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Blogulator Radio Episode 41 - "Law & Order: Special Addicts Unit"


With special international TV correspondent Lady Amy back in the States temporarily, Chris and Jerksica have a roundtable discussion with her about the mysterious addictiveness and longevity prowess of NBC’s 13-seasons-and-still-chugging-along crime procedural Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Having not tuned in a while, especially since the news of Elliot Stabler aka Christopher Meloni aka Sam the Eagle’s departure from the show, Lady Amy convinced her blogcasters in crime (pun intended) to check it out and to their chagrin, it is indeed still the same competent Dick Wolf production it always was back in its heyday. The three discuss some of the latest episodes, recent cast additions, and pop cultural peripheries that have helped keep the show running strong while still firmly remaining in the “entertaining” and not “meaningful” category of television. Somehow, even after The Wire, Justified, and many more, plus the glut of ripoffs that have since become more popular, SVU still remains watchable primetime programming.

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