Sixteen year-old Avery Capshaw's (guest star Fiona Robert) parents report her kidnapped, and the SVU finds signs of a party turned violent. Her boyfriend, Manny Montero (Juan Castano), is a... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
Avery Capshaw
Manny Montero
John Capshaw
Lydia Capshaw
Alex Hernandez ...
Carlos 'O.G.' Hernandez
Justin McCarthy ...
Dashiell Eaves ...
Sgt. Kevin Donlan
Rosa Montero
Wilfredo Diaz
Olivia Ford ...
Marisol Pavel


Sixteen year-old Avery Capshaw's (guest star Fiona Robert) parents report her kidnapped, and the SVU finds signs of a party turned violent. Her boyfriend, Manny Montero (Juan Castano), is a scholarship student from the Projects, and though his family swears he's on the right track, Amaro (Danny Pino) suspects he's involved with a dangerous gang. When Manny refuses to talk, the cops are forced to arrest him, but the violence only escalates. Meanwhile, Benson (Mariska Hargitay) is sworn in as the SVU's new sergeant. Written by Anonymous

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29 January 2014 (USA)  »

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Manny Montero: I want to see Avery. Is she okay?
Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: That's not happening.
Nick Amaro: You let your crew rape her. You need to tell us who it was or you're going down as an accessory.
Manny Montero: I don't know who they were.
Nick Amaro: BX9 won't know the names came from you, Manny.
Manny Montero: No me mientas. Now who's lying?
Odafin 'Fin' Tutuola: Was this an initiation? You rip off the gang?
Manny Montero: I don't know. They pulled a gun on me.
Nick Amaro: Right, after you called them. Told them where you were, who was in the house?
Manny Montero: You think I wanted this to happen?
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Princess and the Pauper
31 October 2016 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This was an interesting episode. A rich upper west side girl is in a relationship with a poor boy, who is in a gang. And his gangmates gang rape her while forcing him to watch the assault. The episode touches topics like orgasm during rape, and the naivety of young people in love, it's almost whimsical.

Avery Capshaw (played by Fiona Robert) is ganged raped in front of her boyfriend and experiences multiple orgasms during the period. She feels guilty about the orgasms as she never experienced it with her boyfriend. The boyfriend, Manny Montero (played by Juan Castano) is angry at her for climaxing during the brutal act and refuses to testify against the rapists even though they held a gun to his head and forced him to watch the act. The whole episode is a back and forth of trying to get both the witnesses to testify against the perps, who are too smug for their own good. The final swing which fortified the case gave me great satisfaction.

While the case itself is interesting, the Detectives' personal lives are untouched here except for implicit overtones in Rollins' interactions with the victim. Olivia got some news about Amaro in the last episode near the end and the news is lost in script here with no mention of it. Benson takes her Sergeant plea at the start of the episode, which is a nice touch. Sadly, this season the main cast is down to only 5 characters, although that could be a positive thing as well since a smaller cast means a greater scope of development for each of them.

Anyway, interesting case, nice nuance in character interactions, it's an entertaining episode. Is it "wow"? No, yet it's still good enough. 8/10

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