Detective Olivia Benson: Do you realize that disseminating pornography to a minor is a felony?
Dr. Preston Blair: I showed them art books.
Elliot Stabler: Doc, I saw the art in your office, and even I was uncomfortable at how many phalluses were on display.
Dr. Preston Blair: That's because you're a bourgeois American, completely uptight about sex. It's what screws up your children and turns them into sex offenders.
Elliot Stabler: You lost me at "bourgeois".
Detective Olivia Benson: [to Mr. and Mrs. Stanton about Lindsay] Well, we understand that you sent her to a sex therapist. Along with her brother.
Elliot Stabler: Is there something going on between them? Sexually?
Mrs. Stanton: Oh, my God. Of course not.
Elliot Stabler: If you know they're having sex and you've allowed it to continue under your roof, we can arrest both of you for endangering the welfare of your children.
Mr. Stanton: Okay, we're done here. Get out of my house.
[the detectives leave the Stanton house]
Detective Olivia Benson: That pushed some buttons.
Elliot Stabler: He's just pissed they ran out of excuses.
Dr. Preston Blair: [about Lindsay] In order for the experiment to work, she has to look like a girl, be treated like a girl, and taught to act like a girl.
Elliot Stabler: Your experiment didn't work.
Dr. Preston Blair: I disagree.
Detective Olivia Benson: Lindsay's miserable.
Dr. Preston Blair: What 14-year-old girl isn't?
[the detectives are interrogating a sex therapist who used some controversial experimental procdeures on teenagers]
Elliot Stabler: Doc, I saw the 'art' in your office, and even I was uncomfortable with how many phalluses were on display.
Dr. Preston Blair: That's because you're a bourgeios American, completely uptight about sex. It's what screws up your children and turns them into sex offenders.
Elliot Stabler: ...You lost me at 'bourgeois.'
Dr. Melinda Warner: I'm still waiting for DNA results from saliva off the bite marks, but I did run a chromosomal analysis to narrow down a few genetic traits.
Elliot Stabler: Great. We'll print up flyers, hope somebody recognizes her genes.
Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: How many children have you had who caused the death of their attackers? You have to appreciate how much that compounds the trauma of the sexual assault.
Detective Olivia Benson: And you have to appreciate that this is an open homicide. He's gonna have to work with us.
Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: I don't have to tell you the staggering statistics on how few boys report their rapes.
Detective Olivia Benson: No, you don't.
Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: And there might be other factors. If Logan is homosexual, he may feel he somehow brought it on himself.
Elliot Stabler: He's coming to terms with his sexuality. He's conflicted. It's a theory.
Elliot Stabler: [about Lindsay] Why is she taking the blame for him?
Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: They're twins. They develop closer bonds than most siblings. There are documented cases where one twin, thousands of miles away, knew the exact moment when the other one died.
Detective Olivia Benson: What, Lindsay empathically sensed when Logan was attacked?
Detective Olivia Benson: [to Dr. Blair] So you're saying that children would be healthier if they were sexually active.
Dr. Preston Blair: All I'm saying is people should be more open about the human body and not put taboos on it.
Detective Olivia Benson: So you're not denying any of the allegations that Logan made against your practices.
Dr. Preston Blair: Denying them? I'm writing a book about them.
Detective Olivia Benson: [after Dr. Blair is murdered and the Stanton twins are considered suspects] Can we charge both of them?
Casey Novak: And what, have two separate trials? Dual theories of the crime give each of them grounds for dismissal.
Detective Olivia Benson: They came up with the perfect crime.
Casey Novak: Until you get one of them to flip.
Elliot Stabler: That's not gonna happen. They're way too close.
Elliot Stabler: [to Carmen and Tiny] Ladies, sorry for your loss.
Carmen: I didn't lose. I'm high scorer.
Elliot Stabler: I'm talking about your gang brother, Luis.
Tiny: We ain't no bangers.
Detective Olivia Benson: [looking at Tiny's nails] Sweetie, you have SCA stenciled across your nails.
Tiny: Gotta belong somewhere, yo.
Elliot Stabler: Right, with a bunch of guys who abuse you?
Carmen: Assassins take care of us.
Detective Olivia Benson: How? By using you as drug mules? Pimping you out? Beating you up?
Tiny: It's better than the crap I get at home.
Elliot Stabler: That's why the Feds are here: mail fraud, ongoing criminal conspiracy. They'll be trying you under RICO.
Carmen: Never heard of him.
Detective Olivia Benson: Sweetheart, it's a law that'll keep you in jail till you're old and wrinkled.
Elliot Stabler: Unless you wanna tell me who can call the dogs off Katie.
Carmen: I ain't talking to no police! Let's go meet Rico whoever the hell he is.
Dr. Melinda Warner: [about Katie's death] Gangbanger cut her ear to ear.
Detective Olivia Benson: He was sending a message, cutting her vocal cords.
Dr. Melinda Warner: It was completely pointless.
Odafin Tutuola: Luis comes up here to rape Katie. Instead, he finds another banger tagging his turf.
Elliot Stabler: And he teaches him a lesson by making him his bitch?