A female student from Montreal goes missing during a class trip to New York City after she spends a night partying with three cocky prep school boys.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
Dr. Melinda Warner
Harry Zittel ...
Jason King
Teddy Eck ...
Nicky Pratt
Forensics Tech Ryan O'Halloran
TARU Tech Ruben Morales


Three teenage boys are suspected of foul play a when high school girl disappears after a night of partying with them. When Jason, one of the boys, agrees to testify against the other two boys, but when he disappears, Judge Donnelly has no choice but to dismiss the case. The suspicion aroused by the fact that without Jason's testimony there's no case is overshadowed by Casey's feeling of guilt, because she promised Jason he would be fine. Written by Alex

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28 February 2006 (USA)  »

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This is the last SVU episode in which Fred Dalton Thompson (Arthur Branch) appears. However, Thompson continued to play the character on the original Law & Order for another season. See more »


DA Arthur Branch says that the Fourteenth Amendment gives the defendants the right to face their accuser. It is actually the Sixth Amendment's Confrontation Clause that confers that right. See more »


[Nick, Doug and Jason are in court being arraigned]
Oliver Gates: This is preposterous.
Judge Alan Ridenour: No one asked you yet, Mr. Gates. Bail?
Casey Novak: The People request remand.
Oliver Gates: And the defense moves for immediate dismissal of all charges. The People can't even make out the basic elements of a crime, Your Honor. Jennifer Durning has a history of running away.
Casey Novak: Once, when she was 14.
Monica Bradshaw: They can't prove she's dead. They still don't have the body.
Judge Alan Ridenour: Is that true, Ms. Novak?
Casey Novak: Yes, Your Honor.
Judge Alan Ridenour: Then on what basis were the defendants arrested?
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References The Godfather (1972) See more »

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Three Preppy Punks
4 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

Three Preppy punks are arrested for the murder of a young Canadian high school student on a trip to New York City. The only problem that Diane Neal has is that she doesn't have a body. But she makes the calculated decision to arrest these kids and in fact one of them is caught before he can board a private plane to Brazil.

So now SVU has to play catch up and hope they can find a body or some more evidence of murder before Neal finishes her case.

The three kids, Teddy Eck, Paul David Story, and Harry Zittel are three prime specimens of arrogance and privilege no doubt learned from their parents. You should see the length they go to cheat justice.

A good story with a most satisfactory ending.

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