He tells her she needs to make this right. Carisi tells them he is opening an investigation. I thought Benson knew about her step-brother abducting the kids, but didn't turn him in. If you don't want to be bullied, than you be the bully. In court, Mia takes the stand. Like Corvino said, I don't think Mia was a bad person who did something malicious, but she did do a very bad thing, and it would have been nice to see some acknowledgment of that on the parts of our protagonists.
It portrays them as thinking they are above the law. Of course, this is Hudson, where standards seem to be pretty low. I'm not really going to recap this episode. There was a lot of Fin and Munch who were out in the field over Olivia who loves to lead the charge! They leave out part of the story. Ethan: What does it matter? But from a character and necessity standpoint, what the heck?? They work for completely different and separate agencies. I never meant for it to get this far. I often wonder too, if Benson was a male, whether people would be concerned so much about how the show revolves around her.
I don't think too many watchers accepted that, except for the hardcore fans of the show. Anyone in his position would surely be aware of what has happened on college campuses over the years — and decades — and Benson did not need to explain this to him. I have a feeling Rollins is going to be the major thorn in Peter's side for awhile. Sure, the truth can come out but if the evidence is bad, the case is lost and the victim never gets the satisfaction of seeing justice served, causing further trauma to the victim. Carisi: I think he's a danger to the victim who. Carisi tells her she should never blame herself.
Melinda Warner, who helps the detectives get the evidence they need from the bodies they find. You can tell by the way their shirts lie on them, they make it pretty obvious with wardrobe. I still can't believe Carisi was on the witness stand! The original used quite a few different college names Manhattan University, Amsterdam College, Kensington, Hudson U, and Stuyvesant College are all ones I remember although as the years went on they seemed to stick with Hudson more and more. I think, realistically, there would have been consequences for Carisi and for Benson, for even allowing that mishigas to happen. Angry, he has an outburst and threatens Mia. She is supposed to be investigating crimes and keeping objective but she makes it emotional. He was guilty of it, but Benson got him off, because of extenuating circumstances.
Simple answer, the defence would have definitely put him there to quite correctly portray this prosecution as a family member abusing their authority. I also ask the writers not to try to put her and Stone in a relationship. I fell hard for Barba though; something just clicked for me over him. I'd rather see good writing than consistent writing in this area and if we can keep going in this direction with only occasional relapses I can live with it even if they don't acknowledge that she doesn't always practice what she preaches. I feel that if this were real life, it's highly likely that as soon as Carisi admitted under oath that his niece's first allegations had been fabricated, not to mention his willingness to cover up the truth , that definitely would have been the end of the case against Ethan, and quite possibly the end of Greasy Carisi with the Crisco in his hair.
Don't forget to give us a thumbs up and a comment to help us bring you more content in future. What's with the color commentary by the silky-voiced woman??? I don't recall Tompkins Square University, but there is a Tompkins Square Park. I wish the writers would not write him with such obvious pickup lines; it's like being in a bar on Friday night. They take him into the precinct. While it does annoy me slightly, it is still such a rare thing to have a woman the central part of a tv show. Special victims are not all sex crime victims.
I suspect that either way there is a problem or realism and suspension of disbelief. Carisi should have known better and it never ceases to amaze me how these characters can throw their judgement out the window at the drop of a hat when a family member is involved. Abbie Carmichael: We have the Splatter games, the violent behavior, the illegal weapons, but there's no way to get it in. Either that so many high profile crimes take place at one or two schools or that there are so many institutions of higher learning in one precinct, or even in Manhattan given that they also mention a number of real world schools more positively or at least relatively - they did pretty much slag off Columbia athletics. He asks if Mia also says he raped her. We go to trial so she can be heard. You'll get more believable plots and characters.