John Munch: Maybe the Hasidim are on to something, unplugging their kids from modern life.
Elliot Stabler: You can't shut out the world, John.
Elliot Stabler: These days may not be such a bad idea.
Rachel Zelinsky: [about her ex-husband] But he's not the man I married. He got mixed up in some crazy stuff.
Elliot Stabler: Drugs?
Rachel Zelinsky: Religion
Donald Cragen: [about Jacob Ribowsky] It's crazy. He'd rather everybody think he's a perv that admit he was making out with his girlfriend at the movies.
Rabbi Iscowitz: [about David Zelinsky] I have the boy's best interests at heart.
Elliot Stabler: Was it just his heart you had an interest in?
Casey Novak: Roxana, you're representing Jack?
Roxana Fox: George Tremblay called Legal Aid to ask how he could give up his son for adoption.
Casey Novak: And you smelled headlines.
Casey Novak: [about Jack Tremblay] That child is a predator. He raped David a half a dozen times.
Roxana Fox: They were a couple of kids screwing around, if you'll pardon the expression. You try Jack as an adult, you're looking at jury nullification.
Casey Novak: I'll take my chances.
Roxana Fox: And I look forward to kicking your ass.
Elliot Stabler: Parents are supposed to love their children. They supposed to protect them. Jack's father threw him to the wolves.
Casey Novak: So he has a crap father. Lots of children do, but they don't become rapists.
Roxana Fox: [to Casey] How convenient. Three sweet and innocent little victims to bolster your case.
Casey Novak: They were afraid to say anything.
Roxana Fox: So what? Someone suddenly spiked the bug juice in the school cafeteria with liquid courage?
Elliot Stabler: You got girls wearing Hustler tank tops to school. Paris Hilton's exploits are leading on the nightly news. Jenna Jameson is at the local bookstore telling you how to make love like a porn star.
Casey Novak: [during her closing statement] Jack Tremblay didn't do a cannonball off the high dive and splash a couple of kids. Jack Tremblay brutally raped four children. Now, 70 million kids in this country watch TV; some of it is entertainment and some of it is educational. But 70 million kids. They didn't do what Jack did. Something made Jack Tremblay commit a terrible crime, but it wasn't TV. Jack was picked on and he was angry, so he lashed out at smaller, weaker children to make himself feel better. Television didn't make Jack hold Michelle and Ashley down, and television didn't make Jack ignore Lucy and David's cries. Jack did it because Jack wanted to.