Well, he always said he'd be back.
The drama series is planning to use the former Governator's recent newsmaking as inspiration for an upcoming episode, according to TVLine.
Now before you go and start planning a viewing party with your friends, as per the show's M.O., the ep won't be an exact replica of Ah-nold's real-life situation.
In the SVU version, which is set in the tony world of New York City high society, the players include a charming dude named Andrew Raines, a muscled-up former action star philanthropist in his 50s, and wife Kathleen, a fierce lady who is more than willing to get nasty if she is provoked.
Then she gets provoked. She discovers that her wonderful husband had an affair with someone in their inner circle which resulted in—gasp—a lovechild!
Can't wait to see what happens next, but we'll try to be patient for the fall airing of the episode.
In the meantime, a show rep declined to comment, but told TV Line that "SVU is fiction."