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Istatymas ir tvarka: Specialiuju tyrimu skyrius Gambler's Fallacy (1999– ) HD online

Istatymas ir tvarka: Specialiuju tyrimu skyrius Gambler's Fallacy (1999– ) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Crime / Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Original Title: Gambleru0027s Fallacy
Director: Alex Chapple
Writers: Dick Wolf,Julie Martin
Released: 1999–
Duration: 43min
Video type: TV Episode
Rollins makes a deal with the managers of a gambling club to protect her job, arousing the suspicions of Benson and Tutuola.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mariska Hargitay Mariska Hargitay - Olivia Benson
Danny Pino Danny Pino - Nick Amaro
Kelli Giddish Kelli Giddish - Amanda Rollins
Ice-T Ice-T - Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
Raúl Esparza Raúl Esparza - Rafael Barba (credit only)
Donal Logue Donal Logue - Declan O'Rourke
Lothaire Bluteau Lothaire Bluteau - Anton Nadari
Federico Dordei Federico Dordei - Marcelo Guarana
Fernanda Andrade Fernanda Andrade - Beatriz Amarante
Stefanie Scott Stefanie Scott - Clare Wilson
Benny Nieves Benny Nieves - Carlos Riva
Michael Potts Michael Potts - Sergeant Cole Draper
Karen Tsen Lee Karen Tsen Lee - DNA Tech Susan Chung
Jacqueline Hendy Jacqueline Hendy - Attorney Crane
Caris Vujcec Caris Vujcec - Detective Louise Campesi

Nick tells that Megan Wheeler, whose badge was used, retired four years ago. That could be right when he is revering to Megan Wheeler who played her last episode in Ley y orden: Acción criminal: Major Case (2009) which was from 2009.

Reviews: [2]

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    I think that Detective Amanda Rollins, formerly of the Atlanta SVU has some kind of career death wish. This woman for her gambling problem has put her career in a jackpot a few times over this issue. But never in the way she is here when at an illegal gambling club, Kelli Giddish is outed and forced to cooperate with some illegal activity.

    I can't go any further into this story, but suffice it to say that in this episode Giddish has a fairy godfather that is looking out for here. And it isn't her supervisor Mariska Hargitay nor any of the other members of the squad. In fact the rest are quite put out by her behavior.

    This episode has Lothaire Bluteau as the club owner and Sherry Saum as his pregnant mistress and they are a pair of truly evil people.

    Amanda Rollins is saved, but I think should Kelli Giddish ever want to exit SVU they've got an issue to provide an episode exit with.
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    I'm surprised that no one has reviewed this one. For a change, I don't have to feel sorry for poor girls who worship some guy, get drunk, go to his room, beg for sex,climb on his bed, and then cry "rape" when things get rough. We don't have to see Barba get his head handed to him when the "surprise video" turns up to ruin his case, and we all shake our heads as another guilty defendant walks away. That has seemed to be the theme of this season so far.

    In this one, we don't even have to see Reverend Scott, SVU's own Al Sharpton, misinterpret what happened and step in as a representative.

    No, I would have to be a "spoiler" to say more. I just want to note that this one will go where you don't expect it to go, and at the danger of saying too much, please note that Kelli Giddish is still on the list of future shows, but by the middle of this episode, you are wondering if she will get her own spin-off, "Cop in Jail." This is one of the best this year so far. What we've learned this year is that it is next to impossible to indict an obvious brutal criminal, that SVU is in a crisis. They can't win a case; they have lost two veterans, and of the remaining detectives, one has been taken off the streets and put in an office, two others have lives so messed up that you wonder how they keep their jobs. I never thought I would see the day that the most stable cop in the whole unit is being played by Ice-T, the rapper who at one time was most famous for his "kill a cop" albums. But Tutuola is now the last bastion of stability.

    In the middle of all of that, you get what, at this juncture, is the best episode of the year so far. As some suspect might say, "I have said too much." So I'm walking out of here now, unless you are going to read me my rights, in which case, I'm getting a lawyer.