‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’: Fans Sound Off on Stabler’s Cover Being ‘Officially Blown’

by Michael Freeman

Christopher Meloni has a history on the Law & Order franchise of going undercover. Similarly, he’s had many instances of his cover being blown in different ways. After the latest Law & Order: Organized Crime trailer dropped and revealed it being blown yet again, fans have a lot to say.

The official Law & Order Instagram account posted a teaser for the upcoming Organized Crime episode. With the caption simply reading “Stabler’s cover is officially blown,” he seems to have run into some trouble.

Louis awaits Stabler, wanting to spend time together, but Stabler doesn’t have the time for it. He attempts to shake the kid off when Louis says he doesn’t want to be like his father, he wants to be like Stabler. The catch is he says “I don’t know who you are, but I know you are not Eddy Wagner.” Uh oh, bad news for Stabler.

Fans of the show are absolutely losing it. “This show has me by the throat,” one Instagram user commented. “This never turns out well,” wrote another with two concerned emoji accompanying it. One fan jokingly wrote “Yelling he is UC probably gave him away also!”

Naturally, some people just love Meloni. “I really love this show. Am i the one and only who loves this show? Organized Crime is fantastic, it has a brilliant plot and great actors. The greatest actor for me? @chris_meloni. He’s pure fire,” a very happy Meloni fan typed.

Overall, this is far from the first time Stabler’s cover has been blown and it’s likely not the last. The question is, how much will it cost him?

What Christopher Meloni Realized Regarding Success

Appearing for a long time on Law & Order: SVU and now on Organized Crime, it’s safe to say Christopher Meloni is no stranger to success. Nevertheless, he said he realized something very important long ago about success and fame.

Fielding some questions from Elle, Meloni revealed one of the most humbling things he’s learned about fame. “It’s not a reality that you’re living,” he commented about being famous. He said he’s realized this after running into a multitude of people who had no idea who he or his Law & Order counterpart were. “You don’t know that until people don’t know who the f-k you are.”

Accordingly, he appreciates his fame and success. There’s both a good and a bad side to it, but Meloni reports he rolls with the punches. He’s even accepted haters and seems to thrive off of them. “Once you’ve downloaded and accepted that it’s a give and take…Once you truly measure the ‘downside,’ it’s like, ‘You know what, b—h? Shut up,’” Meloni said. “The upside is pretty cool.”