A band of teenage siblings attack and sodomize a teenage girl, who is a gifted piano student at a prestigious high school in Harlem. When Warner identifies the attackers as overweight, ... See full summary »

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A band of teenage siblings attack and sodomize a teenage girl, who is a gifted piano student at a prestigious high school in Harlem. When Warner identifies the attackers as overweight, Detective Stabler and his new partner, Detective Lucius Blaine, track down the siblings -- who claim they attacked the victim to avenge an attack on their morbidly obese brother. Written by Alex

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2 May 2006 (USA)  »

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Anthony Anderson and Omar Benson Miller,also worked together in the first Transformer movie (2007). See more »

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Captain Donald Cragen: You're a good cop. But God knows how Olivia put up with you for so long.
Det. Elliot Stabler: [cynically] Yeah well, Olivia's a saint.
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An episode that covers a variety of topics
12 July 2009 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

If one is looking for an SVU installment that throws in everything including the kitchen sink, "Fat" is just one of those. The show addresses self-esteem issues, harassment, sodomy, irresponsibility on the part of companies that aim at children, parental neglect as a result of long working hours, funding cuts in schools, marital strife, and even allows Detective Stabler (Chris Meloni) a chance to bear his soul at Confessional.

The show also featured guest Anthony Anderson as a one-time partner for Stabler while regular Mariska Hargitay was undergoing recuperation from surgery. The clashes between Anderson's character and the hot-tempered Stabler allow both actors to stretch their acting, as well as physical, muscles.

Perhaps, Anderson's performance here led to him being hired for SVU's parent show "Law & Order" two seasons later.


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