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Law & Order: SVU: Lindsay Pulsipher is Kelli Giddish’s Psychotic Sister
Law & Order: SVU is bringing in a werepanther for a couple of episodes this season, or it would be if it were doing a cross over with True Blood, which it isn’t. As cool as that would be, SVU is only bringing in the actress playing a werepanther: Lindsay Pulsipher. I know, I know; an SVU/True Blood crossover would be the coolest thing ever – just imagine Olivia Benson investigating Bill Compton in a series of vampire-related rapes – but I’m pretty sure that idea is completely outside the realm of possibility. It would be like Game of Thrones crossing over with Hawaii Five-0. Actually, that might not be that bad…
But I digress: Pulsipher will be recurring in at least two episodes of SVU Season 14 as Kim Rollins, the younger sister of Kelli Giddish’s Detective Amanda Rollins, according to TV Guide. The character was referenced last season and is now coming to New York to stir up a little trouble for Amanda. What kind of trouble? Well, when her sister was first mentioned, it was also revealed she has psychotic and drug issues. Essentially, she’d have to be babysitting her little sister while trying to do her already stressful job. It’ll be interesting to see how they introduce the new character. Will we feel any kind of sympathy for her or will she just anger us with her problems. If she’s psychotic, it’s hard to blame her for the choices she makes – it’s not like she wants to suffer from psychosis – but it’s another thing all together if she refuses to get help. Considering how difficult she’s supposed to be, I can’t help to feel she’s not trying very hard.
Pulsipher will make her first appearance in the Nov. 14 episode with one more appearance for sure to follow afterwards. Aside from True Blood, Pulsipher has worked on The Beast, NCIS, FlashForward, Chase and Hatfields & McCoys.