gesundheit January 16, 2022 Share January 16, 2022 5 hours ago, dttruman said: I can agree with these comments, but what I don't think or don't understand is how a kid of 8 years old decides if he is gay, straight, or bi. Maybe in another 6-8 years. Most 8-year-olds love deciding things about who they are, it gives them a sense of control of their own identities. I actually liked that Olivia didn't press him about it or ask questions -- he could say something quite different next week, so it's usually better just to listen and not inquire so much that the kid feels like they have to stick to it even if they start to wonder if they're something else. Seemed pretty normal to me, other than the PSA dialogue about "his truth," but then again a lot of little kids parrot things they hear that sound nice. People love to talk about "their truth" on social media, he has certainly seen that. 2 hours ago, Xeliou66 said: I wouldn’t be shocked if the writers brought him back as a perp since they love Benson/Noah drama. It made me laugh that the bully’s name was Hudson, since we all know about the cesspool that is Hudson University and all the cases SVU have dealt with there. I wonder if that was an inside joke on the writers part. Oh yeah, there's no way they named that kid Hudson for just a one-off. The crimes on this show that don't take place at Hudson University quite frequently take place in the middle of the Hudson River, address-wise. I liked the main story in this episode, outside of Olivia talking down Carlos. I did want someone to ask the vigilantes why they have different rules for different child molesters. I doubt they'd all of a sudden feel mercy for the main child molester if they found out he'd been a victim as a child, which he probably was. 6 Link to comment
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