Season 19 of “law & order: special victims” finally ended last night, and I loved it. The show took a more subtle, less comedic approach to what makes the cops tick, and the resolution to all the crimes they solve was heartbreaking.
The episode opens with a couple of detectives (played by James Ransone and David Cross) returning to the precinct after a year overseas. The detectives have a case where a former police officer is sentenced to life in prison for the murders of his wife and daughter. They have a few other cases to take care of, and it looks like they’re going to solve this one for them.
I think that was the only way to write a story that was as good as the first episode, and in that spirit I give you Law & Order: special victims unit season 19 episode 17, in which the police resolve their cases. This episode is pretty good because it doesn’t really drag on like the first, and it doesn’t rely on exposition to get to the point. It definitely has action, and it ends with the cops being very good at what they do.
This episode is pretty good because it doesnt really drag on like the first, and it doesnt rely on exposition to get to the point. It definitely has action, and it ends with the cops being very good at what they do.
You can read more about it on my blog.
This is one of those episodes that I think that a lot of people will like, because it has a very good ending. But I think it’s still a great episode because it makes us care about the characters, and it shows us that police work can be a very dangerous job. The main character is a cop, and he doesn’t have much of a choice when he puts his gun down. The episode ends with him getting shot, and the whole episode has a very serious tone.
Law & order is the first of a new series of shows that have been developed at the same time as the TV show. The Law & Order franchise includes CSI, NCIS, and Chicago PD. The writers of the TV series developed an interesting spin on the series. The pilot for the show, “The Beginning,” was based on a true story about a man who was wrongly accused of murder.
Like many of the other shows, Law amp Order is about a case. The show focuses on the detectives working on the case. This episode, however, focuses on a man who has been wrongly accused of murder.
It seems like they have a lot of characters. There are several suspects, and several theories. The one about the case that’s interesting is that this man was accused of murder. That’s sort of interesting because it would seem like the police would have a better idea of what to do on a case than they did. The police are the ones who are supposed to make the arrest and are the ones who should be looking into the case.
I don’t like the idea of a man coming to justice. If it were me, I would just let him rot in jail, but the system is supposed to be on our side.