Law & Order SVU: Choreographed
As for the episode, I think it was a strong one. The supporting characters/guest stars had pretty great roles that were filled by pretty great actors. Chris Sarandon (aka, The Six-Fingered Man Prince Humperdink- thanks, Meg!) did a great job playing a cold, selfish choreographer. His wife was killed and he basically didn't care. That makes him a great suspect, but it turns out he's just a really bad person who isn't capable of murder, just adultery.
It was Bob Saget who stole the show. He has already broken away from his goofy, Full House/America's Funniest Home Videos characters. But the character he played on SVU was pathetic... and sick. He was his own science fiction movie where the scientists create robots (or iPods) that take over the world. I would've liked to have seen a little more Bernadette Peters. She played Sarandon's lawyer but we only got to see her for a chunk in the middle of the episode and then the focus turned to Saget. As for Catherine Bell, she kind-of disappeared into the background behind Saget and Sarandon. But still a strong performance from all.
What do you guys think of the final scene with Olivia and Elliot? They find out each other's blood types and tell each other that they'd donate a kidney. Is that their way of saying "We're just friends"? Things were pretty intense at the end of last season before Olivia left to go undercover. There was some sort of sexual tension between them. Now Olivia seems to have pulled away from Elliot and Elliot seems to feel like Olivia abandoned him.