‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ 3×06 Review: “Blaze of Glory”

Law & Order: Organized Crime 3x06 Rick Gonzalez as Det. Bobby Reyes -- (Photo by: Will Hart/NBC)
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  1. Kavs says:

    I think having Reyes confront his abuser (rather than Benson/stabler) worked really well here. They were able to bring out these really complex emotions that abuse survivors can feel. I was really impressed that they showed Reyes wondering what was wrong with me. Vaughn still visiting the foster guy. And the group dynamics when some members are put through additional abuse.

    We can safely assume that the case moves over to SVU for further evidence collection and prosecution, off screen.

    The excellent squad dynamic continues. OCCB is really a family now.

    As for cigarette burns coincidence, in my opinion Benson and Stabler have both seen it all. Both have also experienced a lot of different trauma personally, their whole lives. So now all I want is for them to hold each other, see each other and take care of each other, after of course he can clearly answer why he left… Will anything other than “I was in love with you and had to leave because I couldn’t give you everything that you deserved” do??

    1. Shana says:

      Oh, I definitely agree that Reyes needed to confront Leonard alone. But the fact that this is SUCH an SVU case, yet SVU wasn’t really called in and even Elliot was excluded…so weird as a viewer who knows how good he’s always been with survivors.

      And yeah. EO have definitely seen it all and DEFINITELY need to actually see each other and take care of each other. I’m exhausted to death.

  2. Rebecka Johansson says:

    If it makes you feel better, the actor who plays Whelan was born 1989, so he actually is a millennial. But the actress who plays Jet is Gen Z (born 1998).

    1. Shana says:

      Ha! A little better, yes. Not much. But some!

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