Stalker Sneak Peek: Detective Larsen Gets an Unpleasant Surprise

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Think you’re having a bad day at work? Try learning that your bitter ex is now one of your closest colleagues.

On Wednesday’s episode of Stalker (CBS, 10/9c), that situation becomes a reality for Detective Jack Larsen, and TVLine has an exclusive sneak peek at his mortifying realization.

When the TAU tackles a new stalking case, Maggie Q’s Beth calls upon Deputy District Attorney Amanda Taylor (played by Law & Order‘s Elisabeth Röhm) for assistance. The only problem? Amanda, as we learned in the pilot episode, has a complicated romantic past with Larsen — and she’s the mother of his son.

How does Larsen react when his professional and personal lives overlap? Press PLAY on the video above to find out, then hit the comments with your thoughts!

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  1. Tran says:

    Great to see Elisabeth Rohm back on prime time TV. She was one of the smokin’ hot lawyer on Law & Order (pure eye candy).

  2. DL says:

    McDermott totally channeling some of his American Horror Story creepiness on this show. I dig it.

  3. StrawberriesandCream says:

    He’s a stalker harrassing her and her child, when they were together he cheated on her, then got that job on purpose… and SHE is the “bitter ex”? Way to go, double standards

    • Daven says:

      Hold on! the writer is referring to the “bitter-ex” from Larsen’s point of view. We, the viewers, know the truth about the situation. There is no reason to slam the writer for double standards. If she were writing it from Taylor’s point of view it would be “OMG what do I have to do to get rid of this guy? Now I have to work WITH him?”

    • Yeah, not okay with “bitter” being used to describe Amanda. Jack seems really dangerous, and I can imagine him using the situation to try to worm his way back into her (and their son’s) life.

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  5. Pat says:

    As I watched the first episode, last week I was flabbergasted by this Detective Larsen who landed this job in the stalker division in LA only to realize that he himself is a stalker. His ex moved across country it seems to get away from him. This is really creepy. The show in general is quite scary but this stalker Dectective is just ridiculous.

  6. he creeps me out in the part. wait till maggie Q finds out hahaha good job Mcdermott…