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Best episodes of 'Law and Order: SVU' Season 2

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“Law and Order: SVU” has been a fan-favorite show for over a decade. The dynamic duo of Christopher Meloni and Mariska Hargitay was something that kept fans coming back for more. In the beginning, the fan base was small and tight. Over the years, others jumped on board to watch the weekly airings. The earlier episodes of the show can be argued as some of the best. The ideas were fresh, the guest starring roles were new, and fans didn't know what to expect from the characters. Season 2 has some of the best episodes from the show, and many memorable moments. These are the best of the best from Season 2 of "Law and Order: SVU."

Season 2, Episode 2 "Honor"
When a woman is found murdered, things are not what they seem. In her culture, she was supposed to go through with an arranged marriage. As it turns out, she was seeing someone while in college and they were getting pretty serious. After the medical examiner finds out the girl was pregnant, things take a change in directions. When her boyfriend is killed by her father in his shop, the prime suspect becomes a family member.

Season 2, Episode 7 "Asunder"
The storyline unfolds as a wife accuses her police officer husband of domestic violence. When push comes to shove, he claims she is unbalanced. The entire episode is full of twists and turns, and gives fans some insight as to how accusing a police officer of a crime can truly play out.

Season 2, Episode 17 "Folly"
When a young man is found beaten, it opens up a world of trouble for some shady people in New York City. As it turns out the man worked as an escort, and he was supposed to be killed. When the investigation leads back to the boss sending the men out on these dates, it is discovered that he is not the only man to have fallen victim to an attack while out on the job. As the mystery unfolds, nothing is what it seems to be.

Season 2, Episode 21 "Scourge"
When a serial killer is suspected, the detectives have no idea what they are in for. It seems that each of the victims committed one of the seven deadly sins, which prompts the killer to "get justice" for the people they wronged. After further investigation, it is determined that the killings are happening because of a progressing medical condition. The episode is one of the best season finales of the entire series.

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