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Taken 

When a young female reports a brutal rape during a hotel's grand opening, the police investigates the details of the attack to pin down their suspect, who has a prior conviction for statutory rape.

Director:

Michael Fields

Writers:

Dick Wolf (created by), Dawn DeNoon | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Meloni ... Elliot Stabler
Mariska Hargitay ... Olivia Benson
Richard Belzer ... John Munch
Stephanie March ... Alexandra Cabot
Ice-T ... Odafin Tutuola
Dann Florek ... Donald Cragen
Jenna Lamia ... Siobhan Miller
Derek Cecil ... Russell Ramsay
Tim Hopper ... Terry Wilde
Harvey Atkin ... Judge Alan Ridenour
Bill Winkler ... Beau Miller
Nealy Glenn Nealy Glenn ... Patricia Ann Miller
Richard Ziman Richard Ziman ... Winston
Brian Connors ... Mr. Tupper
Craig Braun ... Alan Thorpe
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When a young female reports a brutal rape during a hotel's grand opening, the police investigates the details of the attack to pin down their suspect, who has a prior conviction for statutory rape.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 December 2000 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Detective John Munch, speaking about some video evidence from a crime scene, says that he'll be "ecstatic" "as long as there's no 18-minute gap". This is a reference to an infamous 18-minute gap in one of the audio tapes President Richard Nixon made of meetings in the White House, which might possibly have contained incriminating evidence. See more »

Goofs

In the first scene we hear a band with horns, featuring trumpet, but the shot of the band shows only a rhythm section and one saxophone. See more »

Quotes

[after Olivia's mother dies]
John Munch: Did you talk to Benson?
Elliot Stabler: Yeah.
John Munch: You know, my brother's a mortician in case she has any questions.
Elliot Stabler: You have a brother?
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White trash con artists
17 January 2016 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

One of the most amoral characters ever to appear on an SVU episode is Siobhan Miller. She's part of a gang of white trash con artists who stage shakedowns of various establishments with fake rape accusations.

In this story it's the opening of a new five star hotel in Manhattan where we see her stagger disheveled out of an elevator on opening night crying rape.

The rapist turns out to be Derek Cecil who is on the sex offenders registry. But he turns out to be the least culpable of any and that also includes hotel staff involved.

Miller is some piece of work, a person totally without an ounce of decency in her makeup. It all ends in tragedy, but she gets nailed good and proper as a result of work done by ADA Stephanie March and Detective Richard Belzer.

Belzer particularly among the cast stands out as the first to spot something wrong in SVU's original case.


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