Watch Law & Order: Special Victim... Season 13
Season 13, Episode 23
aired: Wed, May 23, 2012
The team must proceed with caution when an underage escort is found dead at a wild bachelor party with high-profile people in attendance; Brian Cassidy (Dean Winters), a former SVU detective who is working under, helps Benson and Amaro investigate.
Season 13, Episode 22
aired: Wed, May 16, 2012
When the investigation into a missing teen leads the detectives to a severed leg, they are drawn into the world of self-mutilation and ritual amputation.
Season 13, Episode 21
aired: Wed, May 9, 2012
Detective Tutuola's future son-in-law becomes the latest victim in a series of hate crimes against gay men; the squad searches for a connection when a school teacher (Tony Hale) is attacked in a similar fashion.
Season 13, Episode 20
aired: Wed, May 2, 2012
When a teenage girl disappears, the squad discovers a suspect who seems to be targeting young, vulnerable women with a similar personal connection; Dr. Huang delves into his past in order to help solve the case.
Season 13, Episode 19
aired: Wed, Apr 25, 2012
A vigilante group forms in response to a string of rapes; concerns over his wife's fidelity distract Amaro.
Season 13, Episode 18
aired: Wed, Apr 18, 2012
A man sees his wife abducted while video chatting with her, but Benson finds that the victim tried to pick up the ransom herself.
Season 13, Episode 17
aired: Wed, Apr 11, 2012
A rape investigation leads to one of Detective Benson's old cases being reopened; as Benson's work is scrutinized, her relationship with Executive ADA David Haden is put in jeopardy.
aired: Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Olivia's half-brother shows up looking for help when child services threatens to take his kids away; the investigation into an abandoned baby found by a homeless couple leads to a shocking discovery.
aired: Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Benson and Executive ADA Haden must cut their romantic weekend short to investigate the disappearance of an underage prostitute, who seems to be one in a series of escorts who went missing after advertising on a newspaper's website.
Watch Law & Order: Special Victim... Season 12
Season 12, Episode 26
aired: Wed, May 18, 2011
Detectives Benson and Stabler investigate when a woman scheduled to testify in a high-profile rape case is murdered.
Season 12, Episode 25
aired: Wed, May 11, 2011
When a woman finds a teenage boy sleeping naked in her bedroom, detectives Benson and Stabler investigate the teen and his mother to find out what really happened.
Season 12, Episode 24
aired: Wed, May 4, 2011
After a baby is found on a playground, Detectives Stabler and Benson look for the child's caregiver.
Season 12, Episode 23
aired: Wed, Apr 6, 2011
DDA Jonah Dekker (Terrence Howard) comes to New York to defend his cousin, who has been accused of rape; ADA Casey Novak (Diane Neal) helps Detectives Stabler and Benson with the case.
Season 12, Episode 22
aired: Wed, Mar 30, 2011
In the 12th-season finale, a rape-trial witness is murdered before she's able to testify, so Benson and Stabler look for links between her homicide and the rape case and uncover some surprising relationships.
Season 12, Episode 21
aired: Wed, Mar 23, 2011
A woman discovers a naked teenage boy---whom she doesn't know---asleep in her bedroom, and the boy's overprotective mom (Rita Wilson) defends her son's devious actions. When police investigate, they're reminded of how misleading appearances can be.
Season 12, Episode 20
aired: Wed, Feb 23, 2011
A woman (Lori Singer) is questioned by police after her newly adopted baby is found alone on a playground. Detectives then investigate her fiancé (John Stamos), a man with a sinister past who's also dating the baby's nanny.
Season 12, Episode 19
aired: Wed, Feb 16, 2011
Family vengeance factors into a rape case in which both the cops and the suspect seek outside help: ADA Casey Novak (Diane Neal) returns to help police, while the accused man recruits his cousin, L.A. DDA Jonah Dekker (Terrence Howard), to defend him.
Season 12, Episode 18
aired: Wed, Feb 9, 2011
A young girl's body is found with a doll left as a totem, so police retrace her last steps, which included a lesson with her piano teacher (Elizabeth Mitchell). They then seek help from a psychologist (Jeremy Irons) who decodes the meaning of the totem.
Season 12, Episode 17
aired: Wed, Feb 2, 2011
A family man's stabbing leads to the exposure of his secret pastime at a swingers' club. Benson and Stabler then go undercover at the club, where they encounter a flirtatious woman (Rose McGowan) with a possessive boyfriend.
Season 12, Episode 15
aired: Wed, Jan 12, 2011
The TV host (Debra Messing) of a show that spotlights predators receives threats to her safety, and this reawakens her hunt for her sister's abductor. An ADA with connections to the TV host then assists detectives in their investigation.
Season 12, Episode 14
aired: Wed, Feb 9, 2011
After a sexual assault is broadcast on a college's intranet, Stabler and Fin look for the people involved. During the investigation, the attacker's attention-seeking motives come to light.
Season 12, Episode 13
aired: Wed, Jan 5, 2011
Investigation into the death of a young boy leads to a gambling ring.
Season 12, Episode 12
aired: Wed, Jan 5, 2011
A woman (Taryn Manning) is attacked in her apartment, and detectives must ask her to revisit her painful buried past in order to solve the case.
Season 12, Episode 11
aired: Wed, Dec 1, 2010
A woman (A.J. Cook) is raped by a masked man and her partner is severely beaten by him. The injured woman's estranged father (Jeremy Irons) is notified of the incident, and when police question him, they find themselves confronting an uncooperative man with a sordid past.
Season 12, Episode 10
aired: Wed, Nov 17, 2010
A girl at Detective Stabler's daughter's school accuses another student of rape; ADA Paxton (Christine Lahti) returns to prosecute.
Season 12, Episode 9
aired: Wed, Nov 10, 2010
Benson continues looking after a young boy entrusted in her care while also searching for his unstable, drug-addicted mother. His mom's name then turns up during an investigation, which Cragen assigns to Fin and Munch.
Season 12, Episode 8
aired: Wed, Nov 3, 2010
Stabler speaks at a Take Back the Night rally at his daughter's college campus, and the rally inspires a woman to accuse a fellow student of rape. Stabler and Benson then investigate the case, and ADA Paxton (Christine Lahti) is assigned to prosecute it.
Season 12, Episode 7
aired: Wed, Oct 20, 2010
An FBI agent (Marcia Gay Harden) is raped while working undercover, and she asks Benson to have her rape kit tested. She then quickly resumes her work to preserve her cover, and only reluctantly allows detectives to become involved in the case, which on the surface involves a protest of a mosque at Ground Zero but really is much bigger.
Season 12, Episode 6
aired: Wed, Oct 13, 2010
An environmentalist's body is found at an industrial laundry plant, and the investigation puts Benson and Stabler in danger. After more victims are uncovered, Benson unexpectedly reflects on her past while bonding with a victim's daughter (Maria Bello).
Season 12, Episode 5
aired: Wed, Oct 6, 2010
Two men (Michael Gladis and Kevin Alejandro) are beaten and branded on their chests. After a suspect is found, surprising memories emerge that cause a shift in the case. David Alan Grier and Jason Wiles also guest star.
Season 12, Episode 4
aired: Wed, Sep 29, 2010
A woman's body is found in a fountain, and soon it's discovered that she ingested toxic mushrooms. The investigation yields a prime suspect (David Krumholtz) who's a professor and an aggressive activist.
Season 12, Episode 3
aired: Wed, Oct 6, 2010
Detectives investigate a teenage girl's death and discover that she was a victim of human trafficking. They then seek help from a friend (Gloria Reuben) at the U.S. attorney's office. Meanwhile, Cragen is displeased with his precinct's building decay.
Season 12, Episode 2
aired: Wed, Sep 22, 2010
A 10-year-old girl runs away from her adoptive parents (Joan Cusack and Peter Strauss) and is found with a man (Henry Ian Cusick) who denies any wrongdoing. Detectives then learn that the girl's parents are hiding something about their past.
Season 12, Episode 1
aired: Wed, Sep 22, 2010
A cleared suspect (Henry Ian Cusick) from a prior case helps detectives with a rape case involving a young girl, but he pushes the limits with his assistance.
Watch Law & Order: Special Victim... Season 11
Season 11, Episode 25
aired: Wed, May 19, 2010
An 8-year-old boy is kidnapped; members of the SVU team are in a dangerous standoff; shocking details about ADA Jo Marlowe's (Sharon Stone) past come to light.
Season 11, Episode 24
aired: Wed, May 12, 2010
Capt. Cragen begins a movement to catch a man who has raped three girls; after a rookie cop makes an arrest in the case, it is discovered the so-called rookie has some secrets.
Season 11, Episode 23
aired: Wed, May 5, 2010
In the 11th-season finale, an 8-year-old boy with feuding parents is kidnapped. The case eventually puts detectives in a dangerous standoff and leads ADA Marlowe to make some surprising revelations about her personal history.
Season 11, Episode 22
aired: Wed, Apr 28, 2010
A rookie cop helps detectives catch a flasher suspected of rape. However, ADA Marlowe is uncertain they have the right man in custody, and soon it becomes clear that the rookie has been hiding something.
Season 11, Episode 21
aired: Wed, Apr 21, 2010
A pregnant rape victim runs away from the hospital, and Benson and Stabler must locate her. They soon discover she has ties to an illegal adoption ring, so they go undercover to get to the bottom of things.
Season 11, Episode 20
aired: Wed, Apr 7, 2010
An ADA (Sharon Stone) who is Stabler's ex-partner requests that he and Benson investigate a case involving a father accused of murdering his two young daughters in a fire. Stabler then resorts to some problematic methods of interrogation.
Season 11, Episode 19
aired: Wed, Mar 31, 2010
A woman who tried to expose negative aspects of the meatpacking industry is found raped and murdered, so Benson goes undercover to find the victim's killer.
Season 11, Episode 18
aired: Wed, Mar 24, 2010
Benson and Stabler realize they've misidentified a murder victim at a wedding when the presumed deceased is found alive. They then must find the killer and correctly identify the victim.
Season 11, Episode 17
aired: Wed, Mar 17, 2010
The case of a woman found murdered in her bed reminds Cragen of a 30-year-old case from the Bronx. The investigation then leads Benson and Stabler to question a patrol cop (Jaclyn Smith) and the prime suspect's ex-lover (Ann-Margret).
Season 11, Episode 16
aired: Wed, Mar 10, 2010
Benson and Stabler investigate the assault of a disabled woman who cannot speak. They narrow in on two prime suspects, the victim's sister (Jill Scott) and nephew (Quinton Aaron), and they try to get the victim to stand up for herself.
Season 11, Episode 15
aired: Wed, Mar 17, 2010
Benson and Stabler question the validity of a rape accusation in light of the woman's behavior and reputation. Then they learn about a witness to the crime whom they must quickly locate.
Season 11, Episode 14
aired: Wed, Mar 3, 2010
Benson and Stabler deal with a murder suspect's fierce lawyer (Lena Olin) as they reopen a similar 20-year-old case. DA Jack McCoy (Sam Waterston) then questions the legality of the attorney's actions.
Season 11, Episode 13
aired: Wed, Mar 3, 2010
The leader of a lesbian-rights organization (Kathy Griffin) assists detectives investigating the murder of a fellow member. Additional attacks on group members prove the crime wasn't an isolated incident.
Season 11, Episode 12
aired: Wed, Jan 13, 2010
A wealthy couple are found murdered, and their daughter (Sarah Paulson) claims she's being stalked by a mysterious man. The stalker turns out to be a Special Frauds detective (Naveen Andrews) who pegs the daughter as a suspect in her parents' murder.
Season 11, Episode 11
aired: Wed, Jan 6, 2010
A murder case puts detectives on the trail of a womanizer infected with HIV who is knowingly spreading the disease. Peter Butler: Brian Geraghty.
Season 11, Episode 10
aired: Wed, Dec 9, 2009
Following the deaths of three children, Fin realizes they were all ``anchor babies'' of immigrant families, and he reaches out to the Center of Immigrant Services.
Season 11, Episode 9
aired: Wed, Nov 18, 2009
DNA evidence identifies Benson as the prime suspect in a bike-gang member's murder, and Stabler works to prove her innocence as Munch and Fin proceed with the investigation.
Season 11, Episode 8
aired: Wed, Nov 11, 2009
Stabler works with Benson on a rape case until he gets sidetracked by the problems of his son, who has gotten into serious trouble with his best friend, a recovering drug addict.
Season 11, Episode 7
aired: Wed, Nov 4, 2009
A teenage girl is murdered, and her father suggests the detectives investigate her controlling therapist. Things get complicated when the therapist produces an alibi and one of his other patients breaks into the morgue.
Season 11, Episode 6
aired: Wed, Oct 28, 2009
Benson and Stabler compete with the FBI over a case involving a murder victim linked to a Mexican drug cartel. Federal Agent Dean Porter: Vincent Spano.
Season 11, Episode 5
aired: Wed, Oct 21, 2009
The prime suspect in a child-rape case seeks amnesty by offering to give up the leader of a civil-rights group that supports child-adult sexual relationships. Eva Banks: Rosie Perez.
Season 11, Episode 4
aired: Wed, Oct 14, 2009
A man (Scott Foley) wakes up next to a dead woman and has no memory of who she is or what happened. The investigation takes Benson and Stabler in a variety of directions.
Season 11, Episode 3
aired: Wed, Oct 7, 2009
A woman (Deborah Ann Woll) goes missing from her apartment, and the prime suspect becomes her ex-con neighbor (Stephen Rea), a bank robber who spent 19 years in solitary confinement.
Season 11, Episode 2
aired: Wed, Sep 30, 2009
Benson and Stabler question the CEO of an online-dating service (Eric McCormack) after discovering a member's body stuffed inside a suitcase.
Season 11, Episode 1
aired: Wed, Sep 23, 2009
In the 11th-season opener, Off. Nate Kendall (Wentworth Miller) helps a rape victim, then reluctantly assists Benson and Stabler in the search for a serial rapist after Executive ADA Sonya Paxton (Christine Lahti) links the crime to other cases.
Watch Law & Order: Special Victim... Season 10
Season 10, Episode 22
aired: Tue, Jun 2, 2009
In the 10th-season finale, the discovery of a tourist's body in Central Park leads detectives to question a former artist (Nick Stahl). Finn and Munch then try to keep tabs on him, but he loses the pair, so Munch seeks help from his ex-wife (Carol Kane).
Season 10, Episode 21
aired: Tue, May 19, 2009
A judge asks Benson and Stabler to ask a convicted serial killer about the location of his son's body.
Season 10, Episode 20
aired: Tue, May 5, 2009
A teenage girl (Carly Schroeder) is beaten up after sending out nude photos of herself via text message. She then gets arrested for producing and distributing child pornography, and faces a harsh sentence from a judge (Swoosie Kurtz).
Season 10, Episode 19
aired: Tue, Apr 28, 2009
A woman (Gail O'Grady) reports the disappearance of her 2-year-old granddaughter, but an Amber Alert fails to yield progress. Detectives then shift their focus to the girl's irresponsible young mother (Hilary Duff), who becomes their prime suspect.
Season 10, Episode 18
aired: Tue, Apr 7, 2009
Fin and Stabler link the murder of a rising artist to another unsolved homicide, and then they see a pattern possibly connecting these cases to those of a serial killer that another detective (Delroy Lindo) has been searching for and whose cases he's become territorial over. Patrice Larue: Jeri Ryan. Alan Fewkes: John Ashton.
Season 10, Episode 17
aired: Tue, Mar 31, 2009
A young rape victim whose throat was cut draws a picture of the devil in an attempt to identify her attacker. While investigating the crime, detectives question a local priest (Robert Wisdom) whom neighbors claim is a devil worshipper.
Season 10, Episode 16
aired: Tue, Mar 17, 2009
While investigating a triple homicide, Benson and Stabler get assistance from a former dancer (Carol Burnett) who is now a strip-club owner, as well as from her nephew (Matthew Lillard). When the prime suspect dies, the focus shifts to a vigilante.
Season 10, Episode 15
aired: Tue, Mar 10, 2009
After a pediatrician is found guilty of molesting his patients, he sues the NYPD and a medical center, claiming they hesitated to take legal action. When he turns up dead, Stabler and Benson are surprised to see Alex Cabot (Stephanie March) at the scene.
Season 10, Episode 14
aired: Tue, Feb 17, 2009
A man is found badly beaten in a strip-club parking lot, and the slim evidence found at the scene has detectives questioning the club's dancers before they turn their attention toward the victim's ex-wife and 13-year-old transgender son.
Season 10, Episode 13
aired: Tue, Feb 3, 2009
When a young girl is kidnapped, her mother points detectives in the direction of her ex-con former husband (Ron Eldard), but soon info comes to light that the girl's grandfather (Dabney Coleman) is a master thief with many enemies. However, the elderly man can't help much because he has severe Alzheimer's.
Season 10, Episode 12
aired: Tue, Jan 13, 2009
After a teenage girl is found dead, Benson goes undercover as a madam to catch a sex trafficker. Then detectives learn the girl was a child prodigy, not a prostitute, and the investigation leads them to her gambling-addict father.
Season 10, Episode 11
aired: Tue, Jan 6, 2009
Benson and Stabler begin to question the story of a missing teenager (Ellen Woglom) who returns home after four years, claiming to have been kept as a sex slave in a concrete cell.
Season 10, Episode 10
aired: Tue, Dec 9, 2008
Benson and Stabler struggle to find evidence to incarcerate a rape suspect because his victims, who are in pornographic videos he made, suffer from memory loss regarding the attacks. To get testimony, they must remind the victims of the assaults. Eric Lutz: Michael Trucco.
Season 10, Episode 9
aired: Tue, Dec 2, 2008
A young female Marine goes missing as she is about to give birth to her rapist's child; Olivia struggles with painful flashbacks of her sexual assault.
Season 10, Episode 8
aired: Tue, Nov 25, 2008
Benson tries to help a woman (Clea DuVall) who's the victim of spousal abuse, going so far as to hide in a stairway to protect her. While hiding, Benson uncovers another, long-buried crime. Jonah Malcolm: Mike Farrell. Linnie Malcolm: Brenda Blethyn.
Season 10, Episode 7
aired: Tue, Nov 18, 2008
Stabler goes undercover to break up an animal-smuggling ring, and he gets help from a group insider, hip-hop artist Gots Money (Big Boi). However, this assignment leads to complications in Stabler's marriage.
Season 10, Episode 6
aired: Tue, Nov 11, 2008
Stabler and Munch go to a high school to investigate the death of a student and come across a chastity club and a group of girls involved in a pregnancy pact. Max Matarazzo: Jesse McCartney.
Season 10, Episode 4
aired: Tue, Oct 21, 2008
A famous astronaut is found dead in Battery Park. The investigation hits a dead end, so Stabler seeks help from an old mentor, Dick Finley (James Brolin), a NASA astronaut and former colleague of the victim.
Season 10, Episode 3
aired: Tue, Oct 14, 2008
When Stabler gets a call to help catch a trespasser, he's shocked when the clues lead him to a suspect in his own family: his daughter Kathleen (Allison Siko). Things get so bad that he seeks help from his estranged mother (Ellen Burstyn) as he tries to save his daughter.
Season 10, Episode 2
aired: Tue, Sep 30, 2008
A teenager confesses that he has pedophilic desires for his young stepbrother and admits to visiting a type of self-help Web site for pedophiles, leading detectives to investigate the site and question its creator. Sean Kelly: Josh Charles. Jake Berlin: Tom Noonan. Eric Byers: Marshall Allman.
Season 10, Episode 1
aired: Tue, Sep 23, 2008
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Watch Law & Order: Special Victim... Season 9
Season 9, Episode 19
aired: Tue, May 13, 2008
In the ninth-season finale, Lake reopens a cold case involving the murder of a teen girl. But Lake ends up the prime suspect after a shoot-out with the detective originally assigned to the probe leaves him dead and Lake hospitalized. Making matters worse, Lake then flees the hospital and takes the old case's only witness hostage.
Season 9, Episode 18
aired: Tue, May 6, 2008
A pregnant woman is found raped and dead in a house fire, and attempts to interview her fiancé (Matthew Davis), a member of a wealthy coffee-trading family, are hampered by his attorney. But family secrets are uncovered as the detectives dig for clues and discover an affair between the deceased and her future father-in-law (Stephen Collins).
Season 9, Episode 17
aired: Tue, Apr 29, 2008
Robin Williams guest stars as engineer Merritt Rook, who poses as a police officer on the phone to trick people into committing criminal acts. Rook's clever self-defense at trial sets him free, leading to publicity and followers stemming from his antiauthority message. Scott Adsit also guest stars.
Season 9, Episode 16
aired: Tue, Apr 22, 2008
Benson and Stabler probe the murder of an investment banker. Elsewhere, Benson starts dating a newspaper editor (Bill Pullman), but his work conflicts with her position at the department. Beverly D'Angelo also guest stars.
Season 9, Episode 15
aired: Tue, Apr 15, 2008
Benson poses as a prison inmate to expose a corrupt guard suspected of stealing evidence in a rape case. Shareeka Epps and Hassan Johnson guest star.
Season 9, Episode 14
aired: Tue, Jan 29, 2008
A woman's body is found in a park alongside a man with a bullet in his head.
Season 9, Episode 13
aired: Tue, Jan 8, 2008
An investigation into the sexual assault of a Jewish boy (Braeden Lemasters) uncovers a disturbing pattern of abuse when more victims come forward after a suspect is named. The case is hampered by the boy's secretive and protective religious community and a grandstanding defense lawyer (Rhea Perlman) who views the trial as an opportunity to push her own agenda.
Season 9, Episode 12
aired: Tue, Jan 8, 2008
A body found in Central Park appears to be the latest victim of a serial killer, forcing Benson to work with an FBI agent familiar with the murder's profile. But the agent also has a personal interest in the case: her mentor committed suicide over his frustration at not being able to stop the deaths.
Season 9, Episode 11
aired: Tue, Jan 1, 2008
A wealthy Manhattan teen's murder leads detectives to the charismatic and violent leader of a homeless group calling themselves a family. The probe turns up evidence suggesting the man may be responsible for other deaths, including those of his own \
Season 9, Episode 10
aired: Tue, Dec 4, 2007
A Nigerian polygamist suspects one of his wives was murdered because of his testimony in another crime case, and a Web site is found naming other potential witnesses. Despite this discovery, Benson and Stabler believe the man's cultural tradition was the motive for the killing. Method Man guest stars.
Season 9, Episode 9
aired: Tue, Nov 27, 2007
The case of a murdered nanny leads detectives to her online love interest, but her employers also fall under suspicion when infidelity is uncovered. Meanwhile, Stabler's unborn son is in serious danger after a family tragedy.
Season 9, Episode 8
aired: Tue, Nov 20, 2007
A teenage girl's murder appears to be connected to the world of ultimate fighting when a fighter's DNA is found at the scene. But more evidence leads to two brothers (Gaius Charles, Arlen Escarpeta), who could be responsible for the death.
Season 9, Episode 7
aired: Tue, Nov 13, 2007
While working the case of a kidnapped girl found in the trunk of a stolen car, Stabler is injured by a suspect (Arye Gross), a schizophrenic artist believed to be a serial rapist. The trial brings up a dark moment in Novak's past, which seems to affect her judgment.
Season 9, Episode 6
aired: Tue, Nov 6, 2007
A woman's body is found mutilated in an elevator shaft, and the crime appears to be a copycat killing, reproducing the techniques of a jailed serial killer with a cult following. As detectives investigate further, Benson receives threats that jeopardize the entire department, prompting the captain to order her off the case.
Season 9, Episode 5
aired: Tue, Oct 23, 2007
A volunteer at a rehab center is killed, and her death may be linked to the man she was helping: an Iraqi suffering from injuries that may have been caused by torture techniques employed by an American-hired company.
Season 9, Episode 4
aired: Tue, Oct 16, 2007
A mentally challenged girl (Paulina Gerzon) is the only witness to the attack that left her mother in a coma. The detectives suspect the uncooperative husband (Aidan Quinn), but he has some powerful legal support to keep him from testifying, so the department reluctantly resorts to questioning the child in order to piece together the events of the crime.
Season 9, Episode 3
aired: Tue, Oct 9, 2007
A 15-year-old with a sexually transmitted disease says he caught it from his teacher (Melissa Joan Hart); Benson and Stabler uncover dark secrets while searching into the pair's lives.
Season 9, Episode 2
aired: Tue, Oct 2, 2007
Clues in the case of a missing woman are found in an online virtual-reality game, where she played an underage prostitute who had recently sent out a warning about one of her in-game \
Season 9, Episode 1
aired: Tue, Sep 25, 2007
Benson and Stabler investigate the case of a woman (Cynthia Nixon) with multiple personalities who may have abused and killed her daughter; the detectives must adjust to sweeping changes in the SVU.
Watch Law & Order: Special Victim... Season 8
Season 8, Episode 22
aired: Tue, May 22, 2007
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Season 8, Episode 21
aired: Tue, May 15, 2007
A teen dies during what appears to be a play fight with his best friend, and the incident is caught on tape, but additional information sends the investigation in a different direction.
Season 8, Episode 20
aired: Tue, May 8, 2007
The investigation of a bride-to-be's murder uncovers a man's double life of lies and a tragic turn in the case rattles Stabler, who then turns to his wife and children for comfort. Dylan Walsh.
Season 8, Episode 19
aired: Tue, May 1, 2007
Benson hears from her half-brother (Michael Weston), who is on the run because of sexual-assault charges. He continues to claim his innocence but evidence keeps piling up against him, and Benson reluctantly agrees to help in the federal investigation. Capt. Julia Millfield: Kim Delaney. Federal Agent Porter: Vincent Spano.
Season 8, Episode 18
aired: Tue, Apr 3, 2007
A teen's drinking-related death leads to four honor students who host secret binge parties and communicate the details on their Web pages. So Stabler seeks help from his daughter to find out where the next party will be held.
Season 8, Episode 17
aired: Tue, Mar 27, 2007
A male posititute's death leads detectives to a preacher whose family life is not as ideal as it seems. Jeb Curtis: Tim Daly. Hannah: Kathy Baker.
Season 8, Episode 16
aired: Tue, Feb 27, 2007
Benson investigates a rape case outside her jurisdiction and must meet with a police psychologist (Mary Stuart Masterson) to discuss her recent actions that have led to tensions with Stabler. Capt. Julia Millfield: Kim Delaney.
Season 8, Episode 15
aired: Tue, Feb 20, 2007
After a woman (Ashley Williams) is accused by an overzealous reporter of staging the kidnapping of her own child, she commits suicide, leaving detectives with few leads in the search for the baby. The case is emotionally draining for Stabler, who is drawn in by the despondent mother's past. Kali Rocha.
Season 8, Episode 14
aired: Tue, Feb 13, 2007
After a mob lawyer (Cary Elwes) is attacked and his wife brutally murdered, Benson and Stabler question their daughter. But her wild night of drunken partying leaves her unable to recall her actions, even though her father insists she was at the scene of the crime. Also, Stabler is charged with excessive force. Charlotte: Emily VanCamp. Ryan: Justin Klosky.
Season 8, Episode 13
aired: Tue, Feb 6, 2007
An anonymous letter leads to a child-pornography case, which puts stress on Olivia, who develops medical symptoms similar to those exhibited by the victim and his mother. Cupid: Bill Goldberg.
Season 8, Episode 12
aired: Tue, Jan 16, 2007
Fin looks into an alleged rape at the college where his son, Ken, works. Fin is joined in his investigation by a Brooklyn SVU detective named Chester Lake (Adam Beach), who is working a strikingly similar case. Kal Penn. Ken Randall: Ernest Waddell.
Season 8, Episode 11
aired: Tue, Jan 9, 2007
Stabler and Benson are at odds over whom to believe in a \
Season 8, Episode 10
aired: Tue, Jan 2, 2007
Stabler agrees to hear the dying confession of a cancer patient named Judson Tierney (Brian Dennehy), but first he and Benson do some digging into what possible crime Tierney's guilty of and come up with an unsolved case that goes back 47 years. However, according to Tierney, that is merely the \
Season 8, Episode 9
aired: Tue, Nov 28, 2006
Stabler becomes involved in a murder case that leads to revelations of infidelity and obsession among a group of friends, one of whom is the victim's husband (Chris Sarandon). Also, Stabler learns that Benson is back in town and asks for her help in the investigation. Glenn: Bob Saget. Naomi: Catherine Bell. Stella Danquiss: Bernadette Peters.
Season 8, Episode 8
aired: Tue, Nov 21, 2006
While searching for the woman responsible for handcuffing two traumatized adolescents in the back of a van, the detectives turn up evidence that leads them to suspect that many foster children are being put in danger. Also, Dani makes a decision about her future with the Special Victims Unit. Det. Dani Beck: Connie Nielsen. Dr. Rieff: Ken Howard.
Season 8, Episode 7
aired: Tue, Nov 14, 2006
Stabler and Beck (Connie Nielsen) try to get a young prostitute to testify against her pimp (Michael Kenneth Williams) after a trio of murder victims with matching tattoos leads them to a teenage prostitution ring.
Season 8, Episode 6
aired: Tue, Oct 31, 2006
Benson's testimony is needed as ADA Novak tries to convict a brutal rapist. The trouble is that Benson, who's still in Oregon posing undercover as ecoterrorist Persephone James, has her own legal woes to deal with after a cocky deputy assaults her and she's questioned by a sheriff about a pharmaceutical employee's murder. Dean Porter: Vincent Spano. Debra Hartnell: Debra Jo Rupp. Sheriff Bartley: Charles Martin Smith. Hope: Maria Thayer. T-Bone: Chris Bowers.
Season 8, Episode 5
aired: Tue, Oct 17, 2006
A rape victim loses her life while confronting her attacker, who assaulted her two separate times. The case leads Stabler and Dani to discover more victims of the same rapist, whom Huang pegs as an \
Season 8, Episode 4
aired: Tue, Oct 10, 2006
Dani (Connie Nielsen) has difficulty controlling her emotions while working to solve a sadistic double rape-homicide case involving a single mother and her young daughter. Jerry Lewis guest stars as a homeless man who becomes a suspect after Beck and Stabler discover his collection of newspaper clippings on sex crimes.
Season 8, Episode 3
aired: Tue, Oct 3, 2006
Stabler works a violent rape case with his new temporary partner, Dani Beck (Connie Nielsen), who he learns has a reputation for being overzealous, which is a serious cause for concern for Cragen. Martin Trenway: Charles Shaughnessy. Lorraine Delmas: Leslie Caron. Forensics Tech Ryan O'Halloran: Mike Doyle.
Season 8, Episode 2
aired: Tue, Sep 26, 2006
The detectives investigate the disappearance of a 17-year-old girl (Betsy Hogg) with Turner's syndrome, a genetic disorder that contributed to her being teased and bullied by students at her prep school. Connie Nielsen plays Stabler's temporary partner. Colette Walsh: Betty Buckley. Connor: Daniel Farcher.
Season 8, Episode 1
aired: Tue, Sep 19, 2006
A young woman (Kristen Bush) refuses to cooperate during Benson's investigation of her brutal attack and rape, which seems to be connected to her involvement with a radical environmental group. Marcia Gay Harden reprises her role as FBI agent Star Morrison.