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[S10E8] The First Investigation

The tenth season introduced writer Daniel Truly to SVU. He became a vocal correspondent about the production and was the first to comment on the appropriateness of Ice-T's casting in the show given the alleged misogyny in his music.[1] Truly was used to programs that included frequent meetings with other writers and said "In some ways it's slightly lonelier" on SVU.[2]

[S10E8] The First Investigation

A later episode "Hell" condemned the activities of the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda. Executive producer Neal Baer collaborated with the Enough Project to portray child soldiers truthfully and called the episode part of a "continuing commitment to bring the audience stories that resonate with timely social issues."[6] The filming of "Hell" marked the first on-location use of the United Nations building in a television episode.[7]

The fourth episode "Lunacy" was the first filmed in the season and starred James Brolin as an astronaut who used to be one of Stabler's role models. Kristina Klebe played an astronaut who is murdered and Chris Elliott played an enthusiast who follows them around. Christopher Meloni, who stars as Elliot Stabler, joked "Could there be a more confusing actor to have on this show than someone named Chris Elliott?"[17] The following episode "Retro" which criticized the AIDS denialism movement previously had a working title of "Deniers".[18] It was advertised as being "a big Tamara Tunie episode."[19] Tunie was asked about Martin Mull's character in an interview. She answered "What's frightening is that his argument can sound sane. And Martin is smart enough to make one pause."[20] The sixth episode "Babes" starred actor and singer Jesse McCartney as a chastity advocate. He commented that the role took him into new territory, saying "I play a murder suspect, a super-Catholic conservative white boy. It's definitely a stretch and a leap. It's an emotional role."[21]

A tourist is found dead in Central Park with the word "guilty" written across her forehead. With the help of CSU technician Dale Stuckey, Benson and Stabler discover that a deranged former artist (Nick Stahl) was at the park during the crime. They arrest him, but are unable to make the charges stick due to a clerical error by Stuckey. Munch and Tutuola attempt to follow the prime suspect to Coney Island and discover another dead body after losing the suspect. At first, they assume that their mark escaped and committed the murder, however subsequent murders and attacks tell them that something much more sinister is going on.

On July 21, 2016, lead writer Kent Osborne posted an image on Twitter which suggested that Adventure Time had been renewed for another season.[5] At the time, the season was intended to be the show's ninth.[5][6] The season divisions were later rearranged by Cartoon Network,[7] and "The Wild Hunt" became the first episode of season ten.[8][9] According to series showrunner Adam Muto, the number of episodes ordered by the network as part of the season was substantially lower than it had been, leading the production crew to think "that if this wasn't the end, it was coming up soon."[10] This season's episodes were produced similarly to those of previous seasons. Each episode began as simple two-to-three-page outline with necessary plot information.[11] The rough outline was given to storyboard artists, who expanded it into a full storyboard.[12] The episodes were designed and colored at Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank, California, and animated in South Korea by Rough Draft Korea and Saerom Animation.[13][14][15]

Much like the sixth,[60] seventh,[61] eighth,[62] and ninth seasons,[63] the tenth season of Adventure Time featured several episode "bombs" in which several episodes premiered over a relatively-short time. The first occurred on September 17, 2017, when "The Wild Hunt", "Always BMO Closing", "Son of Rap Bear", and "Bonnibel Bubblegum" aired.[64] The second was December 17, 2017 when "Seventeen", "Ring of Fire", "Marcy and Hunson" and "The First Investigation" aired.[65] The third was March 18, 2018, when "Blenanas", "Jake the Starchild", "Temple of Mars", and "Gumbaldia" aired.[66]

During this season, Entertainment Weekly named Adventure Time the tenth-best series of 2018: "All the episodes [that aired in 2018] shined with Adventure Time's eccentric trademarks: sweet fairy-tale logic, twisted dark humor, full-blown cosmic adventure, an ability to create and puncture myths in under 11 minutes."[71] Entertainment Weekly argued that the finale was one of the "Best TV episodes of 2018", writing: "'Come Along with Me' is equal parts silly and sad, with music playing a major role. In other words, it's everything we loved about Adventure Time."[72] At the 70th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards in July 2018, "Ring of Fire" was nominated for a Primetime Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Short-format Animated Program.[73] At the 71st Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, "Come Along with Me" was nominated for a Primetime Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program,[74] making it the series' first nomination in this category.

Truth & Justice is a true crowdsourced investigation in real time. Host, Bob Ruff, asks listeners to help with investigations as he takes on a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. The subject of Season 12 is a grizzly 2006 triple homicide, that occurred in Pinyon Pines, California. Three innocent people lost their lives, and many believe that Robert Pape and Cristin Smith were wrongfully convicted of the murders. Join the investigation, and together we'll find the truth!

This week is all about getting to know Jennifer. Back in February Bob flew to Texas and met Jennifer's family. This week you'll hear her mother Jacquie explain what Jenn was like as a child and why they had to move to Houston. Then Bob shares his first interview with Jennifer, where he first got to know her.

After Burgess and the team solved the gruesome serial killer case, she helped Upton with a lead on the ongoing Sean O'Neal trafficking investigation. It led them to O'Neal's Wisconsin cabin, where they dig up human remains. It's a chilling cliffhanger, especially considering we'll have to wait until Wednesday, December 7 for the follow-up episode.

Blank-Eyed Girl could be the scariest episode of Adventure Time. Although there are some minor rethink-ers like the inherent fear of Snow Golem over Finn suggesting trauma, there are other more ruthless episodes like All Your Fault, and Mortal Folly, introducing Lich the first time. [1]

When a fight at a Charlotte nightclub escalates to gunfire, an innocent bystander is killed in the crossfire. Detective Terry Brandon and his team are forced to pit brother against brother to solve the murder. And in Harris County, Deputy Dennis Wolfford responds to the shooting of a young man at an apartment complex. The investigation takes a turn when he realizes the key to cracking the case is in the 9-1-1 calls.

In Miami, Det. Frank Sanchez responds to the murder of a retired Miami Police captain, shot in broad daylight at a marina on the Miami River. When initial leads run dry, Miami PD launches a massive investigation, tracking the alleged killer all the way to New Jersey.

When Benson and Stabler visit her at her home to confront her about her lie, she apologizes but before she can say any more, her husband comes home early. They instantly suspect Brent for beating and raping Mia and say they're investigating a string of burglaries. They question the Latimer's basement tenants, the Malcolms. While the husband Jonah knows exactly what's going on, Linnie denies anything's wrong until pressed. Since Brent owns their apartment, Linnie is hesitant to help the detectives further with their investigations. However, when Mia reminds her of a friend who also suffered domestic abuse, Benson tells her how hard it is for victims to save themselves and asks whether or not Linnie helped her friend (which she didn't). They manage to have Mia admit to how Brent controls, beats, and raped her and she finally presses charges.

However, the next day, Mia has completely recanted her statement. Though Linnie is now unsympathetic, Olivia decides to stay in an unused stairway just in case. When she hears fighting, she breaks into the apartment too late, as Brent has stabbed Mia in the chest. Brent insists she struck first but Benson cuffs him before rushing to Mia, who bleeds to death before she or Linnie can call for help. Linnie blames Olivia for aggravating the tensions between the couple but Cragen says she did all that she could have done. After a suspect kit rules out Mia having attacked Brent, he's found guilty of murder and rape and will most certainly receive life imprisonment. While gathering evidence against him, O'Halloran has also found evidence that could help solve a cold case; the murder of Vincent Cresswell, by his wife Caroline Cresswell. Shockingly, the photo of Caroline is that of a younger Linnie Malcolm.

Linnie is found not guilty of murder, but guilty of the escape. To Linnie and Benson's surprise, Donnelly announces that at sentencing she plans to ask for probation which the judge says she agrees with too. Benson tells Linnie that because of this, Linnie will likely be a free woman in just a few weeks. Donnelly tells Linnie that she changed her mind because Linnie reminded her of why she wanted to be a lawyer in the first place, to help the victims of crimes. Linnie's husband Jonah is happy for her, but can't forgive her as he wanted children and grandchildren and Linnie deprived him of that (she got the abortion after they got together) and he leaves her, leaving her devastated.

After a decade of searching, Rick, Marty, and the team return to Oak Island and immediately uncover evidence of a mysterious tunnel in the Money Pit. And for the first time ever, the Fellowship gets a clear look at an underground structure, getting them closer than ever to solving the 227-year-old mystery. 041b061a72


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