History Funny / LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit

10th Apr '17 1:14:14 PM CosmicFerret
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-->'''Munch''': Miss Weber was told to disrobe, put her feet up in stirrups, and picture David Hasslehoff from ''{{Baywatch}}''.

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-->'''Munch''': Miss Weber was told to disrobe, put her feet up in stirrups, and picture David Hasslehoff from ''{{Baywatch}}''.''Series/{{Baywatch}}''.
18th Feb '17 5:37:27 PM BlindJustice-2515
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* Benson and Stabler try interrogating Ray-Ray, a schizophrenic TalkativeLoon. While his condition is not portrayed as funny, it's hard not to laugh at the sheer incoherency of his world salad and the detectives' bewilderment. While they're talking to the psychiatrist, Ray-Ray interrupts from inside the other room with, "Hello? Uh, I can't find my head!"

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* Benson and Stabler try interrogating Ray-Ray, a schizophrenic TalkativeLoon. While his condition is not portrayed as funny, it's hard not to laugh at the sheer incoherency of his world word salad and the detectives' bewilderment. While they're talking to the psychiatrist, Ray-Ray interrupts from inside the other room with, "Hello? Uh, I can't find my head!"
18th Feb '17 5:08:46 PM BlindJustice-2515
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* In an episode involving stolen embryos, Munch gets a moment of dark humor when he says he has a description of one of the victims and asks if he should put an APB on it, holding up a picture of an embryo.
* Benson and Stabler explaining to Cragen why they're having trouble interrogating Ray-Ray, a schizophrenic who speaks in complete WordSalad and then Ray-Ray interrupts with "Hello? I can't find my head!"

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* In an episode involving stolen embryos, Munch gets a moment of dark humor humour when he says he has a description of one of the victims and asks if he should put an APB on it, holding up a picture of an embryo.
* Benson and Stabler explaining to Cragen why they're having trouble try interrogating Ray-Ray, a schizophrenic who speaks in complete WordSalad TalkativeLoon. While his condition is not portrayed as funny, it's hard not to laugh at the sheer incoherency of his world salad and then the detectives' bewilderment. While they're talking to the psychiatrist, Ray-Ray interrupts with from inside the other room with, "Hello? Uh, I can't find my head!"
2nd Feb '17 1:13:59 PM RoseAndHeather
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-->'''Benson''': Were you on your ''yacht?''

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-->'''Benson''': Were you Where were you, on your ''yacht?''
1st Feb '17 8:35:21 PM RoseAndHeather
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-->'''Barba''': ...Not ''my'' yacht.

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-->'''Barba''': ...Not ''my'' yacht.yacht.
* Another Barba-and-Benson gem, this one from "Agent Provocateur"; Barba and Olivia are less than impressed with a witness who didn't show up to testify in front of a grand jury.
-->'''Barba''': [''crossly''] Guess who didn't show?? I just spent the past two hours with 23 grand jurors playing Sudoku.
-->'''Benson''': It's Friday. How about we pick him up at the end of the day?
-->'''Barba''': [''starting to grin''] So he can't get processed until Monday and has to spend a weekend at The Tombs? [''gloating''] Motherhood has really changed you, Liv. Brought out your sweet side. [''abruptly all business''] Do it.
-->'''Benson''': [''sing-song''] Thank you!
29th Jan '17 2:09:15 PM RoseAndHeather
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* "Assaulting Reality": When a tacky reality show is being played at a bar, Benson comments, "Who actually watches this?" Cut to Rollins and Carisi watching it at home.

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* "Assaulting Reality": When a tacky reality show is being played at a bar, Benson comments, "Who actually watches this?" Cut to Rollins and Carisi watching it at home.home.
* Barba, recalled from vacation, strides into the precinct wearing some... ''interesting'' garb:
-->'''Benson''': Were you on your ''yacht?''
-->'''Barba''': ...Not ''my'' yacht.
26th Jan '17 7:09:16 PM RoseAndHeather
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* Barba holding Noah for the first time in "December Solstice".

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* Barba holding Noah for the first time in "December Solstice". He has ''no idea'' what he's doing, and the baffled, awkward look on his face is just priceless.
14th Sep '16 12:20:40 PM YourKennection
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** Doubly hilarious when you realize it's Wrestling/Goldberg, wrestling's answer to the OneManArmy. A fire extinguisher probably ''would'' feel like a love tap to someone who's taken steel chair shots for years, not to mention the opening scene looked like one of Goldberg's "days at the office" in WCW.
8th Sep '16 3:21:05 PM weirdfantasy
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-->'''Fin''': That's the same old crap he says every day, only louder.

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-->'''Fin''': --->'''Fin''': That's the same old crap he says every day, only louder.louder.
*** Fin's lead-in to this, a summation of what the "Street Cleaners" are looking for, is equally hilarious.
--->'''Fin''': So we just introduce them to the filthiest, laziest bum they've ever seen.
--->''(GilliganCut to Munch ranting like crazy in the streets)''
18th Aug '16 12:40:23 PM KeithM
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* "Assaulting Reality": When a tacky reality show is being played at a bar, Benson comments, "Who actually watches this?" Cut to Rollins and Carisi watching it at home.
* In the episode "Manhunt", Cabot is trying to get a serial killer who fled to Canada extradited back to New York. The defense argues that the extradition shouldn't be allowed as the defendant would be facing a possible death penalty--which Canada is opposed to--due to the horrific nature of his crimes. When the judge asks if that wouldn't make Canada a haven for fleeing American murderers, the defense attorney says the judge shouldn't consider hypothetical situations that may result from the ruling. Cabot then states they don't want to extradite him for murder...they're want him for ''the car theft and kidnapping'' he committed to get the vehicle he drove into Canada, and those aren't capital crimes in New York State. When the defense immediately starts protesting that they'll just arrest him for the murders when he's back in the US, the judge is almost grinning when he replies that he shouldn't consider hypothetical situations that could result from his ruling and grants the extradition.

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* "Assaulting Reality": When a tacky reality show is being played at a bar, Benson comments, "Who actually watches this?" Cut to Rollins and Carisi watching it at home.
* In the episode "Manhunt", Cabot is trying to get a serial killer who fled to Canada extradited back to New York. The defense argues that the extradition shouldn't be allowed as the defendant would be facing a possible death penalty--which Canada is opposed to--due to the horrific nature of his crimes. When the judge asks if that wouldn't make Canada a haven for fleeing American murderers, the defense attorney says the judge shouldn't consider hypothetical situations that may result from the ruling. Cabot then states they don't want to extradite him for murder...they're want him for ''the car theft and kidnapping'' he committed to get the vehicle he drove into Canada, and those aren't capital crimes in New York State. When the defense immediately starts protesting that they'll just arrest him for the murders when he's back in the US, the judge is almost grinning when he replies that he shouldn't consider hypothetical situations that could result from his ruling and grants the extradition.
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