Detectives Fin and Rollins infiltrate the body mod subculture to track down a murder suspect.
Benson and Rollins talk to an alleged rape victim who thinks her attacker will get away with it.
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.
The detectives realize just how dangerous the suspect they're trying to track down really is.
Director Tom DiCillo reveals the secrets to crafting the best performances out of the SVU cast.
Unable to determine the identity of their latest assault victim, Benson and Amaro follow a trail of clues that leads them to a shocking discovery.
Lewis calls Benson and tells her that he wants her to tell the truth on the 6 o'clock news. Meanwhile, she tries to talk him into letting the girl, go but no luck.
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.
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.
Amaro works with a Gulf War veteran suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder to piece together the details of a gruesome assault at a rock concert.
Thugs brag on the internet about their time with a "snow Bunny" from the suburbs.
Police look for a missing boy who needs insulin, and soon he's seen with a criminal duo who have a history of child endangerment and pornography. Meanwhile, Benson's professional trajectory goes off course because of a personal matter.
Benson lays into Rollins for risking both their jobs to cover up a gambling addiction
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