Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×19 “A Diplomatic Solution” features compelling interpersonal dynamics for Stabler, on two different fronts.
In our exclusive interview with Ryan Buggle of Law & Order: SVU fame, we discussed the atmosphere on set, standing up to bullies, and more.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×15 “The Wild and The Innocent” is an episode best for using as background noise while we do other things.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×11 “The Infiltration Game” asks viewers to suspend disbelief in a way that just flat out doesn’t work.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×09 “Last Christmas” is a bit too heavy on the action but still delivers on some precious emotional moments.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×08 “Whipping Post” is kind of a story in three parts. Two of them are really interesting, and one’s…there.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×07 “All That Glitters” is a glittering example of what happens when bad faith happens to good viewers.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×06 is, much like this season’s fourth episode, an opportunity for Rick Gonzalez to shine as Bobby Reyes
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×05 “Behind Blue Eyes” has several really strong elements but nearly as many questionable ones
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×04 sends our newest detective undercover, and with the focus again on the team, it’s another strong episode.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×03 “Catch Me If You Can” delivers probably one of the best Stabler/Bell scenes yet. And there’s so much more.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 3×02 “Everybody Knows the Dice are Loaded” delivers on some of what we were promised ahead of season 3.
Law & Order 22×01 “Gimme Shelter – Part Three” ended the franchise’s three-part premiere event on a sour note.
Will Law & Order: Organized Crime season 3 dodge difficult conversations or lean in to the aftermath of the Brotherhood arc? Answers HERE.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×22 “Friend or Foe” was the type of season finale that, while predictable in some places, was still quite good.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×21 is basically Detective Stabler’s Action Hero Film, Elliot’s Family Drama, and more…all in a single hour.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×20 “Lost One” is all about Benson and Stabler as partners. And it feels. so. good.
Law & Order: SVU 23×20 “Did You Believe In Miracles?” did something we’ve been asking for all season, maybe even for years:
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×19 “Dead Presidents” featured so many moving parts, it was hard to keep up.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×18 added yet another layer of pain to Elliot Stabler’s already-complicated feelings about his father.