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"Burning With Rage Forever"
SVU, Episode 23.11
Production number: 23011
First aired (US): 13 January 2022
First aired (CAN): 13 January 2022
First aired (AUS): 10 February 2022
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Written By
Brianna Yellen & Brendan Feeney

Directed By
Mary Lambert


Summary

A boy disappears after meeting up with an online gamer; Benson suspects her son is being bullied.

Plot

plot

Cast

Main cast

Recurring cast

Guest cast

References

references

Quotes

quotes

Background Information and Notes

  • Noah comes out as bisexual which means that he is the first child character in the franchise to be an LGBTQIA+ character as well as the youngest character.
  • This is the fourth episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode about video games. The season six episode Game was centered around video game violence and the controversy around Grand Theft Auto. Avatar was centered around online simulation games based on such games as The Sims and Second Life while Intimidation Game was centered around threats and misogyny towards female video game developers. This episode is clearly centered around children on online video games such as Fortnite and Roblox.
  • Campesi is promoted back to Detective, indicating the charges against her and her fellow officers or just her in the shooting incident were dropped or they or just her was acquitted.

Episode scene cards

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278 West 132nd Street
Harlem
Monday, January 3

Child Advocacy Center
207 East 130th Street
Tuesday, January 4

Apartment of
Theodore Murtaugh
1028 Whittier Street
Bronx, New York
Tuesday, January 4

Rikers Island
Correctional Facility
Thursday, January 6

Previous episode:
"Silent Night, Hateful Night"
"Burning With Rage Forever"
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Season 23
Next episode:
"Tommy Baker's Hardest Fight"
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