Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 7, Episode 4

Ripped (11 Oct. 2005)

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When a girl is attacked, a young man is arrested. They later learn that he takes steroids which is what made him attack her. The guy turns out to be the son of a cop Stabler knows. The cop ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
Dr. Melinda Warner (credit only)
Officer Pete Breslin
Luke Breslin
Pamela Sawyer
Ross Bickell ...
Coach Veneziano


When a girl is attacked, a young man is arrested. They later learn that he takes steroids which is what made him attack her. The guy turns out to be the son of a cop Stabler knows. The cop later attacks his son and it turns out he is also taking steroids. Stabler is forced to deal with issues involving his own father. Written by

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According to this episode Detective Elliot Stabler's badge number is 6313. See more »


When Stabler is in therapy, Dr. Hendrix asks Stabler if he had ever thought about "eating his gun". He tells her, "Suicide is a sin." Her reply is, "So is divorce.". However, according to the Catholic church, it is not divorce that is the sin, but marrying another spouse after divorce (without having the church annul the previous marriage). If a Catholic remarries the divorced spouse in a civil ceremony, however, that is not a sin, since the civil divorce was not recognized by the church to begin with. See more »


Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: [Elliot starts to walk out on his session] Where are you going? How many times have you thought about eating your gun?
Detective Elliot Stabler: [indignant] Suicide's a sin.
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great episode
5 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

great episode really shows how disturbed Stabler is and how messed up these detectives are. They deal with the absolute depths of human horror. When Stabler starts crying my heart really goes out to him. Sometimes I think they make Olivia's character to self righteous always acting like she knows better. But it's only on rare occasions usually its the two partners against the captain or everybody else. SVU is always great because in most TV shows the good guys are always the good guys but in SVU everyone has shades of gray. Which is more akin to real life. So in summary a great episode because it really hits home the fact that parents needs to be so careful how far they push.

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