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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Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
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Martin Gold
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Enzo Cooke
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Terri Dunne
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Greg Dunne
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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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Huang takes a job-threatening chance
5 November 2009 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

In an episode centered around the death of teenager, Dr. Huang (B.D. Wong)takes center stage as he becomes personally involved with one of the suspects: a drug-addicted young man, the victim's boyfriend. Other suspects include the girl's father and her psychiatrist.

The character of Dr. Huang, who has been featured prominently in previous episodes, gets to be more than just the "voice of reason"; he becomes a "man of action" as he jeopardizes his career to help the boy and reveal the psychiatrist's false treatment of his patients, who have included the boy and the deceased girl.

This installment lapses at times but has a satisfying resolution and features a standout performance from the actor playing the young addict.


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