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|←||SVU, Episode 7.10||→|
|Production number: 07011|
First aired: 29 November 2005
| Written By|
Neal Baer & Amanda Green
When a teenager and her younger sister end up in the hospital after a day at the park, detectives learn that both girls were abducted from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina along with a third sister who is still missing. Despite the interference of a local reporter, Jackson Zane, detectives are able to catch the kidnapper, a known pedophile, and recover the girl, but when Alvin Dutch dies and the autopsy determines it was anthrax, Benson puts everything on the line so that she can get the truth that the people deserve out there.
Main cast Edit
- Christopher Meloni as Detective Elliot Stabler
- Mariska Hargitay as Detective Olivia Benson
- Richard Belzer as Detective John Munch
- Diane Neal as A.D.A. Casey Novak
- Ice-T as Detective Odafin Tutuola
- B.D. Wong as Dr. George Huang
- Tamara Tunie as Dr. Melinda Warner
- Dann Florek as Captain Donald Cragen
Recurring cast Edit
- John Schuck as Chief of Detectives Muldrew
- Mike Doyle as Forensics Technician Ryan O'Halloran
- Joel de la Fuente as TARU Technician Ruben Morales
- Stephen Gregory as Dr. Kyle Beresford
- William H. Burns as Officer Robbins
Guest cast Edit
- Matthew Settle as Jackson Zane
- Leo Marks as Michael Delpit
- Birdie M. Hale as Goldie Prioleaux
- Keke Palmer as Tasha Wright
- Russell Hornsby as Alvin Dutch
- Stephen Beach as Federal Officer
- Lou Sumrall as Clayton Miles
- Nickayla Tucker as Nicki Wright
- Drucie McDaniel as Felicity Gill
- Mando Alvarado as Taxi Driver
- Jean Arbeiter as Woman
- Barbara Lee Govan as Mrs. Fontenont
- Nathanael Albright as Paramedic Jones
- Mark J. Foley as CDC Technician
- Edward M. Kelahan as Haz Mat (uncredited)
- Clark Corman
- Hurricane Katrina
- Leavenworth Prison
- Rachel Martin
- New Jersey
- "Why, Santa, why?"
- – John Munch discovers the FBI cleaned out the squad room's evidence
- "Who do we call when we've been raped?"
- – Odafin Tutuola discovering the squad room's evidence has been cleaned out
- Federal Officer: The federal government is prepared to deal with any and all exigencies.
- Munch: Sure, by calling in the black helicopters.
- Tutuola: For once, he's not being paranoid.
- "If people are too stupid to prepare for all eventualities, then they're too dumb to live. I view it as natural selection."
- – Michael Delpit
- "I give them your name, they win. There's no freedom without free press. Now, I chose to write this story. And I'll take the consequences. Good-bye, Olivia. Don't come back."
- – Jackson Zane to Olivia Benson while in jail
Background information and notes Edit
- According to Dr. Huang, 2,300 children and 4,500 sex offenders have gone missing since Hurricane Katrina.
- Olivia's undercover name is Rachel Martin that was previously used in the episode, "Starved."
- Goldie Prioleaux mentions Hurricane Camille which happened in 1969, but then says that Kennedy is the president, but he died in 1963.
Episode scene cards Edit
Hurricane Help Center
St. Mark's Hospital
20 Federal Plaza
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