Law and Order SVU: Guilt
When ADA Cabot (Stephanie March) is faced with a reluctant witness (guest star Bret Harrison) inside a child molestation case, she goes far above the normal scope of duty in her own search for evidence to convict the serial abuser (guest star Beau Gravitte). But her passion supercedes her compliance using the law as she misrepresents herself to Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) to bring them into an illegal search from the traumatized boy's home -- jeopardizing not just her case, but the careers of all involved. SVU Bureau Chief Elizabeth Donnelly (guest star Judith Light "Who's the Boss") is confronted with the frustrating task of bringing Cabot in line to preserve the integrity from the Special Victims Unit. Kay Lenz ("Rich Man, Poor Man") guest stars as Linda Cavanaugh, the mother of the young victim. Dann Florek, Richard Belzer, and Ice-T also star.
Elliot Stabler: [a pedophile is trying to leave town] Aw, he's leaving town. You know we're really gonna miss you.
Roy Barnett: Now what?
Olivia Benson: [takes a packing box from Barnett] We're helpin' you pack.
Elliot Stabler: You think all this stuff's gonna fit in his cell?
Olivia Benson: Probably not!
Dr. Phil Mitrano: [about Barnett] He's far more calculating than your typical pedophile. Barnett never chooses victims of opportunity, like children of a girlfriend, or a second wife. He's a true predator; unrepentant, unstoppable. No amount of therapy will change that.
A.D.A. Alexandra Cabot: [about Kessler] He is as bad as his client! Hoping the victim is too tramatized to testify. He's lucky I didn't knock his teeth down his thoat!
Captain Donald Cragen: [smiling] I'd pay real money to see that.
Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Benson and Stabler don't wear gloves when they search the Cavanaugh apartment, which has the potential of tainting evidence.