Detectives Fin and Rollins infiltrate the body mod subculture to track down a murder suspect.
Fin shows Benson and Stabler the website for The Swing Set, the club that Jerry was stabbed outside of.
Benson tries to tell her version of the story but Internal Affairs is finding her story hard to swallow.
A hunch leads Benson to a big break in a sinking case for sexual assault.
The Squad discusses what Maddox said during his interrogation as well as what he didn't say.
With two girls missing, the search is on for the mysterious man last seen with the girls in the woods.
A domestic-violence dispute involving a sportscaster and his girlfriend is uncovered on security-camera footage from a parking garage, but the girlfriend is reluctant to seek legal help because she doesn't want her family to break apart.
A serial rapist strikes, attacking young, petite girls during the early morning. Rollins finds a pattern between these assaults and some rape cases she worked on back in Atlanta, but the rape kits for those were never tested. Meanwhile, a judge threatens to remove Noah from Benson's home.
Stabler's daughter goes beyond her mean to help Stabler's case.
Thugs brag on the internet about their time with a "snow Bunny" from the suburbs.
A young rape victim informs Benson that Lewis wants her to admit the truth.
Hargitay tears up as she discusses her character's personal growth and the adoption of baby Noah.
Stabler gives Novak a pep talk as they talk case strategy.
Rollins suspects that her accomplice may be the suspect she's looking for.
Barba capitalizes on the perfect case to secure justice for a victimized young woman.
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