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The Stabler
Moment On Law &
Order: Organized
Crime That
Went Too Far
Elliot Stabler is in a rough spot at this point in his "Law & Order" story, especially from a personal standpoint. His wife of 30 years was killed, and he has since gone undercover, all while navigating the horrors of PTSD. If that sounds like a recipe for disaster, that's because it is.
It didn't take long for fans to take notice of Stabler's dramatic personality shift and open the floor for discussion on Reddit. One user referred to him as "hilariously out of control," comparing him to a character from "Grand Theft Auto" for "drugging a woman, shooting someone, smashing someone's nose, and sleeping with a boss’ wife" in a single episode.
Many other Redditors agreed, noting that he's essentially losing himself to his raging need for vengeance and mental health issues. So, is there a specific Stabler moment that has pushed the boundaries more so than all the others? It's hard to say, given just how off the rails he has been as of late, it’s not off-base to say that his run, as a whole, has gone too far.