Law & Order: SVU (Special Victims Unit), Season 6HDClosed Captioning
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Season 6 pushes hot-topic issues to the limit with provocative storylines and performances from the show’s cast and guest stars. Kyle McLachlan (Desperate Housewives) appears as a psychiatrist who resorts to a shockingly desperate act in the courtroom. Billy Campbell (The 4400) plays a professor accused of rape in a special episode where the audience decides the final verdict. Jennette McCurdy (iCalry) stars as a sexual abuse victim who accuses the wrong suspect, Martin Short (Saturday Night Live) is a psychic hired to assist in a kidnapping and Danielle Panabaker (Shark) plays a victim in an episode that will keep you guessing to the end. Det. Elliot Stabler (Emmy-nominated Christopher Meloni) and Det. Olivia Benson (Emmy Award winner Mariska Hargitay) join Det. John Munch (Richard Belzer), Det. Fin Tutuola (Ice-T), ADA Casey Novak (DianeNeal), Dr. George Huang (B.D. Wong) and Capt. Don Cragen (Dann Florek) to complete the unit.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBirthright||Patty Branson (Abigail Breslin), 6, is attacked at the park while her father reads the paper. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) believe a teenage boy attempted to molest her, but it turns out the boy (who's really a young man), and a middle-aged man, were following her. The pair are P.I.'s and they'd been hired by Michele Osborne (Lea Thompson) to kidnap Patty, who claims she is her daughter. Michele's story is strange - she said her husband took her daughter (who she named Anna) on a car trip, and was snatched from a rest stop. He subsequently died in a car accident. Sarah (Camilla Scott) and Matt Branson (Beau Gravitte) are horrified by the whole situation, claiming Patty is their daughter.||43:46||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDebt||Cops are called to an apartment where a baby is wailing. Hannah, (Sabrina Jiang) a six-year-old girl, is found alone with her baby sister. She said her mother had gone out to meet a man. That was over a week ago. It's hard to track down her mother, because the girls don't speak English. The best Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) can do is find the girls' aunt Li Mei, (Ming Na) who says her sister Jiao had tried to get her oldest daughter Ping (Jenny Wong) to come over from China. Since she was an illegal alien, it appears Jiao had a huge debt to repay. The detectives go to Chinatown and find out Jiao was looking for her daughter at the detention center, because she got busted coming into the U.S. They talk to Ping's lawyer, Roger Baker (Loren Dean), who handles immigration cases and informed them Ping came to him for help.||42:39||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoObscene||Jessie Dawning (Maggie Grace) is famous - only 16 years old but stars in one of the hottest shows on television and constantly appears in the tabloids. She is also very sexy and has her detractors - including Carolyn Spencer (Dana Delany), the leader of an activist group who thinks she's a bad influence on young girls. Jessie is found unconscious in her dressing room and she's been raped. The producer, Franco Marquez (Nestor Serrano), is initially a suspect, but Jessie explains that she'd had consensual sex with him that afternoon - they are secretly married.||43:32||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoScavenger||A jogger stroller and baby are found in Central Park with a riddle attached, giving the detectives till tomorrow to find the baby's mother. All kinds of clues follow but tragically, by the time the detectives find the mother, she's dead. The psycho kidnapper starts them on a new chase, and the initials RDK are the biggest clue. Cragen (Dann Florek) remembers that RDK was a serial killer from the late 70's early 80's who raped, kidnapped and dismembered his victims (thus the nickname). The question is, could RDK have resurfaced or could it be a copycat they're dealing with?||42:41||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoOutcry||Construction workers discover a teenage girl, Tandi McCain (Amanda Seyfried), who's been missing for days, bound with duct tape and very scared. She was apparently raped, but when her stepfather, Ronald (Michael O'Keefe), arrives, they fight to prevent her from going to the hospital. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) convinces them they have no choice in the situation. Tandi had definitely been raped, and claims she was on the Hudson University campus, when four cadets kidnapped her and took her. She is a little sketchy with the descriptions, but the detectives are able to identify four cadets who all have the same story - Tandi had been at a dorm party, drinking and having a good time. They all claim innocence, and continue to stick by the fact none of them touched her.||43:42||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoConscience||A young boy, Henry Morton (Max Iles), disappears from a child's birthday party. His mother is horrified and there is a "pull out all the stops" search for his abductor. They are determined to find this boy alive. The detectives initiate a massive search, but are disrupted by Malcolm Wolinsky (Bruce Kirkpatrick), an advocate against child molesters who often takes the law in his own hands. Captain Cragen (Dann Florek) warns him to leave the case alone, and threatens to charge him with obstruction if he interrupts again. Detective Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are questioning Henry's parents when Jake O'Hara (Jordan Garrett), the Morton's 13-year-old neighbor, claims a man in a dark car was following Henry. The trail leads to convicted child molester Billy Turner (P.J. Brown) and Wolinsky is right there when he's picked up.||43:54||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCharisma||A 12 and a half year-old girl, Melanie (Holliston Coleman), arrives at the hospital, pregnant, and won't give anyone information about herself. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) persuades her to write down her address, and gets the name of the baby's father - Abraham (Jeff Kober), Melanie's husband. When Benson goes to the address, she sees numerous children inside and a very strange and dangerous looking Abraham at the door. He slams the door on the police - then they hear shots fired. All of the children in the house are found dead and Abraham has escaped.||43:36||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDoubt||Myra Denning (Shannyn Sossamon) staggers drunk into the street and gets into a fight with a cabbie who won't take her to Brooklyn. She hurls a wine bottle at the cab; it breaks the window and while they're fighting, police arrive. Myra claims she was raped, and SVU is brought in. As they are taking Myra to the hospital, Ron Polikoff (Billy Campbell) arrives on the scene, and tells them that he is the one Myra will accuse of rape. Both Myra and Ron are examined at the hospital for evidence, and the case quickly develops into a classic ""he said/she said.""||42:45||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWeak||A woman who is paralyzed from the waist down was sexually assaulted, and hours later a woman with an infant who lives upstairs suffers the same fate. The cops want to catch this guy, quickly. The search becomes even more urgent when a woman who was on crutches, shows up at the emergency room (beaten, but not raped), most likely a victim of the same perp. They are able to compile a very basic sketch (it looks like the Unabomber) and have no luck getting a hit on the blood found on the woman's crutch.||43:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHaunted||Fin and Benson are on a stakeout, and when Fin goes into the bodega to get a cup of coffee, a couple of teenage punks stick up the cashier. Shots are flying everywhere, when the dust settles, the punks and cashier are dead, Fin is badly hurt and a young boy is saved. Fin goes into surgery, and his long lost son pays him a visit. The publicity surrounding the shooting is intense, and Fin is off the hook when surveillance video shows he only fired after the punks shot first. But a woman approaches Fin at the police station, distraught - she says Fin is responsible for her daughter's disappearance.||41:25||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoContagious||A terrible car accident sends nine-year-old Holly Purcell (Jennette McCurdy) and her parents to the hospital. Ultimately everyone is okay, but doctors discover Holly has been sexually abused. Holly is afraid to discuss what happened, but she finally admits that a man hurt her, and then threatened to shoot her like he shot "that girl in the park." The previous spring, an eight-year-old girl disappeared from a park in Queens and they presume Holly was referring to that same case.||42:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIdentity||A gang member falls to his death from the roof of a building in a bad neighborhood. He had deep bite marks on his penis and appeared to be in the process of raping someone when the accident occurred. The cops believe the victim is in danger - marked by gang members for death. They think a homeless deaf/mute named Katie (Regan Thompson) was the victim, but before they can question her, a gang member kills her. Her death is in vain however, because the M.E. determines that the rape victim was a male.||42:57||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoQuarry||Detective Benson is wrapping up a suspect interrogation when she gets a mysterious flier that shows the location of Jeffrey Ronsen's remains. Jeffrey was seven in 1980 when he disappeared, and the prime suspect in the case, Lucas Biggs (John Savage), is on death row for a different murder in Virginia, and is a week away from execution. They dig up the remains and at the funeral start inspecting the guests. Deacon Brinn (Terry Serpico) is there with his wife and son - Deacon was thirteen, and babysitting Jeffrey the night he disappeared. Avery Shaw (Michael Shannon), Jeffrey's former teammate, also arrives and is very shaken up.||43:24||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|14||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGame||Melody Quinn (Mam Smith) is a prostitute who's talking on her cell phone after a busy night. Suddenly, a car approaches and runs her over. When the cops get there, her purse and coat are gone and in addition to being run over, she's been raped and brutally beaten. The 911 call from an uptown payphone gives them clues - the prints of a cop who is part of the Joint Terrorism Task Force. His Lieutenant is hesitant to let the SVU team interview him because he is working undercover, but he finally agrees and it turns out the cop overheard the cell phone conversation that occurred before the hit and run, so he broke cover to call an ambulance. Stabler (Christopher Meloni), meanwhile, has his son Dickie (Jeffrey Scaperrotta) at the precinct, and Dickie says that the crime scene photos look just like a hot new video game that he plays called NtenCity. Sure enough, the murder was a direct copy of the game.||43:44||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|15||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHooked||Boy scouts on a stargazing mission check out a rooftop and see a dead body. The victim's purse was dumped in the alley and her identification says Allison Downey (Jessica Dunphy). When Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) visit Allison's grief stricken mother, her daughter walks in the door. Allison is safe, but her 15-year-old cousin, who used her I.D., is not. Lisa (Janae Kram) was killed by a blow to the head, and was dressed in a very expensive cocktail dress. Upon checking her out, Lisa appeared to be a normal, all-American teenage girl from Queens. But the cops discover a secret life. Her father is a truck driver and not home very much, and her mother just passed away. So Lisa hooks up online with lots of boys, and her liaisons have escalated to prostitution. She also tested positive for HIV.||43:02||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|16||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGhost||A well-to-do couple, the Brevets, own an investments firm, and they are found separately, tortured and murdered. It turns out they were laundering money for South American drug dealers, and skimming some for themselves. Through Detective Sandoval (Nicholas Gonzalez), they find the middleman, Fausto Montoya, and when they go to his apartment, he and his wife are also dead. His eight-year-old son Antonio (Reymond Wittmann) has been shot in the head but miraculously survives, and he tells the cops a ""ghost"" killed his parents. Ballistics matches the slugs from the Brevet murder to the ""murder"" of the SVU's former A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot.||42:58||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|17||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRage||Gordon Rickett (Matthew Modine) is about to be interrogated by a very angry and anxious Detective Stabler. Fourteen years ago, Rickett was suspected of killing an 11-year-old girl and they couldn't make it stick. Rickett and Stabler have some serious history...they hate each other and they know how to push each other's buttons. Munch (Richard Belzer), Benson (Mariska Hargitay), Stabler and Fin (Ice-T) all take turns in the interrogation room, where Rickett refuses anything to eat or drink and doesn't want an attorney. They go back and forth with Rickett trying desperately to outsmart the cops. They can only hold him 24 hours, so the clock is ticking. This goes on all night, and no matter how hard Stabler tries, he can't get Rickett to confess to the new crime - the rape and murder of twelve-year-old Kerry Lynn Palmer.||42:38||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|18||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPure||Roni Sellers (Marianne Hagan) is horrified when she calls her daughter's cell phone and hears screaming and a man's voice. Kaley (Molly Bea Spears), 18, works as a bicycle messenger to help pay her tuition for NYU. She's a good girl and a good student. When she disappears, a high profile case ensues. Mrs. Sellers holds a press conference and offers a reward for Kaley's return, and tips start coming in as to her whereabouts. Sebastian Ballentine (Martin Short), a psychic, also arrives at the station, and claims he's had a vision of Kaley. Stabler (Christopher Meloni) thinks he's a fraud but when he gives them specific clues, they think he could be a suspect.||42:40||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|19||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIntoxicated||Fifteen-year-old Carrie Eldridge (Danielle Panabaker) and her boyfriend, Justin Sharp (Jon Foster), are "busted" by Carrie's mother, Denise (Cathy Moriarty-Gentile), who goes berserk and accuses Justin of rape. Detectives Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and Benson (Mariska Hargitay) are called in and they try and mediate. Carrie claims she wasn't raped, but her mother is convinced otherwise. Denise is overprotective and Carrie clearly wants to escape. Simone Bryce (Glenne Headly) is called in as a children's advocate and represents Carrie.||43:39||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|20||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNight||The body of a woman who was raped is found near a nightclub, and five thousand dollars in hundred dollar bills have been stuffed into her mouth. The victim is Marguerite Beauclair, an attendant for the bathroom at a fancy nightclub nearby. The only lead Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) have is the brand new dollar bills that came straight from the bank. Prints from the money lead them to hotshot lawyer Jason Whitaker (Bradley Cooper), and they discover that he was trustee of the Duvall family estate. The detectives talk to matriarch Eleanor Duvall (Angela Lansbury), who leads them to her son, Gabriel (Alfred Molina). Meanwhile, a neighborhood activist, Mildred Quintana (Rita Moreno), is appalled that the rapist is apparently a repeat offender, targeting defenseless immigrant women. One of these victims, Nina Zergin (Anya Midgal), is hesitant to help because she is deathly afraid of her brother, Milan (Stelio Savante). It is against her religion to lose your virginity before marriage, and even though she was raped, her brother and her community will blame her. Nina however, agrees to help, but she is mysteriously "kidnapped."||43:53||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|21||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBlood||Sam Beavan (Lauren Hodges) is beaten outside a club, and her car is stolen - she is horrified because her baby is in the car. The baby is tossed out the window and miraculously survives. At the hospital, Sam tries to escape but is busted by the hospital because she is nursing, and they find drugs in the baby's system. Sam is clearly a drug addict and initially refuses to cooperate. She finally agrees and gives up her dealer, Jake Lumet (Brian Gant). The detectives find Oxycodone in his apartment, and a Medicare prescription for Jenny Rogers (Melinda Dillon). The cops question Jenny, who appears to be senile, and her daughter-in-law Carol (Christine Elise) who is supposedly watching over her. Jenny picks Jake out of a line up, but they want to know who Jake's accomplice was since that's who threw the baby out of the car window. Jake claims Jenny sold him the pills, and the cops find another vial of Jenny's pills in Sam's car. They are not sure if Jenny is innocent, or a schemer and they bring her in along with Carol, and Jenny's son Kevin (Matt Schulze). They don't get very far because Jenny says she didn't sell the pills; she lost them.||43:21||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|22||HDClosed CaptioningVideoParts||The head, arm and leg of a woman are found in an abandoned car. With no hands, they can't check for prints, so the only way they can figure out who she is by tracing her artificial knee to the manufacturer. The victim is Mannette Combs; she had been in Iraq and injured her knee, then became addicted to Vicodin, then heroin, and was estranged from her family. Her boyfriend Leon Shragewitz (Glenn Kessler), a butcher, was apparently seen screaming at her. The Medical Examiner found semen in her throat, and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and Benson (Mariska Hargitay) suspect he caught her prostituting herself for drugs and went nuts. They find Leon and he is hysterical; he admits to killing her by pushing her down the stairs at a subway station after they had an argument. As a result, she broke her neck and died. He left the body there, and as the cops start to track it, they discover her coffin was filled with five twenty-five pound sand bags.||42:58||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|23||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGoliath||Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) are called into Cragen's (Dann Florek) office, where a lieutenant from the Internal Affairs Bureau informs them a uniformed cop's wife, Jamie Callahan (Amy Landecker), claims her husband raped and abused her. They question Jamie and she doesn't trust that they'll believe her, so they talk to her husband, Tommy (R.E. Rogers). He denies ever hurting his wife, but while still in the squad room, he attacks his captain, and they cuff him and send him to psych services. Shortly thereafter, another cop, Wes Meyers (Brian Hutchison), kills his wife and tries to kill himself by putting a gun to his head. He barely survives, and his 10-year-old son watched the whole tragedy unfold. There's a connection - both Meyers and Callahan had been in the Army Reserve unit and served in Afghanistan. The detectives wonder if it isn't post-traumatic stress disorder, but Huang (B.D. Wong) talks to Callahan and believes that's not the case.||42:52||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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Finally, itunes has the sixth season!!! Season 6 has some really great episodes. My favorite would have to be Ghost when Alexandra Cabot comes back and you learn what happened and who shot her in an earlier season. Other good ones are Birthright, Intoxicated, Night, and Identity. Thanks itunes for allowing us to buy more of the best show on television. SVU is the Best!!!
Thank you iTunes for the sixth season!
thank you so much for adding season 6 to itunes! now if we can get the rest of the seasons we'll be doing really well! I especially loved the episode ghost, when alexandra cabot comes back.
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- Released: Feb 18, 2009
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