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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When Benson and Stabler are standing next to the van asking the locksmith for permission to search it, the boom mic is reflected on the surface of the van. See more »

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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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