|"I'm Going To Make You a Star"|
|←||SVU, Episode 21.01||→|
|Production number: 21001|
First aired: 26 September 2019
| Written By|
Warren Leight & Peter Blauner
- Mariska Hargitay as Lieutenant Olivia Benson
- Kelli Giddish as Detective Amanda Rollins
- Ice-T as Sergeant Odafin Tutuola
- Peter Scanavino as A.D.A. Dominick Carisi, Jr.
- Jenna Stern as Attorney Elana Barth
- Peter Gallagher as Deputy Chief William Dodds
- Zuleikha Robinson as Bureau Chief Vanessa Hadid
- Jamie Gray Hyder as Vice Officer Katriona Tamin
- Matt Buechele as Officer Donnie Jones
- Carmen Berkeley as Pilar Reyes
- Frances Eve as Amelia James
- Ian McShane as Sir Tobias Moore
- Elizabeth A. Davis as Gemma Brooks
- Anna Rizzo as Monica Belasio
- Victoria Oliver as Nina Phelps
- Rachel Towne as Cindy Morrison
- Nancy Giles as Herself
- Annika Pergament as Tabloid Reporter #1
- Chris Harnick as Tabloid Reporter #2
- Rebecca Bratland as The Duchess
- C.G. Alexander as Joe (uncredited)
- Amanda: Lieutenant. We know how this works. And so does Sir Toby. He's so used to being above the law that he didn't bother to remove the footage of the other victims.
- Odafin: Cause he knows they're not gonna talk.
- Olivia: And he may have just overplayed his hand.
- Olivia: I heard you stepped down.
- Elana: It was my decision. The divorce wasn't, but with two kids in college it was either private practice or public bankruptcy.
Background Information and Notes
- This episode made SVU the longest-running U.S. prime-time drama television series.
- This is the first time since the first half of season one in which there were only four main cast members in SVU.
- This episode marked the first appearance of Katriona Tamin and the last appearance of William Dodds
- Benson is promoted to Captain, as of this episode.
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