Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Law & Order SVU “Bedtime” Recap & Review

- Isabelle Huppert is ready to join the ranks of renowned French actresses who have graced the "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit."

After the series executive producer Neal Baer, Huppert is expected to guest star in the NBC drama season finale as the mother of a kidnapped child. Huppert is one of the most-nominated actor ever in the French annual Cesar competition, comparable to the Oscars, and was head of the Cannes Film Festival Jury last year.

Maybe I have too much crime shows, but I knew exactly how it would end minutes, opened Susan Delzio her door and would not let detectives into his home. In fact, at a time, I found myself shouting out to the Benson and piles "Hey! Check Delzio had been a blonde!" And "Hello, Have you noticed that Delzio is a red thread in Cutler murder!" Etc.. etc. It was a shame that they let "Bedtime Butcher" story get resolved too early because it was very interesting, and then show spiral into an almost humorous, "excessive" tone after Butcher was nabbed. I also believe that airing SVU to 10 pm means that now they can view the scenes that Benson "boob grab" that may have offended delicate eyes at 9 pm.

The series is not snubbing American actors. The incident on Wednesday evening includes a quartet as guest stars: Ann-Margaret, Jaclyn Smith, Morgan Fairchild and Susan Anton.

28 April, Sharon Stone begins a four-episode arc in which she plays an assistant district attorney, who once worked with New York police detective Elliot Stacker, played by Christopher Meloni Star series.

"She has been fantastic," Baer said of Stone. "She is very detail-oriented, based on what clothes should be to ensure that everything that a DA would say."
"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," which also stars Mariska Hargitay, airs Wednesday 10 EDT and repeats at 10 EDT Saturday.

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