Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Season 10 Episode 9

PTSD

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Dec 02, 2008 on NBC

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  • Trivia

    • Fin is a former Army Ranger.

    • Goof: In an Article 32 Hearing for a Marine personnel, the presiding judge should be a Navy or Marine senior or flag officer, but the judge is wearing an Army uniform. Even though this situation could be allowed in a military court during a deployment, it's extremely rare if the procedure is taking place in U.S. territory.

    • Goof: When the ADA and the JAG officer leave his office, you can see other military personnel walking behind them. The men walking behind them are in Summer white uniforms and the JAG officer is in Winter blues. Every sailor in the same region wears the same uniform except for the khaki uniform, which can be worn for certain occupations regardless of the season.

    • Goof: When the ADA is talking to the JAG officer as he is leaving the building, he is not wearing a cover (hat). Anytime you are outside in a uniform, you are to wear a cover.

    • Goof: Det. Fin Tutuola states that a Marine Cobra attack helicopter has "two pilots and a door gunner." A picture of a door gunner is then flashed on the computer screen. This is incorrect. A Cobra only has a two-person crew and does not have a door gunner or a door for that matter. A former Army Ranger would have known this.

    • Goof: When Benson finds the victim, she asks that hospitals be canvassed for a "six to eight week old, premature baby" That makes no sense. What she actually meant to say was a "six to eight week premature baby"

  • Quotes

    • Olivia Benson: Would you have killed him?
      Master Sgt. Dominic Pruitt: Would you have shot me?
      Olivia Benson: I can't answer that, and you deserve to know why... I was sexually assaulted six months ago.
      Master Sgt. Dominic Pruitt: Quit kicking yourself.
      Olivia Benson: That's easy to say, and hard to do.
      Master Sgt. Dominic Pruitt: It takes practice. You'll get there.

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