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But by putting him center-stage in the finale, fans will get the opportunity to better know the man whom Leight established alongside Alex Cabbott (Stephanie March) as one of the franchise's best ADAs."I think people who watch the show feel as though they have an advocate in him who is not going to bend over too often," Esparza says of Barba's legacy.
"The ADAs in these stories are relegated to coming on and saying things like, 'it can't be done.' Barba comes on and says, 'we're going to fight this out,' or, 'if it can't be done, I'm going to figure out a way to do it my way.' And I've read a lot from fans online saying they feel that they've got someone fighting now, an ADA who doesn't bend over but who picks up the knife and runs into the fray."And the fact that it's a Cuban character that I'm playing just makes that extra delicious for me," he adds.
As the SVU squad investigates corrupt corrections officer Gary Munsun (Brad Garrett), Barba begins receiving death threats.
The two investigations weave in and out of each other throughout the two-part finale, leading to moments of both great joy and great tragedy.
Now he's leaving to focus on a three-year development deal with Sony, and his departure has "I'm hopeful, but of course cautious about what the future brings, because that's how it works," Esparza says.
"This is the man who created Barba walking away."Based on Leight and Esparza's close relationship, it makes sense that the showrunner's final episodes are Barba-centric.
The case also puts Barba in a dangerously foreign situation, where his typical tactics only make things worse for himself."He's a smartass," Esparza explains.
In 2013, the actress opened up to about her sexuality, saying, "I've gone both ways. I am too f*cking curious to sit here and not try when I can. So are chicks." Once Christina Aguilera shed her "Genie in a Bottle" image, the pop star has been upfront about her fluid sexuality. My husband and I check in with each other, but I definitely love women.
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The actress has openly talked about being attracted to and dating women: "A woman and a woman together are beautiful, just as a man and a woman together are beautiful.
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