‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’: Bell Is Seriously Concerned About Stabler’s Health

by Jonathan Howard
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Tonight is the night. We finally get to the Law & Order: Organized Crime Richard Wheatley trial. However, it has Ayanna Bell worried about Elliot Stabler.

When it comes to this trial, it is clear that Stabler is going to be delicate. This is the man that killed his wife and left his own, now ex-wife, horribly injured. We can only imagine what Stabler would do if he had his way with the criminal. With all that in mind, Seargent Bell is very concerned about her colleague and friend.

When he was undercover, Bell took care of Stabler. Will she be able to offer a helping hand during this time as well? Law & Order: Organized Crime star Danielle Moné Truitt talked with Entertainment Tonight about the situation.

“She’s thinking about how much that verdict and that outcome will take a toll on his mental health. She’s very concerned about that. Not to mention, she’s a juggler. The Kosta organization is one ball. The Wheatley family and Stablre’s mental health is another ball. Her having a newborn and a wife is another. Then the whole Killbride [situation] is another and there’s Brewster.”

Needless to say, Bell has a lot on her plate. She can’t be expected to always save Stabler. However, that doesn’t change the fact that she feels for the detective. Her empathy has been clear, especially this season. Perhaps Olivia Benson will be able to take up some of the slack.

One thing that the Law & Order: Organized Crime star made clear in the interview, this trial is not going to go the way viewers expect it to.

Truitt Explains That the Audeince Will Have A “Shock” In Upcoming Episode

For fans of Law & Order: Organized Crime and SVU, it has been a long time waiting for a new episode. However, this one is expected to be huge. Two hours will be all the time that they need to flesh this thing out. Whatever fans are thinking is going to happen, think again. Truitt explained how this episode is going to shock viewers.

“The whole episode is going to be a shock to the audience because it’s not going to go in the direction that you think,” she said. “It’s hard for me to even talk about. I don’t want to give anything away. But people are going to be like, ‘Oh, OK. I didn’t see that coming.’ It’s that type of episode.”

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Returns

The biggest thing is that there will be a new episode of Law & Order: Organized Crime. This crossover should give fans everything they have been waiting on for a month. A possible resolution to the Wheatley saga is something almost a year in the making.

So, this is a big deal. Chris Meloni’s character is not the man he used to be. He might be a little more impulsive and irrational at times. Could that happen during this trial or in the aftermath of the decision? Fans will have to tune in and see.

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