Olivia Benson: It happened four months ago. I was, um, working undercover in a prison and... and the male guard tried to rape me. And I was-- I was okay at first, and then-- I've started reliving it. Just feel really jumpy, can't sleep. And I fe-- I feel very out of control. And the thing is, is that I wasn't even raped.
Dr. Fulton: Olivia, you were sexually assaulted.
Olivia Benson: He came so close, and there was nothing that I could do to stop him. He had a weapon. And he completely overpowered me. And I never should have let him take me down there, 'cause I know better than that.
Dr. Fulton: Rape victims often blame themselves. You know how misplaced that blame is.
Olivia Benson: I know, I know. (puts finger to her forehead) I know that here. I've told that same thing to a lot of women. But now I... I feel... I feel like I don't deserve to be here. I feel like-- I feel like he has-- he stole something from me. And... and I need help dealing with it.