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Wrong Is Right 

Detective Stabler's daughter witnesses a gory crime scene involving a murdered man who had a secret life. Meanwhile, a new ADA is assigned to the unit while Stabler and Jeffries come under review by the department.

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Kathy Stabler
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Detective Stabler's daughter witnesses a gory crime scene involving a murdered man who had a secret life. Meanwhile, a new ADA is assigned to the unit while Stabler and Jeffries come under review by the department.

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20 October 2000 (USA)  »

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This episode marks the first appearance of Ice-T as Odafin "Fin" Tutuola and Stephanie March as A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot. Also, this is Michelle Hurd's last appearance as Monique Jefferies as part of the main cast. See more »

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In the one of the last shots, Monique Jeffries says to Odafin Tutuola "Well, try my side of the moment", and then she turns and walks away. In the next shot you can see Tutuola as if he's watching her walk away, but on the edges of the screen you can see Jeffries' hair and part of her hand holding Tutuola's necklace. There's also someone else (possibly Olivia Benson) suddenly standing to his left. However, on the dvd version no such error occurs. See more »

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Detective Elliot Stabler: [to Danny] You think Michael liked what Andrew was doing to him?
Danny Burrell: You tell me. The guy's 6'2, benches what, 220 pounds? He could've kicked his ass if he didn't like him doing him.
Detective Elliot Stabler: Michael was only eight when he started doing him. Eight year olds can't fight back. Now you tell me where a sixteen-year-old's supposed to turn to when his best friend turns on him.
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One of the Best
30 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

This is probably the episode that got me hooked on this show. The actors do an awesome job, especially Christopher Meloni, you honestly feel the pain Stabler is going through. and what do ya know, one of Munch's conspiracy hunches pays off. It also contained one of my favorite Munch quotes when he replies to the gov't stiff by saying "What are the chances you have a picture of Senator Joesph McCarthy tattooed on your ass". This was also Stephanie March's first appeariance on the show. It's interesting to watch the Detectives try to mesh with the new ADA. A lot more I could mention, but it would spoil the whole show for anyone who hasn't seen it.


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