Svu season 12 episode 4

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Ep 4. Merchandise

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Detectives Benson and Stabler investigate the death of a teenaged girl involved in a hit-and-run accident after Dr. Warner rules her death was a homicide based on signs of malnutrition and a recent delivery. When the evidence leads them to a human trafficking operation, however, they contact an old colleague whose promotion has given her some influence. Elsewhere, Captain Cragen becomes increasingly frustrated with the deteriorating condition at his precinct.

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  • Genres

    Drama

  • Cast

    Christopher Meloni

    Mariska Hargitay

    Richard Belzer

    Paul Schulze

    Devon Gearhart

  • Channel

    NBC

  • First Aired

    October 6, 2010

  • Content Rating

    TV-14

  • Runtime

    41 min

  • Language

    English

  • IMDB Rating

    8.8  (886)

Sours: https://www.yidio.com/show/law-and-order-svu/season-12/episode-4/links.html

Merchandise

  • Season 12 Overview

    Air Date: September 22, 2010

  • S12:E28. Smoked

    Air Date: May 18, 2011

  • S12:E27. Delinquent

    Air Date: May 11, 2011

  • S12:E26. Smoked

    Air Date: May 18, 2011

  • S12:E26. Smoked

    Air Date: May 18, 2011

  • S12:E26. Bang

    Air Date: May 4, 2011

  • S12:E25. Delinquent

    Air Date: May 11, 2011

  • S12:E25. Delinquent

    Air Date: May 11, 2011

  • S12:E25. Reparations

    Air Date: April 6, 2011

  • S12:E24. Smoked

    Air Date: May 18, 2011

  • S12:E23. Delinquent

    Air Date: May 11, 2011

  • S12:E22. Bang

    Air Date: May 4, 2011

  • S12:E21. Reparations

    Air Date: April 6, 2011

  • S12:E20. Totem

    Air Date: March 30, 2011

  • S12:E19. Bombshell

    Air Date: March 23, 2011

  • S12:E18. Bully

    Air Date: February 23, 2011

  • S12:E17. Pursuit

    Air Date: February 16, 2011

  • S12:E16. Spectacle

    Air Date: February 9, 2011

  • S12:E15. Flight

    Air Date: February 2, 2011

  • S12:E14. Dirty

    Air Date: January 19, 2011

  • S12:E13. Mask

    Air Date: January 12, 2011

  • S12:E12. Possessed

    Air Date: January 5, 2011

  • S12:E11. Pop

    Air Date: January 5, 2011

  • S12:E10. Rescue

    Air Date: December 1, 2010

  • S12:E9. Gray

    Air Date: November 17, 2010

  • S12:E8. Penetration

    Air Date: November 10, 2010

  • S12:E7. Trophy

    Air Date: November 3, 2010

  • S12:E6. Branded

    Air Date: October 20, 2010

  • S12:E5. Wet

    Air Date: October 13, 2010

  • S12:E4. Merchandise

    Air Date: October 6, 2010

  • S12:E3. Behave

    Air Date: September 29, 2010

  • S12:E2. Bullseye

    Air Date: September 22, 2010

  • S12:E1. Locum

    Air Date: September 22, 2010

  • Sours: https://www.metacritic.com/tv/law-order-special-victims-unit/season-12/episode-4-merchandise
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    1. Locum

      A foster couple (Joan Cusack and Peter Strauss) call Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) to the scene of the crime when their ten-year-old adopted daughter disappears. It soon comes to light that she ran away to meet with a man named Erik Weber (guest star Henry Ian Cusick), whom she met on the internet and whom Benson and Stabler suspect of ulterior motives regarding the girl. Weber denies any wrongdoing, and also expresses romantic interest in Benson. However, as the investigation continues, the detectives realize that the girl’s foster parents may be hiding something that could change the entire course of the case. Also starring: Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola), Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), Tamara Tunie (Dr. Melinda Warner), and B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang).

      A foster couple (Joan Cusack and Peter Strauss) call Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) to the scene of the crime when their ten-year-old adopted daughter disappears. It soon comes to light that she ran away to meet with a man named Erik Weber (guest star Henry Ian Cusick), whom she met on the internet and whom Benson and Stabler suspect of ulterior motives regarding the girl. Weber denies any wrongdoing, and also expresses romantic interest in Benson. However, as the investigation continues, the detectives realize that the girl’s foster parents may be hiding something that could change the entire course of the case. Also starring: Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola), Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), Tamara Tunie (Dr. Melinda Warner), and B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang).

    2. Bullseye

      Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are called to the hospital after a 10-year-old girl is raped. They arrive to find her so traumatized that she cannot even tell them her name. With the help of Detectives Odafin Tutuola (Ice-T) and John Munch (Richard Belzer), they are able to identify the young victim. But they soon realize that her home life is far from normal as Dr. George Huang (B.D. Wong) discovers that her mother suffers from a rare condition that renders her unable to recognize that the young girl is, in fact, her daughter. When the detectives find themselves without a lead, Erik Weber (guest star Henry Ian Cusick), a man they met on their previous case, decides to get involved. But he may be overstepping his bounds. Also starring: Tamara Tunie (Dr. Melinda Warner).

      Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are called to the hospital after a 10-year-old girl is raped. They arrive to find her so traumatized that she cannot even tell them her name. With the help of Detectives Odafin Tutuola (Ice-T) and John Munch (Richard Belzer), they are able to identify the young victim. But they soon realize that her home life is far from normal as Dr. George Huang (B.D. Wong) discovers that her mother suffers from a rare condition that renders her unable to recognize that the young girl is, in fact, her daughter. When the detectives find themselves without a lead, Erik Weber (guest star Henry Ian Cusick), a man they met on their previous case, decides to get involved. But he may be overstepping his bounds. Also starring: Tamara Tunie (Dr. Melinda Warner).

    3. Behave

      A rape victim, Vicki (Jennifer Love Hewitt), is brought into the hospital initially claiming she has been attacked multiple times by the same man. Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are determined to help her, but she lives in such terror that she then denies she has been raped at all and refuses to submit to a rape kit. As Benson looks for a way to help, she is horrified to learn that there are police precincts and evidence labs across the country that never test their rape kits at all. The investigation soon leads her to Los Angeles where she meets Detective Rex Winters (guest star Skeet Ulrich), who has information that could finally help Vicki get justice. Also starring: Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola), Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang) and Tamara Tunie (Dr. Melinda Warner).

      A rape victim, Vicki (Jennifer Love Hewitt), is brought into the hospital initially claiming she has been attacked multiple times by the same man. Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are determined to help her, but she lives in such terror that she then denies she has been raped at all and refuses to submit to a rape kit. As Benson looks for a way to help, she is horrified to learn that there are police precincts and evidence labs across the country that never test their rape kits at all. The investigation soon leads her to Los Angeles where she meets Detective Rex Winters (guest star Skeet Ulrich), who has information that could finally help Vicki get justice. Also starring: Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola), Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang) and Tamara Tunie (Dr. Melinda Warner).

    4. Merchandise

      When a 15-year-old girl is hit by a car and killed, Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are surprised when Dr. Melinda Warner (Tamara Tunie) rules it a homicide. She has found signs that the girl was being starved, and had even recently given birth. As the two look into the case with the help of Detective Odafin Tutuola (Ice-T) and Dr. George Huang (B.D. Wong), they find that the girl had fallen victim to a human trafficking ring, and though some think it’s a case for the FBI, the cops instead reach out to Assistant U.S. Attorney and friend Christine Danielson (guest star Gloria Reuben), who has moved up in the world since the detectives last saw her. Meanwhile, Captain Donald Cragen (Dann Florek) is frustrated by his crumbling precinct. Also starring: Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch).

      When a 15-year-old girl is hit by a car and killed, Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are surprised when Dr. Melinda Warner (Tamara Tunie) rules it a homicide. She has found signs that the girl was being starved, and had even recently given birth. As the two look into the case with the help of Detective Odafin Tutuola (Ice-T) and Dr. George Huang (B.D. Wong), they find that the girl had fallen victim to a human trafficking ring, and though some think it’s a case for the FBI, the cops instead reach out to Assistant U.S. Attorney and friend Christine Danielson (guest star Gloria Reuben), who has moved up in the world since the detectives last saw her. Meanwhile, Captain Donald Cragen (Dann Florek) is frustrated by his crumbling precinct. Also starring: Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch).

    5. Wet

      Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) arrive on the scene where a woman is found dead in Bethesda Fountain. When her squeaky clean image doesn’t match up with her promiscuous actions on the night of her murder, ADA Mikka Von (guest star Paula Patton) encourages the cops to dig deeper into her past. When they find out that the woman was poisoned with toxic mushrooms, they suspect a crazed activist and professor (guest star David Krumholtz) is responsible. As the case develops, Benson and Stabler go to dangerous lengths to ensure that justice is served. Also starring: Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), Dann Florek (Captain Donald Cragen), Tamara Tunie (Dr. Melinda Warner), and Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola).

      Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) arrive on the scene where a woman is found dead in Bethesda Fountain. When her squeaky clean image doesn’t match up with her promiscuous actions on the night of her murder, ADA Mikka Von (guest star Paula Patton) encourages the cops to dig deeper into her past. When they find out that the woman was poisoned with toxic mushrooms, they suspect a crazed activist and professor (guest star David Krumholtz) is responsible. As the case develops, Benson and Stabler go to dangerous lengths to ensure that justice is served. Also starring: Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), Dann Florek (Captain Donald Cragen), Tamara Tunie (Dr. Melinda Warner), and Ice-T (Detective Odafin Tutuola).

    6. Branded

      When detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) investigate a brutal attack on an unassuming, upstanding father (guest star Michael Gladis), they find he’s also been branded on his chest with a wire coat hanger. Before long, another victim turns up (guest star Kevin Alejandro) who has suffered the same injuries. Once they track down the suspect, some startling memories surface that completely change the course of the case. Also starring: Ice-T, Dann Florek, Richard Belzer and BD Wong.

      When detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) investigate a brutal attack on an unassuming, upstanding father (guest star Michael Gladis), they find he’s also been branded on his chest with a wire coat hanger. Before long, another victim turns up (guest star Kevin Alejandro) who has suffered the same injuries. Once they track down the suspect, some startling memories surface that completely change the course of the case. Also starring: Ice-T, Dann Florek, Richard Belzer and BD Wong.

    7. Trophy

      After a young woman has been raped and murdered, her body turns up in an industrial laundry facility. Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) soon find that she was involved in an environmental group called CLEAN, and it isn’t long before they track down the prime suspect. However, the case soon puts them in the line of fire and exposes a much larger mystery that includes even more victims. As the investigation progresses, Detective Benson builds a connection to a victim’s daughter (guest star Maria Bello) that invokes her own past in ways she never anticipated. Alex Kingston guest stars. Also starring: Richard Belzer, BD Wong, Tamara Tunie and Dann Florek.

      After a young woman has been raped and murdered, her body turns up in an industrial laundry facility. Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) soon find that she was involved in an environmental group called CLEAN, and it isn’t long before they track down the prime suspect. However, the case soon puts them in the line of fire and exposes a much larger mystery that includes even more victims. As the investigation progresses, Detective Benson builds a connection to a victim’s daughter (guest star Maria Bello) that invokes her own past in ways she never anticipated. Alex Kingston guest stars. Also starring: Richard Belzer, BD Wong, Tamara Tunie and Dann Florek.

    8. Penetration

      FBI Agent Dana Lewis (guest star Marcia Gay Harden) is assaulted by a stranger and asks Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) to have her rape kit tested. Before the cops can really help her, Lewis goes back undercover and refuses to talk about the assignment or the rape, for fear that she will be exposed and pulled off the case. She reluctantly allows Benson and Stabler to get involved in what looks like a protest against the construction of a mosque at Ground Zero, but they find themselves scrambling to put the pieces together of a much larger puzzle than they had anticipated. Also starring: Richard Belzer, Ice-T, Dann Florek, BD Wong, Tamara Tunie and Melissa Sagemiller.

      FBI Agent Dana Lewis (guest star Marcia Gay Harden) is assaulted by a stranger and asks Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) to have her rape kit tested. Before the cops can really help her, Lewis goes back undercover and refuses to talk about the assignment or the rape, for fear that she will be exposed and pulled off the case. She reluctantly allows Benson and Stabler to get involved in what looks like a protest against the construction of a mosque at Ground Zero, but they find themselves scrambling to put the pieces together of a much larger puzzle than they had anticipated. Also starring: Richard Belzer, Ice-T, Dann Florek, BD Wong, Tamara Tunie and Melissa Sagemiller.

    9. Gray

      Detective Stabler (Christopher Meloni) goes to his daughter Kathleen’s (guest star Allison Siko) university to discuss rape prevention at a Take Back the Night rally. When a girl from the crowd accuses another student of rape, Stabler and Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) are assigned the case. What emerges are conflicting accounts and fiery accusations without substantial evidence to back them up. To complicate matters further, ADA Paxton (guest star Christine Lahti) returns to prosecute the case, and Kathleen oversteps her bounds, which could land her and her father in hot water. Also starring: Ice-T, Richard Belzer, Dann Florek and Tamara Tunie.

      Detective Stabler (Christopher Meloni) goes to his daughter Kathleen’s (guest star Allison Siko) university to discuss rape prevention at a Take Back the Night rally. When a girl from the crowd accuses another student of rape, Stabler and Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) are assigned the case. What emerges are conflicting accounts and fiery accusations without substantial evidence to back them up. To complicate matters further, ADA Paxton (guest star Christine Lahti) returns to prosecute the case, and Kathleen oversteps her bounds, which could land her and her father in hot water. Also starring: Ice-T, Richard Belzer, Dann Florek and Tamara Tunie.

    10. Rescue

      With young Calvin in her care, Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) continues the search for his drug-addict mother, Vivian (guest star Maria Bello), but Detective Stabler (Christopher Meloni) notices a strong bond forming between Benson and the boy. When Vivian’s name comes up during a rape investigation, Captain Cragen (Dann Florek) assigns Detectives Fin (Ice-T) and Munch (Richard Belzer) to the case instead. However, it will take more than Cragen’s orders to keep Benson away. Also starring: Tamara Tunie and Melissa Sagemiller.

      With young Calvin in her care, Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) continues the search for his drug-addict mother, Vivian (guest star Maria Bello), but Detective Stabler (Christopher Meloni) notices a strong bond forming between Benson and the boy. When Vivian’s name comes up during a rape investigation, Captain Cragen (Dann Florek) assigns Detectives Fin (Ice-T) and Munch (Richard Belzer) to the case instead. However, it will take more than Cragen’s orders to keep Benson away. Also starring: Tamara Tunie and Melissa Sagemiller.

    11. Pop

      A young boy is found dead on a park carousel after being dropped off by his uncle Joe Gilbert (guest star James Carpinello). When Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) learn that the boy was beaten to death they suspect that it could be the result of a bully at school. The investigation leads to an unsettling gambling ring. Detectives suspect that Gilbert’s acquaintance, Joe Roberts is beating his wife Sandra (guest star Drea de Matteo) and the case takes a horrifying turn.

      A young boy is found dead on a park carousel after being dropped off by his uncle Joe Gilbert (guest star James Carpinello). When Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) learn that the boy was beaten to death they suspect that it could be the result of a bully at school. The investigation leads to an unsettling gambling ring. Detectives suspect that Gilbert’s acquaintance, Joe Roberts is beating his wife Sandra (guest star Drea de Matteo) and the case takes a horrifying turn.

    12. Possessed

      A young man finds that his girlfriend Larissa Welsh (Taryn Manning) has been attacked in her apartment with evidence that points to her buried past. Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) go in search of her attacker and discover that an elderly man, Orville Underwood (guest star David Patrick Kelly), may have been involved in traumatic events of Welsh’s past. For the detectives, solving the case comes down to who was in possession of the evidence.

      A young man finds that his girlfriend Larissa Welsh (Taryn Manning) has been attacked in her apartment with evidence that points to her buried past. Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) go in search of her attacker and discover that an elderly man, Orville Underwood (guest star David Patrick Kelly), may have been involved in traumatic events of Welsh’s past. For the detectives, solving the case comes down to who was in possession of the evidence.

    13. Mask

      Debbie Shields (Guest Star A.J. Cook) comes home to find her partner Ann Jackson being raped by a man wearing a haunting mask. Shields contacts Ann's father to notify him of her critical condition. As detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) interrogate Ann's father, Captain Jackson (Guest Star Jeremy Irons), his sordid past is revealed filled with sexual and alcohol addiction. Jackson's new role as a sex therapist is hindering the detectives from getting the information they need to solve the case and if Jackson won't comply, the detectives are going to have to get creative.

      Debbie Shields (Guest Star A.J. Cook) comes home to find her partner Ann Jackson being raped by a man wearing a haunting mask. Shields contacts Ann's father to notify him of her critical condition. As detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) interrogate Ann's father, Captain Jackson (Guest Star Jeremy Irons), his sordid past is revealed filled with sexual and alcohol addiction. Jackson's new role as a sex therapist is hindering the detectives from getting the information they need to solve the case and if Jackson won't comply, the detectives are going to have to get creative.

    14. Dirty

      Detective Saliyah "Sunny" Qadri (Shoreh Aghdashloo) goes in search of Brooklyn District Attorney Page Ferguson, who she fears may be in danger. Qadri finds Ferguson just in time to witness her fall from the top of a parking garage. When Benson (Mariska Hargitay) arrives, she discovers that the crime scene has been tampered with. Benson turns to an old friend, Assistant U.S. Attorney Christine Danielson (guest star Gloria Reuben) for help. As the investigation progresses, Benson begins to question Ferguson’s suspicious past and Qadri’s involvement in the case.

      Detective Saliyah "Sunny" Qadri (Shoreh Aghdashloo) goes in search of Brooklyn District Attorney Page Ferguson, who she fears may be in danger. Qadri finds Ferguson just in time to witness her fall from the top of a parking garage. When Benson (Mariska Hargitay) arrives, she discovers that the crime scene has been tampered with. Benson turns to an old friend, Assistant U.S. Attorney Christine Danielson (guest star Gloria Reuben) for help. As the investigation progresses, Benson begins to question Ferguson’s suspicious past and Qadri’s involvement in the case.

    15. Flight

      When it is discovered that a teenage girl is suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder due to sexual abuse, all leads point to billionaire Jordan Kress (Guest Star Colm Feore). As Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) continue to investigate, Kress involves his lawyer, Dwight Stanitch (Guest Star Robert Klein), who throws the whole case awry.

      When it is discovered that a teenage girl is suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder due to sexual abuse, all leads point to billionaire Jordan Kress (Guest Star Colm Feore). As Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) continue to investigate, Kress involves his lawyer, Dwight Stanitch (Guest Star Robert Klein), who throws the whole case awry.

    16. Spectacle

      After the sexual assault of a young woman is videotaped and featured on a campus-wide intranet feed, detectives Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and Odafin "Fin" Tutola (Ice-T) go in search of the victim and her attacker. As they delve into the investigation, it becomes clear that the perpetrator created a spectacle to draw attention to his own issues. Also starring: Dann Florek (Capt. Donald Cragen), Mariska Hargitay (Detective Olivia Benson), Melissa Sagemiller (ADA Gillian Hardwicke) and B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang).

      After the sexual assault of a young woman is videotaped and featured on a campus-wide intranet feed, detectives Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and Odafin "Fin" Tutola (Ice-T) go in search of the victim and her attacker. As they delve into the investigation, it becomes clear that the perpetrator created a spectacle to draw attention to his own issues. Also starring: Dann Florek (Capt. Donald Cragen), Mariska Hargitay (Detective Olivia Benson), Melissa Sagemiller (ADA Gillian Hardwicke) and B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang).

    17. Pursuit

      When Alicia Harding (Guest Star Debra Messing), host of the television series "Neighborhood Predator," begins to receive personal threats, her life-long pursuit to find her sister’s abductor emerges. Detectives Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Odafin "Fin" Tutuola (Ice-T) are joined in the investigation by ADA Sonya Paxton (Guest Star Christine Lahti), who may be too involved in the case. As Harding thinks she is getting close to the truth, another's life hangs in the balance. Also starring: Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), Dann Florek (Capt. Donald Cragen), Christopher Meloni (Detective Elliot Stabler), Melissa Sagemiller (ADA Gillian Hardwicke) and B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang).

      When Alicia Harding (Guest Star Debra Messing), host of the television series "Neighborhood Predator," begins to receive personal threats, her life-long pursuit to find her sister’s abductor emerges. Detectives Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Odafin "Fin" Tutuola (Ice-T) are joined in the investigation by ADA Sonya Paxton (Guest Star Christine Lahti), who may be too involved in the case. As Harding thinks she is getting close to the truth, another's life hangs in the balance. Also starring: Richard Belzer (Detective John Munch), Dann Florek (Capt. Donald Cragen), Christopher Meloni (Detective Elliot Stabler), Melissa Sagemiller (ADA Gillian Hardwicke) and B.D. Wong (Dr. George Huang).

    18. Bully

      When an art patron, Cindi (guest star Countess LuAnn de Lesseps), discovers a gruesome work of art, it leads gallery visitors to find a woman dead in her apartment above. Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) look into the victim’s personal contacts in search of suspects, including the victim’s close friend Annette Cole (guest star Kate Burton). The detectives soon discover a work environment that leads them to question if bullying does go beyond the playground.

      When an art patron, Cindi (guest star Countess LuAnn de Lesseps), discovers a gruesome work of art, it leads gallery visitors to find a woman dead in her apartment above. Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) look into the victim’s personal contacts in search of suspects, including the victim’s close friend Annette Cole (guest star Kate Burton). The detectives soon discover a work environment that leads them to question if bullying does go beyond the playground.

    19. Bombshell

      After Jerry Bullard (guest star Tom Irwin) is found stabbed in a parking garage, Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) discover that the family man might have had an illicit hobby. When the detectives go undercover at a swingers club they meet a popular lady named Cassandra Davina (Guest Star Rose McGowan) and her jealous boyfriend, Doug Loveless (Guest Star Ryan Hurst). As tensions grow, the detectives question just how far jealousy can push someone.

      After Jerry Bullard (guest star Tom Irwin) is found stabbed in a parking garage, Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) discover that the family man might have had an illicit hobby. When the detectives go undercover at a swingers club they meet a popular lady named Cassandra Davina (Guest Star Rose McGowan) and her jealous boyfriend, Doug Loveless (Guest Star Ryan Hurst). As tensions grow, the detectives question just how far jealousy can push someone.

    20. Totem

      When a young girl is found dead with a doll that is believed to have been left as a totem, detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) team up with Captain Jackson (Guest Star Jeremy Irons), a psychologist who assisted them with a recent case, to investigate her murder. Jackson joins the detectives as they retrace the girl’s last steps and go to meet with her piano teacher June Frye (guest star Elizabeth Mitchell). Jackson’s skills prove to be invaluable in deciphering the meaning of the totem and ultimately finding her killer.

      When a young girl is found dead with a doll that is believed to have been left as a totem, detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) team up with Captain Jackson (Guest Star Jeremy Irons), a psychologist who assisted them with a recent case, to investigate her murder. Jackson joins the detectives as they retrace the girl’s last steps and go to meet with her piano teacher June Frye (guest star Elizabeth Mitchell). Jackson’s skills prove to be invaluable in deciphering the meaning of the totem and ultimately finding her killer.

    21. Reparations

      DDA Jonah Dekker (guest star Terrence Howard from "Law & Order: Los Angeles") comes to NYC from Los Angeles to defend his cousin who has been accused of rape. Meanwhile, ADA Casey Novak (guest star Diane Neal) returns to help detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) with the case. The detectives soon discover that the case goes much deeper than the current accusation and it raises the question: how far will someone go to get revenge for their family?

      DDA Jonah Dekker (guest star Terrence Howard from "Law & Order: Los Angeles") comes to NYC from Los Angeles to defend his cousin who has been accused of rape. Meanwhile, ADA Casey Novak (guest star Diane Neal) returns to help detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) with the case. The detectives soon discover that the case goes much deeper than the current accusation and it raises the question: how far will someone go to get revenge for their family?

    22. Bang

      When an abandoned baby is found on playground, Detectives Benson (Hargitay) and Stabler (Meloni) go in search of the child's caregiver. Upon meeting the nanny and her boyfriend, Ken Turner (guest star John Stamos), they soon realize that he is also engaged.

      When an abandoned baby is found on playground, Detectives Benson (Hargitay) and Stabler (Meloni) go in search of the child's caregiver. Upon meeting the nanny and her boyfriend, Ken Turner (guest star John Stamos), they soon realize that he is also engaged.

    23. Delinquent

      When a young woman finds a teenage boy asleep and naked in her bedroom, his mother, Bree Walsh (guest star Rita Wilson), is quick to defend him. While Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Detective Stabler (Christopher Meloni) try to figure out what truly happened, they also have to manage the sneaky teenager and his naive mother. As the detectives dig deeper, they discover how deceptive appearances can be.

      When a young woman finds a teenage boy asleep and naked in her bedroom, his mother, Bree Walsh (guest star Rita Wilson), is quick to defend him. While Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Detective Stabler (Christopher Meloni) try to figure out what truly happened, they also have to manage the sneaky teenager and his naive mother. As the detectives dig deeper, they discover how deceptive appearances can be.

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    Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (season 12)

    Season of television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

    Season of television series

    The twelfth season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit premiered in the United States on the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) on September 22, 2010, and concluded on May 18, 2011. This was the first season that the show did not air alongside the original Law & Order. Episodes initially aired on Wednesdays between 9pm/8c and 10pm/9c Eastern except for the season premiere which aired from 9pm/8c to 11pm/10c. After the winter hiatus, SVU returned with another two-hour showing on January 5, 2011, before the broadcast time switched to the 10pm/9c time slot the following week.[1]

    At the end of the season, Neal Baer resigned his position as showrunner.[2] After the season finale, Christopher Meloni, BD Wong, and Tamara Tunie left the principal cast.[3][4]

    Production[edit]

    For the first eleven years of Law & Order: SVU, the set had been located in New Jersey, at NBC's Central Archives building in North Bergen. Faced with losing the state's 20 percent tax incentive, the show moved to New York City into the studio space at Chelsea Piers that was occupied by the original Law & Order series.[5] After the fourth episode of the season, the original New Jersey set was no longer used.[6] Outdoor filming was halted on January 26, 2011, due to a blizzard. Production resumed in the Chelsea Piers studio.[7]

    This season's third episode focused on an investigation involving a rape kit, which took Detective Olivia Benson (Hargitay) from New York City to Los Angeles to meet Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Detective Rex Winters (Skeet Ulrich). The episode was shot while Hargitay was in Los Angeles for the Primetime Emmy Awards in August 2010, and aired September 29, before the Law & Order: LA premiere on NBC.[8]

    Neal Baer left Law & Order: SVU at the end of the season, after serving eleven years (seasons 2–12) as showrunner. He chose not to renew his NBC contract, instead signing a three–year deal with CBS Studios.[2]

    Cast changes and returning characters[edit]

    Australian newspaper Courier-Mail reported in February 2010 that season twelve would be Christopher Meloni's last, after his comment to the reporter that "I think 12 years is enough, a good number" was misunderstood. Meloni later clarified that, at the time, he had one year left on his contract and the show had not been picked up. He also said "[i]t wasn't [the reporter's] fault", and that he would continue on the show as long as it is picked up.[9] When asked in an interview if Mariska Hargitay could envision doing the show without him, she said, "Oh man, it breaks my heart to even think about it. I just love that man and I love acting with him, and I think it's our chemistry that makes the show what it is. So I don't even want to think about it".[10]

    This season marked Meloni's last regular appearance on the show.

    On April 12, 2010, NBC officially picked up SVU for a twelfth season with Meloni and Hargitay returning as part of the one-year deal they struck with NBC before production began on season 11, which included an option for a second year. The two started shooting new episodes in June and July 2010.[11] Hargitay expressed interest in her character having a baby this season, saying, "A boyfriend! A baby! I don't even have to get married. I just want a baby! Give me a baby!".[10]

    On June 23, 2010, Michael Ausiello reported that Paula Patton was in "advanced talks" to join the show, as a permanent ADA.[12]TV Guide later confirmed that Patton would play Assistant District Attorney Mikka Von in multiple episodes, beginning with the fifth episode. She was set to fill the ADA slot left vacant by both Stephanie March (Alexandra Cabot) and guest star Sharon Stone (Jo Marlowe).[13] Patton appeared in a single episode, but broke contract to film Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. Her role was replaced by Melissa Sagemiller as ADA Gillian Hardwicke.[14][15] Sagemiller and Mariska Hargitay previously worked together on the SVU season one episode "Russian Love Poem", in which Sagemiller played a victim. "There's something in my past, a personal connection that we have, something that she did for me and a family member who she helped out ... She's not aware of it yet [but] it becomes revealed in the next several episodes", Sagemiller said. ADA Hardwicke's background was never revealed. Her personality, Sagemiller says, is front and center. "She's tough ... she has a heart, she just gets what she wants." Sagemiller also added, "She sticks to the letter of the law, sometimes to a fault, but in the end I think she always does the right thing".[16]

    Christine Lahti returned as EADA Sonya Paxton in the ninth episode "Gray". Paxton, previously exposed as an alcoholic in season 11, had apparently conquered her drinking problem. Baer told TVGuide.com, "She has a huge scene where she faces off with Stabler".[17] Her character was later killed in the seventeenth episode. Diane Neal returned as ADA Casey Novak for the episode "Reparations".[18] Neal had previously made her last appearance in the ninth-season finale, in which her character was censured for violating due process in a rape case.[19]

    Cast[edit]

    See also: List of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit characters

    Main cast[edit]

    Crossover stars[edit]

    Special guest star[edit]

    Recurring cast[edit]

    Guest stars[edit]

    Maria Bello appeared twice in this season as Vivian Arliss, who briefly gives custody of her son to Benson.

    Henry Ian Cusick played a graphic artist named Erik Weber in the first two episodes.[20]Joan Cusack played the mother of two missing girls in the first episode.[21]Jennifer Love Hewitt played a rape victim afraid to leave her house in the episode "Behave". Baer told TVGuide.com, "One of the reasons we wanted to do this episode is because it addresses Mariska Hargitay's passion for rape kits, which can help gather evidence to convict the rapists. But for some reason these kits have been sitting around unopened in cities all over the country."[22]Skeet Ulrich guest-starred in the same episode as his Law & Order: LA character, Detective Rex Winters.[8]Gloria Reuben guest starred as US Attorney Christine Danielson in the fourth episode "Merchandise", in which the death of a girl who was struck by a car reveals a child trafficking and slavery ring. Baer said of her appearance, "We're bringing back characters we love this season."[6]

    Prior to appearing in season 12, Harden appeared twice in the series, her last appearance being on the season 8premiere episode "Informed".

    David Krumholtz guest starred in the fifth episode "Wet" with actress Rosemary Harris. Krumholtz played an expert on toxic mushrooms who is involved in the same murder investigation that involved Harris' character.[23]Paula Patton, who was originally cast in the role of ADA, also makes a guest appearance as ADA Mikka Von. In the episode, her character is fired because she sent a defense attorney on vacation in order to give the detectives more time in finding who actually committed the murder. In the sixth episode "Branded", Michael Gladis and Kevin Alejandro played two of a trio of rape victims. "They have been branded and sodomized by someone", revealed Baer, who said the show posed the questions, "is there a connection between these men, and what nut case is on the loose?"[24]David Alan Grier played defense attorney Jeremy Swift.[25]Jason Wiles also joined Gladis, Alejandro, and Grier in the episode. Wiles played Alexander Gammon, who becomes a rapist's target.[26]

    Maria Bello appeared in the season's seventh episode "Trophy" as Vivian Arliss. After identifying an ex-convict as the prime suspect for the rape and murder of a girl, Benson discovers that Arliss' mother was raped by the same man. Arliss leaves her son Calvin (Charlie Tahan) in Benson's custody to find the boy's father.[27] She later appeared in tenth episode "Rescue". Marcia Gay Harden returned in the season's eighth episode "Penetration" as FBI Agent Dana Lewis. Agent Lewis is raped while undercover, and her rapist has a connection to one of her previous undercover operations in "Raw".[28]

    Drea de Matteo guest starred as Sondra in the eleventh episode "Pop", as a pregnant battered wife whose abuser also beats her son from another marriage.[29] Matteo said in an interview that she had not read the script prior to accepting the role and explained that, "I just knew that they wanted me to do something on the show and I'm a fan of the show, I was really excited to be on this show. This is like a New York staple. It's part of our culture here".[30]Olympia Dukakis also guest-starred in that episode as an attorney named Debby Marsh, who is hired to represent the son (Al Calderon) of Sondra.[31]Taryn Manning guest starred in the twelfth episode, "Possessed", portraying a woman who years earlier had been coerced into porn. Peyton List also guest starred as the young version of Taryn Manning's onscreen character, Larissa Welsh. They filmed scenes in December 2010.[32]Jeremy Irons guest starred in "Mask" as Dr. Cap Jackson, a sex therapist who runs a sex addiction rehab clinic. "We're elated to work with an actor of Jeremy's caliber", Baer said. "He brings depth, intelligence and charisma to all his varied roles and we couldn't be luckier to have him guest-star on SVU."[33]A.J. Cook guest starred in the same episode as Irons, and Cook portrayed OBGYN Debbie Shields, the lesbian lover of the daughter of Irons' character. Baer mentioned that "[h]er character is brutally attacked."[34]

    Lahti has appeared multiple times as EADA Sonya Paxton since season 11. Her character was killed in the episode "Pursuit".

    Shohreh Aghdashloo guest starred as Detective Saliyah "Sunny" Qadri, an employee of the Brooklyn DA's office in the episode "Dirty".[35]Colm Feore played a wealthy sexual predator named Jordan Hayes in the episode "Flight". Feore said of his character: "Harder is the psychology of a guy who gets his kicks from taking advantage of young women, girls really to be brutally honest. [It's tough] asking yourself what kind of a guy it is who needs to satisfy his desires, such as they are, with innocence".[36]Debra Messing guest starred in the episode, "Pursuit", as a TV journalist who becomes the target of a stalker. Baer described her character as "[a] ballsy television journalist who sets out to nail pedophiles".[37]LuAnn de Lesseps played a socialite who makes a gruesome discovery in the episode, "Bully". Executive producer Dan Truly described her character as a "slightly deranged, out of control artist". For her role, she had to pose semi-nude, for which she said she felt comfortable doing as it was "tasteful".[38] The episode also featured guest appearances from Kate Burton and opera singer Renée Fleming.[39]

    Rose McGowan guest starred as another kind of temptress in the episode "Bombshell". Baer said, "Rose plays a grifter named Cassandra who strikes swinging men who frequent sex clubs. And we're very excited to have her." Ryan Hurst also guest starred.[40]Elizabeth Mitchell, signed for a "horrifying" guest role in the episode "Totem". She guest starred alongside returning guest star Jeremy Irons, who appeared earlier in the season as Dr. Cap Jackson. Elizabeth played an unmarried piano teacher who was the last person to see one of her students alive. For the first time, the series dealt with a case in which a woman is suspected of sexually assaulting and murdering a child. Because of the rarity of this offense, Dr. Jackson is called in to consult with Benson and Stabler because he has studied women who have committed this type of crime.[41]

    Diane Neal, who portrayed ADA Casey Novak from the fifth season until the end of the ninth season, reprised her role for the episode "Reparations"[19] along with Law & Order: LA actor Terrence Howard, whose character (DDA Joe Dekker) comes to New York to defend his cousin. This episode was the second crossover-episode with Law & Order: LA of the season.[42]Lori Singer played Dede, a mother whose baby is kidnapped in the episode "Bang".[43]John Stamos guest starred in the same episode playing an adoption attorney with a secret passion.[18]Rita Wilson played Bree Mazelon, the protective mother of a teen (Sterling Beaumon) under investigation in the episode, "Delinquent".

    Episodes[edit]

    See also: List of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episodes

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