Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Season 6 Episode 22

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM May 17, 2005 on NBC
8.7
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After a woman's head is found in a car junkyard, the detectives track it down to the black market.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • The return of Amy Soleway!

    10
    Oh this episode is so great, but so sad...



    When some random body parts are found in a junkyard it leads to an investigation of selling body parts on the black market... which eventually leads to an investigation of people who are paid for their kidneys which save dying patients.



    This episode is so sad, but so amazing. Munch is so invested in it, it's amazing! He's so sweet when they have that kidney they can't use, and he brings Amy in... I also loved how Casey was helping Munch by telling Amy that Munch never came to her... and all that. Plus when she gives the kidney to the little boy.... awwww... I was so close to crying when Elliot had to stay with him... Something about this episode really hit home and I definently want to be an organ donor now... It brought up a lot of questions about selling organs for me... But a superb episode, and not just cause I think Marlee Matlin is amazing!moreless
  • Law and Order Special Victims Unit!

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    When the head, arm and leg of Manette Combs is found in a car in a junk yard, the Detectives of the Special Victims Unit are called in to investigate the possible connection to a sex crime. Their first suspect is Manette's boyfriend Leon, whose name was tattooed on her ankle. They find out that he did indeed kill Manette, but was not responsible for her dismemberment. When the medical examiner that original ruled Manette's death as accidental was interviewed, they find that she was buried in Potter's Field along with other Jane and John Doe's. When they find her casket, they find that there is no body, or parts there. This leads the Detectives on a hunt for someone interested in selling human body parts. This is a good episode. It starts off kinda slow, but once the Detectives find out that there is someone out there stealing body parts, the storyline picks up. We also get to see the return of the character Amy Solwey. She is still looking for kidneys to replace hers, which are failing, even if it means doing things on the black market.moreless
  • Woman's Dismembered body is found.

    10
    Lady's head and arm was in a car and cut her hand off. Doctor or butcher believed to have killed her. Vin's hooked then turned to heroine. She was last seen 6-7 months ago. He was a Jew and possibly OCD. She had oral sex with an african american. Leon says he pushed and killed her on an accident. He only had 1 hour to dismember her and it was too neat. Prescison was straining to heal therefore victim was still alive when cut. Man buys dead people and dismembers them some for medical research and some for himself. She WAS NOT an organ doctor.moreless
Dann Florek

Dann Florek

Capt. Donald Cragen

Richard Belzer

Richard Belzer

Det. John Munch

BD Wong

BD Wong

Dr. George Huang

Christopher Meloni

Christopher Meloni

Det. Elliot Stabler

Ice-T

Ice-T

Det. Odafin Tutuola

Diane Neal

Diane Neal

A.D.A. Casey Novak

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Elliot Stabler: Are you an organ donor?
      John Munch: Yup.
      Elliot Stabler: I thought Jews had to be buried with all their body parts?
      John Munch: I figured the big guy will give me a pass if I leave a piece of myself to help someone else.

    • John Munch: You could die waiting.
      Amy Solway: I'll take my chances.

  • NOTES (0)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • When the detectives are speculating as to why the victim was dismembered, Munch suggests that the killer '...made lampshades...you know, like Ed Gein'. Munch is referring to the 1957 case from Plainfield, Wisconsin, in which Gein's home was found to contain artifacts made from human body parts and skin. Munch pronounces Gein's name as if it rhymes with 'mine'. The correct pronunciation rhymes with 'mean'.

    • M.E. Warner: The heroin is sold under the street name 'Shock and Awe'.

      Shock and Awe was the US military's term for their bombing of Iraq.

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