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Dr. Elizabeth Olivet (Character)
from "Law & Order" (1990)

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"Law & Order: Helpless (#3.6)" (1992)
[Dr. Olivet has been raped while on an undercover mission]
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: You have no idea what it's like to be victimized by a powerful man.

Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: I know the difference between being examined and being molested.


"Law & Order: Pro Se (#6.21)" (1996)
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: Do you believe there's something wrong with you?
James Smith: [laughs sadly] Yes. I've seen the PET scans, and the MRIs. My brain doesn't look like yours, Doc.

James Smith: Have you ever been on an anti-psychotic drug?
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: No.
James Smith: I'm using every ounce of strength I have just to talk to you. I feel like I'm pawing through a wool blanket. I feel stiff, and like I'm half a mile behind everyone else. I get so damned tired. It takes so much effort, holding on to reality.


"Law & Order: Survivor (#7.4)" (1996)
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: Your father must have talked about his coins.
Judith Sandler: [dismissively] Pieces of metal
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: They mattered to him.
[pause]
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: Why do you think that was? After all he's been through, why were they so important?
Judith Sandler: They weren't!
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: A few pieces of metal.
Judith Sandler: [sobs] His family, his business, the house he grew up in, his dogs.
[screaming]
Judith Sandler: He wanted to get one thing back!


"Law & Order: Refuge: Part 1 (#9.23)" (1999)
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: It's called omen formation. These kids want to have a sense of control over the terrible event they witnessed, so they come to believe that they dreamed it before it happened.
A.D.A. Abbie Carmichael: Then they feel guilty because they didn't do anything to stop it.
A.D.A. Toni Ricci: Poor kid gets it coming and going.
Jack McCoy: Would he recognize the killers?
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: He said he could.
A.D.A. Abbie Carmichael: Do you think it's healthy putting him through the witness grinder?
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: He told me he wants to help the police punish the bad guys. It might give him closure.


"Law & Order: Confession (#2.1)" (1991)
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: You ever hear about the seven stages of grief?
Det. Mike Logan: No
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: The first one's denial


"Law & Order: Betrayal (#18.11)" (2008)
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: That hurt, Jack.
D.A. Jack McCoy: I warned you.
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: You betrayed a confidence.
D.A. Jack McCoy: You went to bat for a woman who shot her husband in cold blood and who would have killed anybody else she found in his office. If I had to betray a confidence to ensure she goes to jail... so be it. These are the rules we live by.
Dr. Elizabeth Olivet: This isn't your finest hour, Jack.
D.A. Jack McCoy: Nor yours.