Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 2, Episode 2

Honor (27 Oct. 2000)

TV Episode  -   -  Crime | Drama | Mystery
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The assault of an Afghan diplomat's daughter.

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The assault of an Afghan diplomat's daughter.

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During the opening credits, three guest stars are listed: Harvey Atkin, James Murtaugh, and Marshall Manesh. Two other guest stars are listed, then Atkin, Murtaugh, and Manesh are listed again. The dvd version has no such errors. See more »

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[after Fin tackles a running suspect]
Elliot Stabler: Nice Tackle.
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Starts Out Strong with a Predictable, Weak Finish
27 December 2008 | by (cleveland) – See all my reviews

The show started strong. The circumstances of the crime and perpetrator(s)'(s) motives were revealed at a good pace and was intriguing. Multiple plausible suspects and interference from other government(s) kept the plot moving along well, despite the omission of any Sidel plot lines (the SVU's personal lives). Half way through, this episode went downhill. The decision of one of the characters to change their actions seemed a bit unrealistic, given his/her cultural background. Given the character's change of course, the climax was predictable and left the SVU characters appearing very inept following the climax.

An atypical, below average showing for SVU.. 4/10 (I rate a typical SVU show 7/10)


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