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Adam and Josh wrestle with a high-profile headline rip as Reasonable Doubt casts Bradley Whitford as the Woody Allen/Roman Polanski analog in an episode that doesn't do a particularly good job of establishing what its title might suggest it should: Reasonable Doubt. Rollins and Amaro don’t believe women, a faux celebrity couple act out the Woody/Mia divorce virtually note for note, and anti-Tibetan racism runs amok. In other words, SVU still SVUs. Adam looks into the Roman Polanski rape case and the victim and poses the ideal solution for what the US Government should do with the frozen real estate of Russian oligarchs, while Josh wonders whether this episode acts in tandem with the one that follows it in sequence to mete out some revenge on The West Wing. Y’know, Munchie stuff.
Nobody’s Victim: An Interview with Samantha Geimer - Quillette
Divorcio Suave - “Munchy Business”
34:14 - David Bowie - “I’m Afraid of Americans” from Earthling (1997)
46:46 - Wilco - “Spiders (Kidsmoke)” from A Ghost is Born (2004)
58:38 - Clarence Carter - “Strokin’” from Dr. C.C. (1986)
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