Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Season 2 Episode 13

Victims

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Feb 09, 2001 on NBC
9.0
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A former police officer, now a community activist, is a suspect in the murders of known sex offenders, all of whom share a certain characteristic that scars their victims for life.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Elliot sees himself in a suspect.

    9.0
    This episode was outstanding. I really loved how tightly connected Elliot felt he was to the case, especially the suspect who was under investigation for murdering two sex offenders. Elliot is inclined to just forget the investigation or hand it over to homicide, but Cragen insists and Elliot has to come to terms with his own emotions. Olivia handles herself very professionally, but Elliot needs help getting through it. In one of the best interrogation scenes of the second season, Elliot sits down with the main suspect and just talks to him. It wasn't heavy questioning, but an emotional Elliot talking about a past case that caused him many personal issues. It was great to see an Elliot heavy episode that had him really struggling and needing help, rather than being his usual tough and strong self.moreless
  • Known sex offenders are being murdered, and a community activist-who also happens to be a former police officer-is the prime suspect.

    8.1
    A great episode of a great series. We get some real insight into Stabler's character in a chilling interrogation room scene with Eric Roberts. Roberts is great in his guest shot as a former cop turned neighborhood crusader.

    As with most episodes in the series, the perp is the one that we least suspect, until you hear the evidence.
  • Law and Order Special Victims Unit!

    8.0
    When a convicted child molester, Thomas Marchek is found shot point blank in the head, One Police Plaza hands the case to the Detectives of the Special Victims Unit. At first glance, the family of Marchek's victim becomes the focus of the investigation. Tension starts to run high when another convicted rapist, Craig Moss, is found dead. Once the detectives uncover more evidence, it leads them to, Sam Winfield, a member of Citizen Watch who was known to harass Marchek. It turns out that the two victims we featured on a flyer that was put out by the Citizen Watch group. In an effort to prevent another murder, they inform the other's who were on the same flyers of the possibility that their lives may be at risk. Winfield is cleared of all charges when Marchek's ex girlfriend is found with her wrist slit in a bathtub. They get her confession while she is in the hospital, which leads them to her friend who works at a local aids clinic.



    This is a good episode. It is sorta confusing to watch while the detectives are trying to piece together the evidence in order to find the perp. But in the end they solve the case, and the good guys win once again.moreless
  • sex offenders are being killed 1 by one soooo benson and stabler get assigned to the case

    8.1
    a sex offender gets killed and stabler is forced to find out who killed him because the knows the history of the victim, even if hes doesnt want to. benson investigates the case profesionaly while stabler strugles to. they find a likely suspect but hes is soon cleared and the killer is someone you wouldnt expect:)
Dann Florek

Dann Florek

Capt. Donald Cragen

Richard Belzer

Richard Belzer

Det. John Munch

Mariska Hargitay

Mariska Hargitay

Det. Olivia Benson

Christopher Meloni

Christopher Meloni

Det. Elliot Stabler

Ice-T

Ice-T

Det. Odafin Tutuola

Stephanie March

Stephanie March

A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot

Eric Roberts

Eric Roberts

Sam Winfield

Guest Star

Ann Dowd

Ann Dowd

Louise Durning

Guest Star

Rosemarie DeWitt

Rosemarie DeWitt

Gloria Palmera

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Goof: When Benson and Stabler interview the doctor in the interrogation room, near the end of the episode, in the background the door is open, showing the filing cabinets, then in later shots it is closed.

  • QUOTES (4)

    • (Stabler in the SVU Squad room about to go home.)
      Donald Cragen: Elliot ... how'd it go with the doc?
      Elliot Stabler: (clears throat) She said the bandage probably kept most of Gloria's blood from entering the wound.
      Donald Cragen: Good.
      Elliot Stabler: (pulls out two bottles of medicine and holding them up for Cragen to see) Just in case, she gave me a month's supply of antiretrovirals.
      Donald Cragen: Then what?
      Elliot Stabler: Wait and see.
      Donald Cragen: That's going to make for a hell of a month. (Stabler smiles and starts to walk away) Listen, if there's anything --
      Elliot Stabler: (interrupts Cragen) I got it covered.
      Donald Cragen: Well, you got my number.
      Elliot Stabler: (turns back around to face Cragen) Captain. Thanks.

    • (Benson to Stabler in the SVU Squad room as he puts his coat on about to go home.)
      Olivia Benson: You okay? You wanna go grab a drink?
      Elliot Stabler: No, I should go home.
      Olivia Benson: Sure?
      Elliot Stabler: Yeah
      Olivia Benson: Okay. I'll see you tomorrow.
      Elliot Stabler: You will. (pats her arm then turns around and walks off)

    • Elliot Stabler: Why aren't you at school?
      Corrine Wilson: I have school here. My mom teaches me.
      Elliot Stabler: Why?
      Corrine Wilson: I don't like it when people look at me. I'm ugly.
      Elliot Stabler: That's not true.
      Corrine Wilson: (turns head to show Stabler the scar on the side of her face) Yes, it is.

    • Elliot Stabler: Hi Corrine. It's me, Elliot. Do you remember? (no answer) I almost didn't recognize you. It's been so long. You've grown a lot. How've you been?
      Corrine Wilson: I remember you. You caught that man.
      Elliot Stabler: Yes.
      Corrine Wilson: Thank you.
      Elliot Stabler: You never have to thank me for that.

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