A rape and murder helps Benson and Stabler crack a case involving a serial rapist and killer from the 1970s. However, one copycat crime remains open when investigation reveals that the crime was committed by a woman.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Munch (credit only)
Odafin Tutuola (credit only)
Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
Susan Delzio
Rita Wills
Maude Monaghan (as Renee Taylor)
Cal Cutler
Mark Elliot Wilson ...
Morris Ostobow
Tamilla Woodard
Jenny Coswold
Ned Bogden


When a reporter is found dead, the team investigates and Cragen upon seeing the body sees something that makes him think she was killed by a serial killer who was active 30 years ago. They eventually find the man and when confronted he says it's not him because one of the victims he couldn't have killed. They check it out and while he killed the others the one he claims he didn't kill was made to look like he killed her. So they re investigate and learn the woman was married to a celebrity businessman who's a womanizer. They think they should focus on him but he's dead. They talk to a patrol cop who worked the original case. And they talk to all the women the man was with and none of them stand out. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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31 March 2010 (USA)  »

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When William Atherton (Ned Bogden) tells Mariska Hargitay (Det. Olivia Benson) that she is a 'good girl', the second time, there is a close up of him rubbing her shoulder and Mariska is clearly looking down at her Williams hands and her shoulders shrug. In the next shot with no time to look back down or lower her shoulders, Mariska is looking back down at the paperwork and her shoulders are lowered. See more »


Detective Olivia Benson: [to Susan] Those bitches didn't deserve your man, his wife didn't deserve your man!
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Ann-Margret's performance stole the show
24 April 2014 | by (Kigali, Rwanda) – See all my reviews

This episode had a particularly excellent cast of guest stars. Three in particular stood out for me - Jaclyn Smith, William Atherton, and Ann-Margret - however, Ann-Margret's performance stole the show! As in most similar shows, the killer becomes pretty obvious once they are introduced – but in this case, it was quite enjoyable to watch the discovery play out. It seemed much longer than most episodes, but I realised that that was because of the engaging characters that made the scenes bigger.

I'm not a huge fan of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - I only watch it on occasion but I must say, I am really glad I watched this one!

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