Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 11, Episode 7

Users (4 Nov. 2009)

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A controversial therapist goes under the microscope after a teenage girl under his care is killed. During the investigation, Dr. Huang risks his medical license to rescue a heroin addict who is also under his care.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
Martin Gold
Enzo Cooke
Terri Dunne
James Colby ...
Greg Dunne
Ramsey Vickers
A.J. Dunne


After a crime scene photo of a murdered teenage girl rapidly becomes an Internet phenomenon, the police initiate an investigation with the victim's father, Greg Dunne. When Greg points the detectives towards Martin Gold, his daughter's suspicious therapist, it turns out that Gold's alibi is airtight. While Fin and Munch are busy tracking down the girl's stolen credit card, Dr. Melinda Warner and Detective Elliot Stabler discover that one of Gold's other patients has broken into the morgue. The case takes an unexpected turn, revealing a sinister prescription for murder at the hands of unlikely suspects. Written by NBC Publicity

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[last lines]
Enzo Cooke: I'm clean, Martin. And you can rot in jail.
Martin Gold: You gave him Ibocane. You'll lose your license. I'm reporting you.
Dr. George Huang: I already reported myself. Thirty days' suspension of my license. It was worth it.
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Dr. Huang takes a risk
4 January 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The murder of a young teen girl in an SRO hotel leads the SVU squad on to a sleazy therapist who has a great line and therefore access to some big bucks. The girl was a problem at home so her parents hearing about what a success that James Frain was consigned her to his career. He and his 'patients' all live together in nice style. Quite frankly it's a fashionable cult.

BD Wong makes it a personal crusade to bust this guy. Frain's having sex with the girls and even turning them out, as for the boys he's got them addicted to drugs. One of them is Ryan Kelley who is hooked on heroin and on a vicious cycle of dependency.

It's Kelley who turn out to be the key for getting Frain. But he has to come clean. It's here where Wong takes a risk and all I'll say it's one indictment of our pharmaceutical industry.

Frain is one scary dude. But an impressionable teen might find him charismatic. That's why he's so scary.

This episode belongs to be BD Wong.

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