Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

Season 3 Episode 16

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Mar 01, 2002 on NBC
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Stabler's wife tells him that her friend (a nurse) treated a young girl for rape by a teacher. Despite being advised not to find out further details, Stabler, with help from Benson, crack open the case to disturbing details. The girl had been part of a club in which sexual favors were given for drugs in a group of teenagers.moreless

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  • Law and Order Special Victims Unit!

    8.5
    A friend of Kathy Stabler's tell her about a young girl who came into the hospital for a rape kid. She was only 14 and claimed that she was raped by her teacher. After telling Elliot about the case, he goes into finding out exactly who this girl is. After finding that the vicitm is Cynthia Wilmont, they also find that she has been participating in parties in which a group of kids exchanges favors for sexual acts. This is an interesting story. It is one of the episodes that is basically ripped from the headlines. Younger kids participating in oral sex, but no considering it sex is on the rise. It was nice to see Law and Order bringing some light onto the delicate subject.moreless
Dann Florek

Dann Florek

Capt. Donald Cragen

Richard Belzer

Richard Belzer

Det. John Munch

Mariska Hargitay

Mariska Hargitay

Det. Olivia Benson

Christopher Meloni

Christopher Meloni

Det. Elliot Stabler

Ice-T

Ice-T

Det. Odafin Tutuola

Stephanie March

Stephanie March

A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot

Brittany Slattery

Brittany Slattery

Cynthia Wilmont

Guest Star

Christopher Orr

Christopher Orr

Ross McKenzie

Guest Star

Billy Kay

Billy Kay

Tommy Kessler

Guest Star

Isabel Gillies

Isabel Gillies

Kathy Stabler

Recurring Role

Allison Siko

Allison Siko

Kathleen Stabler

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (14)

    • Olivia Benson: Well, it's got to be a forgery. Everyone does it. (Stabler looks at her) Well, everyone except for your kids. I'm sure you're very intimidating. (pauses) Well, what now?
      Elliot Stabler: I gotta make sure our ass is covered. If this goes wrong, I want to make sure you're fine.
      Olivia Benson: Bit late for that. If anyone traces this it goes straight back to me. I had to show my ID to get the log.

    • Elliot Stabler: Why lie about her teacher?
      Olivia Benson: Because she desperately wants to belong.
      John Munch: Now that's taking peer pressure a little too far.

    • Cynthia Wilmont: Look at my mom. She's beautiful. If I looked like her...
      Olivia Benson: There's nothing wrong with the way you look. You are beautiful, too.
      Cynthia Wilmont: Right. On the inside. Pretty girls always say that to make the ugly ones feel better.
      Olivia Benson: Everyone has doubts and problems. Even the ones in the so-called popular crowd.

    • Olivia Benson: It's important to be in the in-crowd?
      Cynthia Wilmont: It's everything.
      Olivia Benson: But it's not worth your health and your safety.

    • Cynthia Wilmont: What's gonna happen now?
      Olivia Benson: Nothing. Even though I know what happened I can't do anything unless you talk.
      Cynthia Wilmont: So you know what happened?
      Olivia Benson: Yeah.

    • Ross McKenzie: Kids tend to lie when their backs are against the wall.
      Elliot Stabler: Adults too.

    • Ross McKenzie: I'm not leaving till I know what this is about.
      Elliot Stabler: Well, I guess we could do this here. We need to talk about alcohol and drug distribution.
      Ross McKenzie: Okay, okay. I'm leaving.

    • Elliot Stabler: You know, it is abundantly clear to me, you are a parent and I am a paycheck.
      Kathy Stabler: You're a good father, but you're overreacting.

    • Don Cragen: Since when is oral sex not sex?
      Olivia Benson: Since Bill Clinton said it wasn't.

    • Elliot Stabler: Olivia, I need a favor.
      Olivia Benson: Okay. Bear in mind I don't have any money. I'm an underpaid detective just like you.

    • Fin Tutuola: I hate talking to kids this age
      John Munch: That's because you can't slap 'em if they give you lip.
      Fin Tutuola: Who says I can't?
      John Munch: Then what is your issue with the pubescent set?
      Fin Tutuola: The stink of pimple cream turns my stomach.

    • Kathy Stabler: We're lucky. We've never had any trouble with the kids.
      Elliot Stabler: Trouble is relative.

    • John Munch: How old was he?
      Kid: Well, not grandpa old, like you.

    • Don Cragen: I am really getting sick of these kids, which is probably why I don't have any.

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