I remember viewing a scene, possibly on L & O, in which a child tries to french kiss their parent goodnight which subsequently leads to the parents discovering that the child is being sexually abused. A similar scene is being described as actually happening in regards to a legal case. Knowing if such a scene exists in media would be very helpful.
What's on your mind?
I want another episode of funny Valentine part 2 cause i wanna see if he goes to jail and what happen to Misha green if her family was ever called and did the background singer testify against Caleb plz i love olivia and iceT in the rest of the crew
I don't know why but you as well as a couple other sites have season 17 episode 5 of SVU listed as community policing when in fact that was episode 4.
Can We edit how many cases she has done?
Shouldn't the SVU detectives be included in this list as well? They routinely violate police procedure, abuse their authority, and have ruined more than one innocent person's life simply because they jumped the gun and automatically decided the person was guilty. There's also the Simon Wilkes episode. Wilkes may have been a creep but the fact remains that the court ruled what he was doing was fantasy and did not constitute a crime or conspiracy to commit a crime yet we're supposed to be happy that Amaro assaults him and that the SVU squad committed entrapment, blackmail, and falsifying evidence to force Wilkes to commit perjury and claim he struck first.
I remember this one episode featuring a little girl with mental retardation. it also featured the two characters John Munch and Elliot Stabler (at least that's how i remember it)
starts off with little girl being dropped off at a brownstone by another woman, the little girl was at a sleepover with the woman's daughter. Girl's mother opens the door a little bit, looks distressed, tries to subtly say her daughter can't come in right now, makes a gun with her hand and points it at her head (subtly) but the other woman doesn't understand what she's trying to secretly convey. The little girl dashes into the house even though her mother was trying to keep her out. Reveals, the entire family was murdered and the mother was held at gunpoint when she opened the door, the gun gesture was to hint she was in trouble.
So some more CI episodes popped into my mind. Sorry.
1) This dude killed some woman for wanting to write a book exposing that when he was a child he killed his mom with ant poison because he was jealous she was going to have another kid. Goren points out to the dude he waxes his eyebrows, and notices he only wore one shoe. The dude claims he was mugged and injured his foot.
I remember watching these years ago. Can't find them. There are multiple criminal intent episodes I need some help identifying. Thanks!
1) starts off showing old woman burning alive due to church fire. Shows firetrucks arriving and the firemen going like "What is that?!" when they see a fiery figure walking around. Episode reveals that this nice man with a wife and kids had been burning multiple churches, for money or something.
2) I only really remember the ending. This grown man and his rich father. His father made his son take "vitamins" each night. In the interrogation room, they reveal to the son he really has alzheimers and those pills are to treat his early alzheimers. He becomes enraged his father had not told him he had alzheimers.
3) I also only really remember the ending. A chinese (or chinese-american, i don't remember) woman, named annie Littleton (I think), was murdered, in the end it was this old rich white lady and in the interrogation room they were showing her the boxes of antique figures she owned.
4) Pretty sure this was a CI episode. LOL. So these cancer patients have been dying. Turns out the pharmacist, this white dude, had been diluting the medicines with water. One patient in particular, this old lady had died. The detectives talk to her husband. He confesses that since she was in so much pain (later revealed to be due to the diluted medicine) he assisted her in suicide. In the end, they reveal they must arrest the old man in order to charge the pharmacist dude or something.
5) Lastly, this one is honestly probably dumb of me not to remember. Eames kidnapped. In drain with serial killer and some other girls. She twists free. Dog smells her blood and leads her owner to Eames.
I'm so sorry this is so long I understand is no one takes the time to read this lol
We saw this one last year. I think it was Law and Order, but I'm not sure which part of the series or episode it is. I remember seeing a part where a few men were in chambers or the police station, and one of them mentioned or read from a paper where a man said he had seen a goat standing by a river, and the goat had stood on two legs and talked to him like a man. I think it might have been from the Bible.
I've gone over religious themed eps like Progeny, Sisters of Mercy, Bible Story, Blood Libel, and Act of God with no luck. Does anyone know what part of the series and which episode this may be from?
So I caught season 7 episode 12 “Barter” tonight on Sundance, and noticed that this included a rare instance of a title card or “episode card” (the interstitial screens with the names of locations that appear between scenes) at the very end after the fade out in Jack’s office. The extra card displayed a brief epilogue saying what happened to the major players in the case after the trial ended
I’ve been trying to figure out how many other episodes did that. I know it was at least one other time, (maybe at the end of a multipart story arc?) but without sifting through 456 subpages of the wiki, I can’t seem to figure out how to get the information.
Anyone out there happen to know the answer?
the text I am referring to is quoted below:
Sam "Bunny" Russo
is currently serving a sentence of
life without parole.
Three months after testifying
against Russo, Steven Tashjian
was gunned down outside his office.
The killers remain at large.
His assets, including his co-op,
were liquidated to settle his debts.
The writer lists a catagory called "Pathology" (??? ... pathology literally means the study of disease) & lists FBI agent Dana Lewis under that category as a "murderer." (??) With the exception of the last person she shot, the others were all WANTED CRIMINAL SUSPECTS & were shot in the line of duty. If those actions makes her a "murderer," then ALL law enforcement officers, both state & federal, who have shot armed suspects in the line of duty must therefore be "murderers," too. Whoever wrote that bio should correct it to accurately reflect who Dana Lewis is. BTW, the correct term for describing aberrant human behavior is "psychopathology."
I am a fan of the L&O franchise and a contributor on Evil Babes Wikia, and I need help here! I got this from TVTropes:
There's an episode about the murder of a teenage girl. The cops keep pursuing the girl's father, as evidence indicates the girl was sexually abused, but he keeps protesting his innocence. It's ultimately revealed that it was the girl's mother who was raping her and ultimately murdered her.
According to TVTropes, it's an episode of the original L&O. Can someone PLEASE tell me what episode of the original L&O this is from? Thank you so much!
What are the episodes of SVU that show a lot of New York city?
Hi! I'm currently writing a paper for uni and I really want to include some episodes of Law and Order. Unfortunately it's been some time since I've watched the show, but I clearly remember seeing these scenes in a lot of episodes. Could you help me find episodes in which there is a flashback of a perpetrator's mother, where she is being abusive, a drug addict, a prostitute etc.? I would be eternally grateful! Thanks!