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Lilly's team re-investigates the 1982 murder of a man who was killed after being accused of date rape by several female college students.

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John Stillman
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Regie Kunze '82
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Karin Hensley '82
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Tessie Bartram '82 (as Nikki DeLoach)
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Regie Kunze '07
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Lilly's team re-investigates the 1982 murder of a man who was killed after being accused of date rape by several female college students.

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25 November 2007 (USA)  »

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Mike was explicitly said to have been killed on the night of graduation, which was dated May 18, 1982 in the caption at the start. However his headstone gives his date of death as May 29, 1982. See more »

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Lilly Rush: Somewhere girls could communicate in private... a bathroom stall?
Will Jeffries: [chuckles] Old-school chatroom, for men AND women.
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Save A Prayer
Written by Simon Le Bon (uncredited), John Taylor (uncredited), Roger Taylor (uncredited), Andy Taylor (uncredited) and Nick Rhodes (uncredited)
Performed by Duran Duran
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informative though historically not quite accurate
25 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

This is an excellent episode for teenage daughters to watch to learn about the dangers of rape and how quickly a Dr. Jekyll type guy every girl dreams of can turn into a Mr Hyde that is every girl's nightmare. It has just one problem: It was cast in the wrong time period. I went to college in the late 70s-mid 80s and I can tell you that by 1982 there was much more knowledge and understanding about rape than is pictured here. For instance, the lack of understanding that rape is an act of violence and not an act of sex, the girls blaming themselves, the police and administration unwilling to do anything, girls being blamed for what they wore, or bringing guys to their apartments, etc..this was not part of the 80s time frame...now if the episode had been cast in the early to mid 70s it would have been far more accurate as the understanding at that time was much like was pictured here... nonetheless the episode has redeeming value as stated above....


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