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|←||SVU, Episode 15.17||→|
|Production number: 15017|
First aired: 12 March 2014
| Teleplay By|
Julie Martin & Warren Leight
Rollins' gambling addiction costs her more than money when a misstep puts her on the wrong side of the law.
Detective Amanda Rollins' addiction drives her to an illegal gambling club, where waitress Clare Wilson recognizes her as a cop. To protect her job, Rollins strikes a deal with the club managers to make their illegal transgressions disappear. But when the debt isn't paid to their liking, she doubles down and loses, forcing Sergeant Benson and Detective Tutuola to suspect one of their own of an unthinkable crime.
Rollins is in a heap of trouble when her addiction gets the better of her when she sneaks to an illegal gambling club and when troubled Clare Wilson recognize her as a cop. Amanda finds herself between her job and her life!
- Mariska Hargitay as Sergeant Olivia Benson
- Danny Pino as Detective Nick Amaro
- Kelli Giddish as Detective Amanda Rollins
- Raúl Esparza as A.D.A. Rafael Barba (credit only)
- Ice-T as Detective Odafin Tutuola
- Stefanie Scott as Clare Wilson
- Karen Tsen Lee as DNA Tech Susan Chung
- Donal Logue as Declan O'Rourke a.k.a. Lieutenant Declan Murphy
- Michael Potts as I.A.B. Sergeant Cole Draper
- Caris Vujcec as Detective Louise Campesi
- Jacqueline Hendy as Defense Attorney Sofia Crane
- Lothaire Bluteau as Anton Nadari
- Federico Dordei as Marcelo Guarana
- Fernanda Andrade as Marianna Guarana
- Benny Nieves as Carlos Riva
- Sherri Saum as Sondra Vaughn
- John Mondin as Evidence Officer
- Elliot Stabler
- Megan Wheeler: Rollins uses the badge of Detective Megan Wheeler, partner to Mike Logan and Zack Nichols on "Criminal Intent," to get evidence for the club owners. Amaro later mentions that "Wheeler retired four years ago" - the character last appeared on CI four years prior to the original airdate of this episode.
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