Law & Order (1990–2010)
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Human Flesh Search Engine 

The DA's office takes on the operator of a website dedicated to righting social wrongs after a delusional woman used information gathered on a website to kill a man.


Darnell Martin


Dick Wolf (created by), Ed Zuckerman | 1 more credit »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jeremy Sisto ... Detective Cyrus Lupo
Anthony Anderson ... Detective Kevin Bernard
S. Epatha Merkerson ... Lieutenant Anita Van Buren
Linus Roache ... E.A.D.A. Michael Cutter
Alana De La Garza ... A.D.A. Connie Rubirosa
Sam Waterston ... D.A. Jack McCoy
Rob Corddry ... Jim Leary
Ben Shenkman ... Nick Margolis
Tina Benko ... Carrie Sands
Christopher McCann Christopher McCann ... Judge Colin Gerard
Will Rogers ... Mr. Keegan
Carolyn McCormick ... Dr. Elizabeth Olivet
Ernie Hudson ... Frank Gibson
Noah Weisberg ... CCS Detective Dan Josefson
Chloe Brooks ... Allie (as Chloe Cmarada)


When Sid Maxwell, owner of a fashion company is found dead, Detectives Cyrus Lupo and Kevin Bernard assume asphyxia. But when fashion photographer, Terry Clark, leads the detectives to an alarming discovery of Maxwell's true identity, they uncover a suspicious website with threatening web posts. Written by NBC Publicity

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Tina Benko (Carrie Sands) previously played the role of Sharon Quaid in episode 16.11, Law & Order: Bible Story (2005). See more »


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Flash Posse
26 June 2016 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

That phrase that Clarence Thomas used to describe his confirmation hearings is the best thing that came to mind for this Law And Order episode. Indeed victim Rene Ifrah was such a victim for real.

Rene Ifrah is this fashion mogul not the best of the city's citizen who probably a lot of people would have motive to kill was found hanging in his apartment. It was made to look like death by erotic asphyxiation. But of course it isn't and Jeremy Sisto and Anthony Anderson go to work.

The killer was crackerdoodle Tina Benko who has a fixation with people who text while drive. That's what Ifrah was doing one fine day and it set her off. Priming this crazy woman for the kill is this internet group called the Flash Posse. They go after all kinds of people whom they don't take a fancy to at a given point. Head of the group is Rob Corddry.

After putting Benko away in the loony bin and her performance is the best in this episode, the plot takes on some wildly improbable turns. Anderson becomes a target of the Posse's wrath.

I'm still not sure how culpable Corddry still is and I doubt the events that took place with him and Benko would ever take place in real life. But we're still in the infancy stage of developing law for the information age.

This episode was really a reach.

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30 October 2009 (USA) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA

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