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A teenager confesses that he has pedophilic desires for his young stepbrother and admits to visiting a type of self-help Web site for pedophiles, leading detectives to investigate the site and question its creator. Sean Kelly: Josh Charles. Jake Berlin: To (more…)
The case of a woman found murdered in her bed reminds Cragen of a 30-year-old case from the Bronx. The investigation then leads Benson and Stabler to question a patrol cop (Jaclyn Smith) and the prime suspect's ex-lover (Ann-Margret).
Benson teams up with Fin to investigate the murder of a woman found under a highway. Marcosi: Michael O'Keefe. Francesca Jesner: Khrystyne Haje. Trapani: Paul Regina. Ragolia: Armand Schultz. Fin: Ice-T. Benson: Mariska Hargitay. Stabler: Christopher Melon (more…)
At the request of a murdered teen's parents, Stabler tries to get a serial killer (Nick Chinlund) who's about to be executed to admit that the teen was one of his victims. Allen Cooper: William Hill. Hannah Cooper: Laura Hughes. Alan Messinger: Ty Burrell (more…)
Stabler breaks the rules to uncover the facts when a student (Brittany Slattery) claims that she was assaulted by a teacher. Ross McKenzie: Christopher Orr. Tommy Kessler: Billy Kay. Nick Radsen: Jason Fuchs. Amy Bergen: Elena Franklin. Mia Kessler: Spraqu (more…)
The detectives investigate the sexual assault of a cellist (Emily Deschanel) and discover surveillance equipment hidden in her apartment. Terry Willard: Nate Moony. Aimee Slocum: Jennifer Laura Thompson. Robert Prescott: Michael Nader. Munch: Richard Belze (more…)
An ADA (Sharon Stone) who is Stabler's ex-partner requests that he and Benson investigate a case involving a father accused of murdering his two young daughters in a fire. Stabler then resorts to some problematic methods of interrogation.
A 10-year-old girl runs away from her adoptive parents (Joan Cusack and Peter Strauss) and is found with a man (Henry Ian Cusick) who denies any wrongdoing. Detectives then learn that the girl's parents are hiding something about their past.
A woman (Jennifer Love Hewitt) objects to having a rape kit done after she is raped repeatedly by the same man. Benson then learns that some precincts don't even process their rape kits, but an L.A. detective (Skeet Ulrich) is able to help with the case.
Two men (Michael Gladis and Kevin Alejandro) are beaten and branded on their chests. After a suspect is found, surprising memories emerge that cause a shift in the case. David Alan Grier and Jason Wiles also guest star.
An environmentalist's body is found at an industrial laundry plant, and the investigation puts Benson and Stabler in danger. After more victims are uncovered, Benson unexpectedly reflects on her past while bonding with a victim's daughter (Maria Bello).
A teenager is found raped and left for dead after attending a party hosted by a movie star. Soon, missing security footage from the party turns up on a Web site run by a gossip mogul, whose refusal to share the source material lands him in court.
An FBI agent (Marcia Gay Harden) is raped while working undercover, and she asks Benson to have her rape kit tested. She then quickly resumes her work to preserve her cover, and only reluctantly allows detectives to become involved in the case, which on th (more…)
Judith Light joins the series in a recurring role as the unit's tough new chief, as Cabot breaks the rules in an attempt to catch a pedophile (Beau Gravitte). Sam Cavanaugh: Bret Harrison. Mrs. Cavanaugh: Kay Lenz. Roger Kressler: Ned Eisenberg. Tommy Prio (more…)
A woman (A.J. Cook) is raped by a masked man and her partner is severely beaten by him. The injured woman's estranged father (Jeremy Irons) is notified of the incident, and when police question him, they find themselves confronting an uncooperative man wit (more…)
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