Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Disrobed

Season 1, Ep 13, Aired 2/4/00
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  • Episode Description
  • After a judge is found murdered in his car, the detectives begin looking into his background and learn that he often delivered special verdicts for women in return for sexual favors and was also behind the funding of a local governor's bid for re-election. The team soon turns their eye to a battered wife with a secret.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Michelle Hurd

    Det. Monique Jeffries

  • Jack Gwaltney

    Roger Silver

  • Mariska Hargitay

    Det. Olivia Benson

  • Bill Marcus

    State Attorney General Marcus

  • Leslie Hendrix

    M.E. Rodgers

  • Fan Reviews (9)
  • There Goes The Judge

    By BigB11, Jan 31, 2014

  • this was a good ep

    By cube2k8, Jun 04, 2010

  • A great, but sad episode.

    By farscapefanuk, Aug 19, 2007

  • Probably one of the best ones during the first season...

    By aquamarina16, Apr 19, 2007

  • Law and Order Special Victims Unit!

    By ourkissgoodbye, Feb 02, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (13)

    • Elliot Stabler: You know what's funny? We're cops from the city and you're treating us like we're the hicks from upstate.

    • (The suspect asks Stabler what the victim was whining about.) Elliot Stabler: Dead men don't whine.

    • (The victim has been shot in both the head and the groin.) Donald Cragen: Could it have been a hit? John Munch: If it was a hit, they would have shot him in only one head.

    • Roger Silver: Pretty and smart. You married, Detective?
      Elliot Stabler: Why don't you play The Dating Game with someone who shares your clinical diagnosis?

    • John Munch: Hello and welcome to Parole Phone. If you're paying with sex, press 1. If you want to make a donation to a phony charity, press 2. Elliot Stabler: Yeah, the charities are good, it's the donations that are phony.

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    Notes (2)

    • Special billing was given to Angie Everhart (and) in this episode.

    • This episode marked the last appearance of Dean Winters in the recurring role of Det. Brian Cassidy.

    Trivia (3)

    • This marks the first on-screen shooting of a suspect by Olivia Benson.

    • Goof: In the opening scene, Munch reaches into the victim's car and pulls a gun holster out of the car; however, he is not wearing latex gloves. Detectives would never touch any evidence from a crime scene without wearing gloves.

    • Goof: When Stabler hands Benson her breakfast, she takes a bite out of it and is chewing, but when they show it again, there is no part missing.

    Allusions (1)

    • Witness: (at a lineup) She could be #2… but she also looks like #3… and 4. Munch: Too bad you weren't at the grassy knoll. The grassy knoll refers to a site near the 1963 John F. Kennedy assassination, it is a small hill in Dealey Plaza, Dallas, Texas. Many eyewitnesses were on the knoll overlooking the presidential cavalcade when the shots were fired, some of whom claimed the sounds came from the knoll, not the depository, fueling conspiracy theorists for decades to come.

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