Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999– )
Abbie Carmichael appears in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Payback (1999).
The character of Det. Munch was a regular on this show at the time. Munch also explains how he ended up on L&O.
SVU helps the 27th investigate a salesman's murder in a two-part episode that begins on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Entitled (2000).
Elliot Stabler and Olivia Benson are guest characters.
Det. John Munch appears
Title mentioned in Law & Order: Parking Violations Unit
Discusses creation and 1st year of series
Florek discusses his work on the series.
Stingray mentions he got an idea from this show to search for clues
Donald Cragen makes a cameo appearance.
Referenced Extreme makeover home edition
SVU's Munch appears in this episode, and his own unit is mentioned.
Elliot Stabler, Olivia Benson and Casey Novak appear in a crossover that begins on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Night (2005).
Benson and Tutuola help the 27th deal with mother-daughter con artists who slipped through the system in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Design (2005).
title mentioned in passing
Det. Munch appears.
seen on TV schedule
March mentions her departure from that series.
Series is mentioned
referenced in "Law & Order" Master Class
A clip is shown of this show in "Seinfeld-Vision"
comment that Mariska Hargitay won a TV award
Candy Richards says she had a role on both Law & Order SVU and Law & Order Trial by Jury
Promo shown for 'The Apprentice Special Victims Unit'
After Pitka makes the 'Mariska Hargitay' greeting, she herself actually receives it. He then presents Mariska with a "Law and Order" themed ashram miniature.
Announced as nominee.
DVD is shown in a video store.
Dave says Mos Def is on "Law & Order: SUV."
Shawn and Gus discuss a series of "Law & Order" D.A.s, including Angie Harmon and Mariska Hargitay.
Referenced by one of the NBC executives
Jay says that "Law & Order" was on preceding his show tonight ("Special Victims Unit" was the specific edition shown)
mentioned in dialogue
Mentioned in Christopher Meloni's introduction
Mentioned in dialogue
Category entitled "Law & Order SUV"
Referenced in dialogue
Anita refers to the Special Victims Unit and, obliquely, to Olivia Benson.
Kathy Griffin mentions that she did a guest role on the show
DCI Luther asks for a suspects details to be sent to Detective Munch at New York Police's Special Victim's Unit.
mentioned by Drama as "SVU"
On Samantha's first day on her new job, the women talk about the show, how much they like Mariska Hargetay and how they can tell, that her breasts are "real".
Blair mentions "Law & Order: SVU"
the show's logo is seen before people flip the channel from NBC to Fox
Sarah Silverman mentions this show
Mentioned in dialogue
Jack says his telethon got NBC's best ratings since an episode of the show where the detectives watched "American Idol"
Jack tunes to an episode of the show on his voice-activated remote control television
Referenced by Ice-T (Fred Armisen) in the "Celebrity Teen Crisis Center" segment
Mac mentions the NYPD sex crimes unit
Conan mentions it while introduing Ice-T, mispronounces it as Law & Order SUV
"Law and Order: Special Parking Unit"
Ignatiy says that "Texas Killing Fields" is not that different from an arty episode of the show
Heather mentions the show Law & Order and actors Mariska Hargitay, Ice-T and Richard Belzer.
Title mentioned by John Mulaney during stand up
Referenced by Seth on Weekend Update
Kenneth is assigned to review a script for the show for offensive content
Virginia says, "I watch a lot of 'CSI,' 'SVU,' 'NCIS.'"
Referenced in the "Piers Morgan Tonight" segment
"Why bother having an episode of Law & Order: Daredevil Unit..."
"...as soon as it turned into Law & Order: Avengers Unit..."
Cesar says that Teresa "dozes off after 'Law & Order: SUV'."
title mentioned by Mindy while in jail
Shelby wants to watch the show.
Mentioned by Rivers.
Mentions that Lincoln is played by the same actor who plays Capt. Krager.
The opening sequence is like the one in law and order
Jenna is hired to play a role on the show
TV series is referenced.
Mentioned by Newt Wallen.
Referenced by Cecily on Weekend Update
Burt says that his and Virginia's specialty is in "cases with special victims, criminals with intent"; Virginia adds, "Ripped from the headlines."
Mentioned in dialogue
Referenced in the "Celebrity Family Feud" sketch
Amanda Rollins and Fin Tutuola come to Chicago in a crossover that begins on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Comic Perversion (2014).
Referenced in Jim's act
Mentioned by Jimmy when introducing Ice-T
Ryan mentions the show by name.
Mentioned by John Mulaney
Amanda Rollins appears in a crossover that continues on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Chicago Crossover (2014).
Mentioned by Tosh
In his opening monologue, Jimmy mentions the crossover episode between this series and "Chicago Fire"
Nick Amaro, Amanda Rollins and Olivia Benson come to Chicago in the conclusion of a crossover that begins on Chicago Fire: Nobody Touches Anything (2014) and continues on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Chicago Crossover (2014).
Ice-T talks about his series, and Andrew Rannells notes his many failed auditions for roles including a kiddie porn director
Referenced by Curtis
"...is the cross between Look Who's Talking Now, Turner & Hooch, and Law and Order: SVU that was desperately needed."
Olivia Benson comes to Chicago in a crossover that concludes on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Daydream Believer (2015).
Special Victims Unit helps Intelligence investigate an unsolved rape/murder case in a crossover that concludes on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Daydream Believer (2015).
Laura talks about wannabe PIs watching a couple of SVU's and then think they're experts
Pablo Schreiber mentions his role as a serial rapist on the series
Ice-T mentions being on the series for 17 years
Mentioned by Seth
Fake clip in the Hidden Credits segment
Will Ferrell gives Jimmy the season eight box set as a gift for his one-year-old daughter
Show is called 'Law & Order: Super Victims Unit'
Olivia Benson and Odafin Tutuola come to Chicago in a crossover that begins on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Nationwide Manhunt (2016).
Promo image from this spin-off show is seen.
guest star Ice-T refers to a recently deceased man as a "very special victim"
J.K. Simmons refers to playing Emil Skoda on three different "Law & Order" series
Reference during the monologue
Mentioned as having its intro edited post-9/11.
The copy guy assumes Stone's copies are props for the show.
Mentioned by Seth in the Couple Things segment
Mentioned by Seth
Ice T talks about his series
Mentioned by John Goodman
Referenced in the date sketch
Mentioned in the segment A Closer Look
Jimmy refers to Ice-T's series
exception of a prominent role for Asian-American character
one of the shows Jerry Seinfeld is digitally inserted into
"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" is the #1 Best Cop or Legal Show.
features clips of the show when discussing what was voted #1 Best Cop/Legal TV Show
a clip from the show starring Mariska Hargitay is shown
A clip of the show featuring guest Mariska Hargitay is shown.
Kimmy watches it on TV.
Clip is shown
Altered clip depicting graffiti in jail cell
Jimmy shows a clip from Ice-T's series, renewed for its 18th season
"Special Letters Unit" segment shows detectives searching for the missing letter M.
"Law & Order: Tonight" depicts NBC turning the cop show into a talk show format
Besides having intermid scenes played out like in your typical L&O series, Penn holds a sign reading "Penn & Teller: Bullshit Unit" (same style and font as the 'Law & Order: SVU' logo) at the camera while Teller plays its theme song.
The first lines by the narrator spoofs SVU's opening.
the show's opening credits are altered to show Justin Bieber under the title "Law and Order: Special Douchebag Unit"