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When a college student claims rape and her professor claims it was consensual sex, Stabler and Benson find themselves in the middle of a he said, she said battle, trying to decide whether to believe the alleged victim, or the alleged perpetrator who claimed she liked it rough. Benson sides with the victim, whereas Stabler finds himself wondering if the accused professor is telling the truth about being innocent, especially after the woman falsely accuses Stabler of touching her inappropriately. Stabler has bigger problems on his hands; his wife, Kathy, has moved out and taken their children. Written by Anonymous

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When detectives interview Jenny she's painting the left leg of a large structure. There's no paint on the right leg. At the end of the interview a large section of the right leg is painted and Jenny did not have time to paint it. See more »

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Elliot Stabler: What's your name, sir?
Ron Polikoff: Ron Polikoff. I know Myra. Is she okay?
Elliot Stabler: She says she was raped. Know anything about that, Mr. Polikoff?
Ron Polikoff: She's going to say I did it.
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There were three endings.
24 March 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Sorry, but you're mistaken. Actually, there were three endings.

So in fact..

This episode was actually good, but your network obviously missed out on something.

The original NBC network let users vote online considering the ending, and they showed the one with the most votes.

Guilty was 20%, (they thought it was rape). Innocent was 60%, (they thought it was consensual). Mis-trial was 20%, (they needed more information).

So just a little message to whoever-you-were, I'd just like you to give SVU another try, and I sincerely hope that you won't be disappointed. Although some episodes are better than others, if you had seen the ending of this episode, I'm certain that you would have had a different view on it.

No, they do not all end like this.

Once again, I sincerely hope that you give it another try. :)


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