Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 7, Episode 18

Venom (28 Mar. 2006)

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Detecitve Tutuola is torn between his work and family when his son, Ken, is implicated in a crime. While investigating, Detectives Benson and Stabler find themselves with a much bigger crime

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Fin is torn between his family and "the system" when his son Ken is roughed up and arrested for digging in a vacant lot late at night. Benson and Stabler question Ken, who claims he was drawn to the site after overhearing a stranger's murder confession while out with his troubled cousin Darius. The story is weak, prompting suspicion and a deeper investigation that leads to an unsolved double homicide - and the realization Ken and Darius have more in common than Fin even suspected. Written by Alex

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Captain Donald Cragen: Nobody in my department cuts corners or goes for an easy close.
Detective Odafin "Fin" Tutuola: And that's your opinion, Captain?
Captain Donald Cragen: And for your son's sake, you better be grateful it's the only thing that matters.
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one of the best villainous performances in SVU's history
20 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Of course, the name that stands out in this episode is that of Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, the rapper/actor from Crash and Hustle & Flow. Luda gives a wonderful performance opposite the SVU cast. His ability as an actor is very high, almost at the same level as his rapping ability (really good). This is one of the few episodes revolving around Detective Fin, as it implicates his son in the crime. A woman has gone missing, along with her child, and they are feared dead. After the husband is clear of suspicion, detectives uncover that Detective Fin's son, ex-wife, and nephew (Bridges) may all be involved somehow. All in all, this is one of SVU's best episodes because the acting is phenomenal, the plot is original and unpredictable, and plus, how can you not like Luda?


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