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VIDEO: Law and Order: Special Victims Unit: Blood Brothers

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Law and Order: Special Victims Unit: Blood Brothers
Paid | VUDU
Length: 43:25
Aired: 10/16/2002

When a pregnant thirteen-year-old girl refuses to identify her baby's father, Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and the SVU squad work to determine if she was raped. Their investigation leads to several men in her life including Tripp Raines, the teenage son of high-profile political couple Andrew and Kathleen Raines (guest stars Kyle MacLachlan and Paige Turco) and Arturo Rivera, the son of the Raines' housekeeper (guest star Judy Reyes.) watch

VIDEO: Proof in the Pudding

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Proof in the Pudding
Subscription | Netflix
Length: 45:52
Aired: 1/9/1994

Jessica's chef friend invites her to watch his cooking show. Jessica is baffled when the chef is murdered and his ties with the mob are revealed. watch

VIDEO: The Skinny According to Nick Cullhane

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The Skinny According to Nick Cullhane
Subscription | Netflix
Length: 47:31
Aired: 5/12/1991

Jessica and Harry investigate the murder of a writer who was working on an exposé so scandalous it could destroy a family and their brewery business. watch

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Boiling Point
The Seven Ups
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Credits

Year Title Description
2003 Friends And Family Movie, Actor - Victor Patrizzi
1999 Rocky Marciano Movie, Actor - Frankie Carbo
1999 The Pawn Movie, Actor - Lou
1996 The Juror Movie, Actor - Louie Boffano
1995 Nixon Movie, Actor - Johnny Roselli

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Mr. Big vs. Tennessee Buck. Gotta...

Mr. Big vs. Tennessee Buck. Gotta love it. Chris Noth's hard-luck cop Mike Logan — previously exiled to Staten Island for slugging a politician — took on David Keith's rogue detective Mark Virgini, a man hardly as innocent as his name implied. At first, Mike wasn't eager to bring down a fellow cop. As Barek said, "You know what it's like being on the wrong end of the microscope." Mike's volatile, sure. Let's face it, that's what makes him so much fun. Moreover, there are few things more satisfying in a cop show than the sight of Logan sticking it to a creep — and heaven knows Virgini qualified. When the scum wasn't moonlighting as a hit man (he shot a bookie multiple times in a sensitive male area) he was offering his daughter R read more

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