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|"Making a Rapist"|
|←||SVU, Episode 18.02||→|
|Production number: 18002|
First aired: 28 September 2016
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After 16 years in prison, a convicted rapist is released from prison due to newly tested DNA evidence. But only a day later, Detective Tutuola is called to the scene of a shocking crime and will need to investigate the whereabouts of the man he arrested years ago.
- Mariska Hargitay as Lieutenant Olivia Benson
- Kelli Giddish as Detective Amanda Rollins
- Ice-T as Detective Odafin Tutuola
- Peter Scanavino as Detective Dominick Carisi, Jr.
- Raúl Esparza as A.D.A. Rafael Barba
- Kelli Williams as Melanie Harper
- Cody Kostro as Charlie Dobkins
- Henry Thomas as Sean Roberts
- Joe Biden as Himself
- Alexis Collins as Ashley Harper
- Alok Tewari as Doctor Ranjit Singh
- Ryan Jonze as Jeff Nichols
- David Spadora as Zach Brenner
- Meredith Handerhan as Marie Dobkins
- Haskiri Velazquez as Shyvon Stevens
- Erica Camanaro as Officer Rachel Ortiz
- Sarah Malone as Woman
- Jim Forsha as Doctor
- Fin Tutuola: I'm good. Bad guy went down, that's all that matters.
- Olivia Benson: Well, if you ever feel like talking...
- Fin: Talking's overrated.
- John Buchanan (to Fin): You must be embarrassed about sending an innocent man to prison for 16 years.
- Fin: I didn't convict anyone. I just arrested him. And no, I'm not embarrassed.
Background Information and Notes Edit
- The episode is based on the case of Steven Avery, a man wrongfully convicted of the rape and attempted murder of a woman in 1985. In 2003, he was exonerated and released from prison due to new forensic evidence, only to be arrested again in 2005 for the murder of another woman. He was convicted of the murder in 2007 and sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. Avery's story was the inspiration for the documentary Making a Murderer.
Episode scene cards Edit
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