Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Season 14 Episode 21

Traumatic Wound

7
Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM May 01, 2013 on NBC
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Episode Fan Reviews (4)

8.8
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28 votes
  • request

    9.0
    they should make a episode when one of detective stabler daughter get raped and when Olivia Benson partners daughter get sexually assaulted
  • Very good

    10
    Unfortunately, too many kids don't think of any consequences (usually because mom& dad will get them out of it) & do things like this. Not caring whether the victim is harmed - they just want a 'good' laugh at the expensive of someone else. AND this occurs whether the kids are wealthy & white or poor & black.

    Always good to show that even the White kids are NOT sweet, innocent kids.

    This show was very well made and brought out the problems so many of our military go through. The entire show was well made.
  • Old hat

    2.0
    It's getting very hackneyed for L&O to write episodes about rich white trust fund kids gone bad. This is the 2nd episode in a row on that theme. Years ago, L&O was famous for its twist in the last 5 minutes where the perp would turn out to be completely unexpected. Now, it's completely predictable with the bad guys almost always being white, rich, and conservative or religious.



    I like the was they kept that photo of the black guy on the bulletin board as one of the suspects even though they never brought him in for questioning. I guess they wanted to look even-handed.
  • Traumatic World

    6.0
    It could have been an interesting episode, the premise was relevant enough, but then it turned into Dick Wolf's commentary against war and the struggles of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome, as opposed to getting the rapist's in trouble. Should the unit have gone so aggressively after the trust fund kids for a crime not even that serious?
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