Elliot Stabler: You show me a first time offender, and I'll show you someone who hadn't been caught yet.
Brian Cassidy: So why didn't you ever have kids? Didn't want the responsibility?
John Munch: I wouldn't want to give a kid the responsibility of me.
John Munch: When I was a kid, my parents told me to never eat sweets.
Capt. Donald Cragen: So, as an adult, you overcompensate?
Brian Cassidy: So I guess your parents said 'never get married either', huh?
Elliot Stabler: Tell your teacher, or your mom or your dad.
Kid: What if your dad's the one hurting you?
Elliot Stabler: ...Then you tell Dickie, and he'll tell me.
Detective Monique Jefferies: Who lets an eight year old out alone?
John Munch: You watch over them twenty-four hours a day, you wind up with safe little neurotics.
Capt. Donald Cragen: What have we learned?
Olivia Benson: Lesson number one: No one can handle crimes against children.
Detective Monique Jefferies: Yeah. And lesson two: get out after two years.
Mike D.: [after Munch and Cassidy leave] You know, I thought Men in Black sucked.
Mike D.: Maybe this world is another planet's Hell.
John Munch: Aldous Huxley also said, "but I like the inconveniences."
Capt. Donald Cragen: How can a man be found sane enough to stand trial, be convicted and then upon release be found insane and locked up again?
State Attorney General Morris Klein: It's called civil commitment.
Capt. Donald Cragen: And they need a test case. Well, like you said, Counselor, I only catch 'em, but last I heard, the rule of law was you do the crime, you do the time and Mr. Turbit did his.
Brian Cassidy: [to Stabler] I've been on this beat for 8 months.
Elliot Stabler: Right.
Brian Cassidy: And at first I was fine with it, but sometimes, I just, um, I just can't...
Elliot Stabler: Instead of seeing a woman, you see a uterus, cervix...
Brian Cassidy: Yeah.
Elliot Stabler: It's a clinical phase. It lasts a while.
Brian Cassidy: So what's the next phase?
Elliot Stabler: You don't want to know.