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Detective Amanda Rollins’ (Kelli Giddish) addiction drives her to an illegal gambling club, where waitress Clare Wilson (returning guest star Stefanie Scott) recognizes her as a cop. To protect her job, Rollins strikes a deal with the club managers (guest stars Donal Logue and Sherri Saum) to make their illegal transgressions disappear. But when the debt isn’t paid to their liking, she doubles down and loses, forcing Sergeant Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Detective Tutuola (Ice-T) to suspect one of their own of an unthinkable crime. Also starring Danny Pino (Detective Nick Amaro). Also guest starring Federico Dordei (Marcelo Guarana), Lothaire Bluteau (Anton Nadari) and Michael Potts (IAB Sgt. Cole Draper).

NBC has finally released a sneak peek for next week’s episode, Comic Perversion. You can watch it below if you don’t mind being spoiled! (It may only be viewable in the US)

Kelli Giddish was on the Daily Shot with Ali Wentworth. She talks about working with Ice-T and Mariska. Watch below to find out what she said.

Alec Baldwin is going to tangle with the elite squad of detectives who make up NBC’s Law & Order: SVU, E! News can exclusively reveal.

This is Baldwin’s first TV acting gig since the end of 30 Rock over a year ago.

Baldwin’s episode is slated to air sometime this spring and details on his role are being kept under wraps. This will be Baldwin’s first Law & Order franchise appearance. Baldwin will appear in series star Mariska Hargitay‘s directorial debut. Hargitay’s co-star, Ice-T, said he will have her back throughout the whole thing.

“I’m just going to try and support her. I would never in a million years—I’ve directed a lot of stuff, I’ve directed films. There’s no way I would try this…If I do an indie film, if I overload, I can shut it down. Even shut it down to eight hours and be like, ‘Hey, let’s come in later in the day.’ This thing moves like a machine,” Ice-T told E! News exclusively on the SVU set.

Hargitay will also appear in the episode as Sergeant Olivia Benson.

“And then she’s going to actually have Alec Baldwin in a shot, in a scene in the show, and try to direct herself. She’s not going to not be in the show. Good luck. My job is to be what Dick Wolf calls me—my best compliment I’ve ever gotten was Dick Wolf said, ‘Ice-T is the least pain in my ass.’ So I’m going to try and be the least pain in her ass. I’m going to just try and do my sh–. Regardless, she can’t say Ice is a problem,” Ice said. “I’m going to follow instructions. I come from a military background and I understand that following instructions is a very keen art. It’s the most helpful you can be sometimes, just learning how to take orders than always having two cents to put in to sh–.”

Hargitay told E! News in January that she was excited to step behind the camera on the show she’s called home for 15 years.

“It’s a long time coming; I’ve wanted to do it for a while. There are a lot of things that I’ve learned and collected. I know how to get performances, I know what buttons to push in people and I’ve been doing it for a long time…Since I’ve been on SVU, I get more joy, sometimes, from helping somebody else with their performance than my own,” Hargitay told E! News. “That’s when I got the idea…It’s just this idea of helping to tell the story or even help people get in touch, like how people help me to get to my soul. I’m up for the challenge…It feels like a natural progression.”

Baldwin’s episode and Hargitay’s directorial debut airs in March.



Popular comedian Josh Galloway (guest star Jonathan Silverman) is faced with student protestors after a set at Tompkins Square University. His demeaning jokes about women and rape become more serious when a student is assaulted by two of Galloway’s fans. Though Barba (Raúl Esparza) can’t arrest him for speaking his mind, he charges the SVU to find proof that Galloway’s actions reflect his words. When TSU student Carly Rydell (guest star Laura Slade Wiggins) accuses Galloway of rape, Sergeant Benson (Mariska Hargitay) is happy to arrest him. But Barba finds major roadblocks in the he-said she-said case, and thinks Benson should have chosen her battle more carefully. Meanwhile, a detective from Chicago (guest star Sophia Bush) seeks help from the NYPD. Also starring Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola), Danny Pino (Detective Nick Amaro) and Kelli Giddish (Detective Amanda Rollins). Also guest starring Elizabeth Marvel (Counselor Rita Calhoun), Skyler Day (Renee Clark) and Dean Winters (Detective Brian Cassidy).

“Wednesday’s child is full of woe…”

It’s a simple line from a nineteenth century poem.

This Wednesday night it’s the title of the latest episode of “Law & Order: SVU.”

The synopsis reads, “A race to save a missing boy’s life takes a dark turn when two notorious criminals get involved.” This sounds as if it could describe various other episodes of the show, but, true to form, this installment is so much more than just that plain statement.

“This is a very tightly written script,” says “Wednesday’s Child” Director Laura Belsey. “It’s a classic episode in the best sense of it. It has all of the elements that make it a tense hour; there’s a missing child, a ticking clock, shady suspects, and the whole process of getting to the truth about what’s happened to this child is very difficult.”

Belsey went on to explain that the pace of the storyline influenced the way she executed her task as director. “My job was to honor the urgency of this script and infuse everything with a sense of immediacy. We wanted the whole thing to feel tense and slightly unnerving in a subtle way; everything is set up to make viewers feel unsettled.” To achieve this, Belsey revealed that most of the episode was shot with a Steadicam, saying, “This gives a constant sense of movement that really propels the story in a very visual way.”

The ticking clock in this missing child case clearly echoes what’s going in Sergeant Benson’s personal life as well. Viewers will recall that previews for this episode feature Benson picking up a pregnancy test. It seems so simple; that test is either positive or negative. But remember, this is ‘SVU’ and nothing happens without complications.

While what’s happening in Benson’s personal life might, particularly in this area, appear to be a case of plain old, cut-and-dried cause and effect, this phase might actually better be characterized as ‘cause and affect.’

“Wednesday’s Child” is filled with the familiar ‘choices-decisions-consequences’ chain that permeates real life and this particular case, with its examination of what it truly means to be a parent, is not something that Benson can gloss over given her current situation, and she, by no means, does.

This is the last episode of ‘SVU’ before a three week break for the Winter Olympics so soak it in and rest assured that as the final scene rolls, you will indeed be left wanting more.

“Law & Order: SVU” airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on NBC.

Also, don’t miss Mariska Hargitay Tuesday night on “Chelsea Lately” at 11e/p on E!


NBC uploaded a clip from Wednesday’s Child to their YouTube. Watch it below.

Sophia Bush and her Chicago PD costar Jesse Lee Soffe were interviewed recently at an NBC event. Sophia talks about the crossover with SVU and working with Mariska. It’s a cute little mention so make sure to watch. Unfortunately it’s not letting me embed the video so you you can watch it here. She starts talking about Mariska at the 3:45 mark.

Warning: May contain spoilers so do not watch if you wish to remain spoiler free!

Claire: When will Sophia Bush be on SVU? I’m really looking forward to seeing my two favorites—Sophia and Mariska Hargitay—on the same show!
Look for the Chicago PD star to show up in the Wednesday, Feb. 26 episode of Law & Order: SVU, the first show back after the Olympics. In it, a popular comedian becomes the target of students and the SVU squad when his jokes about women and rape raise ire and a student is assaulted by two of his fans. With their hands tied—the comedian has freedom of speech—the detectives have to find proof the comedian’s actions reflect his words. A student comes forward and accuses the comic of rape, and Sergeant Benson slaps the cuffs on him. However, it’s not smooth sailing and the case becomes increasingly complicated for the team. Yikes.


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