Law & Order: Season 16, Episode 2

Flaw (28 Sep. 2005)

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The death of a con-man who tried to call Olivia Benson just before he was murdered brings Olivia and Fin to the assistance of Fontana and Green, and leads to a slippery mother/daughter team.

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The death of a con-man who tried to call Olivia Benson just before he was murdered brings Olivia and Fin to the assistance of Fontana and Green, and leads Olivia back to her old nemesis - slippery mother/daughter team Lorraine Dillon and April Troost. Written by Anonymous

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Yet another instance of when an actor, having made a one-off appearance as one character, is brought into the L&O series as a regular cast-member. In this episode Milena Govich plays "Geneva" and was later to join the series as "Nina Cassady". See more »

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15 January 2011 | by (Bismarck, North Dakota USA) – See all my reviews

Another well-written, directed, and acted episode is greatly enhanced by the efforts of two fine actresses: Estella Warren and Lynda Carter. It's worth seeing this episode if for no other reason than to see these two bring their characters to life, whether they be acting apart, or against each other. Brilliantly played. These are two characters I loved to hate so much, that I seriously think they could carry their own twisted television series. The characters are a perfect example of people who care absolutely not a whit for anyone but themselves, able to switch their 'emotions' on and off at the drop of a hat. Watching the law slowly bring them to justice was truly a pleasure, as these two women made excellent adversaries for the protagonists. I would sincerely love to see these women work together again, whether it be in this series or another, or even in film.


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