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So what's next for Rollins and Amaro? Will anyone There are potentially huge consequences for colleagues who sleep together. Will we see. In the season 17 premiere, Kelli Giddish's Detective Amanda Rollins Rollins is adamant Amaro is not the father and tells multiple people that. By the end of their run together, these two were bonded like a family. Favorite Stabler Rollins' Best Qualities: Loyal and smart, Rollins has a gut instinct that is unparalleled. Does she Fin-Amaro Dynamic: There's something thrilling about seeing these two together. They're . Apps & Services. Wizarding.
Will anyone at work find out their secret? Pino teases all that and more below: What did you think of that twist? Looking back did you see pieces of where it could have led to this? I feel like the writers had been planting certain seeds throughout the season where it was more of an insinuation.
This certainly solidified what these two characters had been going through. Both characters have been in search of companionship, in search of somebody or something that would make it feel like fulfillment of some sort.
Certainly, Amaro losing his family and still [carrying a torch] for his wife, his difficulties at work, the obstacles that he's tried to overcome, and Rollins with her gambling addiction and her difficulties professionally — the two of them found each other both in need and so, to me, all of those dots do connect.
Now, they didn't connect immediately while I was sitting there in the read-through. It was a very complicated, complex wave of realization, emotion, and embarrassment of not really knowing. I felt like most of the writers did know, so I was the one in the relationship and yet I didn't even know it. It was a highlight of the season certainly in terms of what went on in that read-through.
SVU's Mariska Hargitay and more of this season's MVPs Will the viewers be able to figure out how long this has been going on or get more information about their relationship in the last two episodes of the season? I think that there are breadcrumbs.
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Anyone who is interested will be able to pick up those breadcrumbs, but I think that is our writers' way of rewarding the fans who watch the show week in and week out and know what these characters have been going through, to give them some kind of a compass for what is happening behind the scenes.
There are potentially huge consequences for colleagues who sleep together. Will we see any of those consequences play out over the rest of the season? Will anyone in the squad find out? I'll put it this way: It's not a regular run-of-the-mill, 9-to-5 job. It is a squad room full of inquisitive, instinctual detectives who have a nose for things being off. So what is happening behind the scenes may begin to pique certain characters' interests.
But at the same time, you're dealing with a former undercover cop and a cop who's been undercover before in Amaro and Rollins, so they're pretty good at hiding as well. I think that is one of the things that I'm looking forward to in the coming episodes; to really find out whether it is ever revealed.
I don't know whether it's ever revealed, but I do know that we have very smart detectives all around us. The smallest slip-up could blow the whole roof off of it. Warren Leight has said that the season finale is a big episode for your character. What can you tease about what Amaro will be going through? In the finale, Amaro stands to lose not only his family, but his career.
And it could happen that quickly and that easily, and it's only his current friends and perhaps some very close friends from the past who he has to rely on to get him out of the situation. So will Laura Benanti return for that episode? Laura Benanti will be in the episode prior, in the penultimate episode.
What can you say about Maria and Amaro's dynamic? He's positive and he feels that he is going to be able to bring his family back under the same roof ultimately. He's resolved to make that happen. He's one of those people, and I feel like maybe a lot of us are, that when things are crumbling around you, all you want to do is restore where you find the most peace at all costs.
That relationship with Maria and Zara, his daughter — they represent peace to him.
Then again, he is not clear-eyed in his perception of what Maria's intentions are, which only leads to disappointment and for him to act out, which is what gets him in trouble in the finale.
But he wasn't right about everything, because he'd thought Maria was in it for the long haul, and now he was beginning to suspect she wasn't. Amanda hadn't been planning to do it with him again after that first time. She changed her mind.
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Three Amanda's bed, amid already-rumpled sheets and clean but unfolded laundry, where they decided this was going to be happening pretty often, but it wasn't going to be A Thing, and they definitely weren't going to tell anyone about it.
Four and Five The basement storage room at the precinct, because Nick didn't think Amanda could be quiet. So they did it in the break room, too. Six After Nick beat up Simon Wilkes and got arrested and she was his one phone call because hers was the face he wanted to see, hers was the scent he needed to breathe after the blood and the sweat and the booking room and the holding cell, hers was the support he knew he could count on without judgment or questions or condemnation or seriously, Nick?
Haven't you learned anything? Then Munch bailed him out and Wilkes dropped the charges and Nick was pretty sure Amanda had something to do with why. He went over to her place, unsure of how to thank her, or what, exactly, to thank her for, except he ended up not saying anything, because when she opened the door and saw it was him, she yanked him inside and kissed him. They did it on the futon. That was the last place they did it for a while. Seven He hadn't called for a few weeks.
He was in Queens, she heard, doing traffic stops or something, as punishment for wailing on Wilkes. He got off easy, all things considered, and she knew that, but she was still pissed about it because she hadn't expected him to just disappear. It was never A Thing, so she wasn't supposed to be surprised, or upset, when he didn't return her calls.
She was both anyway. He didn't want her to see him. Not like this, with the uniform and the drunk-and-disorderlies and the license and registration, please. But there she was, in his precinct, and next thing he knew she was hatching some crazy plan so he could be back at SVU without being back at SVU, with the undercover-while-still-in-uniform, cop on the take act.
He remembered how hot it had been the other time she used her cuffs on him. He still didn't call her that night. He just came over.