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.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×17 “Can’t Knock The Hustle” took a deep dive on Detective Stabler’s feelings about his father.
The takeaway from Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×15 “Takeover”? EO breadcrumbs. A Bensler snack. A meltdown over flirty friends.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×14 “…Wheatley Is To Stabler” made some of the Wheatley-of-it-all’s best bits…kinda meaningless?
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×13 “As Hubris Is To Oedipus” was another chance for this series to show that an hour of TV time isn’t enough.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×12 “As Iago Is To Othello” was, in a word, nuts. We actually mean that in the most positive of ways.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×11 “As Nottingham Was To Robin Hood” was another one of those TV episodes that just had everything.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×10 “Nemesis” felt like a lot of setup. But we’re good with that because, well, that’s what we needed.
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×09 “The Christmas Episode,” as the second half of the series’ most recent crossover with SVU, had a pretty stellar act to follow. With the deeply personal story of Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) trying desperately…
Law & Order: SVU 23×09 “The People vs. Richard Wheatley” was the type of television episode that was not only well worth the wait, but has also given viewers plenty to talk about for the weeks, months, and (likely) years…
Law & Order: Organized Crime 2×08 officially made the series’ “Eddie Ashes” arc eight for eight in terms of quality storytelling.
With Reggie Bogdani in custody, Detective Stabler and the rest of our friends from Law & Order: Organized Crime looked ready to wrap up their latest operation. But that didn’t mean the series didn’t have some more twists in store…
Law & Order: Organized Crime continues to not miss a beat. “The Good, The Bad, and The Lovely” was yet another shining example of how you can mix compelling, high stakes drama with plenty of character development and personal stories.…