An abandoned baby case leads SVU to a "reproductive abuser" who has over 20 children.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Munch (credit only)
Dr. George Huang (credit only)
Dr. Melinda Warner (credit only)
Donald Cragen (credit only)
Ken Turner
Dr. Audrey Shelton
Imelda Barros
Wade Fisk
Anne James ...
Dede Aston


An abandoned baby case leads SVU to a "reproductive abuser" who has over 20 children.

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4 May 2011 (USA)  »

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Charles II
7 April 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Back in the 17th century the Merry Monarch Charles II reportedly had something like 35 illegitimate children that could be accounted for. And on this SVU episode John Stamos, former Assistant District Attorney and now with a high powered Wall Street firm is looking to break that record like Barry Bonds was doing to Ruth and Aaron. He must have been on something good, a combination of testosterone and steroids.

The case of an abandoned infant, adopted by Lori Singer leads the SVU squad to Stamos who is keeping company with Singer who is a well to do career woman. But status has nothing to do with whom he mates with, he was even doing nanny Marta Milans when Singer was away.

But has he broken any laws by doing that? Apparently not though the highlight of the story is when Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay confront with about 20 angry women from the New York metropolitan area, all with his bambinos.

Stamos is priceless in his reaction. It was a privilege for them to be bearing his kids like he was the monarch of his world. He modestly tells the SVU squad they haven't scratched the surface yet. But his little swimmers have taken their last plunge when he's found dead in an alley in what is a most gruesome manner.

Good episode up to the end and Stamos is just classic. But the perpetrator they found came from way out of left field and the ending was strictly anti-climactic for me.

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