Munch's retirement party is interrupted by an accusation by a recent rape victim that she has been attacked for a second time.

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Munch's retirement party is interrupted by an accusation by a recent rape victim that she has been attacked for a second time.

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The archive footage of Detective Munch going through mugshot photos is from the series Homicide: Life on the Street (1993), Season 1, Episode 1, Gone for Goode. See more »

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Captain Donald Cragen: [offering Olivia the sergeant's exam] You've been my number two for a while. Let's just make it official.
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Features Homicide: Life on the Street: Gone for Goode (1993) See more »

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The Band Drinks For Free
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Some can smell vulnerability
31 December 2014 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

It's Sergeant John Munch's retirement party, but in the midst of Richard Belzer's remarks the squad gets called out. One of Benson's former cases texted her that she's been victimized again, she thinks by the same person.

That proves not to be the case, but as remarked perpetrator predators smell vulnerability and they zero in on it. Finn Wittrock who is a rich and charismatic individual thinks he's the ideal female fantasy and he sets about giving them what they want. But he's got some nice drugs working for them and the joke is they're not sure it ever happened. Wittrock is one frightening figure.

In any event Richard Belzer's parade was showered on and Mariska Hargitay gets some interesting news of her own at the end.


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