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True Believers (2011)

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A young music student is raped at gunpoint in her own apartment, but with her help, the SVU squad makes a quick arrest. Bureau Chief Mike Cutter takes over the case when he finds that opposing counsel is high-profile defense attorney Bayard Ellis . As Ellis works to undermine their police work and damage the victim's credibility, the detectives take the stand to prove they have more than just a he-said, she-said case.

  • When Sgt. Munch introduces himself in the squad room, Andre Braugher's character comments: "Have we met?" This is a reference to the fact that Braugher played opposite Richard Belzer's character Munch for six seasons on Homicide: Life on the Street. "It's kind of funny because Munch has been in both of these worlds, and here I am basically in Munch's world appearing as someone else, so there's a cute little meet and greet," Braugher told TV Guide. "I say 'Have we met?' There's a glimmer before we get down to brass tacks in the show basically to acknowledge we know each other and that we spent a significant amount of time together."

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (season 13)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.