Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 6, Episode 5

Outcry (26 Oct. 2004)

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A missing teenager found beaten and tied up in a college dormitory under construction claims that she was raped by three students, but as the investigation proceeds and information obtained... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong) (credit only)
Ronald McCain
Jamie Barrigan
Mike Tucker
Alice McCain


A missing teenager found beaten and tied up in a college dormitory under construction claims that she was raped by three students, but as the investigation proceeds and information obtained by the police and the press causes her story to unravel quickly, the girl recants. Since Benson remains convinced that a rape did occur, the focus of the investigation shifts to the girl's overly-protective stepfather who has resisted the investigation from its onset. When the girl finally tells the truth about the attack, it becomes apparent that her lies were calculated to protect her innocent stepfather from physical and financial ruin, as another victim of her attacker comes forward. Written by Anonymous

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When Tandi is being put into the ambulance at the beginning, you hear her begging her father, but in the couple of seconds you see her being wheeled past, her mouth doesn't move. See more »


Detective Olivia Benson: Tandi is too young and too traumatized to think for herself right now.
Elliot Stabler: So you're thinking for her, is that it?
Detective Olivia Benson: What else could I do?
[Elliot says nothing]
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Keeps changing her account
15 February 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

In this SVU episode it's a good thing that Olivia Benson believed in this particular teenage victim. In this story Amanda Seyfried changed her account twice at least and embellishes quite a bit. Maybe if the media hadn't gotten a hold of the story things might have worked out better. But when that happens you'd better stick to the one story and it better be right because nothing can be taken back.

Robert Clohessy is her stepfather and usually he's playing all kinds of lout type characters. He's a bit of one here and both Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay look at him for a while. But he's just protective of her.

In the end we find out that Seyfried has also been most protective of him as well.

Word to the wise, tell the truth and tell it consistently.

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