Fin shows Benson and Stabler the website for The Swing Set, the club that Jerry was stabbed outside of.
The detectives track a vicious murderer on a killing spree, but he always manages to stay one step ahead, leaving a trail of blood in his wake.
When a body turns up at a high-class bachelor party, the SVU detectives must battle powerful white-collar criminals in their quest for justice.
Stabler accuses Benson of purposely dragging her feet on their case in order to keep Calvin.
Benson tries to tell her version of the story but Internal Affairs is finding her story hard to swallow.
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.
Kelli Giddish talks about Detective Rollins gambling problem and reveals the truth and consequences an officer with the problem can have.
Tension mounts as one of Benson's (Mariska Hargitay) solved cases is reopened. Haden (Harry Connick Jr.) warns Benson not to let Ellis, who is defending the accused, take advantage of his relationship with her.
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.
Kyle MacLachlan opens up about crafting his character on SVU.
Stabler's daughter goes beyond her mean to help Stabler's case.
Sexual assaults, domestic disputes and kidnappings are often the primary focus of this crime show, which follows New York City detectives working in a specialized division within the police department.
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