Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 3, Episode 20

Greed (26 Apr. 2002)

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A man comes home to find the newly installed alarm system off, what looks like a burglary without a break-in, and his wealthy wife bloodied on the kitchen floor. The couple's maid was ... See full summary »

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A man comes home to find the newly installed alarm system off, what looks like a burglary without a break-in, and his wealthy wife bloodied on the kitchen floor. The couple's maid was locked out of her apartment after work until her live-in, limo-driver boyfriend came home at 4AM because he had taken her keys instead of his own "by mistake". On investigation, a rape/burglary from two weeks earlier is found elsewhere, also with a new alarm system and no evidence of break-in. Written by Anonymous

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A pair of slick Canadians
31 July 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Henry Winkler and Sherri Parker-Lee play a couple of slick Canadian con artists each married to a wealthy widow/widower and both are working in tandem to defraud their spouses. Part of that involves Winkler's spouse Mary Beth Hurt nearly being killed in a rape attack and Parker-Lee also being 'assaulted'.

These two are slick, especially Winkler who is first discovered to be culpable through forensics. These two went out of their way to frame a young kid played by Alex Feldman who is working as a locksmith to pay his college tuition. They are a heartless pair.

Forensics leads the SVU squad to the right parties, but cooperation of the spouses is essential. Roy Thinnes who thought he hit a jackpot trophy wife in Parker-Lee cooperates. But Hurt is in a state of total denial. And Winkler works the spousal privilege angle as if he went to law school.

Justice is obtained, these two do make a fatal mistake, but you have to watch this episode to see what it is. Winkler is some piece of work and he dominates the story.


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