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Zach Appelman in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit () Donald Sage Mackay and Henny Russell in Law & Order: SVU (). Ice-T, Dann Florek, and Danny Release Date: 25 September (USA) See . Amazon Affiliates. Amazon Video Watch Movies & TV Online · Prime Video Unlimited Streaming of Movies &. The fifteenth season of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit made its debut with a two-hour On the promotion, SVU executive producer and showrunner Warren Leight expressed, . season, Title, Directed by, Written by, Original air date, Prod. .. "Mariska Hargitay Confirms Her Return to Law & Order: SVU". E! Online. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Episode Guide on EPisodeWorld with airdates and detailed by a man she met on the Internet, the detectives set up a special sting operation but end up stepping service where the boss may have reasons for sending her staff on potentially deadly dates. 15x01 - Surrender Benson.
When the body of a teenager is found with her older cousin's I. As their investigation intensified, they realised that the victim was the object of an older man's obsession, but before they can arrest him he also turns up dead. When a wealthy couple is found dead in their home, Benson and Stabler soon realise that their deaths are connected to a drug smuggling ring.
Eventually the road leads back to the same drug dealers who forced a former assistant district attorney into hiding, and Alex Cabot comes home to face her enemies. Fourteen years ago, Elliot had a chance to nail Gordon Rickett for the abduction, rape and murder of Dana MacNamara, but Rickett managed to get off.
With the recent discovery of the body of Kerry Lynn Palmer, Elliot has another chance at cracking the case. They can only hold Rickett for twenty-four hours, but are able to glean enough information during that time period to at least have a place to start. After an year-old girl is kidnapped, psychic Sebastian Ballentine comes forward claiming to have information on the killings.
Thomas Sadoski returns as Nate Davis, a character who also appeared in the previous episode "Rapist Anonymous".
Stefanie Scott returns as Clare Wilson. Donal Logue has a recurring role starting in this episode until the end of the season, as Lieutenant Declan Murphy. The episode also marks the directorial debut of Mariska Hargitaywhose character, Sergeant Olivia Benson, goes head to head with MacArthur.
Katie Couric also makes a cameo appearance, playing herself as a talk show host who quizzes MacArthur about the headline grabbing case.
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Summer Bishil and Questlove guest star. This is the second appearance of Mathis on the show as she had first appeared in "Control", the ninth episode of the fifth season. She had also auditioned for the role of Detective Olivia Benson in Jeffrey Tambor returns as counselor Lester Cohen. I may patent this. I think I'll call it Neighbourhood Text. I guess this is what you'd call a 'defiant attitude'.
In spite of the guy's sociopathicness and the gun pointed at her head, Olivia is still remarkably brazen in the face of danger. Now she's threatening him with the entire police department chasing him down. Then he hits her in the face with the gun aaaand cue title credits! In case you were wondering, they're more-or-less the same only everyone is in different outfits at the end and Mariska Hargitay has cut her hair again.
Are you thrilled by these developments? In the precinct, everyone is wandering around casually doing their jobs. It's a stark contrast, which was probably the point.
Amaro Danny Pino has to pay for coffee even though he doesn't drink it haha, sucker and Brian turns up with flowers. It's around now that they begin to realise that no one has seen Olivia since yesterday evening and they sort of start to wonder.
I know she's in trouble right now, but doesn't that seem like a little bit of overkill? I mean they don't know she's in trouble. Oh and Munch Richard Belzer was hanging around too, so that's all the gang. In the hallway outside Benson's apartment, Fin and Rollins quickly realise something is wrong - there's mail hanging around outside and according to Fin it's been thirty-five hours They knock on the door, look more and more worried, and then abrupt scene change!
Inside Olivia's apartment damn it, did they bust the door down? I want to know! Olivia's hair and blood are all over the place well hair I could understand, it is her apartment after all and Fin finds keys on the stove that smell like burnt flesh.
Everyone looks suitably sickened. Rollins gets an alert that they've tracked Olivia's mobile or cellphone and it's in the halfway house where Lewis used to live. Fin and Amaro go there and beat up Lewis' roommate until they a find the phone buried in a pile of coats long story and b the roommate tells them that Lewis was going to go and meet up with his lawyer. He took the roommate's car. Rollins bursts into the courtroom like a pro to drag the lawyer out of her arraignment and question her.
I'm seriously this close to pulling a Nick Amaro and punching you in the face. The annoying lawyer still thinks that Lewis is innocent we try not to blame her, because sociopaths are notoriously difficult to spot, but seriously. Why is she so dumb? She mentions that they stopped at her parents' house, and her parents aren't home. It's in Bellport, or Belport, but I don't know where that is. The police obviously do, because 'Suffolk Police' cars pull up in front of the house and they spot the car that Lewis stole.
Fin checks the boot or trunk while the rest charge into the house. It's a quiet charge. The house is pretty quiet too, and Rollins spots a dead guy on the floor. He's old and his walker is next to him, but he's been duct-taped and has a This is a hard way for annoying lawyer to learn that her boyfriend's a sociopath, because I think that's her dad.
His body is cold, so he's been dead for a while. In the boot or trunk of the car, Fin finds a bedsheet, a lot of blood and Olivia's necklace which she left for them. So she was still alive. Lewis has taken the car from the garage, so Cragen suggests calling the annoying lawyer and finding out what car her parents drive. Inside the house, Rollins and Nick are busting into the bedroom.
There are ropes and stuff, so they figure Lewis stayed there for a while. Rollins opens the cupboard or closet and there's a dead elderly lady hanging there in her bra. They lift her down she was hanging by her hands - or, rather, Amaro lifts her down in a pretty awesome macho moment.
She's rushed to hospital in an ambulance well duh, sorry for stating the obvious and Rollins goes with. The woman is horrified that her daughter's boyfriend is a psycho and mentions that there was a woman in the room aka Olivia.
Lewis made Olivia watch while he raped the woman, and any time she tried to close her eyes he burnt the woman. This guy is seriously screwed up. The woman says that Olivia passed out, and she thinks she was still alive - but then the woman herself passes out and the annoying paramedics won't let Rollins question her anymore okay, okay, they're just doing their jobs.
Back at the precinct, Brian is freaking out and Munch is trying to calm him down. He says Olivia is a survivor.
I think that being alive isn't much cop if you spend the rest of your life traumatised, but sure. In fact she's handcuffed inside the backseat of a car, because we're back with her and Lewis.
He got a bunch of creepy stuff from a hardware store, oh joy.
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He pours vodka down Benson's throat, then gives her a sip of water she's thirsty but pours the rest away and for some reason shoves the empty bottle down her shirt. He keeps calling her terms of endearment, which makes it all the more creepy which is obviously the point and then he kisses her through the duct tape. I don't get it.
How does that even work? I seriously hope I get to kill you at some point in the next 67 minutes. He's usually pretty consistent in certain details - the hardware store stuff WTF does he want with a soldering iron?!
He doesn't always let them live. Rollins mentions that he wanted to take his lawyer girlfriend to the beach, and Brian unhelpfully points out how many beaches there are on Long Island and then throws a temper tantrum instead of doing something useful. Olivia and Lewis are driving through the night. Lewis is listening to a ridiculously cheerful song and singing along, which is possibly the worst torture yet. Benson is lying on the floor in the back mostly covered by a tarpaulin. Suddenly sirens flash behind Lewis.
The car is getting pulled over! Olivia looks hopeful, but I'm not because I know that there's no way she's going to be rescued eighteen minutes in. Lewis threatens to kill the officer, who he says is young, if Olivia moves.
At first, it seems like Lewis will be able to pull it off he went through a flashing red light, which is why he was pulled over but the cop starts to get suspicious after spotting the vodka bottles on the front seat. He questions the tarpaulin in the back and then Lewis grabs him, yanks him in through the window and blows his brains out. Wasn't that descriptive of me? But seriously, it was the only phrase that fit. The next morning, the detectives are on the scene. Lewis stole the gun and badge of the officer he killed, used the squad car to pull over a mother in a white minivan and then locked her and her baby in the squad car while he drove off.
They're searching anywhere and everywhere nearby but so far they've found nothing. At least we know they're putting a lot of effort into it, right? Lewis and his white minivan find a house with a bunch of letters in the box. Because he walks right in, dragging Olivia, and throws her on the bed. He wants to get rid of the car but says it won't take him long. Olivia communicates through whimpers and longing gestures that she needs the toilet, which is in the next room.
Lewis says she can go, but she seems to be lacking the strength even to get off the bed. He offers to help her. Hospital taught me that. Olivia doesn't really have much choice, though, because she's probably as drugged as I was at the time, so Lewis hauls her to her feet and puts a gun under her chin. Is he trying to scare her into peeing her pants? She doesn't, anyway, and he shoves her towards the toilet but the screen goes mercifully blank.