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Captive 

While investigating a kidnapping and murder of a young boy, a second kidnapped boy, missing for years, is found living with his captor. But how will Jack handle prosecuting the boy when it is discovered that he is the killer?

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Ed Green
... Nina Cassady
... Anita Van Buren
... Jack McCoy
... Connie Rubirosa
... Arthur Branch
... Roger Kraslow
... Lisa Quinlann
... Mr. Quinlann
... Malcolm Young
... Ms. Kurland
... Dr. Elizabeth Rodgers
... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
... Tory Quinlann
... Ellen Fogarty
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While investigating a kidnapping and murder of a young boy, a second kidnapped boy, missing for years, is found living with his captor. But how will Jack handle prosecuting the boy when it is discovered that he is the killer?

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4 May 2007 (USA)  »

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Angela Reed (Mindy Morgan) previously played the role of Amanda Hiller in episode 12.21, Law & Order: Foul Play (2002). See more »

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A.D.A. Connie Rubirosa: Until we dug up the dirt on the Quinlans, I would've bet on a "not responsible" verdict.
Jack McCoy: It was a good catch, Connie.
A.D.A. Connie Rubirosa: And what if Tory was a well-adjusted kid from a good family?
Jack McCoy: Not our facts. Hope you never have to try that case.
A.D.A. Connie Rubirosa: I take it you'll be recommending the minimum?
[Jack nods]
A.D.A. Connie Rubirosa: It was a good win, Jack.
Jack McCoy: Nobody won.
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References Blue Velvet (1986) See more »

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We were a family. A family? Maybe in your deviant mind.
20 February 2018 | by See all my reviews

A traffic warden was giving fines to illegally parked cars when she noticed a baby boy kidnapped inside a vehicle. The driver ran away and she called the police as a result. The boy was picked up in his way home from school; thanks to information given by a schoolmate, detectives located the kidnapper's home, but there was a misunderstanding due to a mistake in the car plate: wrong guy. Shortly after, police found the abducted boy smothered to death in a dumpster. In the same neighborhood, Green and Cassady found out the right car and they discovered another abducted teenager, missing for five years, who pointed out where to find the kidnapper (David Warshofsky). Branch wanted the death penalty, McCoy tried to do his best to keep the teenager out of spotlight, but he was not so innocent.....Stockholm Syndrome?

Jealousy among captives is something I've never seen in movies. Dr. Elizabeth Olivet, in one of her last appaerances in the series, was able to let the boy talk. Nice episode after all.


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