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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

S10-E14 Transitions

S10-E14 Transitions

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A man staggers through a strip-club car park. His trousers are covered in blood because he’s been so badly beaten his scrotum has ruptured. Ouch. Then in the second of this double bill a paediatrician who’s been molesting his male patients is bludgeoned to death. In both cases the murderer is also a victim of sorts but then, as Assistant District Attorney Greylek argues, that hardly excuses their violent behaviour.

An old face pops up in each of the episodes, too: DA Miranda Pond (Alex Kingston, being reunited with ER cast mate Mariska Hargitay) and feisty ADA Alexandra Cabot (Stephanie March) who returns to the courtroom after spending several years in witness protection.


Benson and Stabler investigate the case of a man who has been found badly beaten in a strip club's car park, and discover the victim has no recollection of what happened to him. Further inquiries reveal he is embroiled in a bitter separation with his partner - and suggest their teenage child, who wants to undergo gender realignment therapy, could hold the key to the case. Guest starring Alex Kingston.

Cast & Crew

Capt Donald Cragen Dann Florek
Det Elliot Stabler Christopher Meloni
Det Olivia Benson Mariska Hargitay
Det John Munch Richard Belzer
Det Odafin `Fin' Tutuola Ice-T
Kim Greylek Michaela McManus
Dr George Huang BD Wong
Mike O'Halloran Mike Doyle
Henry/Hailey Van Kuren Bridger Zadina
Jackie Blaine Aisha Hinds
Miranda Pond Alex Kingston
Mark Van Kuren Frank Grillo
Ellen Van Kuren Wendy Makkena
Director Peter Leto
Executive Producer Ann Donahue
Executive Producer Carol Mendelsohn
Executive Producer Anthony E Zuiker
Executive Producer Jerry Bruckheimer
Writer Ken Storer
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