A little girl calls for help, claiming she's being held hostage, but the team has to keep her on the line to track her down.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Elliot Stabler (credit only)
Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong) (credit only)
Dr. Melinda Warner (credit only)
Richard Dwyer
Julia Ortiz
Jeanine Monterroza ...
Maria Recinos (voice)
Rachel Sorannis
Rachel Diaz-Stand ...
Maria Recinos
John Herrera ...
Consul Duarte Farias


A little girl calls for help, claiming she's being held hostage, but the team has to keep her on the line to track her down.

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4 October 2005 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Cragen mentions a hoax perpetrated in September 2004 by "Jessica." Jessica was supposedly a four-year-old girl in Paterson, New Jersey, whose mother had been hit and wasn't moving. She supplied the 911 operator with a wealth of information, none of which turned out to be true. Police searched desperately for the child, only to learn that the entire call was a hoax perpetrated by a seventeen-year-old girl. See more »


Maria tells Olivia that when she lived with her mother in Honduras, she had a cat named Chimichanga ("You know, like the food," she says). Chimichangas are an American invention, and while they can sometimes be found in northern parts of Mexico, they wouldn't exist in Honduras. See more »


John Munch: Tutuola! Come and pollute your soul with child porn, my friend!
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Featured in 12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2006) See more »

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A real tour de force for Mariska
5 August 2009 | by (Washington) – See all my reviews

An amazing episode all around, but especially so for the acting prowess of the unparalleled Mariska Hargitay as Detective Benson. With nothing but a voice to play off for most of the episode (and I kind of wonder if she even had ' 'that' ' - it could have easily been dubbed in later, with a script supervisor reading the lines during filming for timing), we see every side of the Benson character in this episode - sadness, compassion, pleading, rage, hope, relief, and about a million micro-emotions it's hard to even describe with words.

Formula TV can be great fun - goodness knows the Law & Order franchise depends on it - but this show really achieves its highest heights when it tells a story in a different, unique sort of way. This episode definitely constituted taking a chance, and it paid off big time.

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