‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Star Christopher Meloni Has Savage Response for Fan Who Can’t Attend His Event

by Jacklyn Krol

Law & Order: Organized Crime star Christopher Meloni had an epic response for a fan who can’t make it to his event.

Meloni is doing a Q&A session with TV Line’s Michael Ausiello for 92Y. The event is taking place today both in-person in New York City and virtually. One fan is facing a tough decision involving Meloni.

“So @Chris_Meloni my 6 year old’s first baseball game conflicts with the @92Y event tomorrow that I already purchased a virtual ticket for. How do I navigate this conundrum?” they tweeted.

Meloni’s response? “Pretend you don’t have a 6-year-old,” the actor savagely replied. Because of course, pretend they’re not there and they won’t be.

Fans came to the rescue and offered to buy the ticket off of their hand. Another user suggested that they take a tablet and watch him while their child isn’t up to bat or on the field. A great option that works for both of them!

92nd Street Y is a charitable endeavor. According to the website, it is a “nonprofit community and cultural center. 92nd Street Y seeks to create, provide and disseminate programs of distinction that foster the physical and mental health of human beings throughout their lives, their educational and spiritual growth and their enjoyment.”

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Season 2 Characters

Everyone’s favorite villain from Season 1, Richard Wheatley (Dylan McDermott) is back for Season 2. Originally, he just signed on for the first season as a series regular, he is now a recurring character for the second season.

Two new faces will be joining the crew this season. Vinnie Jonas is Albi Biscu. Albi’s character is “an Eastern European gangster who is the last remaining member of the organization from the old country.”

Additionally, Ron Cephas Jones will play the role of Congressman Leon Kilbride. His character has been described as a “born politician who fosters connections and always plays his cards right.”

Law & Order: SVU fans can rejoice that Ellen Burstyn will be appearing on Law & Order: Organized Crime. She famously played the role of Elliot Stabler’s mother, Bernadette Stabler. She was a guest star on numerous episodes. Her work actually ended up earning her an Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series. Creators said that she will not be in the premiere episode, but later in the season.

We can expect a crossover between Organized Crime and SVU. Mariska Hargitay teased an Organized Crime guest star. Danielle Moné Truitt appeared and will seemingly be a guest star on SVU. Both series are currently filming at the same time.

Law & Order: SVU Season 23 will debut on September 23 with a 2-hour episode. The first week it will air at a special time, 8 PM ET. Organized Crime will then premiere at 10 PM ET. The following week, Organized Crime will be airing two new episodes back to back beginning at 9 PM ET.

The two series will resume their normal times of 9 p.m. ET and 10 p.m. ET during the third week.