Law and Order Special Victims Unit (Bad Blood) Episode
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  • I thought this episode of Law and Order SVU was a little bit more than interesting
  • Nevertheless, despite watching the episode which I think might or might not have been based on a real case
  • The only problem I had with this episode was the plot
  • I thought the last part where the man confessed to the crime was a little too confusing as I don't think that people just lose control of their impulses, have sex with someone of the same sex if they are straight and sober (meaning they are not drunk) and then murder the person after
  • However, I would still recommend the episode to people who like watching Law and Order Special Victims Unit and crime dramas


    • by Redtape
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      I thought this episode of Law and Order SVU was a little bit more than interesting. It was also educational in my eyes, as before watching it, I was not aware that some psychiatrists thought that sometimes bad behaviour and qualities were genetic. Nevertheless, despite watching the episode which I think might or might not have been based on a real case; I am still hesitant to believe that genetics may cause someone to commit a henious crime such as murder or rape. On the other hand, I liked the episode. As

      usual, like in every other Law and Order Special Victims Unit episode which I have watched, there was good acting and a good script.

      The main plot of the episode “Bad Blood” was about the muderder investigation of a young gay man who the detectives initially assume was raped and murdered on the roof his body was found on. At first they suspect a rapist whose MO they think fits the crime, but find out that he is in prison still; so it couldn’t have bee him. Then, they think that it might ...


      • have been one of his sons who had also had a string of criminal offenses before he was paroled from prison. However, the detectives have a hard time finding him and when they do, they realise that it might just not have been him at all; but another brother he had who had never committed any crimes. That brother, after confessing to the detectives tell them that it was as if he lost control completely of his impulses which was what caused him to murder the gay man after having sex with
        him.

        The only problem I had with this episode was the plot. I thought the last part where the man confessed to the crime was a little too confusing as I don’t think that people just lose control of their impulses, have sex with someone of the same sex if they are straight and sober (meaning they are not drunk) and then murder the person after. To me, that is pure propaganda. However, I would still recommend the episode to people who like watching Law and Order Special Victims Unit and crime dramas.




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