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Rapist Anonymous 

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A member of Rollins' 12-step group comes to her with a rape accusation, but are the accusations real or is she abusing Rollins' goodwill?


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mariska Hargitay ... Olivia Benson
Danny Pino ... Nick Amaro
Kelli Giddish ... Amanda Rollins
Ice-T ... Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
Raúl Esparza ... Rafael Barba
Dann Florek ... Donald Cragen
Amy Seimetz ... Lena Olson
Nia Vardalos ... Minonna Efron
Mel Harris ... Eileen Switzer
Geoffrey Cantor ... Gene Fierstein
Jennifer Restivo ... Melissa Blume
Jenna Stern ... Judge Elana Barth
Tamara Tunie ... Dr. Melinda Warner
Dean Winters ... Brian Cassidy
Thomas Sadoski ... Nate Davis


Detective Amanda Rollins (Giddish) helps her friend Lena Olson (Amy Seimetz) press charges against her lover when she accuses him of rape. But Lena's history with the suspect and her proclivity for rough sex makes the he-said she-said investigation too difficult to pursue. When the case escalates to murder, a dangerous love triangle is discovered and Rollins is forced to confess her private life on the stand. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

20 November 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Jennifer Restivo (Melissa Blume) previously played the role of Janet Burnell in episode 11.13, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: P.C. (2010). See more »


Outside the courtroom Detective Amaro is show trying to put his phone inside his right hand coat pocket. When he can't do that (presumably because there is no pocket there) he switches hands and puts it in his inside left side coat pocket. See more »


Lena Olson: [to Rollins] The D.A. won't pursue? What...
Amanda Rollins: There's too many obstacles the texts, consensual sex and Gene claims that you're the one pushing him to experiment.
Lena Olson: I don't drink, I don't gamble, I don't have an exciting job like you and I have two vices left: I smoke and I like sex.
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What's said in group, stays in group
23 November 2014 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Earlier in the series we learned that Kelli Giddish had a gambling problem. In this story her interactions in Gamblers Anonymous had a great bearing on a murder case she's selected to catch.

Amy Seimetz who is in the group and who learned that Giddish is an SVU detective goes to her and confides that she's trying to break it off with Geoffrey Cantor who she's been seeing. The next night Cantor takes a header off the roof of Seimetz's building and the medical examiner rules it murder.

When Seimetz is arrested, Giddish is put in quite a quandary. Was this a cry for help or was she being played?

There's also the character of Thomas Sadowski who is sponsor of both Seimetz and Giddish. He's an intriguing figure in the drama, a bar owner who is in both Alcoholics and Gambler's Anonymous.

This episode belongs to Kelli Giddish as she sees her relationships with her own fellow detectives becoming seriously damaged. This might be her best episode so far with the series.

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