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When a wealthy couple is found dead in their home, Benson and Stabler soon realize that their deaths are connected to a drug smuggling ring. Eventually the road leads back to the same drug dealers who forced a former assistant district attorney into hiding, and Alex Cabot comes home to face her enemies. Written by Anonymous

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Benson uses Sandoval as a translator when speaking to Antonio for the first time (when the boy is only able to speak Spanish). In a multitude of other episodes, Benson speaks flawless Spanish herself. See more »

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D.E.A. Agent Jack Hammond: [barges into Cragen's office] What the hell are you people doing?
Captain Donald Cragen: Agent Hammond. Most people knock first.
D.E.A. Agent Jack Hammond: You should have called me before your detectives arrested Liam Connors for the murder of Alex Cabot.
Captain Donald Cragen: Connors blew up one of your agents. I didn't expect flowers, but I thought you'd be pleased.
D.E.A. Agent Jack Hammond: If Connors goes to trial and I'm called to testify, what am I supposed to do?
Captain Donald Cragen: Do your job.
D.E.A. Agent Jack Hammond: [angrily] That's exactly what I'm gonna do. I just came to tell you that you're on your own. I'm not gonna ...
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IRA born and bred
29 July 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This episode marked the return of Alexandra Cabot to the ranks of the living after she gives up witness protection to help prosecute the man who nearly killed her. Stephanie March for challenging the machismo of a Columbian drug dealer was nearly killed in a previous episode and it was thought to let her stay dead for her own safety.

But a new investigation involving a brokerage house laundering drug money with multiple victims ties into her case. The same man did the deeds as ballistics confirm.

Which by the way is the main weakness of the episode. Any professional hit man would have dumped his weapon and not signed his name to the work. But that's how the squad aided by narcotics detective Nicholas Gonzalez catches Brian O'Byrne who is a coldblooded piece of blarney.

The IRA bred and trained a lot like him and when the troubles in Ireland abated, guys like O'Byrne were looking for work. This one misses on killing a child and he's the only living witness.

What could have been a better episode is flawed by not paying attention to detail.


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