Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 4, Episode 20

Dominance (4 Apr. 2003)

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A quadruple homicide with sexual overtones is just the start of an intense rampage of killings that brings a homicide detective into the mix. As the entire squad races against time to ... See full summary »

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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
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A quadruple homicide with sexual overtones is just the start of an intense rampage of killings that brings a homicide detective into the mix. As the entire squad races against time to prevent further victims, the evidence leads Tutuola and Deuthorn to a building superintendent, his two sons, and a cross to bear. Written by Anonymous

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Josh: [walking with woman at night] If the cab driver went the way I told him to, we wouldn't have gotten stuck in traffic.
Woman: [slightly out of breath] We should have taken the subway
[they begin ascending steps]
Josh: Body slamming my way onto the number nine and with the great unwashed? No, thanks!
Woman: You're a snob.
[rings bell and sighs]
Woman: We're so late, I'm sure they started dinner without us.
[rings bell again]
Josh: Come on, guys!
Woman: Take it easy, Josh. I'm sure they're in the back by the dining room.
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Some serious rage
22 January 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

One of the best episodes of SVU ever done was this one where Erik Paladino made a second appearance as Detective David Duethorn who along with the SVU squad is investigating a multiple homicide. Some scene awaited all of them when they found a dinner party where two men and two women were found in a state of undress, all of them having been raped and sodomized before being shot. The perpetrator here is working off some serious rage.

And before the episode is done 11 people will die in the same grisly manner.

The investigation leads to one dysfunctional family with serious issues. Father Frank Langella is an abused parent who works as a super in one of those upper East Side buildings that the rich have apartments in. He's an alcoholic whose elder kid Ian Somerholder uses as a punching bag when nothing else is around.

Somerholder is boiling with rage, accumulated for years of being thought of as just hired help by the rich tenants. And younger brother Jason Ritter is totally dominated by Somerholder.

All three, Somerholder, Ritter, and Langella give unforgettable performances as the dysfunctional Baker family who also on top of everything else have some girl hostages stowed away. I wouldn't miss this episode as these three players really shine.


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