The squad investigates a serial rapist targeting women on subways. Meanwhile, Benson begins dating an ambitious crime reporter.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Elliot Stabler (as Chris Meloni)
Jen Caulder
Sal Avelino
Bruce Abbott
Detective Greenberg
Angel David ...
Uniform Policeman
CPA Schreiber
Nick Ganzner


The squad investigates a serial rapist targeting women on subways. Meanwhile, Benson begins dating an ambitious crime reporter.

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28 April 2000 (USA)  »

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Reiko Aylesworth, who guest stars as an ADA, was a finalist for the role of Olivia Benson. See more »


In the opening scene of this episode, we see the Jen Adler (played by guest star Nicole Sullivan) on the New York City Subway talking on her cell phone. When this episode was produced (and, still to the day of this comment, in 2010), cell phones do not receive reception in the New York City subway system. See more »


Dr. Audrey Jackson: [watching Benson & Stabler questioning a rape suspect] He feels guilty about something.
Capt. Donald Cragen: Maybe he's Catholic. He'd feel guilty about everything.
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Graduated to rape
5 September 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This episode of SVU has the squad in search of a rapist, one who has recently graduated to rape. Previously he had been a subway groper and there are a lot of his victims out there. The squad only has managed to link eight other subway gropings to this victim.

At first they have the wrong guy. Not that Bruce Bohne from South Dakota hasn't a few issues, but he turns out to be the wrong guy for this guy and the other victims are not real good on picking him or anyone else out of a lineup.

It's amazing how some perpetrators think they've got some kind of cosmic connection to their victims. When they finally get the right guy Sal Viscuso he has a climatic confrontation scene with his victim that will freak you out as much as the victim.

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