When a girl is attacked, a young man is arrested. They later learn that he takes steroids which is what made him attack her. The guy turns out to be the son of a cop Stabler knows. The cop ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Elliot Stabler
... Olivia Benson
... John Munch
... Casey Novak
... Odafin Tutuola
... Dr. George Huang (as B.D. Wong)
... Dr. Melinda Warner (credit only)
... Donald Cragen
... Dr. Rebecca Hendrix
... Officer Pete Breslin
... Luke Breslin
... Pamela Sawyer
... Judge Walter Bradley
Ross Bickell ... Principal
... Coach Veneziano (as Kene Holliday)


When a girl is attacked, a young man is arrested. They later learn that he takes steroids which is what made him attack her. The guy turns out to be the son of a cop Stabler knows. The cop later attacks his son and it turns out he is also taking steroids. Stabler is forced to deal with issues involving his own father. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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11 October 2005 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Stabler's off-duty weapon isn't a SIG Sauer P228, for one thing the P228 has an external hammer, this pistol is a striker fired semi-auto (meaning no external hammer). The pistol Stabler has is a Kahr K9 9x19mm, you can tell it's not a SIG by the shape of the trigger guard plus the groves on the slide, they go from the top of the slide to the bottom, SIG P228 slides only have groves that go halfway up the slide. See more »


When Fin is at the gym interviewing the training manager, the trainer is loading a new jug of water for the water dispenser. The cap is never taken off the jug and the guy turns it upside down and puts it in the holder and walks away. No water is ever seen coming out, which means the cooler would become inoperable. See more »


Detective Elliot Stabler: [in a therapy session after Elliot beats up a cop who was beating up his teenage son; talking about Elliot's memories of his father]
[Dr. Hendrix asks if Elliot's father ever helped him with his homework]
Detective Elliot Stabler: Once, when I was in fifth grade. I had to make this diorama. Remember those things? The model you put in shoe boxes?
Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: Sure.
Detective Elliot Stabler: It was about the Civil War. And he told me where the put the cannons, and the soldiers, the trees... Nay, forget it.
Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: Did you get a good grade?
Detective Elliot Stabler: What?
Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: Did you get a good grade...
Detective Elliot Stabler:
Dr. Rebecca Hendrix:
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great episode
5 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

great episode really shows how disturbed Stabler is and how messed up these detectives are. They deal with the absolute depths of human horror. When Stabler starts crying my heart really goes out to him. Sometimes I think they make Olivia's character to self righteous always acting like she knows better. But it's only on rare occasions usually its the two partners against the captain or everybody else. SVU is always great because in most TV shows the good guys are always the good guys but in SVU everyone has shades of gray. Which is more akin to real life. So in summary a great episode because it really hits home the fact that parents needs to be so careful how far they push.

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