"Law & Order: SVU" is known for its penchant for tongue-in-cheek lines, but this one from the Wednesday, Nov. 20 episode of "SVU," "Rapist Anonymous," may take the cake for the most "SVU"-est line of "SVU" ever. It started with M.E. Warner (Tamara Tunie) explaining that the man who fell off a roof wasn’t alone because his pants were unzipped, he had saliva on his penis and had a large amount of ejaculate in his urethra.
"Law & Order: SVU" said farewell to John Munch (Richard Belzer) on the Wednesday, Oct. 16 episode. The character is retiring and going off to work as an investigator with the district attorney’s office, so we haven’t seen the last of him.
Long story short: Once upon a time Barry Levinson heard me on the “Howard Stern Show” and brought me in to audition for a role on “Homicide: Life On The Street.” He cast me as Detective John Munch! Now after 21 (record setting) years, Munch has lived over 500 hours of programming and appearances on 10 different shows.
Read Belzer’s goodbye to Munch and “SVU.” Have tissues handy.
The wait is almost over for “Law & Order: SVU” fans anxious to discover the fate of Detective Olivia Benson in the “SVU” Season 15 premiere, titled “Surrender Benson.” In the exclusive preview above, Benson (Mariska Hargitay) is bound and bruised, but the fight hasn’t left the fearless detective.
Exclusive “SVU” preview! I’ve seen the episode. It is INTENSE.