When the body of a seven-year-old child is found, the squad again begins to investigate convicted serial killer Lucas Biggs, believing that he molested and murdered the boy. While Biggs can... See full summary »

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Casey Novak
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Deacon Brinn
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When the body of a seven-year-old child is found, the squad again begins to investigate convicted serial killer Lucas Biggs, believing that he molested and murdered the boy. While Biggs can detail every child he ever molested, he swears that he has no memory of this one. Further investigations show that there is another suspect, but before he can be picked up, someone picks him off. Written by Anonymous

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The events of this episode are later referenced in Season 13's "Justice Denied." See more »

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Donald Cragen: [to Olivia] You want a cup of coffee?
Detective Olivia Benson: Yeah, and two eggs over easy, some hash browns and toast.
[Cragen gives her a look]
Detective Olivia Benson: Coffee's fine.
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A really cold case
8 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

John Savage dominates this SVU story with his portrayal of a serial child molester on death row in Virginia. Among the cast members Mariska Hargitay takes the lead in uncovering possibly another one of his victims from some 20 years ago in New York City.

This all starts when she's mailed a photograph of a Little League baseball field and the picture of a child gone missing a score of years ago. Sure enough the child's body is in a grave there. Is it however the work of Savage.

When he was free Savage was a former minor league ballplayer who also went into Little League coaching. When Hargitay visits him in Virginia though he's responsible for well over 100 sex offenses, Savage denies this one, the kid was way below puberty and Savage did not have any kind of desires for kids that young, so he says.

It turns out he's right and Olivia and the squad have a really cold case to heat up and find the right perpetrator.

Savage in his portrayal is both pitiable and repellent not an easy pair of emotions for a player to convey. He does a magnificent job and he's the reason this SVU story is so memorable.


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