The detectives investigate the disappearance of a 17-year-old girl with Turner's Syndrome, a genetic disorder that contributed to her being teased and bullied at her prep school. Meanwhile, Stabler meets his new partner, former Warrant Officer, Detective Dani Beck.

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The detectives investigate the disappearance of a 17-year-old girl with Turner's Syndrome, a genetic disorder that contributed to her being teased and bullied at her prep school. Meanwhile, Stabler meets his new partner, former Warrant Officer, Detective Dani Beck.

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Kathy Stabler: [to Stabler] Why haven't you signed the divorce papers? It's been months, Elliot. You won't talk to me, you won't talk to my lawyer, the kids are asking if we're getting back together. I've run out of things to say.
Detective Elliot Stabler: What do you want?
Kathy Stabler: An answer.
Detective Elliot Stabler: I don't know.
Kathy Stabler: I guess that's an answer.
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The pedophile's dream
5 February 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Some years earlier SVU had an episode where two kids murdered a woman for her marijuana stash. The younger of the two was the more mature, the older was just a follower and definitely not maturing. But the dividing line between childhood and adulthood occurred and the legal system and some who function in it would not take into account the exception.

This episode is the reverse. Young Betsy Hogg suffers from Turner's Syndrome in that she's not making puberty on schedule. Because she comes across like a 10 year old among 17 year olds Hogg is teased and bullied unmercifully.

Her parents are Gregory Harrison and Deborah Raffin and are divorced and in a constant state of quarrel. Hogg has disappeared and the parents call the police.

Looking at Hogg you can't help thinking child. But she's gone off with someone she met on line and in the end there ain't anything that the squad can do about it.

As Christopher Meloni said, 'a pedophile's dream'.


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