‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Star Chris Meloni Knows He’s Got Some ‘Sexy Ass Dance Moves’

by Suzanne Halliburton
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When you see this clip of Christopher Meloni, forget that he’s ultra tough Elliot Stabler on Law & Order: Organized Crime.

He’s just a simple guy showing off his “sexy ass dance moves” with the Muppets. That’s how Meloni opened his Saturday. He was quote-tweeting his fans, explaining some stuff. One fan asked “I want to know what this is about.” Well, to paraphrase Meloni, who doesn’t mind a self-own, it’s sexy ass dancing next to a puppet.

Long Before Law & Order: Organized Crime, Meloni Showed Off His Moves Next to Giant Puppets

Long before there ever was a Law & Order: Organized Crime, Meloni was strutting his stuff on Sesame Street. That’s when he was Elliot Stabler on Law & Order: SVU.

He danced on an episode of The Street We Live On in 2004. Three years later, he did a Word of the Day segment. (Word of the day was mail). And there even was a Muppet version of Law & Order (Special Letters Unit) complete with a Stabler puppet.

And in 2007, he made an appearance on the Today show. Miss Piggy hijacked him, so Meloni isn’t quite as tough as his Stabler self wants you to believe on TV.

Meloni had the opportunity for some “sexy-ass dance moves” on Thursday during the latest episode of Law & Order: Organized Crime. Except he let his co-star, Lolita Davidovitch, steal the scene as Stabler (he was undercover as Eddie Wagner) mostly watched and listened.

As fans of Law & Order: Organized Crime are well aware, Stabler is playing with fire on his latest assignment. He’s undercover, trying to bust up the Albanian mob. They traffic in drugs and sex. And in this latest episode, mob boss Jon Kosta ordered a hit on a candidate running for governor. But hapless, drunk Reggie, Eddie’s mob bestie, killed the candidate’s wife while she was standing on her own porch.

But let’s get back to the key dancing scene. The episode opened with Stabler and Flutera (Davidovitch) in the empty diner. Stabler is wooing Flutera for information. She’s married to Albi Bruscu, Kosta’s chief lieutenant. But she’s also a de facto madame.

But Flutera starts explaining herself as she picks Blondie’s “Call Me” on the jukebox. She tells Stabler she loves this song. It was popular when she was 15. But as Flutera dances in her stylish dress and spike heels, Stabler asks her why she likes a song about prostitutes.

Stabler pushes further and asks her about the girls in her care. They’re all young women from Albania. Flutera helps teach them English and says she’s helping them find a new life in the United States. Then she admits to Stabler that her own father sold her to the Albanian syndicate when she was 15. She was raped multiple times while on a ship to the USA. But Albi met her and protected her. They married. It’s a marriage of convenience. Albi is gay, but few people know. Flutera, as Blondie blares, says she’ll never hurt her girls.

It all leaves Stabler conflicted as he’s desperate to maintain his undercover identity on Law & Order: Organized Crime. It’s getting more difficult by the episode.

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