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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Episode: "Shadow"

Season 11, Episode 12
Episode Synopsis: A wealthy couple are found murdered, and their daughter (Sarah Paulson) claims she's being stalked by a mysterious man. The stalker turns out to be a Special Frauds detective (Naveen Andrews) who pegs the daughter as a suspect in her parents' murder.
Original Air Date: Jan 13, 2010
Guest Cast Sarah Paulson: Anne Gillette Naveen Andrews: Det. Ash Ramsey Valerie Cruz: Camilla Velez
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Season 11, Episode 12
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Aired: 1/13/2010
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Premiered: September 20, 1999, on NBC
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: Sexual assaults, domestic disputes and kidnappings are often the primary focus of this crime show, which follows New York City detectives working in a specialized division within the police department. The first spin-off of "Law & Order," this series has featured many high-profile guest stars. Richard Belzer brought his character from "Homicide: Life on the Street," Det. John Munch, to the show after the cancellation of the Baltimore-based series.

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