Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 12, Episode 13

Mask (12 Jan. 2011)

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Stabler goes undercover as a sex addict to catch a predator after the daughter of a respected sexual psychotherapist is attacked. The therapist, however, is reluctant to cooperate and suspects that he may be responsible.



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Sergeant John Munch (credit only)
Dr. Melinda Warner (credit only)
Clay Gibson
Dr. Brett Kincaid
Jennifer Roszell ...


Debbie Shields comes home to find her partner Ann Jackson being raped by a man wearing a haunting mask. Shields contacts Ann's father to notify him of her critical condition. As detectives Benson and Stabler interrogate Ann's father, Captain Jackson, his sordid past is revealed filled with sexual and alcohol addiction. Jackson's new role as a sex therapist is hindering the detectives from getting the information they need to solve the case and if Jackson won't comply, the detectives are going to have to get creative. Written by NBC Publicity

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Stabler goes undercover
1 May 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Jeremy Irons plays a psychiatrist who treats sex addicts in group therapy who is also the father of a daughter who was attacked and raped and barely survived the ordeal. As a matter of confidentiality he won't give out the names of his patients. So the SVU squad takes matters into their own hands with Christopher Meloni going undercover as a patient.

There are a lot of good suspects here, not all of them patients by any means. It is clear that someone is using this group as some kind of hunting ground. Not only here, but in other areas where Irons has treated people.

There are a few good red herrings in the cast, the suspect is not immediately apparent.

Irons who won an Oscar for Reversal Of Fortune does a fine job as a man torn between concerns for his daughter and professional obligations. He's worth seeing this episode for.

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