Svu season 12 episode 19

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Bombshell

  • Season 12 Overview

    Air Date: September 22, 2010

  • S12:E28. Smoked

    Air Date: May 18, 2011

  • S12:E27. Delinquent

    Air Date: May 11, 2011

  • S12:E26. Smoked

    Air Date: May 18, 2011

  • S12:E26. Smoked

    Air Date: May 18, 2011

  • S12:E26. Bang

    Air Date: May 4, 2011

  • S12:E25. Delinquent

    Air Date: May 11, 2011

  • S12:E25. Delinquent

    Air Date: May 11, 2011

  • S12:E25. Reparations

    Air Date: April 6, 2011

  • S12:E24. Smoked

    Air Date: May 18, 2011

  • S12:E23. Delinquent

    Air Date: May 11, 2011

  • S12:E22. Bang

    Air Date: May 4, 2011

  • S12:E21. Reparations

    Air Date: April 6, 2011

  • S12:E20. Totem

    Air Date: March 30, 2011

  • S12:E19. Bombshell

    Air Date: March 23, 2011

  • S12:E18. Bully

    Air Date: February 23, 2011

  • S12:E17. Pursuit

    Air Date: February 16, 2011

  • S12:E16. Spectacle

    Air Date: February 9, 2011

  • S12:E15. Flight

    Air Date: February 2, 2011

  • S12:E14. Dirty

    Air Date: January 19, 2011

  • S12:E13. Mask

    Air Date: January 12, 2011

  • S12:E12. Possessed

    Air Date: January 5, 2011

  • S12:E11. Pop

    Air Date: January 5, 2011

  • S12:E10. Rescue

    Air Date: December 1, 2010

  • S12:E9. Gray

    Air Date: November 17, 2010

  • S12:E8. Penetration

    Air Date: November 10, 2010

  • S12:E7. Trophy

    Air Date: November 3, 2010

  • S12:E6. Branded

    Air Date: October 20, 2010

  • S12:E5. Wet

    Air Date: October 13, 2010

  • S12:E4. Merchandise

    Air Date: October 6, 2010

  • S12:E3. Behave

    Air Date: September 29, 2010

  • S12:E2. Bullseye

    Air Date: September 22, 2010

  • S12:E1. Locum

    Air Date: September 22, 2010

  • Sours: https://www.metacritic.com/tv/law-order-special-victims-unit/season-12/episode-19-bombshell

    Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (season 12)

    Season of television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

    Season of television series

    The twelfth season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit premiered in the United States on the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) on September 22, 2010, and concluded on May 18, 2011. This was the first season that the show did not air alongside the original Law & Order. Episodes initially aired on Wednesdays between 9pm/8c and 10pm/9c Eastern except for the season premiere which aired from 9pm/8c to 11pm/10c. After the winter hiatus, SVU returned with another two-hour showing on January 5, 2011, before the broadcast time switched to the 10pm/9c time slot the following week.[1]

    At the end of the season, Neal Baer resigned his position as showrunner.[2] After the season finale, Christopher Meloni, BD Wong, and Tamara Tunie left the principal cast.[3][4]

    Production[edit]

    For the first eleven years of Law & Order: SVU, the set had been located in New Jersey, at NBC's Central Archives building in North Bergen. Faced with losing the state's 20 percent tax incentive, the show moved to New York City into the studio space at Chelsea Piers that was occupied by the original Law & Order series.[5] After the fourth episode of the season, the original New Jersey set was no longer used.[6] Outdoor filming was halted on January 26, 2011, due to a blizzard. Production resumed in the Chelsea Piers studio.[7]

    This season's third episode focused on an investigation involving a rape kit, which took Detective Olivia Benson (Hargitay) from New York City to Los Angeles to meet Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Detective Rex Winters (Skeet Ulrich). The episode was shot while Hargitay was in Los Angeles for the Primetime Emmy Awards in August 2010, and aired September 29, before the Law & Order: LA premiere on NBC.[8]

    Neal Baer left Law & Order: SVU at the end of the season, after serving eleven years (seasons 2–12) as showrunner. He chose not to renew his NBC contract, instead signing a three–year deal with CBS Studios.[2]

    Cast changes and returning characters[edit]

    Australian newspaper Courier-Mail reported in February 2010 that season twelve would be Christopher Meloni's last, after his comment to the reporter that "I think 12 years is enough, a good number" was misunderstood. Meloni later clarified that, at the time, he had one year left on his contract and the show had not been picked up. He also said "[i]t wasn't [the reporter's] fault", and that he would continue on the show as long as it is picked up.[9] When asked in an interview if Mariska Hargitay could envision doing the show without him, she said, "Oh man, it breaks my heart to even think about it. I just love that man and I love acting with him, and I think it's our chemistry that makes the show what it is. So I don't even want to think about it".[10]

    This season marked Meloni's last regular appearance on the show.

    On April 12, 2010, NBC officially picked up SVU for a twelfth season with Meloni and Hargitay returning as part of the one-year deal they struck with NBC before production began on season 11, which included an option for a second year. The two started shooting new episodes in June and July 2010.[11] Hargitay expressed interest in her character having a baby this season, saying, "A boyfriend! A baby! I don't even have to get married. I just want a baby! Give me a baby!".[10]

    On June 23, 2010, Michael Ausiello reported that Paula Patton was in "advanced talks" to join the show, as a permanent ADA.[12]TV Guide later confirmed that Patton would play Assistant District Attorney Mikka Von in multiple episodes, beginning with the fifth episode. She was set to fill the ADA slot left vacant by both Stephanie March (Alexandra Cabot) and guest star Sharon Stone (Jo Marlowe).[13] Patton appeared in a single episode, but broke contract to film Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. Her role was replaced by Melissa Sagemiller as ADA Gillian Hardwicke.[14][15] Sagemiller and Mariska Hargitay previously worked together on the SVU season one episode "Russian Love Poem", in which Sagemiller played a victim. "There's something in my past, a personal connection that we have, something that she did for me and a family member who she helped out ... She's not aware of it yet [but] it becomes revealed in the next several episodes", Sagemiller said. ADA Hardwicke's background was never revealed. Her personality, Sagemiller says, is front and center. "She's tough ... she has a heart, she just gets what she wants." Sagemiller also added, "She sticks to the letter of the law, sometimes to a fault, but in the end I think she always does the right thing".[16]

    Christine Lahti returned as EADA Sonya Paxton in the ninth episode "Gray". Paxton, previously exposed as an alcoholic in season 11, had apparently conquered her drinking problem. Baer told TVGuide.com, "She has a huge scene where she faces off with Stabler".[17] Her character was later killed in the seventeenth episode. Diane Neal returned as ADA Casey Novak for the episode "Reparations".[18] Neal had previously made her last appearance in the ninth-season finale, in which her character was censured for violating due process in a rape case.[19]

    Cast[edit]

    See also: List of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit characters

    Main cast[edit]

    Crossover stars[edit]

    Special guest star[edit]

    Recurring cast[edit]

    Guest stars[edit]

    Maria Bello appeared twice in this season as Vivian Arliss, who briefly gives custody of her son to Benson.

    Henry Ian Cusick played a graphic artist named Erik Weber in the first two episodes.[20]Joan Cusack played the mother of two missing girls in the first episode.[21]Jennifer Love Hewitt played a rape victim afraid to leave her house in the episode "Behave". Baer told TVGuide.com, "One of the reasons we wanted to do this episode is because it addresses Mariska Hargitay's passion for rape kits, which can help gather evidence to convict the rapists. But for some reason these kits have been sitting around unopened in cities all over the country."[22]Skeet Ulrich guest-starred in the same episode as his Law & Order: LA character, Detective Rex Winters.[8]Gloria Reuben guest starred as US Attorney Christine Danielson in the fourth episode "Merchandise", in which the death of a girl who was struck by a car reveals a child trafficking and slavery ring. Baer said of her appearance, "We're bringing back characters we love this season."[6]

    Prior to appearing in season 12, Harden appeared twice in the series, her last appearance being on the season 8premiere episode "Informed".

    David Krumholtz guest starred in the fifth episode "Wet" with actress Rosemary Harris. Krumholtz played an expert on toxic mushrooms who is involved in the same murder investigation that involved Harris' character.[23]Paula Patton, who was originally cast in the role of ADA, also makes a guest appearance as ADA Mikka Von. In the episode, her character is fired because she sent a defense attorney on vacation in order to give the detectives more time in finding who actually committed the murder. In the sixth episode "Branded", Michael Gladis and Kevin Alejandro played two of a trio of rape victims. "They have been branded and sodomized by someone", revealed Baer, who said the show posed the questions, "is there a connection between these men, and what nut case is on the loose?"[24]David Alan Grier played defense attorney Jeremy Swift.[25]Jason Wiles also joined Gladis, Alejandro, and Grier in the episode. Wiles played Alexander Gammon, who becomes a rapist's target.[26]

    Maria Bello appeared in the season's seventh episode "Trophy" as Vivian Arliss. After identifying an ex-convict as the prime suspect for the rape and murder of a girl, Benson discovers that Arliss' mother was raped by the same man. Arliss leaves her son Calvin (Charlie Tahan) in Benson's custody to find the boy's father.[27] She later appeared in tenth episode "Rescue". Marcia Gay Harden returned in the season's eighth episode "Penetration" as FBI Agent Dana Lewis. Agent Lewis is raped while undercover, and her rapist has a connection to one of her previous undercover operations in "Raw".[28]

    Drea de Matteo guest starred as Sondra in the eleventh episode "Pop", as a pregnant battered wife whose abuser also beats her son from another marriage.[29] Matteo said in an interview that she had not read the script prior to accepting the role and explained that, "I just knew that they wanted me to do something on the show and I'm a fan of the show, I was really excited to be on this show. This is like a New York staple. It's part of our culture here".[30]Olympia Dukakis also guest-starred in that episode as an attorney named Debby Marsh, who is hired to represent the son (Al Calderon) of Sondra.[31]Taryn Manning guest starred in the twelfth episode, "Possessed", portraying a woman who years earlier had been coerced into porn. Peyton List also guest starred as the young version of Taryn Manning's onscreen character, Larissa Welsh. They filmed scenes in December 2010.[32]Jeremy Irons guest starred in "Mask" as Dr. Cap Jackson, a sex therapist who runs a sex addiction rehab clinic. "We're elated to work with an actor of Jeremy's caliber", Baer said. "He brings depth, intelligence and charisma to all his varied roles and we couldn't be luckier to have him guest-star on SVU."[33]A.J. Cook guest starred in the same episode as Irons, and Cook portrayed OBGYN Debbie Shields, the lesbian lover of the daughter of Irons' character. Baer mentioned that "[h]er character is brutally attacked."[34]

    Lahti has appeared multiple times as EADA Sonya Paxton since season 11. Her character was killed in the episode "Pursuit".

    Shohreh Aghdashloo guest starred as Detective Saliyah "Sunny" Qadri, an employee of the Brooklyn DA's office in the episode "Dirty".[35]Colm Feore played a wealthy sexual predator named Jordan Hayes in the episode "Flight". Feore said of his character: "Harder is the psychology of a guy who gets his kicks from taking advantage of young women, girls really to be brutally honest. [It's tough] asking yourself what kind of a guy it is who needs to satisfy his desires, such as they are, with innocence".[36]Debra Messing guest starred in the episode, "Pursuit", as a TV journalist who becomes the target of a stalker. Baer described her character as "[a] ballsy television journalist who sets out to nail pedophiles".[37]LuAnn de Lesseps played a socialite who makes a gruesome discovery in the episode, "Bully". Executive producer Dan Truly described her character as a "slightly deranged, out of control artist". For her role, she had to pose semi-nude, for which she said she felt comfortable doing as it was "tasteful".[38] The episode also featured guest appearances from Kate Burton and opera singer Renée Fleming.[39]

    Rose McGowan guest starred as another kind of temptress in the episode "Bombshell". Baer said, "Rose plays a grifter named Cassandra who strikes swinging men who frequent sex clubs. And we're very excited to have her." Ryan Hurst also guest starred.[40]Elizabeth Mitchell, signed for a "horrifying" guest role in the episode "Totem". She guest starred alongside returning guest star Jeremy Irons, who appeared earlier in the season as Dr. Cap Jackson. Elizabeth played an unmarried piano teacher who was the last person to see one of her students alive. For the first time, the series dealt with a case in which a woman is suspected of sexually assaulting and murdering a child. Because of the rarity of this offense, Dr. Jackson is called in to consult with Benson and Stabler because he has studied women who have committed this type of crime.[41]

    Diane Neal, who portrayed ADA Casey Novak from the fifth season until the end of the ninth season, reprised her role for the episode "Reparations"[19] along with Law & Order: LA actor Terrence Howard, whose character (DDA Joe Dekker) comes to New York to defend his cousin. This episode was the second crossover-episode with Law & Order: LA of the season.[42]Lori Singer played Dede, a mother whose baby is kidnapped in the episode "Bang".[43]John Stamos guest starred in the same episode playing an adoption attorney with a secret passion.[18]Rita Wilson played Bree Mazelon, the protective mother of a teen (Sterling Beaumon) under investigation in the episode, "Delinquent".

    Episodes[edit]

    See also: List of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episodes

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    External links[edit]

    Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_%26_Order:_Special_Victims_Unit_(season_12)
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    "Bombshell"
    SVU, Episode 12.19
    Production number: 12019
    First aired: 23 March2011
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    Written By
    Daniel Truly

    Directed By
    Patrick Creadon

    Summary[]

    When an attempted murder takes place outside a swing club. Benson and Stabler must go undercover, but there are plot twists you can't dare to imagine.

    Plot[]

    A man is the victim of a knife attack, with the knife still protruding from the man's groin. The victim is identified as Jerry Bullard, who works for an aviation company which does government contract work in Afghanistan. The detectives first suspect Jerry was attacked because of his connections to the current conflict in the Middle East. Jane, his wife, says that he could have done nothing to raise anyone's ire. He's only worked on the actual nuts and bolts of spy planes.

    It turns out Jerry and Jane were frequent visitors to a swingers' club, so Benson and Stabler go undercover at the club as a couple. They meet Cassandra, a young woman with whom Jerry was infatuated. Cassandra had trouble with her jealous ex-boyfriend, Doug. He's threatened Jerry in the past.

    Jerry wakes from his coma and immediately accuses Jane of stabbing him. He claims she was jealous of his relationship with Cassandra. He was also taking their daughter's college fund and spending it all on Cassandra. It turns out Cassandra and Doug work together to con men out of money.

    Meanwhile, the detectives uncover evidence from a previous case involving Cassandra and Doug, where their DNA was sampled. The duo are actually brother and sister. According to Cassandra, they're twins sharing the same soul. The detectives arrest the pair, but Cassandra isn't worried, as Jerry already paid for Cassandra's lawyer, though not for Doug's. Jerry is completely smitten with Cassandra, as evidenced by his final gift to her. He bailed out Doug, only to stab him in the chest so that he and Cassandra could be together without Doug's interference. The episode ends with Cassandra weeping hysterically over her brother's corpse as the detectives and Jerry look on.

    Cast[]

    Main cast[]

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    References[]

    Quotes[]

    [during Doug and Cassandra's arraignment]
    Judge Andrews: Lot of charges here, Miss Hardwicke. I hope you aren't trying to substitute quantity for quality.
    Hardwicke: Your honor, the defendants are serial con artists who've defrauded countless victims.
    Seaver: Then why isn't the gallery overflowing with 'em?
    Hardwicke: [turns to Jerry in the gallery] One is seated right there. Jerry Bullard.
    Seaver: You mean the man who's willingly paying for my client's defense.
    Hardwicke: That's irrelevant.
    Judge Andrews: Mr. Shankman, wanna pipe in here on behalf of your client?
    Shankman: Yes. Yes. My client would like to plead not guilty, your honor.
    Seaver: As does mine.
    Hardwicke: And the People request remand for both defendants, who have displayed quite a talent for trickery, coercion, and threats. Both use aliases, both lack community ties, and both are an extreme flight risk.
    Seaver: Your honor, I don't know about this other suspect, but my client has no history of violence and has never been charged with a crime.
    Doug: Uh, me, neither. I've never even been fingerprinted.
    Judge Andrews: Sir, if you have something to say, you need to say it through counsel.
    Doug: [about his attorney] But he's not sayin' anything.
    Hardwicke: Your honor, in addition to the charges before you, the defendants are also suspects in an out-of-state murder. It would be irresponsible to allow them to go...
    Judge Andrews: Are you asking for an extradition hold?
    Hardwicke: Well, no. Special Victims collected the defendants' DNA and sent it to Miami PD. But we're still awaiting confirmation.
    Judge Andrews: Then you're tap-dancing while I should be at lunch. Bail will be set for each defendant at $250,000. Both will surrender their passports. [bangs gavel]

    Background information and notes[]

    • This is the last episode to have George Huang appear while being credited as a main cast member.
    • This marks the final appearance of Gillian Hardwicke.

    Episode scene cards[]

    1 2

    Bullard Residence
    463 West 74th Street
    Tuesday, March 15

    2 Stanton Street
    Tuesday, March 15

    3 4 5

    The Swing Set
    194 Chrystie Street
    Wednesday, March 16

    Mercy General Hospital
    Room of Jerry Bullard
    Friday, March 18

    Arraignment Court
    Part 34
    Saturday, March 19

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