After the appeal court denies the application for a JD warrant, the victim present in court breaks down and appears to be reciting something. It's the 'Bene Gesserit Litany against Fear' from Frank Herbert's Dune.
Victoria Kraft: (about their rapist) You have the power of life and death over this piece of crap.
Jennifer Neal: I don't want that kind of power.
Victoria Kraft: But's true, isn't it? So just drop the Lamb of God rap and tell us his name.
(Interviewing a man in a church.)
Man: There are Quaker judges, Quaker lawyers, Nixon was a Quaker.
Elliot Stabler: He put plenty of people in prison. Some were even guilty.
Elliot Stabler: Alright, we're going to talk to some of the detectives who originally investigates.
Donald Cragen: Munch, that okay with you?
John Munch: Sure, it'd be like visiting the Special Victims Unit alumni association. All the people that used to sit at these desks. Where are they now?
Jennifer Neal: He's a changed man. We prayed together.
Stabler: (incredulously) You prayed with your rapist.
Jennifer Neal: Yeah. To turn him in after that would be a betrayal.
Michelle Hurd has been added to the opening titles, but she does not join the original four as they walk through the door at the end of the titles.
Don Cragen: Yeah, COMMSTAT is the worst system, except for all the others.
Cragen is referencing a famous quote by Sir Winston Churchill, former British Prime Minister, who said, "...democracy is the worst form of government except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time."
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