This one seems inevitable. If Stabler is back with the NYPD, there is no way that a case won’t come up that leads to him crossing paths with his former partner and the squad.
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FBI's OA & Chicago P.D.
Now that OA has seen how Hailey works — and commented on Chicago PD in the news — why not have him head to her city for a case? He can see Intelligence in action and maybe even give the pizza a try and offer his opinion like Hailey did about New York’s.
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Chicago P.D.'s Voight & FBI
Voight sent Hailey to New York after she crossed another line, but as Spiridakos pointed out, Hailey’s arc is like seeing the sergeant before he became the man he is on P.D. Why not see what his relationship is like with the force he sent Hailey to? We’ve seen him working with SVU‘s Olivia, but it could be interesting to see how he, Isobel, and Jubal work together.
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Chicago P.D. & FBI: Most Wanted
It has to only be a matter of time before the Fugitive Task Force catches a case that leads them to Chicago — and to cross paths with Intelligence in the process.
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Chicago P.D.'s Hailey and/or Burgess & Law & Order: SVU
We’ve already seen Erin work with Olivia and SVU, and Hailey just got a taste of New York for the first time. Hailey will be back in Chicago when the new season begins, but why not have a case bring her back? We’ve seen Burgess come a long way since the beginning of P.D., and we’d love to see what she can do away from Intelligence with the SVU squad.
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FBI's Maggie & Law & Order: SVU
Maggie’s current undercover gig could always lead to her crossing paths with SVU for some reason. Or, once she returns, it would be quite easy for her — or even the entire show — and SVU to cross over. After all, they’re both located in New York, and all it would take is one connection during a case.
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FBI: Most Wanted & One Chicago
It would be so easy for Most Wanted to be tracking a fugitive who just so happens to be an arsonist, bringing in Fire and then Med with the victims. And of course, P.D. could easily get involved during the investigation.
When Dick Wolf's shows cross over, it almost always feels seamless.