A six-year-old girl critically injured (and subsequently dies) in an apparent robbery gone bad tests positive for a sexually transmitted disease, putting the detectives on the trail of the ... See full summary »

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A six-year-old girl critically injured (and subsequently dies) in an apparent robbery gone bad tests positive for a sexually transmitted disease, putting the detectives on the trail of the family, then the store clerk, and the son of a prominent attorney who had appeared to foil the crime. When evidence turns up that the little girl's older sister was dating the alleged sexual predator, Cabot has to work some legal magic to eradicate the deal made with the older sister for testimony. Written by Anonymous

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Peter Kurtz: [to Stabler and Benson] You got your restraining order. Why don't you leave us alone?
Olivia Benson: Mr. Kurtz, the last thing that we want to do is inflict any more pain on your family.
Elliot Stabler: We need to find out what happened to Rebecca.
Raquel Kurtz: Do you have children, Detectives?
Elliot Stabler: I have four.
Raquel Kurtz: Then how can you put us through this?
Elliot Stabler: If one of my children were sexually abused, I'd want to know who did it.
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22 August 2010 | by (Portland, Oregon, United States) – See all my reviews

I found this episode to be a great example of the old-school L&O bait and switch. You think it's going one way, then the evidence pulls the story into a completely different (and very disturbing, at least for me) direction. We start out with a couple (on the verge of a break-up, unbeknownst to one party) on the way to rent a movie, when one of them ends up shot during a robbery, which actually turns out to be a hit...on a first-grader. I must say it was nice to see Dan Lauria (The Wonder Years) again, albeit in a very heartbreaking role. Ari Graynor (a dead ringer for a younger Renee Zellweger) does a terrific job in a rather unsympathetic role. The plot thickens pretty quickly, and the victims pile up, on all sides.


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