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Odafin Tutuola (credit only)
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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
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When it is suspected that an expert in forensics is responsible for the rape and murder a local student, the focus of the investigation hones in on a criminology professor that Cragen arrested decades earlier for similar crimes. It's then up to Cragen and his team to discover if the professor is the perpetrator or being set up by a bitter rival. Written by Anonymous

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When Captain Cragen returns to the crime scene while he is facing the camera the blue collar on his bullet proof vest is flipped up, obscuring the collar on his dress shirt. When the camera show Cragen from behind the vest collar is missing and the white collar of his dress shirt is fully visible. See more »

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Olivia Benson: [about Professor Vega] He was traveling with an older woman.
Elliot Stabler: How you get that?
Olivia Benson: Take a whiff. Lilies and roses. No woman under 60 wears this perfume.
Donald Cragen: Maybe Gabrielle has old-fashioned tastes.
Olivia Benson: Gabrielle wears sandalwood and bergamot.
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Olivia Benson: Women notice these things.
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Trying to live it down
29 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

Dann Florek takes center stage in this episode where a man whom he arrested for murder years ago who served his time is now a suspect again. James McDaniel who was thought to be a model of rehabilitation even now a university professor is thought to be a suspect in a recent homicide of a young woman whose body is found in Central Park.

Of course when McDaniel's name comes into the investigation Florek with the history he has zeroes in on him. Later on Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay find exculpatory evidence and the squad starts moving in the other direction.

The frame was a good one, but not good enough. McDaniel's quite good in the role of a man who can't escape his past.


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