Law & Order: SVU Sneak Peek: Was Carisi's Future Brother-in-Law Raped?

Law & Order: SVU newcomer Detective Sonny Carisi (played by Peter Scanavino) steps to the fore tonight (NBC, 9/8c), and in doing so will perhaps uncover a parole officer’s sordid secret, as seen in this exclusive sneak peek.

As Carisi’s sister Bella (Homeland alum Marin Ireland) prepares for her wedding to fiancé Tommy Sullivan (Orange Is the New Black‘s Michael Chernus), it appears that the groom-to-be has fallen back into a bad habit. But as seen in the video below, once confronted by his bro-in-law, Tommy shares a shocking truth about his alleged infidelity with his parole officer (Third Watch‘s Molly Price).

Watch the video below and weigh in on this storyline.

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  1. I don’t know if Carisi’s brother in law was raped(We’ll find out tonight) but I’m sure a lot of SVU fans feel screwed over by all the breaks in the schedule. If NBC hadn’t shown some smarts(for a change) and renewed SVU when they did, I think a lot of us would be feeling screwed over. Welcome back SVU cast and crew.

  2. Am i the only one that stand Carisi?

      • According to all the early reports, Carisi wasn’t supposed to become a regular on SVU. He is definitely one now(or has been for a while). He isn’t that bad. NBC sure isn’t paying him a lot. ICE-T wasn’t on again! I have a feeling that NBC is using an extremely warped pay system for this show. I don’t know if people get paid if they don’t appear on the show that week. There are 2 extra pay days because of the CHICAGO PD crossovers. SVU shoots 24 episodes a season. The only one that gets paid for every show is Mariska. I can guarantee that. Who knows how it works for everyone else? A little help please on this one.

        • Ro says:

          His character is a bit annoying, but not that bad. They probably don’t get paid per episode… I’m sure they all have contracts and that their salaries have pre-determined.

          • I agree that they probably don’t get paid per episode, but I have to bring up that possibility because each character(except for Det. Benson) has missed a bunch of episodes. There are only 6 main people in the show; Benson, Rollins, Tutuallo, Amaro, Carisi and Barba. There’s no reason that everybody can’t be in a one hour episode. Other shows with more people in the cast seem to pull it off just fine.

    • Soda says:

      I love the New Guy.

  3. A. Xak says:

    Michael Chernus’ performance was excellent. He made a very convincing rape victim and for those who don’t like Carisi, he redeems himself in this episode when his brother-in-law says: “THEN who will believe me?” and Carisi tells him: “I do.” The look of acceptance and belief on Chernus’ face in what should surely be one of the most difficult kind of roles to play is quality acting–and TV–even if the notion of male rape is not exactly a new one, the way the episode is written is well thought up for the uninitiated to this sort of material. Hargitay produces.