Detectives Munch and Tutuola become increasingly frustrated as they follow a brutal pair of kidnappers who rape and murder their victims; and even when they get their men, they end up in a legal dispute with the Canadian authorities.

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... Elliot Stabler
... Olivia Benson
... John Munch
... Alexandra Cabot
... Odafin Tutuola
... Donald Cragen
... Walden Falls Police Chief Walker
... Darryl Kern
... Canadian Judge
Mike Dooly ... ATF Agent Gus Stone
Charlotte Maier ... Officer Cheryl Baxter
... Sarah Kimmel
Robin Morse ... Ms. Michaelson
Paddy Croft ... Aunt Mary
Tom Alan Robbins ... Ed Kushner
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Detectives Munch and Tutuola become increasingly frustrated as they follow a brutal pair of kidnappers who rape and murder their victims; and even when they get their men, they end up in a legal dispute with the Canadian authorities.

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The two sadistic kidnappers/torturers/rapists in episode #2.18, "Manhunt", are based on Leonard Lake and Charles Ng, two men who met in the military who captured, tortured, raped and murdered numerous women and murdered entire families to steal their IDs, money, and cars. See more »

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When the swat team is ready to enter the cabin, you can see two swat members put their backs to the wall right next to the front door which is open. It is barely visible, but you can see the door latch on the inside of the door frame and a sliver of black from inside the cabin. In the next scene they breach a closed door. See more »

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John Munch: How could we be so stupid?
Odafin Tutuola: We weren't the only ones. Even Aunt Mary thinks he's a hero.
John Munch: Yeah, well, Aunt Mary's a few tea bags shy of a full pot.
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References The Andy Griffith Show (1960) See more »

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Stone Cold and no remorse and no doubt of guilt
10 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

R.E. Rodgers playing stone cold serial killer Darryl Kern is the kind of criminal for whom the death penalty is meant for. No remorse whatsoever, his killings planned like a military operation and no doubt of his guilt. In fact he takes pride in his work. But the escape of one of his potential victims sends the SVU squad into action.

This particular episode highlights Richard Belzer as he and Ice-T are the prime detectives with Benson and Stabler as backup. Before Kerns is done there are several bodies even after Munch and Fin are on the trail including an accomplice whom they had picked up and let go.

Rodgers is finally caught in Canada and with a little legal legerdemain Stephanie March argues before the Canadian courts for his extradition. I agree with Angie Harmon who had a similar incident involving a Canadian serial killer in Law And Order prime, who are the Canadians to tell us what to do with our criminals? Dan Frazer, the former Captain McNeil on Kojak was the Canadian justice. Quite a bit older, his voice was unmistakable.

Good episode and nice that Richard Belzer and Ice T took the lead spots for once.


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