A woman accuses her husband, a cop, of raping her. When Benson and Stabler arrest him, he denies his wife's claims and claims she's unbalanced.

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A woman accuses her husband, a cop, of raping her. When Benson and Stabler arrest him, he denies his wife's claims and claims she's unbalanced.

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1 December 2000 (USA)  »

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Kevin O'Rourke, Nestor Serrano and Amy Carlson also appeared on Blue Bloods. See more »

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Alexandra Cabot: [to Patricia about not pressing charges against her husband] Did your husband or any of his friends on the force threaten you, Mrs. Andrews?
Patricia Andrews: No. I just don't want to go through with it anymore is all.
Alexandra Cabot: What made you change your mind?
Patricia Andrews: My husband could go to jail over a misunderstanding a petty marital spat. I can't live with that.
Detective John Munch: Just seems strange you would change your tune so easily after singing the "he-raped-me" song to anybody who would listen.
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References Law & Order: The Blue Wall (1991) See more »

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Fighting fuels the passion
10 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

This episode of SVU has guest stars Nestor Serrano and Amy Carlson taking the spotlight from the regulars. They play a continually battling couple whose fisticuffs apparently fuels their passion. The story begins with him leaving for work from their brownstone and her beaning him from a thrown frying pan. And Serrano is also a homicide detective Theo Kojak's old Manhattan South precinct.

I'm not sure which of them is worse. Face it there are some incidents where even the trained detectives of Manhattan SVU just are too up against it.

Not everything classifies as a crime, nor should it.


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