Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 3, Episode 13

Prodigy (18 Jan. 2002)

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A deaf burglar leads to discovery of two bodies in a marina park: a male with a pacemaker, BAC of .17 and open trousers; and a violated headless and handless younger female who turns out to... See full summary »

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A deaf burglar leads to discovery of two bodies in a marina park: a male with a pacemaker, BAC of .17 and open trousers; and a violated headless and handless younger female who turns out to be an undercover officer whose duty included locating perpetrators of cruelty to animals. Written by Anonymous

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Elliot Stabler: Tidy...
Olivia Benson: It could use a splash of color.
Elliot Stabler: [points to black, gray, white and red painting on the wall] There ya are...
Olivia Benson: Blood red wasn't what I had in mind.
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Stone Cold Killer
15 June 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Michael Pitt's performance as an animal abuser and would be serial killer in the making dominates this episode of SVU. The squad catches a case involving the death of a police officer, staged to look like a sex crime in Central Park. The investigation leads them to a kid who is seriously disturbed played by Pitt.

As Benson and Stabler both observe, you start with animals and soon enough you'll graduate to people. The issue here though is has Pitt graduated yet?

To find out whether he has I would suggest you watch this episode. You'll see a fine performance by Pitt as a truly amoral psychotic, a stone cold killer


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