Kathy Stabler states that Kathleen is seventeen years old.
Nitpick: When the defense objects to a leading question of Jenny Rogers, the prosecutor disagrees saying Jenny testified she heard a man and a woman arguing and then they found the woman dead, so it must be the man who came down the stairs. What Jenny Rogers really said on the stand was she heard people arguing; she did not say man nor woman.
(After finding Jake Lumet on the floor by a bunch of pills, Fin checks his pulse.)
Fin Tutuola: Unconscious. (Jake comes to and throws up next to Fin) You puke on me, and I'll kill you!
Kevin Rogers: (about the conditions in which his mother's living) I got her lunch.
Elliot Stabler: French fries? I suppose next you'll say the ketchup's a vegetable.
(Kathleen has been arrested for a DUI.)
Kathleen Stabler: (crying) I'm sorry.
Elliot Stabler: It's okay. Why didn't you call me? Why didn't you tell me what happened?
Kathleen Stabler: I was so scared.
Elliot Stabler: I'm sure you were.
Kathleen Stabler: No, I was scared of what you'd do.
Jenny Rogers: Do you have children?
Elliot Stabler: Yes.
Jenny Rogers: What would you do if one of them got into trouble? You'd help them.
Don Cragen: (to Stabler) How many times do you think you can break the rules and get away with it?
Jenny Rogers: You arrested Kevin?
Olivia Benson: He'll be in a treatment program. He's getting the help he needs, and you can live your life without being afraid.
Jenny Rogers: What life? You took my son away. What have I got to live for now?
Jenny Rogers: I have very bad arthritis.
Olivia Benson: Carol said that you had sciatica.
Carol Rogers: She has that, too.
Fin Tutuola: With men, it's just business. They take what they want: money, drugs, sex. With a woman, it's personal.
Fin Tutuola: (about Jenny Rogers' prescription) She's either selling, or she's in real bad shape. Eighty mgs every six hours? That's enough to numb a moose.