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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Olivia Benson: So what do we got?
Detective Ed Green: I'm not sure. Now, you didn't get any strange phone calls last night? Any messages, anything logged in as a miscall?
Olivia Benson: No. And you're certain that your vic was trying to call me?
Detective Joe Fontana: His life flashed before his eyes. You were the star player.
Olivia Benson: And you say his name is Patrick Sullivan?
Detective Ed Green: Ring any bells?
Olivia Benson: None.
Detective Joe Fontana: Maybe his face will.
Olivia Benson: [Green pulls back the sheet over the victim] Never seen him before in my life.
Detective Joe Fontana: Which begs the question...
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References Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999) See more »

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