In next week's SVU episode, a wrongfully accused convict may be freed after 16 years. Also, we will enjoy(?) the reappearance of several faves (and a non-fave). Namely: Tamara Tunie returns as queen/M.E. Warner! Guillermo Diaz most likely returns as that other wrongfully accused convict from that pretty moving Season 13 episode of the Bayard Ellis era, which surprisingly showed us that Benson had gotten a false confession (back when she was allowed to make mistakes). Wentworth Miller(!!!) is also on the guest list, and he better be reprising his role as that one randomly aggressive cop who told a victim to "park it" back in Season 11, or else! Lastly, SVU opposite-of-fave (but otherwise very talented) Michael Weston returns as Benson's brother Simon (lmao wut?), last seen when Nicole Beharie barely escaped his clutches. I don't know about you, but I'm kinda here for this mess.
ONTD, I'm here! I'm fine (a little tired and overworked, but fine!), I am, as always, about to fall asleep because these Friday posts are hard on me and I wish SVU were back on Wednesdays, but this time I actually watched last night's episode and I even enjoyed it! Did you watch? That ~Rollisi~ drama aside, what did you think about the multiple cases angle? And how are you finding the squad/character dynamics? I am starting to really like Kat, the new addition to the squad, and it was nice to see a more seasoned Carisi, acting both as a prosecutor and a cop. Fin also had some great moments, and Mariska was actually doing some good acting (it's been a while!), and the whole episode seemed to flow very well. Season 17 vibes, all around. And then there was messy Rollins, straight out of Season 15, making me miss Amaro. But we can't have it all. So! ONTD! I miss you, I love you, and I will actually try to reply to your comments in this post because I owe to you, after all these years of posts, and I owe it to myself ❤️