Season 1 of “Law & Order: Organized Crime” ended with Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) finally getting his hands on Richard Wheatley (Dylan McDermott), a criminal mastermind. Additionally, he learned that it was Richard who used his ex-wife to kill Elliot’s beau. So, fans were wondering if there was a reason for Season 2 to come. Now you should know that “Law & Order” is one of the oldest TV franchises and continues to be successful year after year. So, the creators are always ready to come up with compelling new stories and unexpected twists to captivate fans.
Season 2 picks up the story where we left off in the previous edition. Richard is brought to justice and brought before a judge. He has been charged with several counts of money laundering, drug trafficking and assault. However, all charges are dismissed due to his cooperation with the police and everything he has said on the criminal network. However, Stabler is not involved in this now. Instead, he infiltrated and joined a gang of drug dealers to dismantle a huge cartel.
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Stabler has changed his look and name (Eddie Wagner). He befriended a man called Reggie Bogdani (Dash Mihok) in order to get inside information and grab the man behind it all. However, everything goes haywire when their drug consignment is stolen by one of Harbor’s rogue cops, working for another cartel named The Marcie Killers.
Stabler has gotten into the Albanian drug cartel and proves his allegiance to it. The police know he is undercover and trying to complete the mission that has been going on for two and a half months. Elsewhere, Reggie and Stabler find Harbor’s rogue cop and ask him who does he work for? So he tells them that there is a man named Red Bull, who took this cocaine and is on the streets selling them.
The duo learn where they are and arrive at a party where Red Bull was going to give some people a serving of cocaine. At the last moment, Stabler and Reggie join them and threaten Red Bull’s partner to give her the package of cocaine she owns or her friend will die. She reluctantly gives them the package and it turns out to be their cocaine.
The Albanians are ready for war and wanted to paint the streets with the blood of Marcie Killers, but suddenly the plan changes when Jon Kosta (Michael Raymond-James) calls one of the Albanian gang leaders and tells him to go home. House . It turns out that he also called the representatives of the Marcie Corporation at his home. One of them tells Kosta that Marcie doesn’t want to be against the Albanians instead, they want to work with them.
They join hands and announce a partnership. Meanwhile, Elliot is thinking about how to get out of there and give this information to his coworkers. Besides, Kosta doesn’t like him. So it looks like all eyes will be on him.
The season premiere was exciting to watch and didn’t include slow scenes where viewers just had to wait for something to happen. It was an action packed episode with new storylines and a new Christopher Meloni look. Meloni is back in his element and once again doing a great job. In the meantime, it will be interesting to see what Richard does this time around. Is he the main conspirator of everything that is going on? Well, that would be something we will see in the next few episodes.
Season 2 of “Law & Order: Organized Crime” returns to NBC with a new episode every Thursday at 10 p.m. EST.