As Law & Order: Special Victims Unit just kicked off its 13th season, we are afforded the pleasure of reuniting with some very familiar faces that we haven’t seen all summer. Well, unless we watched one of the 15,000 reruns of this show over the summer. While we have grown to regard Chris Meloni and Mariska Hargitay as family members over the last decade, it’s the little people that we’ve grown closer to. The archetypes that keep the show so damn familiar episode after episode. The unsung heroes of SVU.
These are their stories.
He’s busy, so he’s just gonna continue to move stuff from the van onto the loading dock while you give him the details of the teenage debutante that was raped 700 times then cut into 7 perfectly equal pieces.
Also, no. Edgar didn’t show up for work today. Called in sick about two hours ago. Why you ask?
In case you didn’t know, 46% of Central Park joggers find dead bodies on their runs. If those joggers are conducting a generic conversation about last night’s Knicks game, that number skyrockets to 92%. New York is a dangerous place, but fortunately, joggers throughout the island of Manhattan are finding the dead bodies as quickly as they’re being created by the perverts running rampant throughout the city.
If the NYPD is conducting a search for a young girl they presume to be dead, they should conduct a department-wide fun run. They could find every missing person in about 28 minutes.
She’s going to allow it, but you better get somewhere with this. And quick.