A young man with an 80 IQ confesses to committing a murder. However, assistant DA Southerlyn suspects that a beautiful but manipulative woman he was trying to impress may have talked him into his plea.

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Lennie Briscoe
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Ed Green
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Anita Van Buren
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Tina Montoya
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Robbie Delgado (as Chandler Adrian Parker)
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Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
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Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
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Dean Connors
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Darren Tarlow
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Derek Greer
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Judge Antonia Mellon
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Judge Ian Feist
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A young man with an 80 IQ confesses to committing a murder. However, assistant DA Southerlyn suspects that a beautiful but manipulative woman he was trying to impress may have talked him into his plea.

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Olivet states that Robby has an IQ of 80, putting him in the functional range where he can hold a job, get along in society, etc. Most standardized IQ tests have standard deviations between 15 and 24, meaning that in all of them, 80 would be within average limits and would not be considered low- or mid-functioning. What is Olivet is describing would more likely be an IQ of between 55 and 70. See more »

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A.D.A. Serena Southerlyn: He wouldn't be the first person with an 80 IQ to confess to a felony.
Jack McCoy: Or to have a room on death row.
D.A. Arthur Branch: What I don't get is why his attorney didn't have him tested before he invited our shrinks to sit down with him.
Jack McCoy: Two words: Dean Connors.
D.A. Arthur Branch: Is that supposed to ring a bell?
Jack McCoy: Dean's not a bad sort, he's just morally opposed to hard work. I don't think he's tried a case in ten years.
D.A. Arthur Branch: You gotta love a fighter who won't throw a punch.
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The Games of Seduction
3 September 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Throughout the show, one with a mature level of perspicacity will notice that some people behave on seduction - like a good looking, young, suave and charming "witch".

Additionally, one will notice that the less intelligently-inclined are easily judged and gratuitously manipulated.

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How strong is the wise man?

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In this episode, we see how the relationship between a father and a daughter can be deadly sour.

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The most funny part is a the end when the keys drop... Ah! Chivalry.


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