Detective Benson claims that she is being framed for the brutal murder and mutilation of a biker, but how can she explain away the discovery of her DNA on the murder weapon?



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong) (credit only)
Brady Harrison
J. Robert Spencer ...
Joseph Soltice
Georgia Lyman ...
Officer Whitney Bowman


While in the park, a family stumbles upon the sexually mutilated body of Clyde Vandyne, a member of a biker gang known for prostitution and contract killing. To everyone's surprise, incriminating DNA evidence points to Detective Benson as the prime suspect. Munch and Fin investigate the murder, while Stabler fights to prove his partner's innocence. The detectives must find the missing link to both Vandyne's murder and Benson's involvement. Written by NBC Publicity

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18 November 2009 (USA)  »

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Olivia Benson's lawyer Trevor Langan is played by Peter Hermann, who is Mariska Hargatay's real-life husband. See more »


[Munch and Fin are at Death Knights Clubhouse]
Sergeant John Munch: What's wrong with you people?
Skull Dawg: You're blocking my shot.
Sergeant John Munch: If somebody cut off my buddy's manhood, I'd be tripping all over myself to help get the guy.
Gutter: Nobody here is gonna suck to the bulls. We'll handle this in-house.
Detective Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: Then we're just gonna have to put eyes on you guys 24/7. You think that'll be good for business?
Skull Dawg: What business? We're a friendly bike club, man.
Sergeant John Munch: Did anyone ever point out to you the grammatical error in your logo? The apostrophe is ...
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References He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983) See more »

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Suspenseful episode with an unexpected ending
28 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

I felt that this particular episode was incredibly suspenseful! I found myself getting nervous with the fact that Olivia was being framed and I was becoming more anxious and worried about how things were going to end up as the episode went on. I figured that everything would most likely end well, but after Olivia's DNA was confirmed a match on the murder weapon I had no idea how she was going to get out of that situation. The ending was a relief, however, but I can't help thinking that it was a little out there. I did, however, find it an unexpected twist that I definitely did not see coming. Another little detail that I loved about this episode was that Mariska's real life husband got to be her defense lawyer in the case. I thought that was adorable!

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