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'Law & Order: SVU' Recap: Mind Games

This week on Law & Order: SVU , an ex-star quarterback is arrested for soliciting a 14-year-old prostitute as part of a sting operation. But the case isn't black and white, as the aging athlete's mental state is brought into question after constant hits and injuries from playing football. //www.buddytv.com/articles/law-and-order-svu/law-order-svu-recap-mind-games-43049.aspx

Law & Order: SVU Review: Sundowning In The City

Tackling a current sports medical issue, " Spiraling Down " displayed the devastating affects of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The episode, although a bit uneven and lacking in suspense, made good use of its guest star, Treat Williams, to bring to life the tragic downside of a sports career. SVU has dedicated many episodes to exploring the issue of personal responsibility. A long list of defense attorneys have argued environmental and medical factors that seem to exonerate the defendants from any wrongdoing. While the detectives (and sometimes the juries) have been slightly swayed by these arguments, the show usually places most of the accountability on the individual and the choices he/she makes. Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2011/12/law-and-order-svu-review-sundowning-in-the-city/

Law and Order: SVU “Spiraling Down” Review

I have to admit,  Law and Order: SVU  got to me this week. "Spiraling Down" caught me up and held me, fascinated and even a bit tearful…until the very last second. Then, like a fumbled play , they dropped me. We started off with a teenage prostitute, who I thought would be the source  of the term "spiraling down," considering that before the opening credits even rolled she went from innocent school girl to girlfriend to hooker. New York, New York…it’s a heck of a town. Read More... //www.daemonstv.com/2011/12/08/law-and-order-svu-spiraling-down-review/