? As a result, he later confides in her, thus bringing even more problems on himself when he asks her to open an investigation. During the character's time in the a guest appearance was also made in. What the shit was that? Carisi says not to listen to him, do what's right for you. And don't forget you can if you missed anything. A 12-year-old case, with no physical evidence, no witnesses, two drunks who don't remember what happened and. Stone awakens on Fin's couch. Now that was a well written show! And does personal knowledge of a suspect's character have any place in investigations at all? Veronica goes to a party, is drugged, wakes up the next morning with no recollection of what happened and missing her underwear.
He says he is sure he didn't rape anyone. Lieutenant Olivia Benson leads a team that finds justice for victims of the city's worst crimes. She says Stone isn't pressing charges. Gary wants to know why Sarah is here. I just wish it had been Fin who made the arrest at the end, but no St Olivia has to get all of the glory and save the day once again. Stone tells him the story. I could get this thrown out of court and I'm no lawyer.
Sarah tells Benson Gary hung up. He asks Fin not to tell Benson…yet. If he did then he probably would have killed Stone and so they went back to talk to Sarah. Rollins is eating leftovers when Carisi comes in the break room. She explains Stone asked her to investigate. The phone rings and he says it's the cops.
I don't know what I want. There's someone else to blame it on. When he was introduced to the show, I hated him but, much to my surprise, he has evolved intothe most interesting member of the team. So much can be done and Nick S. Stone, I'm granting your request for remand. She says he asked her to move in with him. She does not recall the assault itself, and the defendant, Roger Madden, pipes up and is admonished by the judge.
And, geez, Show, try some subtlety. Fin asks if he wants to call a lawyer, and Stone glares and says he is a lawyer. A bar phone rings and Stone says that is probably the cops. She remembered him from his baseball days and wanted to take him out for a drink. Carisi comments that Stone denies this and they owe him the benefit of the doubt, and Benson counters what do they owe Sarah? Ultimately the guy pled guilty to a lesser crime, but the victim's son committed suicide because of the embarrassment of her actions. Fin tells Benson Gary's gun wasn't loaded.
Fin needs to have more action. The charges against Stone have been dropped. Stone is released on his own recognizance after being arraigned. Later, in a restaurant, Benson speaks with Reggie who is shocked at Stone possibly going to prison. She insists she did not want to have sex and would never do that to Gary. Rollins: When I said I was happy - Al: Hear me out, will you? Rollins says she's not moving in with Al. And yeah Benson keeps doing things and taking the lead in situations where she wouldn't be able to in real life.
After Sarah accused him at the bar, he got blacked out drunk again and somehow made it to Fin's apartment without getting into additional trouble. Would have liked to have seen him more prominently featured. For this episode, my biggest issue was that this woman had no conclusive proof that Peter raped her. Sarah claimed that they both drinking. Gary said that he revered his wife and that he hates himself for being on a golfing trip when she was supposedly raped. All he has to do is say he heard Sarah consent.
He also turns down Benson's offer to talk about his feelings about this, despite her trying to be there for him. The past caught up to A. Meanwhile, Stone is in a bar and finds himself sitting next to Gary, who introduces himself. Brandishing a weapon in public? The whole episode was a string of contrivances. Tonight was Peter Scanavino's 100th episode as Carisi. More of that, please, Show! Stone and Benson's differing approaches to the pursuit of justice could be a great pivot on which to explore some of the complex issues the show touches on and our understanding of the human condition.