Doctor Strange in The Multiverse o Madness - The Loop
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|←||SVU, Episode 20.10||→|
|Production number: 20010|
First aired: 29 November 2018
| Written By|
Michael S. Chernuchin
The murder of an elusive, shy teenage author living a double life leads Benson and the rest of the Special Victims Unit on an investigation that uncovers a situation beyond their wildest imaginations.
- Mariska Hargitay as Lieutenant Olivia Benson
- Kelli Giddish as Detective Amanda Rollins
- Ice-T as Sergeant Odafin Tutuola
- Peter Scanavino as Detective Dominick Carisi, Jr.
- Philip Winchester as A.D.A. Peter Stone
- Eddie Hargitay as Officer Eddie Montero
- Michael Kostroff as Attorney Evan Braun
- Kathryn Kates as Judge Marlene Simons
- Erica Camarano as Officer Rachel Ortiz
- Judd Hirsch as Joseph Edelman
- Wallace Shawn as Benjamin Edelman
- Calhoun Koenig as Bobbi O'Rourke
- Jayce Bartok as Walter Evans
- David McElwee as Will Glover
- Kody Christiansen as Robert Holdsworth
- Elijah Guo as Cal Carver
- Katie Hartke as Karen Glover
- Najat Arkadan Washington as Maggie
- Paytra Gessler as Faye
- James Beaman as Oscar
- Vanessa R. Butler as Chelsea
- Mary Theresa Archbold as Doctor
- Scott Eliasoph as Juror
- Benjamin Edelman: And this Bobbi boy...
- Fin: He dressed as a girl.
- Benjamin: Ah, a fegulah.
- Fin: Uh, yeah, but I don't think it's okay to say that word anymore.
- Benjamin: Why not?
- Fin: Because it hurts people.
- Benjamin: It's just a word.
- Fin: Yeah, but words can hurt more than a gun.
- Will Glover: What happens now?
- Rollins: Well, you deny that you killed Bobbi O'Rourke, and I get angry, maybe a little loud. I threaten you, but then Lieutenant Benson convinces you that a confession is just in the best interest for everybody.
- Olivia: [about Benjamin and Joseph] Look, they are sympathetic defendants.
- Stone: Until the jury hears that they kept Mom's body on ice in the basement.
Background Information and Notes
- The episode title "Alta Kockers" is a spelling variation of the Yiddish phrase "alte kakkers", meaning "old men".
- Another episode that deals with a writer of a book about their sexual abuse who turns out to not have been the true author is the Law & Order episode "Sweetie".
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