Lynn Cohen guest-starred in the April 21 episode titled "Beef" playing a "matriarch of an Italian Beef Company".French actress Isabelle Huppert guest starred in the season finale as the mother of a kidnapped child.In the tenth episode, John Larroquette played Randall Carver, an attorney defending a man accused of murdering children of illegal aliens.In the episode, the character was asked by Ice-T's character, Detective Tutuola, why he was defending such a man, to which he replied "It's a symptom, not the disease.", and went on to say "Garrison, Limbaugh, Beck, O'Reilly, all of them.Jill Scott, Lisa Arrindell Anderson and Quinton Aaron guest starred in "Disabled", which aired March 24.Scott played the sister and caretaker of a former singer (Lisa Arrindell Anderson) who has severe multiple sclerosis and is raped. Ann-Margret and Jaclyn Smith guest starred in the episode "Bedtime" that aired March 31.On January 22, 2010, in the wake of the conflict between Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien, NBC announced that they would order two additional episodes to fill in the gaps of the departing The Jay Leno Show. But it doesn’t really come up in the work place unless it comes up." Huang was led to this comment because characters in the episode who tried to lobby in favor of adult-child sexual relationships compared their situation to the persecution of homosexuals.Mick Betancourt became a writer for the eleventh season of SVU having been a long time fan of the show. To describe the episode, Baer said "'Is pedophilia hardwired? We obviously don’t take the side of the pedophiles, but we do take the side that it’s hard-wired, and [ask] what do you do about it?
Tony Award winner Sutton Foster also appeared in the episode "P.
He said in an interview that one of his motivations was to "make sure that my episodes as a writer sit on the shelf with the same episodes that made me a fan." In the same interview, he discussed fan fiction and reiterated the policy held by most major networks; "People have tried to send me things and I have to send it back. " Season 11 was the last full season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit to shoot in New Jersey.
It's not that I don't like it, it's just that there's a lot of legal gray area there." In 2009, many cast and crew members of SVU began using Twitter to share behind the scenes information. Neal Baer considered the revelation to be nothing special and summarized "Have the writers always thought he was gay? In response to the business they brought to the location, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority awarded SVU more than .2 million in tax credits on January 14, 2013.
They reveal, for example, that she did not have to type on the i Phone when her character sends a text message.
The typing animation was pre-rendered and designed in Keynote.
SVU executive producer Baer described her character as "a funny adrenaline junkie who loves to be in the middle of everything and shares a past with Stabler.