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Characters with "hot-button" issues are: This trope works backwards too; we learn more about the detectives by noticing what kinds of people they empathize with.
When the usually cool attorney Casey Novak is uncharacteristically lenient to a young girl who committed vehicular manslaughter while off prescription medicine (thanks to following the advice of a popular artist who was against them, after his own tragic story), you later find out that, quite predictably, she has a personal history with mental illness—her ex-fiancé (who she abandoned and later found in the streets) suffered from schizophrenia.
Changes in scene are marked by black screens stating the place and date, as well as the franchise's trademark "chung chung" noise.
However, focuses more on the detectives and less on the attorneys, whereas the original show usually shifts from the investigation to the prosecution at the halfway point.
In addition, the guest star Ernest Waddell from the previous season had his character, Ken Randall, further explored in the episodes "Strain" and "Venom".
Season 7 was Fred Thompson's last season on SVU even though he continued to play DA Arthur Branch on Law & Order for another year.
This is because the actress was in Ohio pursuing a failed marriage. Rebecca Hendrix, the recurring character from the previous season was brought back for the episode "Ripped".
These will manifest themselves in just about any episode that deals with crimes of a certain nature.The seventh season of the television series, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit premiered September 20, 2005 and ended May 16, 2006 on NBC. Critically the show's most successful season, both lead actors received nominations at the 2006 Emmy Awards with a win by Mariska Hargitay.Repeating a pattern established by other SVU seasons, the Season 7 premiere was filmed before the airing of the Season 6 finale.When you agree with what the author has to say, but feel that their method of conveyance is detrimental to the work, it becomes a case of Don't Shoot the Message.Creator Breakdown occurs when personal issues within the writer's life drive the authorial intrusion. If a fan does this to facilitate a romantic pairing, Ron the Death Eater and Die for Our Ship may ensue.
When the characters start behaving like idiots or acting against their established characterization because the writer damn well needs them to in order to tell the story in a particular way, often to make a point.