The case involves the beating of a seven-months-pregnant woman, whose unborn child has been torn from her body via a primitive cesarean section. Among the many witnesses questioned is the ... See full summary »

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Alexandra Cabot
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Odafin Tutuola
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Donald Cragen
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Dr. Richard Manning
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The case involves the beating of a seven-months-pregnant woman, whose unborn child has been torn from her body via a primitive cesarean section. Among the many witnesses questioned is the woman's husband, a psychiatrist with several devastating secrets and knows more about his wife's beating than he's willing to admit. Written by Brian Rathjen <briguy_52732@yahoo.com>

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Bobby Canavale is an extra in the first court scene (subtitled date "Wednesday, December 12"). He can be seen sitting directly behind Elliot Stabler at the end of the scene. See more »

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Dr. George Huang: You know, most animal species aren't monogomous.
Detective John Munch: That would explain my whole marital history.
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Comedic actor gives a rare glimpse of his dramatic skills
29 June 2009 | by See all my reviews

The late John Ritter, mostly known for his comedic turns in the classic "Three's Company" and the most recent "8 Simple Rules," had a brilliant dramatic turn as an arrogant doctor who becomes the chief suspect in the death of his pregnant wife. Ritter is superb as a man so self-centered that he feels that he is above the law. He and regular cast member Chris Meloni have a powerful confrontation, allowing both actors a chance to show their skills.

As always, there is a "Law & Order twist, and this one is a stunning jaw-dropper.

Ritter was truly deserving of an Emmy nomination if not the award itself.


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