How do you sugarcoat that? I really enjoy watching Raúl because he is so physically expressive. He admits to still having nightmares. When the investigation takes an unexpected turn for Maddie, she is forced to come to terms with the fact that her life doesn't stand a chance from ever coming back from what happened to her. Interesting that some comments refer to racial stereotyping. Benson says Amaro has no interest in protecting his father and he is not trying to fix this. Benson tells Fin and Carisi to get a timeline, witness statements, cell phone pics and any video footage from that party. Even when she makes mistakes, she is going to hit.
An autopsy shows that Ellie was gang raped, tortured and set on fire. More recently, Amaro has displayed anger issues in the course of doing his job and in his marriage. Amaro and Rollins are going home from a party celebrating Benson's passing the sergeant's exam. The acting was on par with other episodes, which is usually very good. The only good thing is Barba and Fin. I'm only here to help. Two, I don't see why it is okay for Barba's race to be an issue, but not his sexuality.
Nicolas states no, he is not going to call his son a liar, he has his issues. The success of the procedural drama is, no doubt, based on the strength of the cast, both former and current. He says his rank is Detective Second Grade. Her actions, though questionable okay, illegal , may be how far members of this elite squad will go for each other. Otherwise, everyone's family hates them and I am filled with dread every time a family character is announced simply because I know it means more angst. He's resolved to make that happen.
It wasn't entirely clear why the jury decided Amaro Senior was not guilty but I assume lack of an eyewitness to the assault and perhaps their belief that Amaro Junior had an axe to grind against his father influenced their decision. For Adblock Plus on Firefox: Click the AdBlock Plus button on your browser and select Disable on Observer. Will we see any of those consequences play out over the rest of the season? Nicolas introduces himself to Carisi. Amaro and Liv go outside to find the brother and several other young black men. Going against the advice of Cragen, Amaro goes before the Grand Jury, so they can hear his side of the events.
Luis ran downstairs and saw Gabriella all bloody. He and his wife have recently split up, Maria having moved to L. Amaro feels like he can keep all these balls in the air and that first ball that fell was shooting this teenager and after that, he lost his focus. She adds it was just the two of them, then changes it to three. The writers painted themselves in a corner a long time ago when they made Amaro a stereotypical Latino guy with anger issues.
Chris, you are totally right re: stereotyping. I see no value in his character. But when she resists, he insists and she asks him not to yell. Tucker states he believes him. Nick tells Munch that none of this would have happened if he had gone with his wife, who is taking his daughter and moving to California. Fin, Rollins and Benson all verify Amaro's version of events.
Zara says she has a new dress for the wedding and is a flower girl, and Amaro asks his mother to take Zara to help Zara put the dress on so he can see it. Pino: I think that there are breadcrumbs. Benson says Gabriella made the outcry to him and is the only one that can testify this is part of a pattern. Amaro quickly states he did not pressure the victim. A police officer doesn't always reconcile with his demons. Amaro is surprised his sister is there, arriving with his daughter Zara, which thrills Amaro. In which Barba pines, Benson puts on her best dress, and Carisi and Rollins watch from the sidelines with popcorn.
Will the viewers be able to figure out how long this has been going on or get more information about their relationship in the last two episodes of the season? The one thing we can count on with Amaro: he is not afraid to say what is on his mind. She has problems with Stabler's rage issues? And these variations always occur in the course of the season. Armand Assante as Ernesto Amaro, Danny Pino as Detective Nick Amaro. That has certainly caused a stress at work. She asks how is the wine here, and he suggests the bourbon. She's given a romantic interest? Amaro, staring straight ahead, replies he did not tell her to back off that story, not in Spanish, not in English. Want stories like these delivered straight to your phone? Looking back did you see pieces of where it could have led to this? Someone falls to the ground right next to the table.