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Law & Order: SVU Review: Sins of the Father

Law & Order: SVU Review: Sins of the Father

Benson tries to save an accused rapist's son when he takes his girlfriend and her daughter hostage in this week's Law and Order: SVU. Read our review to find out how her decision affects her budding romance with the new DA.
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Law & Order SVU Review: Hello Haden!

Law & Order SVU Review: Hello Haden!

This week's Law & Order: SVU focuses on an act of vengeance against the CEO of a private military contractor. Find out how well Benson works with new D.A. David Haden to uncover a devious coverup in this review!
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Law & Order: SVU Review: Little Boy Lost

Law & Order: SVU Review: Little Boy Lost

When a Romani boy goes missing, the detectives on Law & Order: SVU contend with the secrecy of his community to track down the kidnapper. The show's use of a contemporary scandal brings to light some of the secrets of the Romani people.
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Law & Order: SVU Review: From Russia with Love

Law & Order: SVU Review: From Russia with Love

On this week's episode of Law and Order: SVU, a young Russian bride is apparently found murdered after being kidnapped by the Russian mob and held for ransom. However, the supposed victim sets up another profile on a Russian bride website with a new name, leading the detectives to uncover an elaborate international prostitution and extortion scam.
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Law & Order: SVU Review: Where's the Crime?

Law & Order: SVU Review: Where's the Crime?

When baby goes missing on Halloween, the detectives of Law & Order: SVU question the parents of the missing child. They find inconsistencies in their story, which lead them to discover that the alleged car-jacking and kidnapping never took place.
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Law & Order: SVU Quotes

Maxwell: Ah, Maddie. She made me feel alive. She was so sweet, so beautiful.
Rollins: Sounds like you had a thing for her.
Maxwell: I loved her.

It is better to live a life of infamy, than a life of obscurity.

Holden