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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Male escorts in popular culture: Example #3 - Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (SVU)



Last night I saw an episode of Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (SVU) that featured characters who were male escorts. It was totally by accident that I saw this particular episode since my mom happened to be watching it. I used to watch the show quite a bit until I became busier, but I still enjoy watching it from time to time.

The episode was called "Folly" from the show's earliest episodes during Season 2. I didn't see the very beginning of the show, but the gist of the plot is a male escort is almost beaten to death and another one is murdered. They are tied to a shady escort agency run by a greedy, ruthless, female pimp. Eventually the clues lead to a strange couple who have bizarre, twisted fantasies that have gone too far. SVU is my favorite in the Law and Order series, and the production, casting, and stories are top-notch. I tried to find a clip of the episode to embed on my blog, but I only found it on one site. For some odd reason the video won't play.

I don't want to give away too much of the story, but it was very interesting. True, it shows a negative, seedy, unrealistic side of the profession sensationalized for full dramatic effect, but it's still good to see stories about it on primetime TV. Slowly, but surely, the word is spreading in mainstream culture.

There were some good-looking guys in that episode, I'll say that much! ;-)