SVU, Episode 7.04
Production number: 07003
First aired: 11 October 2005
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Written By
Jonathan Greene

Directed By
Rick Wallace

When his rage erupts during a case involving an ex-partner, Stabler consults a shrink, seeking to find out what's wrong with him.

Summary[edit | edit source]

When the teenage son of Stabler's old partner comes under suspicion for attacking a classmate, Stabler's inability to treat this like any other case gets him suspended.

Plot[edit | edit source]

Detectives answer a call from a high school girl Pamela Sawyer is assaulted. One of the teachers directs the detectives to a baseball player student who was shown running away at the assault.

Stabler and Tutuola find the baseball players with one player having blood on his shirt. When they question him, he becomes belligerent and assaults Tutuola. This causes Stabler taking down, with the young man stating his father is a cop. Stabler asks who his father is with him answering Pete Breslin. Hearing this Stabler realizes that the young man is named Luke and that his father was his old partner.

Cast[edit | edit source]

Main cast[edit | edit source]

Recurring cast[edit | edit source]

Guest cast[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

22nd Precinct

Quotes[edit | edit source]

  • Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: How many times have you thought about eating your gun?
  • Elliot Stabler: Suicide is a sin.
  • Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: So is divorce.

  • Elliot Stabler: I've known Luke since he was a baby. Always a sweet kid.
  • Olivia Benson: Well, you haven't seen him since before he hit puberty. And he's not so sweet anymore.

  • Olivia Benson: (to Elliot after he beats up Pete) Elliot, what the hell happened?
  • Elliot Stabler: (dazed tone) I don't know.

  • Dr. Rebecca Hendrix: (to Elliot) You're not weak. You're so busy being strong and helping everyone, you've got nothing left for yourself. It takes a lot more balls to talk about your problems than to beat the hell out of a ghost.

Background information and notes[edit | edit source]

  • In this episode, Elliot reveals to Dr. Hendrix that his father beat him because Elliot had moved a piece of a school project that his father had helped him with.
  • Dr. Hendrix is now a blonde, when last season she was a brunette.
  • This episode was given a rating of TV-14-L-V for language and violence. This was the first episode to get a sub-rating (i.e. D, L, S, V).
  • Goof: When the gym manager is replacing the water cooler's bottle, he doesn't take the cap off.
  • Goof: When Dr. Huang is describing his first conversation with Luke Breslin to Cragen and Benson, the three walk past a fire alarm which has clearly been pulled.

Episode scene cards[edit | edit source]

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Sawyer Residence
540 West 207th Street
Tuesday, May 10

Part 38
Wednesday, May 11

Breslin Residence
202 Fieldston Avenue
Riverdale, New York
Thursday, May 12

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