal). Even a mediocre defense attorney could have easily won this case or blocked it from proceeding based on some sort of diminished capacity argument. I am also surprised that Benson, who always advocates for virtually every person who remotely seems like a victim, wasn’t more forceful with Barba to find a way to avoid a murder charge for Mariel before it even got to trial.

The case begins when, at a school for special needs, two teens – Mariel (15 years old) and Cody (19 years old) are discovered having sex. Mariel says she was raped, but as the detectives investigate, it is obvious that Mariel doesn’t completely understand the concept of rape, and Cody doesn’t really comprehend the overall situation. Rollins explains to Benson that the sex seems consensual and Barba does not want to pursue it. However, Rollins has issues with Mariel’s mother, Dawn, and has M.E. Warner do a tox screen on Mariel. Warner finds Mariel has drugs in her system that make sense for her treatment (such as valproate – AKA Depakote - for seizures), but also other medications or supplements that have adverse interactions. It was a treat to see M.E. Warner again helping the SVU, but as we get no explanation as to why we haven’t seen her in so long, we can only assume she’s continued to work her job but has had virtually zero interaction with the SVU team, which is a shame.

The detectives quickly realize that Dawn is a master manipulator and has been a little loose with Mariel’s medical history and going to various doctors to get various medications. The detectives get Dr. Elizabeth Olivet to asses Dawn. She determines that Dawn has Munchausen by proxy – meaning she is causing an illness in Mariel in order to get attention for herself. (This story line has been done before in both Law & Order “Precious” and Law & Order SVU “Sick”.) Having Olivet, a Law & Order favorite, come back to SVU to consult was a perfect addition to the story line. Dawn is later arrested and arraigned for reckless endangerment and she is put on ROR despite Barba’s recommendation otherwise.

Things take an ugly turn when the truth about what Dawn has done comes out to Mariel. Mariel’s father Lou comes back into the picture, and Dawn goes off the rails at the hospital where Mariel is being treated.  Dawn is arrested but makes bail. Soon after, Rollins is at SVU with Carisi and she gets a call from a frantic Mariel. The detectives race to her home, only to find Dawn dead on the floor. She’s been killed with a hammer and Mariel quickly admits to killing her. Later in SVU interrogation, Mariel is being questioned by Rollins and Barba;  Rollins mentions that Mariel is being detoxed from a lot of meds. But Mariel insists she felt good and was in control, but was concerned that her mother was never going to let her go. Her father wisely tells Mariel to stop taking and he will get a lawyer.

This brings me to my issue with the defense attorney and Barba. Even though Mariel says she was in control, after being under the influence of so many medications over such a long period of time, did Mariel really have the right mind to determine she was in control?  Even going through detox could have affected her thinking ability. For example, if they were detoxing her off the valproate, that is a drug that must be withdrawn slowly and carefully, especially if the dose is high. (I know this because my special needs nephew has been on this medication for years and even small reductions in dose has caused problems.) Depending on any drug’s half life, they can be in a person’s system for many days afterward. Considering the very short time frame from Mariel’s drugs being stopped and her killing her mom, I would think the defense could argue that Mariel was not in control as she thought. Benson (much) later suggests to Barba that he drop the charges, and Barba counters that if he does so, it’s like saying there is no rule of law and that the judicial system changes its mind and makes exception on a whim or for sympathetic defendants. I found his reasoning ludicrous.  In my opinion, the courts do make exceptions when there are compelling arguments to do so, and in this case, Mariel’s situation clearly was one.

Later, Barba, who should know better, talks about the case in an elevator with two jurors present. This brings the wrath of Judge Barth down on him, who hopes Barba didn’t do this on purpose. Barba suggests the case move to family court, and she allows it. Sometime later - we can’t really tell how much time has passed - Benson stops by to see Barba after talking to Dodds about her return to work. Barba tells Benson that family court gave Mariel a 3 year sentence, suspended to probation and community service plus regular mental health observations. Benson thinks justice was served, and Barba hopes so.

In addition to an SVU case, we see the effects on Benson and Noah from the incident with Noah’s kidnapping. I hoped that we could go an episode without any Noah drama, but my hopes were quickly dashed when the episode opened with Benson - who is on leave - having nightmares rehashing the incident with Sheila. Noah also wakes up at the same time, calling for his grandma, saying he saw her. Noah asks if he can sleep with Benson again (she is already sleeping there with him) but she allows it for one more night. Later, she admits to Rollins she is not sure she is doing that for Noah or for herself. Benson also tells Barba that Noah keeps asking about Sheila and she doesn’t know what to tell him. Why do I get this sinking feeling that the after affects of Sheila’s actions will continue to be dredged up?

Regarding the time frame this episode covers, I found it unbelievable that this case moved so quickly to trial, considering it occurred over the holidays. There was also a total absence of Christmas or holiday decorations, which, for the same reason, seemed odd.

Fin is in charge on this case, and Rollins later comments to Benson she thinks Fin loves it. It was enjoyable seeing Fin running the squad and he knew when it was time to bring in Benson and Barba.

Rollins struggled with the idea of punishing Mariel’s mother. Of course, in the SVU world, once you are a mother you have to feel sorry for all mothers. Carisi suggests to Rollins that she go home, saying he forgets she has a kid too and is a single mom and a full time cop and her life is not easy. He adds it is okay to say that out loud every once and a while. I don’t know why, but I found Carisi’s comment somewhat sexist and/or condescending. Clearly Rollins has a sitter, or daycare, for Jesse and Rollins never seems to have any difficulty juggling her job and her home life. (This is unlike Benson, whose issues with Noah constantly bombard viewers.) At the end of the episode, we see Rollins having some quality time with Jesse and then deciding to call her mother, possibly in an attempt to reconnect. Maybe after seeing how Dawn treated Mariel that Rollins decided her mother wasn’t so bad after all?


Cast:
Mariska Hargitay - Lieutenant Olivia Benson
Ice-T - Detective Odafin “Fin” Tutuola
Kelli Giddish - Detective Amanda Rollins
Raúl Esparza - ADA Rafael Barba
Peter Scanavino - Detective Dominick “Sonny” Carisi, Jr.

Guest stars:
Tamara Tunie - M.E. Melinda Warner
Carolyn McCormick - Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Dendrie Taylor - Dawn McLaughlin
Erin Wilhelmi - Mariel McLaughlin
Mouzam Makkar - Dara Miglani
Jenna Stern - Judge Elana Barth
George Sheffey - Lou McLaughlin
Mandi Masden –
Joanna Parson - Dr. Alexandra Levy
Jon Shaver – Randy Hill
Andrea Cirie – Alicia Flock
Conor Tague - Cody Hill
Tywan Wade – Taylor Jones
Claire Neumann – Juror #1 Susan Glase
Danielle Famble – Juror #2
Ryan Buggle – Noah Porter-Benson
Charlotte Cabell – Jesse Rollins
Vivian Cabell – Jesse Rolllins


Deleted scene added January 12, 2018




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Law & Order SVU “Flight Risk” Promo

Here is the promo for Law & Order SVU “Flight Risk” which will air on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 9PM ET on NBC.

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Friday, January 5, 2018

Law & Order SVU “Pathological” Photos

Here are advance photos for Law & Order SVU, “Pathological” which will air on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 9PM ET on NBC. The photos feature Mariska Hargitay, Kelli Giddish, Ice-T, Peter Scanavino, Raúl Esparza, Tamara Tunie as M.E. Melinda Warner, Erin Wilhelmi as Mariel McLaughlin, Dendrie Taylor as Dawn McLaughlin, and Mouzam Makkar as Dara Miglani.


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Photos by: Michael Parmelee/NBC 2017 NBCUniversal Media, LLC





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Thursday, January 4, 2018

Law & Order SVU “Pathological” Sneak Peek

Here is a preview clip from Law & Order SVU “Pathological” which will air on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 at 9PM ET on NBC. The video features Kelli Giddish and Peter Scanavino.


My recap and review of Law & Order SVU “Pathological” can be found at this link.


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Law & Order SVU “Gone Baby Gone” Recap & Review


Let’s cut to the chase. It was just as many had suspected: Sheila Porter – Noah’s biological grandmother - was behind Noah’s kidnapping. While Sheila’s shock and horror seemed genuine that Noah disappeared on her watch, she certainly changed her tune at the end of the episode. Brooke Shields did an excellent job of playing both sides of her character: the panicked grandmother and the possessive, obsessed grandmother. Even though the outcome of this case was predictable, the episode was action packed and moved at an exciting pace.

Benson is crazed at hearing her son has been kidnapped – who wouldn’t be? – and she refuses to back away from the case when Fin tells her that Chief Dodds doesn’t want her working it. When Benson realizes that Sheila planned this, her resolve only becomes greater as she worries that Noah could be gone forever. When Benson questions herself out loud, asking “How stupid am I?”, I found myself answering her: really stupid. Sheila previously tried to get custody of Noah in a contentious legal battle with Benson and when that didn’t work,  Sheila played on Benson's soft spots to find another way in. Benson’s desire to create a family for Noah had her welcoming the fox into the hen house.

Finding Noah was a bit too easy, despite first missing the obvious by looking at the surveillance video outside the store’s doors. Had someone been working on that right away, they wouldn’t have needed the detectives and the cops running around the store questioning random people to track Noah. After that, everything falls in to place; they track the hapless sucker who took Noah from the store at Sheila’s bidding. Sheila had bamboozled this guy into thinking that Benson was a child abuser and there was plenty of money and a family life together if he helped her.  What a loser.

Rollins does something that seemed out of character and highly inappropriate: she slaps the kidnapper in order to get him to talk. I guess when the crime affects one of their own, it’s easy for them to lose control and throw the rule book out the window.  The leads they get takes Benson to an out-of-state cabin where Sheila has taken Noah. Not knowing what to expect there, Benson goes there alone, not a smart move coming from a Lieutenant. Sheila could have been armed, there could have been another accomplice there, etc. Benson could have been walking into a dangerous situation. Oh wait, she DID walk into a dangerous situation!  Benson enters the cabin and stands too long in the open doorway, a rookie mistake.   Sheila easily attacks Benson and disarms her, giving Sheila control of Benson’s weapon.   Lucky for Benson, Noah walks in and distracts Sheila, giving Benson the opportunity to gain control over the situation and get Noah to safety. It's sad to think that Benson's lack of caution in entering the premises, in addition to her going there alone, put her and Noah in a dangerous situation, one where Noah had to unwittingly create a needed diversion.

Benson and Barba have a few moments together where it implies their friendship has gotten stronger. Barba shows concern for Benson not just as a colleague but as a friend and Benson appears to be comforted by his support. But I suppose that there is still a respectable distance between them, as, at the end of the episode, everyone with SVU is already at Benson’s home when Barba shows up but she doesn’t immediately invite him in. In fact, he has to ask if she isn’t going to ask him in. What was she worried about that she didn’t let him in right away? What kind of good friend doesn’t immediately welcome someone into their home?  Was she worried that her colleagues would think that there was more to her relationship with Barba?

My favorite line – or shall I say word - of the episode goes to Fin, who, when at SVU, Chief Dodds tells him “Well I’m glad you’re on our side, Detective Tutuola” and Fin responds “Count your blessings, Chief” then calls him a “dick” under his breath as Dodds walks off.

The final scene where everyone is together shows that Benson knows who is her – and Noah’s – real family.  The family is not Noah’s biological grandmother, it’s her SVU family. Had Benson realized this much earlier, and not allowed her desire to give Noah a semblance of a family life, this kidnapping would likely have not happened, or at least not been so easy. After all these years working in Special Victims and seeing the worst of people, Benson still has a streak of naiveté when it comes to the people in own life.

I suspect most fans are grateful that Noah is safely back with Benson, but I do know many fans are suffering from Noah fatigue. Hopefully this will bring to a close any Noah-centric story lines, at least for a while. I think that well has run dry.


Cast:
Mariska Hargitay - Lieutenant Olivia Benson
Ice-T - Detective Odafin “Fin” Tutuola
Kelli Giddish - Detective Amanda Rollins
Raúl Esparza - ADA Rafael Barba
Peter Scanavino - Detective Dominick “Sonny” Carisi, Jr.

Guest stars:
Brooke Shields - Sheila Porter
Peter Gallagher - Chief William Dodds
Frank Pando - Juan Ortoli
Maureen Mueller - Susan Janet
Domenica Feraud – Maria Ortoli
Kevin McGrue – Raymond Greem, PI
Brian Berrebbi – Vince Mazanno
Collin Meath – Brad
Lawrence Clayton – Matt Wyatt
Gannon McHale – George
Nesha Ward – Nathalie Washington
Kelly Feltjhous – Cyndi
Olivia Luna – Rhonda
Logan James Hall - Brett Hagen
Marvin Bell – Bus Driver
Julia Garrison – Mall Patron
Rowan Vickers – Ridgewood NJ Cop
Ryan Buggle - Noah Porter-Benson
Charlotte Cabel – Jesse
Vivian Cabell - Jesse



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Law & Order SVU “Pathological” Promo

Here is the promo for Law & Order SVU “Pathological” which will air on Wednesday, January 10, 2018 t 9PM ET on NBC.

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