Law & Order: SVU 24×19 “Bend the Law” manages to do something that the series hasn’t lately: actually make two (seemingly) at-odds parts fit.
Law & Order: SVU 24×17 “Lime Chaser” focuses on Detective Churlish, which is a good thing. But a lot of the story…is not.
Law & Order: SVU 24×15 “King of the Moon” features star/director Mariska Hargitay and guest star Bradley Whitford at their very best.
Law & Order: SVU 24×13 “Intersection” is mostly strong but suffers, in every aspect of the storytelling, from a complete lack of subtlety.
As a second chapter of a trilogy, Law & Order: SVU 24×11 “Soldier Up” both does what it needs to do and…doesn’t.
Law & Order: SVU 24×07 “Dead Ball” is one of those episodes that’s great for your typical weekend “TV’s broken — only plays SVU” marathon.
Law & Order: SVU 24×05 “Breakwater” uses the case of a corrupt chief lifeguard to further many themes that have worked very well this season.
Law & Order: SVU 23×17 “Once Upon a Time in El Barrio” did the unthinkable: It made us know, and want to know, Detective Velasco.