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"Smut"
SVU, Episode 10.10
Production number: 10010
First aired: 9 December 2008
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Smut
Written By
Neal Baer

Directed By
David Platt

Plot Edit

SVU tries to make a case against an accused serial rapist who drugs his victims so that they have no recollection of the incidents.

Summary Edit

Episode summary

Cast Edit

Main cast Edit

Recurring cast Edit

Guest cast Edit

References Edit

Pornography Addiction; Normandy Cafe; Fitness Factor; Exquisite Express; Forest Hills; Hex-Dump

Quotes Edit

Olivia Benson: You can’t tell me that there’s no connection between porn and rape.
Fin Tutuola: Whoa, whoa, whoa, look – I`ve enjoyed adult entertainment a time or two and I have never forced a woman.
Olivia Benson: So after what we see all day, you go home and watch women being degraded to get off?
Fin Tutuola: All women don’t feel the same way you do about porn. My girl digs it. Plus you've got women running multi-million dollar porn production companies.
Elliot Stabler: Women making porn? That’s like the whore on the corner working her way up to pimp. Doesn’t make it right.
Fin Tutuola: Lighten up choir boy. You don’t have to be a perv to like porn.
Olivia Benson: Oh yeah? Then how come people don’t put “V for Vagina” next to “Vertigo” on their bookshelves?
Fin Tutuola: 'Cause they’re afraid of being judged by prudes like you.


Kim Greyleck: I don't get it. You're handsome, well educated. You have a good job, money. Why did you get into porn? Not good in the sack?



(Watching footage of a rape in court.)

Lutz: (jumping up) Turn it off!
Greylek: Are you sure? (looks at his crotch) Because that's not an objection you're raising.

Background information and notes Edit

Although rated TV-14 DSV for intensely suggestive dialogue, intense sexual situations and intense violence, NBC ran an additional warning that the episode contained mature content and advised viewer discretion. T

This episode appears to be ripped from the headlines of the Andrew Luster case. Andrew Luster, a descendant of a famous Hollywood family, was found guilty on 86 counts of poisoning, battery, rape, and other similar charges in 2003. Luster would charm women, then drug them and sexually assault them. He also taped the assaults, but stated that the tapes showed only consensual sex.

Episode scene cards Edit

1 2 3

Pakidala Courier Agency
44 East 39th street
Friday, October 31

Residence of
Eric Lutz
323 West 91st street
Friday, October 31

Residence of
Laurel Andrews
69-102 Harrow Street
Forest Hills, Queens
Sunday, November 2

4 5

Trial Part 67
Friday, December 5

Office of
Assistant District Attorney
Kim Greylek
Tuesday, December 9


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