Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 13 Seasons 2006

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Season 7
(79) IMDb 8.3/10
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12. Infected TV-14 CC

A boy witnesses a shooting death and later commits the same crime, raising questions about the aftereffects of violence.

Starring:
Christopher Meloni, Mariska Hargitay
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
January 3, 2006

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Every episode is amazing!
Olivia Stabler
Whenever I need my Law & Order fix its at my finger tips and the quality of the DVDs are perfect.
Noel M. Boccia
I can't wait until they release more seasons!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Got2BeMe on June 3, 2008
Format: DVD
This season was one of my favorite of the whole series and I am a die-hard SVU fan. Even though I can watch the reruns on USA Network, I have been waiting patiently for this season to be released. This season offered more tension between Olivia and Elliot than any of the others and it also showed more of what made Elliot, Elliot. The show has concentrated on the character of Olivia for so long I feel like I have a good grasp of her (and boy has she come a long way since the first episode). This season gave Christopher Meloni a chance to shine more. He is a great actor and deserves more credit. This season gives him the attention he deserves.

As for the original Law & Order, I like the newer versions better (and the earlier ones when Sam Waterson starts playing the ADA). Just ask anyone in my family and they know by heart that all the L&O's are my favorite shows!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JOJO DANCER on June 19, 2013
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Some of the episodes are great. Some episodes are pathetic. Criminal tells cops he murderd a woman and child. Cops arrest and prosecuter charges def and the judge throws out the case because defendant confessed without his lawyer present. That would not happen as depicted in the show. If defendant starts spontaneously talking and does not demand an attoney that will be admissable in court. Exaggerations ruined a few episodes that could have been fantastic without the ridiculous situations that do not happen during murder trials.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Olivia Stabler VINE VOICE on August 19, 2014
Format: DVD
I love Law and Order: SVU and have been a fan for many years. The Special Victims Unit deals with crimes of rape, incest, and child abuse to name a few, topics that were often ignored on TV before this show came out and opened the forum for discussion on it. I also think it's empowering that the detectives in any rape case encourage the victims to come forward and get help because so many victims choose not to for various reasons. Mariska Hargitay and Chris Meloni (Benson and Stabler) bring such emotion to their characters and they are both phenomenal actors and have such chemistry together that you love them as a team. Even though this show has been on for many years, they still manage to bring new topics and ideas to the episodes. The show is so well written and riveting and you are hooked from the "dunk dunk" sound in the first segment. Every episode is amazing!

Some notable episodes in this season were "911" where a call from a little girl named Maria who says she's locked in a room brings Benson to be drawn into her life and keep her on the phone when others say it's a hoax (Hargitay did a phenomenal, emotional performance worthy of her Emmy!); and "Venom" where Tutuola's son asks Benson for help regarding a conversation he overheard about a murder in an alley after he's arrested as a suspect. Attention turns to his cousin Darius (Ludacris) which reveals a shocking family tie that he is actually not Tutuola's ex-wife's nephew but her son! Ludacris's performance as a devious criminal was amazing! As with any other season, you won't be disappointed!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Geddings on May 20, 2012
Ok.. more so then the other episode i reviwed what the heck does this have to do with SVU. this was not a sexually based crime. at all. other then the fact that a hooker found the body. That and the real SVU doesnt even investigate murders (which can be let slid) but the fact is. it seems another episode with a political agenda about gambling addictions....

But this has nothing to do with sexually based crimes as the tv series was made to better understand why such things happened this is about gambling. nothing more. This would have been a good Law and Order or CI episode but does not really fit SVU at all. If your going to make a TV series with one focus you should try to stick to that focus

and i thought the whole act of the lawyer who supposively is very pricey to get using "gambling addiction" as an excuse a bit lame. Just seems more of a political soapbox about gambling addictions rather then having anything to do with SVU or a sexually based crime....
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By ADRIENNE MILLER on June 12, 2008
Format: DVD
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: The Seventh Season is the season if I am correct in which Markiska Hargitay received her first Emmy Award and Golden Globe for the disturbing but excellent, 911 episode. Christopher Meloni also got to shine this season, I just adore these two talented actors. Another standout episodes include: Raw, Infected, Class, Manipulated, and Fat. I highly recommend purchasing season 7, don't wait place your order today. Enjoy!
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By S. Moon on September 21, 2008
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SVU Season 7 is a great season. This season we have the excellent 911 episode. Mariksa did an excellent job on this episode. She made you feel her emotions and kept your attention through the entire episode. She definetly deserved the Emmy for her role. Great job. Chris also had some good episodes in this season as well. This is by far one of the best drama shows on TV. You can't go wrong with purchasing this season.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bibliophile on March 20, 2009
Format: DVD
Law & Order was released when--2002? The included rebate for a discount off of the next season, supposedly available within a twelvemonth, expired before season 2 was available. The "special website" that was supposed to contain updates about availability of coming seasons never showed more than season 1 cover art. IMdB was the L&O junkie's lifeline.

Despite repeated broken promises (did anyone *ever* use a valid rebate coupon without a fight?), I pre-ordered every available season and all spin-offs, including the ballyhooed Trial by Jury. *Every* new season had some manufacturing defect in 1 or 2 discs, but with no local, cable, dish, satellite or interest in acquiring any type of TV, DVD releases of L&O and its many permutations were, in fact, my only television viewing--(meaning all of those cliffhangers carried to another spin-off remain so to me since they weren't packaged together.)

For reasons known only to the studio, seasons of Law & Order, SVU and CI that are *not* still contractually controlled by cable stations doing re-runs still aren't being released. Life happens. Though I would've once gladly bought every season available immediately (and did!) I'm no longer willing to spare the funds, and I'm not alone. Had I had more faith in the studio, I'd have continued buying. Universal has been working against its own interest for years, and may only now be waking up.

Getting off of my soapbox, here's what to expect in Season 7, courtesy of IMDb. I hope you enjoy! I'll catch the show occasionally when at a friend's house--maybe.

Episode 1: Demons (Original Air Date--20 September 2005)
Det. Stabler goes undercover to determine if a recent parolee is reverting to his rapist urges.
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