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17th Jan '16 11:23:46 AM nombretomado
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* One episode of ''LawAndOrderSVU'' goes like this: Benson and Stabler suspect a recently-released ex-con that Stabler put away some time back for a series of rapes. For the first half of the episode, Stabler hassles the guy while looking for evidence to connect the dots. Finally, the suspect is found dead of a heroin overdose - just as they get word of another rape and attempted murder which had been committed while the guy was a corpse. After Stabler angsts for a bit, the second half starts up with Fin Tutuola going to meet and informant who gives them a lead on the real culprit. It was only after several viewings that I realized the episode was a TakeThat against Stabler, and a {{Deconstruction}} of the show's own abuse of ItsPersonal. During the first half, Stabler does his typical RabidCop routine and fixates on this one guy he had a personal history with, convinced he must be their man. Meanwhile, Tutuola was offscreen, slowly cracking the case by ''doing his job''. - Tropers/BellosTheMighty
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* One episode of ''LawAndOrderSVU'' goes like this: Benson and Stabler suspect a recently-released ex-con that Stabler put away some time back for a series of rapes. For the first half of the episode, Stabler hassles the guy while looking for evidence to connect the dots. Finally, the suspect is found dead of a heroin overdose - just as they get word of another rape and attempted murder which had been committed while the guy was a corpse. After Stabler angsts for a bit, the second half starts up with Fin Tutuola going to meet and informant who gives them a lead on the real culprit. It was only after several viewings that I realized the episode was a TakeThat against Stabler, and a {{Deconstruction}} of the show's own abuse of ItsPersonal. During the first half, Stabler does his typical RabidCop routine and fixates on this one guy he had a personal history with, convinced he must be their man. Meanwhile, Tutuola was offscreen, slowly cracking the case by ''doing his job''. - Tropers/BellosTheMighty
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