A woman claims rape by a wealthy scientist, but upon further investigations she's not as much as a victim as it appears.

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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
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Barclay Pallister
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A woman claims rape by a wealthy scientist, but upon further investigations she's not as much as a victim as it appears.

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27 September 2005 (USA)  »

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A crossover episode with Law & Order (1990), the storyline is resolved in Law & Order: Flaw (2005). See more »

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In Pallister's first interview with his lawyer present with Stabler and Benson, the lawyer refers to April as "the defendant." At that point, April had not yet been charged with any crime and was the one alleging his client of rape. The word he should have said was "complainant." See more »

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Dr. Melinda Warner: The only explanation is a technique called electro ejaculation.
Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: I don't like the sound of that.
Dr. Melinda Warner: [showing them a machine] Nothing to it. Insert this end in the rectum, an electric shock causes an involuntary ejaculation.
John Munch: Love used to be simpler.
Dr. Melinda Warner: The first procedure was done back in the '70s on a teenager who died in a motorcycle accident. His parents wanted grandchildren. It's called posthumous reproduction.
John Munch: The sperm from a corpse is viable?
Dr. Melinda Warner: If harvested within thirty hours.
Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: Will this thing work...
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This was an entertaining and complicated episode.
7 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Who played April Troost's father? He looked like Kenny Rogers!I looked to see if there were credits given to the actor and I did not see the character listed. This was a good and surprising episode. It was filled with many twists and turns and required that the viewer follow closely. I also noted that the character sounded like Kenny Rogers. While most episodes are clearly "whodunits" the plot slowly developed from the beginning when April appeared to be the presumed victim. She was sympathetic character under the story evolved into an unexpected twist when the character developed into a cunning, manipulative and conniving master con artist who worked in concert with her mother who who had obviously trained her daughter well. Seldom are we treated to such deeply developed characters in a one hour drama.


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