Elliott thinks a possible rape victim is lying to enhance her divorce settlement. But Olivia thinks it's a sign of her husband's escalating violence, and believes that Stabler's judgment is clouded because of his divorce.

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Benson and Stabler are called in to investigate an alleged rape of a woman by her soon-to-be ex-husband, against whom she has previously received a restraining order. But when their teenage daughter is caught in the crossfire, the woman recants, leaving Benson and Stabler struggling to separate their feelings about the case from their personal lives. As the case wears on, the conflict escalates, but will the detectives be able to make it through together? Written by svu.watcher.99

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Michael Michele (Valerie Sennet) and Peter Gerety (Judge Harrison) both starred along Richard Belzer (Det. John Munch) on Homicide: Life on the Street (1993), as Det. Rene Sheppard and Det. Stuart Gharty, respectively. Their characters and that of Richard Belzer never met on {Burned (#8.11)}, perhaps to avoid confusion. See more »

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Detective Olivia Benson: You have the right to keep your mouth shut!
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When Loves Goes Bad
17 November 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

In this episode of SVU Benson and Stabler part ways on who they should be investigating in a domestic and custodial dispute. At issue is the custody of young Tiffany Evans between her estranged parents Blair Underwood a hip hop artist and Michael Michele. Both look enough like Sean Combs and Mariah Carey so that SVU had to put a disclaimer at the beginning of the story.

In this seriously escalating battle of the sexes, Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay come down on the side of their respective genders. Who is at fault in the end? Let us say that when love turns sour people really can get wacky.

Two outstanding performances by Underwood and Michele as the couple for which there will be no happy ever after ending.


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