One teenager is raped and another is imprisoned when they are thrown together by the manipulative adults in their lives whose sole motivations are celebrity and publicity for their own self-serving interests.

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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong) (credit only)
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Carolyn Spencer
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BJ Cameron
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Jessie Dawning
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Danny Spencer (as Ricky Ullman)
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Franco Marquez
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Attorney Shamal (as Lauren Vélez)
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One teenager is raped and another is imprisoned when they are thrown together by the manipulative adults in their lives whose sole motivations are celebrity and publicity for their own self-serving interests.

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12 October 2004 (USA)  »

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The two teens that snuck onto the Girl Undercover set say the third called himself Speed, "as if that is not made up!" - This is a reference to long-time SVU writer, Speed Weed. See more »

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On the phone and email pictures her panties were blue then when with lawyer in squad room the panties are pink or red. See more »

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A.D.A. Casey Novak: So you just read her a poem and she said 'that's nice, let's have sex'?
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Teen TV star raped, beaten
2 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Not quite ripped from the headlines, this episode has the viewer torn between an emancipated teen who shows more than her acting talent in her TV-MA television show and those that believe this trashy TV should only be shown after prime time.

Predictably, a right-wing television decency activist (was Tipper Gore right wing?) played by Dana Delany is eyed early in the episode as somehow being behind the evil deed. Even more predictably, Detective Munch sums up his liberal view of the world in a few bumper sticker like slogans regarding parents trying to protect their children from a nipple on the screen.

Without giving away any spoilers, you are run through the gamut of usual suspects to include the paparazzi, set crew, hospital staff, celebrity stalkers, shock jocks, etc.


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