Benson and Stabler investigate the case of a college girl who is raped during a fraternity party, but who can't remember what happened. The medical investigation reveals a date rape drug in... See full summary »

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Benson and Stabler investigate the case of a college girl who is raped during a fraternity party, but who can't remember what happened. The medical investigation reveals a date rape drug in her system, which leaves the detectives with several suspects and accomplices. Written by Jim Lankin

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Christopher Meloni and Zak Orth both appeared in Wet Hot American Summer (2001) See more »

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When Elliot Stabler is talking to the victim's roommate his tie is crooked, but when he starts talking to Olivia Benson in the same scene his tie is the way its supposed to be. See more »

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Joe Templeton Sr.: [to Cragen] I demand to see my son.
Capt. Donald Cragen: I'm sorry, Mr. Templeton, but he's in with the detectives right now.
Joe Templeton Sr.: I'm his father. I have a right to be with him.
Capt. Donald Cragen: He's an adult under the law and in point of fact, you don't have that right.
Joe Templeton Sr.: Do you want me to go over your head?
Capt. Donald Cragen: I am not some college provost you can intimidate with threats. Now you wanna gun for me, sir, you give it your best shot, but it won't help your son one damn bit.
Joe Templeton Sr.: You have children, Captain?
Capt. Donald Cragen: No.
Joe Templeton Sr.: I just want him to know that he doesn't...
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Who's mixing the cocktails?
22 May 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Parsing out responsibility seems to be the biggest problem that the SVU squad has in this story. Young Tammy Blanchard is passed out on the college campus and she's not quite lucid. She's also quite disheveled though.

Blanchard's medical tests show that she's been given a date rape drug to loosen her inhibitions and make her fair game for any predatory available males. The squad arrests two of them in Chris Beetem and Matt Kautz.

These two are a privileged pair, the kind you like to see get the old comeuppance. But further investigation also nails Zack Orth who seems like a nice kid who misread signals.

But worse it wasn't the guys who mixed the date rape cocktails. It's some jealous sorority sisters who dislike Blanchard for buzzing around their boyfriends.

The scenes between Mariska Hargitay and Tammy Blanchard are the best part of the show. Olivia Benson gives this young girl some sorely needed counseling. But there's one part of all the issues that Blanchard has and raises that Olivia won't touch.

Young women should especially be seeing this episode.


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