They couldn’t get Juan Tsuris?

I missed this episode, and in retrospect, I think it was an exercise of good hindsight-based judgment:

[O]n Wednesday’s Law & Order: SVU, a politician, who “wants to be mayor of New York,” is accused of sending lewd pictures to a young woman online. The man’s pseudonym isn’t Carlos Danger, but it’s pretty close: He goes by Enrique Trouble.

Enrique Trouble? RUFKMe? This is as improbable as that story about Johnny Depp booking hotel rooms as “Mr. Donkey Penis.” (Depp says he hasn’t, but that he has been “Emma Roid.”)

And Emily Zanotti notes that enough liberties were taken with Anthony Weiner’s story to suggest that “he probably won’t be asking for royalties.” On the other hand, wouldn’t it be hilarious if he did?







7 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    24 October 2013 · 6:40 pm

    He strikes me as the type who figures any publicity is good publicity.

    “Enrique Trouble” made me LOL. Now I can think of a whole clutch of ‘em: Santiago Hazard, Joaquim Emergency….I’m also trying very hard NOT to rule-85 this.

  2. CGHill »

    24 October 2013 · 7:32 pm

    I so wish you hadn’t said that. Now I’m contemplating the logistics involved in a sexually-explicit selfie taken by a pony. (Then again, we can assume cameras are different there. Maybe.)

  3. Jeffro »

    24 October 2013 · 7:50 pm

    I saw a promo for that episode, so total avoidance maneuvers were in order.

  4. fillyjonk »

    24 October 2013 · 7:52 pm

    I’m thinking it would involve what is sometimes referred to as the “plot,” and nothing more PG-13 or beyond….

  5. Roger Green »

    25 October 2013 · 8:29 am

    OK, “Enrique Trouble” made me LOL too.

  6. McGehee »

    25 October 2013 · 8:54 am

    They call me Stanislao Breakdown.

  7. hatless in hattiesburg »

    25 October 2013 · 12:39 pm

    asking for royalties is sooooooo 20th century…. weewee would use his wife’s influence with hillary to have the nsa investigate the svu cast & crew.

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