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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit [entries Current fandom opinion on Graylek www.cursuri-germana.info Created by Emmy Award-winning producer Dick Wolf, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” now in its 19th season, is the longest-running primetime drama currently on. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, the first spinoff of Law & Order, is an American police procedural television series that focuses on crimes of sexual nature.
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Special Victims Unit ] [ userinfo livejournal userinfo ] [ archive journal archive ] Current fandom opinion on Graylek [Oct. However, I wish to gauge the measure of said negativity, so I'm going to conduct a poll, of sorts.

The question is simple: Cite your reasons e. Of course, be as honest as you care to be. This is only side research for my benefit, so no worries if you don't want to play. For those that do, thank you. I'll be cross-posting this in other LJ communities, just to warn you and your F-Lists.

Log in No account? You're not alone in that the Novak dismissal left a bitter taste in the fandom's mouth and rightfully so. But, blame the writers, not on the characters. Well, the current wisdom has her compared to Alex, but I won't outrule. Yeah, she does look young, but I wouldn't hold that against her, too much. Reply Parent Thread Expand.

I'm still reserving judgment, as we haven't actually seen all that much of her yet. Nevertheless, I'm actually leaning towards liking her. She's really bad-ass about coming down hard on perps, and unlike Novak, she seems to have the smarts and legal background to follow through. It actually reminds me a bit of Alex, though I'm still waiting for Graylek to really bend the law by arguing to the advantage of the victims.

I also like that she seems out to change public policy to come down harder on the perps. She really hasn't interacted much with the victims, yet, which is also another large part of how well I like any character on this show. Now have we seen her in court much as a prosecutor for the victims, which will colour how much I like her as an A. So we'll have to see about that. Well, she actually is enthusiastic for arrests, which always bugged me on the spinoff lawyers always searching for loopholes.

And, yes, there is an Alex parallel manner of introduction, the initial attitude. So, there are some positives with her. Didn't she interact with victims in Confession's teaser? Yes, it's a definite wait-and-see. I don't like the character. She seems a badly written Novak clone. TPTB would have done better to make her much farther removed from Novak; I think putting a politically and morally conservative character in the ADA position would have worked much better and created new, interesting plotlines.

And yes, the shallow, selfish part of me misses Diane Neal in the role. Funny you mention on a conservative platform, as I wrote an interesting post on "could Graylek be a Republican? The more I think of it, I do see a parallel with Abbie Carmichael forceful approach, although, Abbie's charm and sarcasm compensated for it.

Plus, her experience, which is also Graylek's shtick. Unfortunately, you have to make the character likeable, and that's on the writers hasn't succeeded, so far.

As long as you admit you miss Diane Neal, that's fine with me. I have two essays I'll share with you over similar concerns, but you perfectly summed up my issue: Which is why I won't attach to Graylek, but I still want to give her a fair shake.

And, indeed, that's why people loved Abbie, Casey and Alex, as they were lovable and likeable ballbusters. Oh, it's always the writers talking out of their asses -- never forget that. Plus, the same thing with Casey happened with Jack McCoy, and he had support.

So, the series could have been less cruel with her, since she did the same thing, plus we know her true motives. As I've noted with the "Casey got disbarred" line, they seem to forget the power of dramatic irony.

Because a line like that only serves to piss people off so soon after said character left, anyway. You actually researched on the legal side of things? I'd love to see your notes, and I'd love to clear that matter up, as I didn't think she crossed the line, either. People hated Novak at first too. Although Cabot was still better, so right now it looks like SVU's on a downward slope. I haven't seen enough of her to really have an opinion.

Her acting came off stiff in the last episode, but I also thought the last episode was horrible. Except maybe Munch, and that's just because he didn't do anything. On a superficial note: I don't really buy her as an ADA. When I see her on screen, I just think it's Barbie Girl playing dressing up. I can't really account for that because March was probably more Barbie-like physically, and she and Neal were both only 26 when they first started.

I don't know if it's OTH, her hair and makeup, or simply because I was younger in and so people on screen looked older Right, plus the season, so far, isn't impressive, at all.

I didn't see Retro, but from the commentary, I'm becoming grateful I haven't. The actress can only work with the material presented which I wish the some of the critics would get.

And right on the youthful appearance, as I was a tad skeptical, there, myself. When I knew of McManus' age, it compelled me to do research. For the record, the youngest A. I'm going to reserve judgment on her. I haven't liked her so far, but I think part of the reason for that is that we haven't been given any reason to like her yet. She's been overbearing and unsympathetic.

We haven't seen her "human side" yet. She could turn out to be a lot like Carmichael on the original show in the sense that we don't see that soft side of her that often.

But Novak was like that early on, and then we all got to know her and she was a lot more likeable. Your parallel on Carmichael actually jogged my memory a bit.

Well, with Carmichael, she was interesting for the get-go, therefore, viewers had a reason to be engaged until the writers wrote "Punk" 8 episodes into her first season.

Besides, after "Cherished"'s final scene and her cutely slapping Jack's hand, you knew there had to be more with her, there. Then, of course, "Refuge" sealed it by season's end -- great stuff. However, she then reminded me of her archetype, Jack McCoy since I view her as the younger version of him. When he was first introduced, you weren't supposed to truly like him just be in awe of his badass-ness , as he was the anti-Ben Stone.

It was until two full seasons later with "Aftershock," that people could have reason to empathize with him. Those two seasons, I refer to him as "Jerkass" Jack. So, with Graylek, it could be intentional, then pull them in with genuine emotion. And given what I've seen with Graylek, I'm definitely catching an Abbie pattern. More so as you pointed out with her hiding her true self, which is what I hope this is.

As superficial as it is, I simply hate the way she talks, her voice. And her facial expressions, AHH. She's seriously like that emoticon people use I haven't checked her facial expressions in depth, but her overall body language seems to be rather projecting, I think broadening shoulders, completely stiff spine and the like.

And I think that may be on McManus or Graylek, as I don't know if body gestures are scripted , as part of her presentation. I'm not sure whether I'll like her or not as yet. As yet I'm not overly impressed but am reserving judgement. A couple of comments: An older woman or POC or something, please. Alex was the only one I thought was interesting to watch and whose interactions with other characters I enjoyed a lot. She was just a constant irritant which, given that I watch SVU constantly on repeat and have been a fan since the beginning, has always bemused me.

I quite liked Lake even though the actor was clearly terrible, for goodness sake. That Casey did nothing for me for 6 or so years is amazing, and doesn't speak well of the character to me as I'm generally very opinionated note: So anyway, I'm very glad to be rid of Casey.

They keep recycling it and I think the cast needs something different. Special Victims Unit [. Current fandom opinion on Graylek.

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