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Did you ever want to “go from pool girl to cool girl?” Then have we got the episode of SVU for you. “Melancholy Pursuit” (S17E8)—the first Doddsisode in the Munchy canon—is ripped from a headline you never heard of and has a plot you’ll strain to follow, but have no fear because Adam and Josh will unlock its secrets. Why does the cold open have the only recognizable guest star in a total throwaway bit part? Who’s to blame for the case of the disappearing semen? What is a Sergeant Dodds? Can you leave City Island? Is there a more oversexed occupation than city bus driver? Might one of the potential perps be Pam-huffing buds with a Munch alum? The answers to those queries and so many more lie within the run of this episode.
Also, we missed this big story on Nick Cordero earlier being a tragic COVID-19 casualty in 2020.
Divorcio Suave - “Munchy Business”
17:23 - Ólafur Arnalds - “Main Theme” from Broadchurch (Music from the Original Soundtrack) (2013)
25:55 - Rupert Holmes - “Answering Machine” from Partners in Crime (1979)
35:01 - Mark Morrison - “Return of the Mack” from Return of the Mack (1996)
58:19 - King Missile - “Detachable Penis” from Happy Hour (1992)
Next Week’s Episode: Season 10, Episode 12 “Hothouse”