Special Victims Unit: Lead
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  • The rest of the episode really reminded me of about another dozen episodes of this show as you have the debate about whether or not to try him and we then learn his problem was caused by lead paint from toys he chewed on as a kid

    • by Steve
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      I only caught bits and pieces of last night’s Law & Order SVU episode “Lead” but I got to see enough of it to be glad I didn’t sit down through the whole thing. Yes, they brought back former ADA Alex Cabott back for the episode (and hopefully for good) that was an improvement over some of the

      other annoying ADAs the show has had the past couple seasons.

      But, the episode itself was pretty lame.

      You have a doctor who is convicted of molesting kids and, shortly after he sues the city, he is found murdered.

      After the usual round of bringing in the wrong guy they find the killer is a mentally challenged man ...


      • with the IQ of an 8 year old and a very bad temper.

        The rest of the episode really reminded me of about another dozen episodes of this show as you have the debate about whether or not to try him and we then learn his problem was caused by lead paint from toys he chewed on as

        a kid.

        The scene where they rail-road the toy executive by luring him into the trial was a bit farfetched for my tastes.

        The show still has its moments but they are few and far between now.

        The fact they are going back to the original ADA is a sign they are desperate to win back the magic that has been lost.




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