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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 9 (2007-2008)

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Changes greet the SVU gang at the outset of the ninth series: Munch (Richard Belzer) is put in charge of the department after Capt. Cragen (Dann Florek) is temporarily removed from duty, and Det. Lake (Adam Beach) is now a full-time member of the squad. In "Alternate," the first episode of the series, Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) investigate a case involving a woman (guest star Cynthia Nixon) with multiple personalities. Before long Cragen is back in command, but the themes of people taking on new roles and different personalities continue in "Avatar," which focuses on the case of a missing woman who portrayed an underage prostitute in an online video game. In "Undercover," Fin (Ice-T) poses as a corrections officer while Benson poses as a prison inmate and has an eye-opening new experience. Benson then finds herself in another precarious situation when she is kidnapped in the series' 200th episode, "Authority." This milestone episode features guest star Robin Williams as a man with an antiauthority agenda who attempts to trick people into committing criminal acts. When Williams' character abducts Benson, he uses mind games to try to get Stabler to inflict pain on her. Stabler is also no stranger to pain this season: In "Blinded," he temporarily loses his sight after suffering a head injury courtesy of a suspect. That same episode finds ADA Novak (Diane Neal) confronting a dark part of her personal history as she attempts to convict a schizophrenic artist. While Novak faces her past, Stabler worries about his family's future in "Paternity," which finds his wife, Kathy (Isabel Gillies), and their unborn child in jeopardy after being hurt in a car accident. An unconventional family of homeless children are at the center of "Streetwise," which features guest star Mae Whitman as the clan's pseudo-mother. Other notable Series 9 guest stars include Aidan Quinn, Erika Christensen and Melissa Joan Hart.

Cast

Christopher Meloni
as Det. Elliot Stabler
Mariska Hargitay
as Det. Olivia Benson
Richard Belzer
as Det. John Munch
Ice-T
as Det. Odafin `Fin' Tutuola
Dann Florek
as Capt. Donald Cragen
Diane Neal
as ADA Casey Novak
B.D. Wong
as George Huang
Tamara Tunie
as M.E. Melinda Warner
Robin Williams
as Merritt Rook
Adam Beach
as Det. Chester Lake
Mike Doyle
as CSU Detective Ryan O'Halloran
Cynthia Nixon
as Janis Donovan
Robin Williams
as Merritt Rook
Caren Browning
as Captain Judy Siper
Scott Adsit
as Dwight Lomax
Beverly D'Angelo
as Rebecca Balthus
Isabel Gillies
as Kathy Stabler
Joel de la Fuente
as TARU Tech Ruben Morales
Peter McRobbie
as Judge Walter Bradley
Joanna Merlin
as Judge Lena Petrovsky
Anne James
as Dr. Larom
Kevin Tighe
as Julian Cooper
Aidan Quinn
as Ben Nicholson
Melissa Joan Hart
as Sarah Trent
David Del Rio
as Freddie Ramirez
Stephen Collins
as Pierson Bartlett
Kyle Gallner
as Shane Mills
Steven Bauer
as Rafael Gardiner
Shareeka Epps
as Ashley Tyler
Forrest Griffin
as Mike Kona
Bronson Pinchot
as Dr. Henry Carlisle
Hakeem Kae-Kazim
as Chukwei Bothame
Madeline Taylor
as Josie Mayes
Braeden Lemasters
as David Zelinsky
Mark Moses
as James Grall
Eva Kaminsky
as Det. Mary Kralik
Ryan Lynn
as Dan Friedich
Paulina Gerzon
as Katie Nicholson
Arye Gross
as Saul Picard
Sam Waterston
as DA Jack McCoy
Christina Brucato
as Rachel McGarrett
Janine Turner
as Victoria Grall
Hassan Johnson
as Rick Tyler
Bailey Chase
as Lincoln Morse
Peter Hermann
as Trevor Langan
Victoria Cartagena
as Celicia Cruz
Judy Kuhn
as Corrine Nicholson
Judy Kuhn
as Corrine Nicholson
Florencia Lozano
as Lauren Molby
Rick Hoffman
as Gary Lesley
Matthew Davis
as PJ Bartlett
Deirdre Lovejoy
as Penelope "Pen" Fielding
Bob Dishy
as Rabbi
Vincent Spano
as Federal Agent Dean Porter
Heather Braverman
as Sabrina Farmer
Mark Valley
as Jake Keegan
Mae Whitman
as Cassidy
Alexander Gould
as Jack Trembley
Monica Raymund
as Trini Martinez
Jack Gwaltney
as Detective Thomas Crane
John Hickok
as Kevin McGarrett
Peter Riegert
as Chauncey Zierko
Jared Harris
as Robert Morton
Anastasia Griffith
as Leah Keegan
Lisa Joyce
as Kristi McGarrett
Rhea Perlman
as Roxana Hickey
Audrie J. Neenan
as Judge Lois Preston
Brian Tarantina
as Detective Bill Jensen
Jayne Atkinson
as Marion Springer
Shannon Woodward
as Cecilia Strayer
Bill Pullman
as Kurt Foss
Gareth Saxe
as Harrison Thomas
Julie White
as Dr. Anne Morella
John Cullum
as Barry Moredock
Anthony Ruiz
as Hector Hernandez
Teddy Bergman
as Nestor Buchanan
Ian Alda
as Sam Edelstein
Paul Klementowicz
as Tobin Willis
Aisha de Haas
as EMT Martinez
Samantha Jacobs
as Tina Snow
Daniel Cantor
as Special Agent Wayne Nelson
Mitchell Jarvis
as Jasper Grice
Peter Gerety
as Judge Peter Harrison
Doan Ly
as Anna Bentley
Robert John Burke
as Lieutenant Tucker
David Andrew MacDonald
as Dr. Gerald Morgan
Cassady Leonard
as Eve Holland
Tony Cucci
as Fire Captain
Ka-Ling Cheung
as Dr. Chang
Justin Blanchard
as Edgar Rabinowicz
Carmen Gill
as Corrine
Robert Turano
as Wesley Meadows
Hisham Tawfiq
as Firefighter No. 1
John Henry Cox
as Judge Gregory Trenton
Laverne Cox
as Candayce
Guy A. Fortt
as UNI Fagen
Alex Organ
as Damien
Mike Edwards
as ESU Lieutenant
Judith Light
as Judge Elizabeth Donnelly
Geraldine Hughes
as Tina Patel
Diane Cossa
as Dr. Merrins
Robert Clohessy
as Joel Patel
Viola Davis
as Attorney Donna Emmet
Liza Lapira
as CSU Tech Jenny Lu
Margaret Devine
as Susan Goodman
Richard Short
as Erik Winton
Josh Caras
as Alex Patel
Sam Riley
as UNI Bruny
Torsten Hillhouse
as Detective Dave Foster
Lawrence Ballard
as Brett Smith
Didi Conn
as Joanie
Kathleen Tipton
as Jordana Weitz
Kerisse Hutchinson
as Lashena Reynolds
Nikolas Kontomanolis
as Vendor Sanjay
Brynn Thayer
as Christina
Philip Levy
as Desk Officer Fineman
Kevin Kolack
as EMT Butler
Adam Heller
as Ed Brown
Robert Kim
as Paul Lee
Nik Tyler
as Clerk
Sandra Berrios
as Supervisor
Lia Yang
as Ursula Lee
Keisha Alfred
as Reporter No. 1
Ira Hawkins
as Detective
John Alston
as Reporter No. 2
Sarah Marie Jenkins
as Mormon Becca
Mo Rocca
as Hermie
Zulay Henao
as Veronica Vilanueva
Arthur Gerunda
as Inspector
Suli Holum
as Pregnant Woman
Eric Morace
as ESU Lieutenant
Howard Overshown
as UNI Lieutenant Shea
Yvonne Cecelia
as Dr. Morgan's Nurse
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