'Law & Order: Organized Crime' Episode 7: Stabler makes plan to outclass Richard in 'Everybody Takes a Beating'

Episode 7 will see Elliot Stabler making a plan to stop Richard Wheatley and his illegal business of selling vaccines to other nations


                            'Law & Order: Organized Crime' Episode 7: Stabler makes plan to outclass Richard in 'Everybody Takes a Beating'
Dylan McDermott as Richard Wheatley and Christopher Meloni as Elliot Stabler in 'Law & Order: Organized Crime' (NBC Universal)
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Season 1 of ‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ is slowly and steadily inching toward its end and things are getting pretty intense. The whole confrontation between Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and Angela Wheatley (Tamara Taylor) was really emotional and the way Stabler handled the situation was really everything that viewers could have asked for.

We finally got to know that Angela killed Stabler’s wife and she confessed it. However, it was Richard Wheatley (Dylan McDermott) who enticed her to take such a drastic decision. The entire scenario makes it really exciting to see how the makers will be deciding to end the season.

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Before getting to know all about Episode 7, let’s take a look at what happened in Episode 6 of the series.

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Christopher Meloni as Elliot Stabler (NBC)

Season 1 Episode 6 Recap

The previous episode opens with a flashback scene where we see Ayana Bell’s (Danielle Mone Truitt) nephew, Damon (Danny Olabi), being a victim of police brutality. Meanwhile, Stabler finds out that Angela Wheatley was the killer of his wife. He reaches her home and arrests her for killing his wife.

Bekhar (Ibrahim Renno), the head of Wheatley’s security and double agent for cops, tells the main protagonist about Wheatley’s entire operation. He says that COVID-19 might get over by next year, but it still gives Wheatley a lot of time to make billions off of vaccines.

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Law & Order: Organized Crime (NBC)

Stabler finally talks to Angela and she said that she killed his wife because of desperation. She tells Stabler that her son Rafik was killed during an operation and Richard told her that Stabler was the reason why her son died. However, Stabler says that her son was working for Richard and helped him in making the Purple Magic drug. But Richard found out that Rafik was selling the drug and cutting into Wheatley’s profit. Stabler says Rafik was caught by Wheatley, who then shot him between the eyes. Angela is shaken.

The show ends with the flashback scenes where it is seen that it was Richie (Nick Kreegan) who killed Gina (Charlotte Sullivan). Gianluca Silvano (Ivo Nandi) rounds out the episode as he arrives by helicopter for his setup deal with Wheatley. He joins Stabler in the waiting SUV, who asks him, “You ready to make a deal?"

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Season 1 Episode 7 Spoilers

We are finally moving toward Stabler’s big showdown. While there is no confirmation, viewers are hoping for an epic finale sequence between Richard and Stabler. The official synopsis for Episode 7 reads, “Bell’s family goes public with their lawsuit, which leads to almost-instant repercussions on the job. Angela tries to extract her children from Wheatley’s clutches. Stabler puts the finishing touches on a long-awaited plan.”

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Dylan McDermott and Christopher Meloni in 'Law & Order: Organized Crime' (NBC Universal)

Bell’s family is going to take the New York Police Department (NYPD) to court for permanently damaging Damon’s hand. Meanwhile, viewers could also get a glimpse of Stabler’s plan to stop Richard’s illegal business of selling vaccines to other countries.

But it won’t be easy for Stabler to completely knock Richard out of the park with his plan. Richard is an intelligent man and always has a backup plan for everything. Could we see a masterstroke from Richard in the upcoming episode? Possibly.

‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ returns to NBC with a new episode every Thursday at 10 pm EST.

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