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As a string of break-in assaults grows more violent, the cops investigate an online incel group to identify a suspect.


Martha Mitchell


Dick Wolf (created by), Michael S. Chernuchin (as Michael Chernuchin) | 1 more credit »





Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mariska Hargitay ... Olivia Benson
Kelli Giddish ... Amanda Rollins
Ice-T ... Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
Peter Scanavino ... Dominick Carisi Jr.
Philip Winchester ... Peter Stone
Ethan Slater ... Riley Porter
Steven Maier ... Tony Kelly
Kennedy McMann ... Carol Solomon
Emma Fitzpatrick ... Beth Palmer
Sarah Rich ... Anne Whitman
Louis Mustillo ... Dave Arnold
Tom Titone ... Judge Joshua Goldfarb
Jolly Abraham ... Dr. Patel
Callie Thorne ... Nikki Staines
Megan McQuillan ... Brianna Moore


As a string of break-in assaults grows more violent, the cops investigate an online incel group to identify a suspect.

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Release Date:

11 October 2018 (USA) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA See more »

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16:9 HD
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The "incel" community are members of an extreme online subculture of self-proclaimed "involuntary celibates" or "incel" for short; they are mostly white, heterosexual males who define themselves as being unable to find acceptable romantic and sexual partners and therefore are forced into being celibate. Their idea of the ideal romantic/sexual partner is a woman who is willing to accept the man being in total control of every aspect of their sex life, these men feel that they are entitled to be able to have sex whenever and wherever they want, regardless of whether the woman desires it, and that it is her duty to perform whatever sexual act the man demands without question or argument. The discussions on incel online forums are full of resentment, misanthropy, self-pity, self-loathing, misogyny, racism and the most prominent topic being that men are entitled to be able to have sex with a woman. The incel community is on the FBI's watch-list of dangerous, violent groups that commit hate crimes; in fact members of the incel community have been responsible for a number of mass murders in recent history, with at least four mass-murders occurring in North America since 2014 totaling at least 45 deaths. See more »


A judge rules that a defense motion is "sustained". Motions are granted or denied, not sustained. See more »


Dominick Carisi: Well, here's the thing, Riley. We're gonna check your alibi. We're gonna pull your cell phone records, and all those street security cameras? We're going to check those too. And if you were anywhere near Beth Palmer's apartment last Tuesday, you're gonna be pursuing happiness in Ossining for the rest of your life.
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References Strangers on a Train (1951) See more »

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"I searched the dark web" [for the terms "Chad" and "Stacy"
20 October 2018 | by ewall-26155See all my reviews

This episode is basically awful in every way. I hate its message, dialogue, characters, and possibility. First thing is that it sends a message that is harmful to people with mental and social differences, like the horrible interrogation scene. This is really bad for the viewers who are NVLD or mild ASD, like myself. It also is very against the constitution as the cops violate the suspects 4th amendments and then act like victims when the good lawyers win in a court of laws. It also has dumb dialogues like "I searched the dark web" when it is everywhere on the web. Everything about this episode is bad and it is not even good for a cringe fest. If it were, I would give four stars.

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