Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 12, Episode 2

Bullseye (22 Sep. 2010)

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Benson and Stabler reluctantly get help from a neighborhood vigilante group leader to help find out which registered sex offender may have raped two young girls.

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Detectives Benson and Stabler are called to the hospital after a 10-year-old girl is raped. They arrive to find her so traumatized that she cannot even tell them her name. With the help of Detectives Odafin Tutuola and John Munch, they are able to identify the young victim. But they soon realize that her home life is far from normal as Dr. George Huang discovers that her mother suffers from a rare condition that renders her unable to recognize that the young girl is, in fact, her daughter. When the detectives find themselves without a lead, Erik Weber, a man they met on their previous case, decides to get involved. But he may be overstepping his bounds. Written by NBC Publicity

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Jeff Samonsky: [Benson just unplugged the controllers from the gaming console, startling the Samonsky's out of the game they were playing] WHOA! Where the hell'd you come from?
Detective Elliot Stabler: The real word. Join us.
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The second-half of the 12th season premiere has its "moments"
22 September 2010 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

Henry Ian Cusick returns as Erik Weber, a man falsely suspected of being a pedophile who assists the detectives in the pursuit of a serial rapist of little girls.

There are a few "surprises" in the hunt to find the actual perpetrator as well as "hint" that Cusick's character would like to become more involved with Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay).

However, that is short-lived as the ending reveals that all is not as it appears to me...and the last few minutes of the show end with a "shock" that isn't that big of a revelation.

Broadway actress Anita Gillette makes a return as a presiding judge.


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