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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

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Wednesdays, 9:00 PM EST on NBC
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21 Seasons, 477 Episodes
60 Minutes
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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (also known as Law & Order: SVU, or SVU) is an American drama television program about the Special Victims Unit in the fictitious 16th Precinct of New York City.

SEASON 02 • EPISODE 13

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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit S2E13
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A former police officer, now a community activist, is a suspect in the murders of known sex offenders, all of whom share a certain characteristic that scars their victims for life.

Episode Reviews

by Isotropic

12/09/2016

Possibly the best comedy (and maybe even the best show) ever created. Archer drops you into the world of ISIS and invites you to revel in their ineptitude and hijinks. The show is masterfully written and the characters lovingly crafted.

Do yourself a favour and invite all your fun-lovingly friends over, sit yourselves down in-front of the TV and enjoy 7 seasons of amazing TV.

by ZaneAppeal

03/16/2015

Listen to Jon Benjamin's smooth buttery voice as recovering cancer patient Malorie Archer works for his mother at a dry cleaners with his ex-girlfriend Lana and her fiancé Cyril.

by zazerh

05/03/2016

Archer is the brain child of Adam Reed and is easily one of the funniest shows ever created. Do yourself a favor and watch it immediately -- perhaps not with your parents.

In an amusing twist, most of the voice actors look a lot like their animated counterparts, with the exception of H. Jon Benjamin, although he and Archer do share striking blue eyes!

by TelevisionFanboy

01/01/2016

Archer is a cartoon spy drama that will have you asking yourself why you weren't watching it earlier. Jon H. Benjamin is hysterical as Sterling Archer, alcoholic super spy. An FX success, watch a few episodes and I guarantee you'll be laughing.

by jazeron

07/01/2015

How can you review gold? A James Bond meets The Office with Stephen Colbert comedic sarcasm and arrogance. Archer is a genius show in every way imaginable. The acting, the writing, the comedy, the whit, the intelligent pop culture and political references, not to mention the one-liners! "Call Kenny Loggins, you're in the danger zone". BEST!