Stabler accuses Benson of purposely dragging her feet on their case in order to keep Calvin.
A life-long friendship is ripped apart by a sexting scandal.
Violence escalates when SVU takes on a kidnapping with ties to a dangerous gang.
Two vigilante superheroes learn that fighting crime is best left to the police.
Mariska Hargitay shares her favorite thing about Detective Olivia Benson.
Benson is still haunted by mistakes of the past, but Munch encourages her to focus on the wins.
Sometimes even the detectives of the Special Victims Unit need a good laugh.
Benson squares off with a ruthless psychopath who rapes and tortures women, then dances through legal loopholes with ease and confidence.
Stabler's daughter goes beyond her mean to help Stabler's case.
Unable to curb her raw emotions, Benson tears into a victim during questioning, causing Cragen to step in and send her home.
A corrupt club owner tattles on the ringleader behind a New Jersey sex trafficking conspiracy.
Benson and Barba foil a rapist's attempt at a last-minute power grab.
In the 16th-season opener, Benson adjusts to being a foster mom to baby Noah, whose life is in jeopardy after Amaro does some undercover work linked to Noah's deceased biological mother. Meanwhile, a new addition to the squad has a rough start.
Hargitay tears up as she discusses her character's personal growth and the adoption of baby Noah.
Benson's new detective, Dominick "Sonny" Carisi Jr., is off to a rocky start at SVU.
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