New A.D.A. Mikka Von is brought in to prosecute a case involving a professor accused of killing an attorney for a big cola company because their policies threaten free water supplies, but her first case may be her last.

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Detectives Benson and Stabler arrive on the scene where a woman is found dead in Bethesda Fountain. When her squeaky clean image doesn't match up with her promiscuous actions on the night of her murder, ADA Mikka Von encourages the cops to dig deeper into her past. When they find out that the woman was poisoned with toxic mushrooms, they suspect a crazed activist and professor is responsible. As the case develops, Benson and Stabler go to dangerous lengths to ensure that justice is served. Written by NBC Publicity

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Features an early television appearance by Melissa Benoist, before her breakout roles in Glee (2009) and Whiplash (2014). See more »

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Sassoon: That girl in the fountain was already dead when I cut her hair.
Detective Olivia Benson: Yeah, but not when you raped her. You're going down for that and murder.
Sassoon: No, no, I got a lullaby.
Detective Elliot Stabler: You want to sing us a few bars?
Sassoon: I was at Bananatrama all night.
Detective Elliot Stabler: That's an alibi, not a lullaby, you moron.
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16 November 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This one is a bit much. Yesterday I made sure when buying sodapop it was root beer with only 2% sugar content. We all have to read labels. But soda is a part of American culture whether the folks who wrote this SVU episode admit it or not.

The PR executive of a cola company is found drowned in a park. Later on video surfaces that shows said executive hot to trot and ready to get it on right there in Central Park. Lucy Owen's body shows that it was given a rather exotic quantity of mushrooms at a banquet earlier in the evening.

The verdict on Owen is mixed. Some regard her as a saint, some just good at her job, some as some kind of happy face put on a corporate monster.

In the end a rather odd pair of suspects are picked up, David Krumholtz a scientist and Amanda Fuller the screw-up heiress of the family who owned the cola company. What and how much culpability each has the crux of the episode.

There's also Rosemary Harris the grand dame of the cola company family who is one matriarch no one runs afoul of. She provides an interesting coda for the cola episode.


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