Benson and Stabler investigate a female student's murder at a local college. When they develop a suspect on the basketball team, they experience resistance from the college, which is trying to preserve its reputation and its chance at an upcoming championship. Written by
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Angie Harmon's character is telling the defendant, Professor James Henri Rousseau, that he will be serving not one but three class A felonies, equaling three years of jail time. However, under NYS law, three class A felonies would earn a defendant three needles. What Harmon meant was that Rousseau would be serving three class A misdemeanors, which carry a maximum sentence of a year each. See more
When Benson and Stabler walk into the examination room, Rodgers is running a bone saw, then when she looks up, she turns the saw off. However, the blade on the saw is not moving at any time. See more
[Stabler catches his daughter sneaking into the house at two in the morning
Out, nothing, nobody. Those are your answers to me?
Fine. You're busted. You're grounded. Go to your room.
Wait, for how long?
Until I got some answers or you turn eighteen, whichever comes first.
References The Blues Brothers