Law & Order, SVU along with Organized Crime kick off their seasons with a landmark crossover, and sure it’s wonderful to see the entire team working together. However, as we head into the show that follow, we’ve got two straightforward questions What will they do to set up the plot for Detective Amanda Rollins’ (Kelli Giddish) departure?
It’s not until half-way into the third hour when it is revealed that it does exactly that. Lieutenant Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) Detective Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and detective Frank Cosgrove (Jeffrey Donovan) along with Detective Jalen Shaw (Mehcad Brooks) are the main suspects in the investigation following an innocent 15-year-old girl has been killed and they learn that she was involved in an sex trafficking ring.
Her killer, Sirenko, kills one of Stabler’s CIs prior to creating a bomb in the hotel that is hosting the NATO event. However, the person responsible has been identified as Daniel Rublev, senior liaison to the president of Russia. Nicole Another girl, who was a victim of trafficking and abused, is the only one who has the ability to authenticate an audio clip in which Rublev talked about the whole world being aware of the power Russia is, and then he announced the power of something loud and big which will be all over the news.
When Rollins is about to leave the safe home together with Nicole and another detective three men shoot at them. When Nicole decides to leave, Rollins follows and is killed. The other detective then is killed by him before the killer has the chance to shoot again at Rollins.
Christopher Meloni as Detective Elliot Stabler, Mariska Hargitay as Captain Olivia Benson in Law & Order Crossover
At the point that Benson arrives at the scene, Rollins has been taken to the hospital. “Tell me she’s alive,” she tells Benson, the second detective. “I don’t know. There was plenty of blood. The bleeding was stopped by me. The patient was still alive at the time she went away,” the doctor admits. However, the EMTs were speaking about her. That is supposed been a positive indicator, isn’t it? ADA Sonny Carisi (Peter Scanavino) is on the scene shortly after and clearly in a mess. “Is she alright? Are they alive?” he demands.
Benson admits that she’s not certain but “Amanda is a very strong woman, and if anyone can survive a gunshot wound, we both know she can.” He rushes away to hospital.Rollins has a successful surgery and she’s in good state However, the only thing they have to do is pray for the best. Benson then shares the hospital the hospital with Nolan Price (Hugh Dancy). In the final scene, we meet her, with Carisi watching her from her bedside. Rollins is still alive, and appears to be recovering.
However, could this result in her deciding to take a step back and quit SVU before she makes her way home to her girls one day? (Jamie Gray Hyder’s Kat was a victim of the same lines, opting to walk away following injuries.) It’s definitely plausible … as long as the next episode of SVU will not result in Kat suffering severe complications as a result of her injury.
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