» » Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Accredo (1999– )

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Accredo (1999– ) Online HD

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Accredo (1999– )
TV Episode
  • Director:
    Jean de Segonzac
  • Category:
  • Writer:
    Dick Wolf,Julie Martin
  • Cast:
    Mariska Hargitay,Kelli Giddish,Ice-T
  • Time:
  • Year:
A member of a women's empowerment group is found murdered, leading the cops to the group's charismatic male leader. Meanwhile, Rollins keeps her pregnancy under wraps to avoid going on desk duty.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mariska Hargitay Mariska Hargitay - Olivia Benson
Kelli Giddish Kelli Giddish - Amanda Rollins
Ice-T Ice-T - Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
Peter Scanavino Peter Scanavino - Dominick Carisi
Philip Winchester Philip Winchester - Peter Stone
Sarah Carter Sarah Carter - Lilah Finch
Sebastian Roché Sebastian Roché - Arlo Beck
Lili Simmons Lili Simmons - Gina Goodrich
America Olivo America Olivo - Claudia Bell
Tara Westwood Tara Westwood - Marina
Lance Daniels Lance Daniels - Brad
Lexi Lapp Lexi Lapp - Vicky Parson
William DePaolo William DePaolo - Clayton Rogers
Sara Masterson Sara Masterson - Abby Shane
Chase Burnett Chase Burnett - Tyler Goodrich

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Accredo (1999– )

Sarah Carter's character, Lilah Finch; is loosely based on Allison Mack whom was arrested in connection to NXIVM(the inspiration for ACCREDO). Sarah Carter and Allison Mack both previously worked together on Smallville

Law & Order SVU "Accredo" was ripped-from-the-headlines, drawing from the news story of a group called "NXIVM" which was charged with trafficking women and using them as slaves.

The detectives should have known the chef was being frames when they found the chef's knife/murder weapon in the dishwasher. I've never met a chef or even a serious home cook who puts chef's knives in the dishwasher.
According to the writers, most women in prison are there because they believed the lies of a man, not because they have personally commited a crime.

What has happened to this once great show?
I'm only a third into the episode and curious to see if this is related to the story in the headlines with Allison Mack and Nvium.
Seeing Sebastian Roche pop up as the villainous leader of a cult-like group tonight was good casting, but this was like a boring episode of The Path and felt like a topic SVU has done far too often already.

This show repeats stories all the time, but they usually do it better than this.