Captain: You’re going to have to start working with other detectives, alright? Let him go. And you can start by packing up his desk. We can’t keep it as a shrine.
CALVIN!!!! aww yaaaa!
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Michael Ausiello, you better not be screwing around with me.
What do you hate most about your job?
“The rapists. Sex trafficking. Crimes against children, that’s the stuff that bothers me the most. I like that I can walk to work.”
If Mariska won’t be filming season 14 and if Chris is not busy next season, they should both compete on Dancing with the Stars. Fans can make anything happen so how do we make this happen? I know that many people have been talking about it every season of DWTS. So, what? Are we just going to talk about it or are we going to try to make it happen?
LET’S DO IT!!!!
Law & Order:SVU Season 13 Promo
(Season Premiere is this week on Wed. Sept 21,2011 @ 10p.m.)
“Three things stood out in the survivors’ stories I was reading. The first and most obvious was pain. I was struck again and again by the depth of the betrayal these women had suffered, by how devastating, perverse, wrong, and brutal sexual violence is. Though I encountered a broad spectrum among the responses survivors had to what happened to them, taken together, the letters created a landscape of intense suffering. The second theme in the letters was isolation. The word “alone” appeared again and again. Whether a survivor was writing from a farm community in Virginia or from Midtown Manhattan, whether a survivor lived in a single-parent household off the coast of Maine or she was surrounded by three generations of her extended family on a reservation in South Dakota, she was alone. She could have no one around her or everyone around her; it didn’t matter. She was isolated in the shame of what had happened to her and in the fear of the consequences of speaking out. And lastly, I read about courage. Actually, I was holding it in my hands, because the act of reaching out for help and breaking the silence that imprisons so many survivors is an act of utmost courage. I obviously had my role to play on television, but I knew I wanted to play a role in healing survivors’ PAIN, ending their ISOLATION, and honoring their COURAGE. I started the Joyful Heart Foundation in 2004. Our mission is to heal, educate and empower survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse, and to shed light into the darkness that surrounds these issues. More than 4000 survivors have participated in our retreat and wellness programs, we have reached thousands more through life saving referrals on our website, and our participation in national educational and media awareness campaigns has planted the seeds of a changed awareness in the lives of millions. I have seen survivors find their way back to lives of possibility, hope, and joy, and I am proud to be part of a movement that will change the way we respond to these epidemics.”
SVU SNEAK PEAK. BRB DYING.
For anyone feeling low about the upcoming Stabler-less season (like myself), take a look at this. It’s a bit of an svu pick-me-up!
Olivia hasn’t heard from Elliot or spoken to him. WHAT. A. DICK. still love him though….
It’s so sad not seeing Elliot =(
Law & Order: SVU - Fault
I’m sorry but just look at their faces. The absolute love and fear you see on them both. This is one of my favorite Elliot/Olivia scenes. It captures the pure love and emotional connection of the two. Just excuse me while I die.
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