After the wife of a police officer claims her husband raped her, Benson and Stabler arrest the man and come close to believing his version of events when he attacks his captain. When ... See full summary »

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... Elliot Stabler
... Olivia Benson
... John Munch
... Casey Novak
... Odafin Tutuola
... Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
... Donald Cragen
... Dr. Trainer
... Officer Tommy Callahan
... Sherm Hempell
... Colonel Gage
... Koehler
... Officer Wes Myers
William Ullrich ... Anthony Myers
... Officer Kristen Vaill
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After the wife of a police officer claims her husband raped her, Benson and Stabler arrest the man and come close to believing his version of events when he attacks his captain. When another officer murders his wife and attempts to kill himself that same night, the whole force gets involved and soon realizes that the two men both recently returned home from Afghanistan, where they were given the drug Quinium, an anti-malarial. With the reluctant help of reporter Sherm Hempell and a base doctor with an attack of conscience, Novak takes on the U.S. army. Stabler has trouble with the case because of his history in the Marines. Written by Anonymous

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Julian Gamble has played three different roles over the course of the series: See more »

Goofs

The reporter refers to Munch and Novack as "Mulder and Scully," referencing the fictional characters in "The X-Files." However, Richard Belzer appeared as Det. John Munch in "The X-Files" in S5.3 (Unusual Suspects), therefore making Mulder and Scully real people to Munch, not fictional characters. See more »

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Detective John Munch: There's 'marital problems' and then there's stabbing your wife 70 times and setting her on fire.
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