SVU goes after a controversial comedian who makes crude jokes about rape after a college student accuses him of rape.

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Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
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Josh Galloway
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Renee Clark
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Carly Rydell (as Laura Slade Wiggins)
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Chad Smith
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Sean Brady (as Patrick Cragin)
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SVU goes after a controversial comedian who makes crude jokes about rape after a college student accuses him of rape.

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The final scene of this episode is the lead-in to the first crossover between Law & Order: SVU and Chicago PD and is followed by the Chicago PD episode, Conventions. This final scene is not included in the Netflix version of the episode, likely because Netflix does not stream Chicago PD. See more »

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Barba says that Fatty Arbuckle was acquitted but never worked again. In fact Arbuckle continued to work during and after his rape trials, both in front of and behind the camera, until his death. See more »

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Olivia Benson: [after seeing Josh Galloway's stand-up act] Anybody else need a shower? He's vile.
Brian Cassidy: He's baiting you, Liv.
Odafin Tutuola: Master baiting.
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Extreme lefty soap box nanny state crap
6 April 2014 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

Pointless rehash of every "Artists should be censored" or "Charged for the actions of fans" whiny asshole argument. The only thing that made it an episode was the connection with an actual assault.

There are A TON of comedians that make jokes worse than Silverman did in this episode and have never raped anyone.

This show has had bad episodes, but this one takes the cake beyond anything. Some of the worst episodes this season have been written by Warren Leight and Directed by Alex Chapple. I will be keeping my eyes out to avoid their future projects.

I would rather watch a dog get shot than this episode again.


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