Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 6, Episode 9

Weak (30 Nov. 2004)

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Benson enlists the help of a former cop turned psychiatrist in apprehending a serial rapist and murderer who attacks disabled women.

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Benson enlists the help of a former cop turned psychiatrist in apprehending a serial rapist and murderer who attacks disabled women.

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Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: [Questioning suspect] Have you ever had a girlfriend?
Thomas Mathers: Lots of guys don't find the right girl.
Detective Olivia Benson: That's true. I mean... Being single's not easy.
Thomas Mathers: You would not look at me twice if I asked you out. You would not give me the time of day, so don't pretend you understand what I'm going through. I don't need your pity.
Detective Elliot Stabler: You're just looking for the right girl. And one day you'll rape her and live happily ever after.
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Psych Consultant
5 February 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The SVU squad gets a psychologist consultant when B.D. Wong is away on assignment. It's Mary Stuart Masterson who would repeat her role as Dr. Rebecca Hendrux on several more episodes.

A rapist starts working a certain neighborhood and targeting the most vulnerable, people with disabilities of some kind. His fifth victim ends up a homicide.

Where Masterson becomes necessary is with the fourth victim, schizophrenic played by Amanda Plummer. Plummer gets to really chew the scenery, but the role does call for it.

In the end forensics and a little detective work by Christopher Meloni nails the suspect who is not one you would normally think of as raping women. In fact Masterson is a former cop, but who quit the force for medicine. She and Mariska Hargitay went to the academy together, but she gets a better rapport with Meloni.

Interesting how the perpetrator was brought to justice in this episode.


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