When Stabler hears from a family friend about a teenage girl who was raped, but refuses to report it to police, he begins a covert investigation, and the case progresses to uncover a web of sexual activity among teenagers.

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Jean de Segonzac

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Dick Wolf (created by), Stephen Belber (teleplay by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Meloni ... Elliot Stabler
Mariska Hargitay ... Olivia Benson
Richard Belzer ... John Munch
Stephanie March ... Alexandra Cabot
Ice-T ... Odafin Tutuola
Dann Florek ... Donald Cragen
Billy Kay ... Tommy Kessler
Christopher Orr Christopher Orr ... Ross McKenzie
Isabel Gillies ... Kathy Stabler
Brittany Slattery Brittany Slattery ... Cynthia Wilmont
Jason Fuchs ... Nick Radsen
Myra Lucretia Taylor Myra Lucretia Taylor ... Principal
Laura Stepp ... Darlene Wilmont (as Laura Interval)
Ned Luke ... Mr. Wilmont
Sprague Grayden ... Mia Kessler
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When Stabler hears from a family friend about a teenage girl who was raped, but refuses to report it to police, he begins a covert investigation, and the case progresses to uncover a web of sexual activity among teenagers.

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English

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1 March 2002 (USA) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA

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1.78 : 1
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Alison Siko begins playing Kathleen Stabler in this episode, replacing Holiday Segal (who last played the character in Season 1). See more »

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Elliot Stabler: [to Ross McKenzie] Now, you only teach high school kids?
Ross McKenzie: It's safer that way. My teaching methods are considered a little unorthodox.
Detective Olivia Benson: Is that because you get too familiar with the student body?
Ross McKenzie: You've been talking to the principal. See, he hasn't changed the curricula since the '70s. If you want to reach the kids, you to have to meet them at their level.
Elliot Stabler: And partying with them does that for you?
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Peer pressure
9 February 2015 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

Through the Stabler family grapevine Christopher Meloni hears of a teen girl being raped and refusing to report it. Like they don't have enough work at SVU he goes out and brings in more business. Still his instincts are correct and there's quite a sexual cesspool that's uncovered.

My high school days are long gone, but I remember the peer pressure to be part of the in crowd. That's what Brittany Slattery feels and she equates putting out with social acceptance. A not uncommon mistake many make.

It takes awhile for Dann Florek to be convinced, but he gets on board with Meloni's instincts. The real losers here are the 'popular' kids, brother and sister Billy Kay and Sprague Grayden.

Sometimes I think if one could bottle the secret of charisma the whole social universe might go off kilter. Eventually Slattery's rapist is found and you can almost feel sorry for him.

The all consuming passion of being 'in' with the in crowd as the song goes.


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