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#108 : Meurtre dans un jardin

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Karen Fitzgerald, assistante du procureur, est retrouvée dans Central Park, une balle dans la tête. Elle a été violée. Très vite, Benson, Stabler, Munch et Cassidy découvrent un suspect : il s'agit d'un agent immobilier, Richard White, qui aurait déjà violé une autre femme. Sa prochaine victime pourrait être l'inspecteur Olivia Benson.

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Titre VO
Stalked

Titre VF
Meurtre dans un jardin

Première diffusion
22.11.1999

Première diffusion en France
22.10.2000

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Résumé en musique de l'épisode Stalked

Résumé en musique de l'épisode Stalked

  

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ÉPISODE 008

Écrit par : Roger Garrett
Réalisé par : Peter Medak

Acteurs principaux Christopher Meloni (Elliot Stabler) - Mariska Hargitay (Olivia Benson) - Richard Belzer (Sergent John Munch) - Dann Florek (Capitaine Don Cragen) - Michelle Hurd (Monique Jeffries)

Apparitions

(Scene opens with a little boy holding a Frisbee and walking with his grandfather through the park)

Boy
(looks at some people with binoculars walking past)
What are they?

Grandfather
Those are birdwatchers.  There's a lot of them in this part of the park.

Boy
Boring.

Grandfather
(taking a seat on a park bench)
You get to sit down.

Boy
Grandpa, that's no fun.  This is!
(throws the Frisbee and it lands in behind a thick patch of trees)
I'll get it, Grandpa!

Grandpa
(walking through the trees to fetch the Frisbee)
No.  I don't want you going off the path by yourself.
(turns a corner and finds the Frisbee laying next to the body of a dead woman)

Boy
Did you find it?

Grandpa
(hugs the boy and blocks his view of the body)
I'll buy you a new one.  

(Cut to sirens blaring and cops walking through the area)

Detective Carlyle
Carlyle, Homicide.

Stabler
Stabler, Special Victims.  My partner, Benson.  Who's the brass?

Detective Carlyle
Honcho, One Police Plaza.  Said he wants the perp arrested yesterday.

Stabler
He should talk to HG Wells.

(Detective Carlyle chuckles)

Benson
(looking around)
Why the pressure?

Detective Carlyle
The vic was an ADA — named Karen Fitzgerald.  Found dead in the bushes late this afternoon — raped, shot in the head.

(Benson is clearly affected by the victim's death)

Benson
I kn — I know her.  I knew her.  She's um, my age.  We had drinks together a few times after court.

Detective Carlyle
It's all yours.  CSU can tell you what they've got so far.
 

Opening Credits
 

(Cut to the detectives in the squad room)

Cragen
I just got off the phone with the mayor's aide.  He wants a suspect in this Fitzgerald rape/homicide ASAP.  So where are we with this?

Benson
She'd been an ADA for two years.  100 percenter.  She took every case that was thrown at her.  Didn't care if it lowered her win/lose average.

Cragen
You knew her.

Benson
We were acquaintances.  I wish we'd been friends.  She kept her head down and tried to put the bad guys in jail.

Stabler
hich meant a lot of them walked.  Most of them didn't, but we're still talking about a dump truck full of perps — people with a grudge.

Cragen
Anything at the crime scene to indicate she might've known the killer?

Jeffries
A hell of a lot of anger.  The guy beat her with a rock, raped her, and then took the time out of his busy schedule to shoot her — twice.

Munch
Anybody remember the Labor Day rapist?
(nobody says anything)
He raped someone on Labor Day?

Stabler
There were probably ten rapes on Labor Day, John.

Munch
But the papers picked up on this one, put their collectively creative heads together and came up with that moniker for the doer.  Anyway, it went down in the Ramble just like this one.  No homicide, but a beating, same time of day.  It's still open.

Cassidy
So you're saying same perp then.

Munch
We've only been partners a few months, but the man's already starting to think like me, only slower.

Cragen
Jeffries, Briscoe, break out the Labor Day files, see what was missed.

Stabler
I'd like to grab someone from Forensics, re-walk the crime scene with Benson, get a feel for what went down.

Cragen
You got it.
(turns to Munch and Cassidy)
Munch, Cassidy, draw parallels between Labor Day and yesterday, then see if we got a rape that fell between the two with the same M.O.
 
 

CENTRAL PARK
THE RAMBLE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12

 

Armstrong
We're assuming she was grabbed and then hustled into the bushes over here.

Stabler
What are the round casts?

Armstrong
Knees.  See the handprints in front of them?

Stabler
Perp made her crawl?

Armstrong
We got no handprints in front of these knees.  What do you make of that?

Stabler
She was begging.

Benson
Begging not to be raped or for her life?

Armstrong
Both.  So the perp picked up a rock — we've got that at the lab with her blood on it — broke her nose.  She was gushing blood.  We found it on her clothes, on the ground here.  Also found a condom wrapper.

Benson
So she's crawling away with a broken nose, raped, begging for her life.

Stabler
Then the guy shoots her twice.

Armstrong
We got spent rounds from a .44 — one went into her left eye, lodged into the ground here.  The other one took off part of her head, and then ricocheted up there.
(points at a large boulder)

(Benson looks over and starts to climb the boulder)

Benson
Did you find a book?

Armstrong
No, why?

Benson
Her secretary said she liked to come to the Ramble to read on her lunch hour — because it's so safe and serene.

Armstrong
No book.

Benson
What if she was dragged from this side?
(Walks a little further and spots the book)
I need gloves.

Armstrong
“A Burnt-Out Case.”  Murder mystery.  I guess we screwed up.

Benson
No, you didn't.

Stabler
Okay, so, let's just say that she was dragged from this side.  That means she was —

Benson
Grabbed from this side.
(points at a park bench)
Probably off that bench.

(the detectives walk in front of birdwatcher sitting on a park bench)

Birdman
Hey, hey!  I'm losing the Warbling Vireo, lady.

Benson
(flashes her badge)
Benson — police department.  We'd like to ask you some questions.
 


 

(Cut to the detectives sitting in the squad room getting the guy's story)

Birdman
The guy almost pushes me off the bench.

Stabler
What time was that?

Birdman
I don't know, 3:30, 4 — I'd just spotted an Eastern Wood-Pewee.

Benson
Okay.  Did he say anything?

Birdman
No.

Benson
Did you?

Birdman
I'm not comfortable talking to people.  That's why I watch birds.  I like being alone.

Benson
Okay
(turns to the computer and reaches for the mouse)

Birdman
(pointing at the computer screen)
What are you — what's this?

Benson
There are 20,000 known sex offenders in our computer.  I've narrowed it down from the description you gave.  So, holler if you see anything, okay?

Birdman
(turns to Stabler)
I'd be better at this if these guys had feathers.

Stabler
Use your binoculars.

Birdman
(looks at the first six, point at first mug shot)
That's him!  Upper left hand corner.

(Benson and Stabler look at each other)

Benson
Off the first six.  Are you sure?

Birdman
Pretty sure.
(looks a little harder)
Nah.
(looks again)
Yeah.

Benson
Okay, I'm gonna print him out.  And why don't we take a look at a few more, alright?
(Benson pushes a couple of keys to bring up a new group of mug shots)

Birdman
(looks at the screen)
No, none of these guys.
(Benson leans over to bring up the next set of mug shots, and the birdman stops her)
Wait!
(looks again)
No.

Benson
(Benson brings up a new set of mug shots)
Any of these?

Birdman
(points at the screen)
That's him.  Lower right-hand corner.

Stabler
So the first guy isn't the guy?

Birdman
Well, they both look like the guy.

(Benson and Stabler are clearly getting frustrated)

Birdman
Look, if I'm not doing this right, you can get someone else.

Stabler
You're our witness.  We need you.

Birdman
Can I have a Coke or something?  A Pepsi, Sprite.
(pauses)
Give me a Pepsi.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler walking through the squad room)

Stabler
10 IDs.  Birdman ID'd 10 people.

Munch
Larry Bird and The Partridge Family.

(Cragen hands a photo to Cassidy)

Cassidy
What's this?

Cragen
I had the prosecutor's office cross reference the birdwatcher's ID's with all of Fitzgerald's cases.  They made two hits.  One of the first, Kenneth Maggio.
(hands a photo to Benson)
He was convicted of forcible sodomy.  Did time in Elmira, he's out on parole.

Benson
(shows the picture of the second suspect)
And we're gonna bang at Mr. Richard White, another Fitzgerald case.

Munch
Where does he land on the atrocity bell curve?

Benson
Date rape.  Copped a plea, did no time.  He's a realtor.
 


 

(Cut to the detectives sitting in Richard White's office)

Richard White
I was shocked to read about it in the paper.

Stabler
Why?

Richard White
Nobody deserves to die that way.  I actually felt for the woman.

Benson
Felt what?  Happy that the woman who prosecuted you on a date rape charge wouldn't have the occasion to prosecute you in the future?

Richard White
Those charges were reduced to sexual assault.  I pled guilty on my lawyer's advice.  “A lot of gray area in a 'he said/she said'” — he said.  I was innocent.

Benson
So you were railroaded?

Stabler
And her death made you feel some kind of angst?

Richard White
I tend to take an objective view of things.  Fitzgerald was doing her job.  She was wrong.  I had no hard feelings.  She was doing what she was hired to do.  I forgive her.

Benson
Do you forgive Louise Billings, too?

Richard White
Hmm?

Stabler
The person who accused you of the date rape.

Richard White
Louise was confused, she didn't know how the world worked.

Stabler
(amused)
Please, enlighten us.

Richard White
She had invited me to dinner a month after we broke it off.  One thing led to another and we had sex.  Louise thought it meant more than it did.  She got angry and filed charges.

Stabler
Sounds like everyone involved was wrong but you.

Richard White
It happens.

Benson
Where were you yesterday between the hours of 3 and 5 p.m.?

Richard White
Astoria.  I was previewing a house.

Stabler
Your story for yesterday, can you confirm that?

Richard White
Yes.  I was the only realtor out at the property.  I had to use the lock-box to get in.  That information is faxed to the listing agent, who would be...
(grabs a sheet of paper out of his desk drawer)
Krim Properties in Jamaica.

Benson
Can anyone else corroborate your alibi?

Richard White
Yes.  My business partner, Kimberly Phillips.  She knows where I was.
 


 

(Cut to a man walking out of a building, reading a book — Jeffries approaches him)

Jeffries
Mr. Levin?  You spoke to a patrol man earlier?

Harold Levin
Yes.  I told him I'd help after I'd finished my studies in the Kollel.
(realizes why they need to talk to him and is suddenly interested)
This is about Labor Day?  The man I saw running in the park?  You want me to look at pictures?

Jeffries
That's why we're here.
 


 

(Cut to Mr. Levin sitting in the squad room and looking very closely at the computer screen)

Harold Levin
No.
(looks some more)
No... Detective Munch, it's been two hours.  Must I keep looking at these?

Munch
It would be a mitzvah.

Harold Levin
Are you?

Munch
Why don't you do 12 more.  For the 12 tribes.

Harold Levin
You are, aren't you?  Okay.  12 more.
(looks at the next set of mug shots and points at the screen)
Him!  That's the putz who ran into me and called me a Jew bastard on Labor Day.

Cassidy
You're sure...?

Harold Levin
These things, you don't forget.

Munch
Jean Dussault.  Canadian.  Deported.  Cassidy, put a call into Canada and see if this guy's registered.

Cassidy
Anyone know the area code for Montreal?

(no one says anything)

Harold Levin
I've got to start walking back to Riverdale.

Munch
Walking?  I'll put you in a squad car.

Harold Levin
No.  Shabbas starts in 10 minutes.  I can't be in a car.  God protects when you observe.  The Jews have kept the Sabbath, and the Sabbath has kept the Jews.

Munch
Yeah, and the police will drive you home.  I'm not going to let you walk to Riverdale.  Even with God's help, you're not gonna make it through the South Bronx.  Farstey?

Harold Levin
Farstey.
 
 

KRIM PROPERTIES
JAMAICA, QUEENS
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12

 

Mr. Krim
Whoever invented lock-boxes, I love him.  We hang one of these on a house we're listing, and any agent with a license can get inside without us being there.

Stabler
Do you have a fax for yesterday coming from your property at Newton and 28th Street?

Mr. Krim
I should have.
(sets the lock-box aside and opens a file)

Benson
Do you do much business with a Richard White?

Mr. Krim
Yeah.  Quite a bit.  We specialize in low-income housing, White-Phillips attract low-income buyers.  I don't know why they're based in Manhattan.  Probably gives their clients an uptown feel before they buy a shell of a fixer upper.  Money pits, I love 'em.

Stabler
(hangs up his cell phone)
White's alibi checked for Labor Day.

Mr. Krim
(handing Stabler a piece of paper)
Richard White was at that property at 4 p.m. yesterday.  Is he in some kind of trouble?

Benson
Is selling money pits a crime?
 


 

(Cut to the squad room at night — Cassidy walks in)

Cassidy
(proudly)
Munch, I got him.  The Labor Day rapist.

Munch
Oh, you got him?  What are you, the Lone Ranger now?

Cassidy
Okay — we got him.  I called Forensics.  They'd never matched the pubic hairs found on the Labor Day vic to anyone.  So I gave them Dussault.  The DNA and his hair showed up on a prior record.
(snaps his fingers)
Bingo.

Munch
And where is he now?

Cassidy
I spoke to Canada.  They're looking for him.

Munch
That's great, Cassidy.  While Dudley Do-Right's out searching the 10 provinces — that's about four million square miles — Dussault could've come back into this country and done Fitzgerald.  He's still a suspect.

Cassidy
Go ahead, Munch, rain on my parade.

Munch
I don't just want to rain on your parade, I want to blow up all the floats.(stands up and starts walking away)

Cassidy
Where are we going?

Munch
Lower East Side.  I spoke to Kenneth Maggio's PO.  The sodomite, he works in a donut shop there.
 
 

TONG'S DONUTS
87 DELANCY STREET
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12

 

Munch
(to the owner)
You got a Kenneth Maggio working for you?

Mr. Tong

Maggio?  Oh, the crook!  Works minimum wage.  He's baking in the back.

Munch
(picks up a donut)
These safe to eat?

Mr. Tong
Best in town.

Munch
I'm not sure if that's a yes.
(walks in back)
Police.  Looking for Kenneth Maggio.  He committed sodomy.

Kenneth Maggio
You trying to ruin my rep?

Cassidy
You beat us to that one.  Doesn't look like you're going to be getting that pastry chef job at Boulet Bakery.
(points at Kenneth Maggio)
Would you look at this.  What a cliché.  He shaves his head to try to make himself look different.  But he just makes himself look more and more ugly.

Cassidy (cont')
(to Maggio)
What's next, huh?
Fake glasses, fake nose?

Munch
(puts his index finger through the hole of the donut and shakes it at Maggio)
Does this turn you on?

Kenneth Maggio
What do you want?

Munch
Isn't it a little dangerous for you to be around all these helpless donuts?

Kenneth Maggio
C'mon.  What do you want?

Cassidy
Your alibi yesterday, 3 p.m., 5 p.m.?

Kenneth Maggio
Home, I was home.

Munch
You're not lying to us, are you?  'Cause that would be bad, very bad.

Cassidy
You'd better talk to us, 'cause we're looking at you for rape/homicide.  Right now.

Kenneth Maggio
Fitzgerald?

Cassidy
Yeah.

Kenneth Maggio
The bitch who prosecuted me.  Hey, hey, you can't pin that one on me!  I was with my lover.  A guy named Frank Stern.  Lives on Jane Street.

Munch
You're saying you went over to the dark side ?  The love that dare not speak its name?  How convenient.  Too gay to rape a DA, huh?

Kenneth Maggio
(getting angry)
You wanna know why?  I'll show you why, huh?
(unzips and drops his pants)
Here.  See?!  See?!

(Munch cringes and turns his head away)

Kenneth Maggio
They gave me a welcome bath at Elmira.  Soap and sulfuric acid.  I can't even rape a freaking ant.
 


 

(Cut to next day, the detectives are in the squad room, Benson is pouring coffee)

Munch
Guys, check this out.  Teddy Kennedy lands in the water at Chappaquiddick on July 18th.  Neil Armstrong lands on the moon July 20th.  Think about that.

Jeffries
And?

Munch
You don't find that amazing?

Jeffries
Nope.

Stabler
You're learning, Jeffries.

Benson
(hands Munch a cup of coffee)
Hey, Munch.  What's up with your donut store guy?

Munch
Let's put it this way, the guy will never be accused of a crime involving penile penetration.  Wanna know why?

Benson
Yeah, why?

Munch
Acid on the scrotum.

Benson
(cringes)
Owwhh!

Cragen
So, does anybody look good for Labor Day?

Munch
Yeah.  Cassidy helped Forensics nail a guy named Jean Dussault, who was deported to Canada.  Only Canada can't find him, so... they've got the dog sleds out looking for him now.

Cragen
Well, keep on him, because Dussault's Labor Day MO is very similar to the Fitzgerald rape, okay?

(Munch nods)

Cragen
(turns to Benson and Stabler)
Now, your guy, what's his name?

Benson
Richard White.

Cragen
Yeah, him.  Where does he sit now?

Stabler
Well, his alibi looks good for Fitzgerald.  But I went through the White trial transcript.  Fitzgerald lets him plea down midway through the trial.  But not before just dragging his ass through the mud.  He had to have hated her.

Cragen
Alright.  John, I want you to talk to the date rape victim, Louise Billings.

Stabler
And Jeffries got a hold of Fitzgerald's best friend, an attorney.

Jeffries
Joan Simon.  She's coming in this afternoon.

Cragen
Alright, well, you should get some background there, too.  Let's get 'em.
 
 

APARTMENT OF LOUISE BILLINGS
121 WEST 74TH STREET
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13

 

Louise Billings
Richard could be a really sweet man, but sometimes he'd get abusive.  He'd push me around, make me do things... sexually, that I really didn't want to do.

Cassidy
Like Mr. Jekyll and Dr. Hyde.

Louise Billings
I started losing weight from the tension.  I couldn't sleep.  I broke it off after three years.

Munch
How'd he react to that?

Louise Billings
He was calm.  He said he understood.

Munch
And how'd he react to that?

Louise Billings
I kept on bumping into him.  We'd make a little small talk, and then he'd move on.  It was more like talking to an old friend rather than a lover.

Cassidy
How often did you run into him?

Louise Billings
I don't know.  Two, three times a month.

Munch
Didn't you think all these meetings were odd?  In a city this size, you accidentally crossed paths how often?

Louise Billings
My shrink says it was a classic case of cognitive dissonance.  So... we ran into each other again.  Well, Richard was in a particularly charming mood.  I invited him up to my place for dinner — for old time's sake.  He got drunk.
(growing emotional)
And then I was looking at Mr. Hyde.  He grabbed me and threw me down, and he told me to crawl to him and beg for forgiveness.  And I did.
(sobbing)

Munch
(gets up and sits next to Louise Billings)
Probably saved your life.  And it wasn't weak to get the courage to face him in court.

Louise Billings
Karen Fitzgerald gave me the strength to do that.  And after it was all over... do you know what Richard did?  He sent me flowers with a note that said, “No hard feelings.”
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler talking with Joan Simon, Karen Fitzgerald's best friend)

Benson
How long did you know Karen?

Joan Simon
Um — since law school.  We were very close.  They don't teach you self defense in the New York law books.

Stabler
Did she ever say she was afraid of anyone?

Joan Simon
Never.  She was fearless.  Not trusting, not naïve.  Fearless.  We'd go out to eat and guys would hit on us.  She'd flash her ADA's ID badge at them and they'd disappear.

Benson
Can you think of any incident, regardless of whether or not you think it's relevant?

Joan Simon
About a month ago, we were having lunch, and there was a guy sitting across from us.  He was smiling, staring.  I pointed him out to Karen and she got rattled.  Instead of doing her ID thing, she said that we should leave.

Benson
Did she say why?

Joan Simon
No.  I asked her about it a few weeks later and she still said nothing.

Benson
(pulls a set of mug shots from the folder on the table and shows it to Joan)
Do you see him on this page?

Joan Simon
(looks at the pictures and points to Richard White's mug shot)
That's him.
 


 

(Cut to the Benson and Stabler talking with Cragen in his office)

Cragen
White sends flowers to one vic, smiles at another vic in a restaurant, they get ratteld.  What's your point?

Benson
He's stalking her.

Cragen
Impossible.  We don't have a stalking statute in New York.  Ergo there's no way to stalk anyone.

Benson
An Assistant DA's murder — maybe they'll change the statute.
 


 

(Cut to the detectives in the squad room)

Munch
I got White's trial transcript from Jeffries.  His partner, Phillips, was a character witness.

Cassidy
And now she's corroborating his alibi for the Fitzgerald rape.

Cragen
She might be the weak link.  If you were clean, why would you stay partners with garbage like White?

Stabler
Maybe she's afraid.

Cragen
Maybe.  See if that's what she says.
 
 

1202 NEWTON AVENUE
ASTORIA, QUEENS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13

 

Benson
Ms. Phillips?

Stabler
Is this the house Mr. White was at 4 p.m. Thursday?

Kimberly Phillips
Yeah, it's all in the broker's report.

Stabler
I'm sorry, say that again?

Kimberly Phillips
It's all in the broker's report.
(walks to the door with the lock box)
Here, I'll show you.
(inserts the keypad into the lock box)
When I get the key, it makes a record of my visit.

Stabler
So now all of your information is being sent to Krim Properties?

Kimberly Phillips
That's how it works.

Benson
How well do you know Richard White?

Kimberly Phillips
Well enough.  I mean, he's my business partner after all.

Benson
For how long?

Kimberly Phillips
Two years.  I met Richard when we were at an open house.  He proposed that we start our own company and said that he'd provide the seed money.

Stabler
Just like that?

Kimberly Phillips
Well, we'd been talking about the big realty companies eating up our commissions.

Benson
So you basically went into business with a complete stranger?

Kimberly Phillips
Well, actually, I said no.  I thought he was a little odd.  I kind of blew him off initially.

Stabler
What turned you around?

Kimberly Phillips
He did a really sweet thing.  He sent me flowers with a card that said his feelings weren't hurt, or something like that.

Benson
Wow, he's persistent.

Kimberly Phillips
That's what it takes in real estate.  We kept running into each other at these open houses, and, you know, he'd pitched the idea to me... and after a while it started sounding good, so I said, “Why not?”

Stabler
And you've done well together.

Kimberly Phillips
(nods her head and smiles)
Yeah, very.
(looks at her watch)
Oh, I have a closing in about a half an hour.  Does that answer your questions?

Stabler
(looks at Benson)
Yeah.  If we need anything else, we'll just give you a call.

Kimberly Phillips
Okay.

Benson
Great.  Thank you.

Kimberly Phillips
Yeah, bye.

Benson
(waits until Kimberly Phillips is out of earshot)
Well, she's holding out.

Stabler
I'm getting that too.  So tell me why.

Benson
White's a suspect in a rape/homicide investigation.  I would be afraid to talk about him too, if I were her.

Stabler
But if he's threatening her, she could always come to us.  Why cover for the guy?

Benson
Why did Louise Billings let him into her apartment?  He controls.  Somehow, he controls.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler talking with Cragen in his office)

Cragen
I know you're fixed on White, but let's not forget Dussault is still a question mark.  

Benson
Munch, Cassidy and Canada are dealing with Dussault, we're hanging on to White until we have a reason not to.

Cragen
Fine.  Assuming White's our guy, you think Phillips knows what he did?

Benson
No.  But I think that he's got something on her.  Enough to make her do what he asks.

Cragen
You check her for priors?

Stabler
Yeah.  Zero.

Benson
I understand this guy, Don.  He hates women who take control.  He always finds some way of getting it back.  Louise Billings took control by breaking it off with him.  White raped her to control her.  It's the same thing with Fitzgerald.  She took control by prosecuting him, disparaging his reputation in the courtroom.  We know what he did to get control back from her.

Cragen
So... bring him in and talk to him.

Benson
What if he won't come in voluntarily?

Cragen
It sounds to me like he would enjoy taking you on.  But if he won't come nicely, I'll bootstrap a warrant for a parole violation.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Richard White in the interrogation room)

White
What was it like before you became a detective?

Benson
What was what like?

White
I mean, did you wear a uniform?  You're still wearing one now, although —
(looking Benson up and down)

Benson
Oh, c'mon now.  We're not here to talk about me.

White
I get it.  “Enough about me.  What do you think about me?”

Benson
Right.  For openers, your alibi for Fitzgerald is shredding.

White
Oh?

Benson
Yeah, the lock-box — It seems that anybody could've used it if they had your code.  You didn't have to be there.

White
But I was.

Benson
See, this is what's weird, 'cause your partner says you weren't.

White
She wasn't telling the truth.

Benson
How can you be so sure?

White
Because you're not.

Benson
Oh.
(walking away from White)

White
(watching her)
You dress down, but you're very attractive.

Benson
Ah.  Is this some of you're famous charm, White?

White
Richard, Olivia.

Benson
It's Detective Benson.

White
I know.   A year and a half in the Special Victims Unit.  A graduate of Siena College.  It's public record.  You can find almost anything if you know where to look.

Benson
(walks over to White and gets in his face)
You know what you are?

White
A realtor?

Benson
You're a nosy parker.

White
And you're a bitch.

Benson
Did I hit a nerve?

White
I don't have any nerves.  How about you?

Benson
We'll see.

White
(takes another look at Benson and turns to the door)
Look... I got a quaint turn of the century rat-hole to show.  Unless you've got some evidence to book me —

Benson
Go with God, Richard.

(the door opens and White faces Cragen — Cragen shakes his head at Benson, White looks back and smiles and walks out)

Benson
You have to let him back on the street?

Cragen
You gave it your best shot.  It didn't work this time.  We're gonna get him back here, and when we do…

(shot of Benson looking rattled and worried)
 


 

(Cut to the detectives in the squad room)

Cassidy
We've got two things for you.  Dussault's dead.  Canadian's found him colder than a witch's boob at a shack in Moosonee, Canada.  OD'd on skag.

Munch
(shakes his head)
Poor guy.

Benson
Poor guy?

Munch
Yeah.  Imagine trying to score smack in a place called Moosonee.  It must've been hell.  Probably easier to cop yak turds.

Stabler
Okay, so Dussault's dead.  That leaves White as our lead contestant.

Benson
What's the other thing you've got?

Munch
I know a guy on the Realty Board.  I had him look into White-Phillips.  They don't just sell houses, they make loans.

Benson
I thought that was legal.

Munch
It is, but most of the people they deal with are low income.  They don't read the fine print and 70% of the loans wind up in foreclosure.

Cassidy
The bulk of their income comes from high interest and high penalties.  The loan division makes much more compared to the realty division.

Stabler
So they don't make out selling off the foreclosures?

Munch
Only the loan division makes out because they own the foreclosures.  So here's the rub — Phillips is not a partner in the loan division.

Cassidy
So she pulls down squat compared to White.

(Benson and Stabler look at each other)
 
 

TAFT STATE BANK
72 PINE STREET
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15

 

Benson
We just want to see Kimberly Phillips' bank account, and Richard White's and the company's.

Teller
(laughs)
Would you like to open an account for yourself while you're at it?  Maybe get a free toaster oven?

Stabler
We could get a warrant.

Teller
Sounds like a good idea.

Benson
Well, it might not sound like such a good idea when you have detectives swarming all over your bank.

Teller
Looking for what?!

Stabler
Russian mob laundering, drug money, whatever.  Believe me, you don't want to go there.

Teller
(turns towards his computer)
I'll punch them up.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler walking and looking at the information for the three accounts)

Benson
Phillips deposits a paycheck from White-Phillips Realty every week, and she deposits cash.

Stabler
How much?

Benson
Three grand in cash every week.

Stabler
Check this out.  The White Loan Company withdraws three grand a week, puts it under miscellaneous expenses.  That's the perk Phillips gets for non-ownership — tax-free income.

Benson
Three grand a week under the table?  Not bad.

Stabler
I could send my kids to private school and still put away more than 50 bucks a week for their college fund.
(answers his cell phone)
Stabler... No Kimberly Phillips, huh?  You got any other names there?  Thanks a lot.
(hangs up the phone)

Benson
What is it?

Stabler
Just got the printout from the lock-box where we were with Phillips Saturday.

Benson
Does it work the way she said it did?  Is her name on it?

Stabler
Uh, no.  His name is.  She's carrying around White's beeper.

Benson
Let's talk to her again.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler talking with Kimberly Phillips in her office)

Stabler
We don't give a damn about your financial dealings.  That's for the IRS.

Benson
And we don't give a damn about the IRS unless you're not willing to talk to us.

Kimberly Phillips
The way I described the beginning of the partnership wasn't totally accurate.

Stabler
Okay, so what did you leave out?

Kimberly Phillips
From the start he told me that we'd be dealing with low-income clients.  Basically finding a legal way to rip them off.  That didn't sit well with me, so that's why I turned him down.

Stabler
Super, you've got a conscience.  So?

Kimberly Phillips
He didn't take my refusal as easily as I'd said.  He got this really frightening look in his eye.  I thought he was gonna hit me in front of the other brokers.  Then he pulled himself together and I got the flowers the next day.

Benson
And?

Kimberly Phillips
He had no way of knowing my home address.  That scared me.

Stabler
Doesn't sound like the beginnings of a beautiful friendship.  You're frightened and what — you think he's following you?

Kimberly Phillips
The day I said yes to the partnership, he followed me to an open house.  I saw him in the rearview mirror.

Benson
You could've called the cops.

Kimberly Phillips
(scoffs)
Well, they blew me off.  There's no law against what he did.  There's some harassment law but you have to say that you're afraid for your life or that you've been threatened.  He was offering me a job.

Stabler
And a job that pays you a 150 grand per annum, tax-free.  I'm sure that took the edge off your fear.

Kimberly Phillips
Yeah, okay.

Benson
He used the same threat to get you to provide an alibi for the Fitzgerald rape.

Stabler
He told you to use his beeper to open that lock-box that day, didn't he?

(Kimberly Phillips nods)

Benson
You knew his history.  You've been in the courtroom with Fitzgerald.  You had to have put it all together.

Kimberly Phillips
(emotional)
I did.  He threatened to kill me if I said anything.  And I knew that he would.

Stabler
I'm getting a warrant for Mr. White.
 
 

APARTMENT OF RICHARD WHITE
192 RIVERSIDE DRIVE
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15

 

Stabler
Two bags, please.
(drops some film into one bag)
Have this developed
(drops a notepad in the other)
and run this through the ESDA machine.  It'll pull up all the writing that was on the page above it.

Benson
(unfolding a map)
Hey, hey, check this out.

Stabler
Yeah.

Benson
A map of Central Park.  He circled the Ramble.  It's got dates and times written all over it.  All the times are approximately the same.

Stabler
(pointing to a spot on the map)
That date and time.  That Fitzgerald rape.

Benson
You got it.
(pointing at another spot on the map)
Look.  All the other dates and times are all prior to the rape.  Well, I'm guessing she was there and he was stalking her.
(hands it to one of the technicians)
Thank you.

Munch
(walking down the stairs)
Chains and sluts, whips and spikes, whores on the rack.  This stuff makes de Sade read like Beatrix Potter.

Stabler
Fits his need to control.

Munch
You know, I should have Forensics into my house once a week just to clean up.

Cassidy
(walking down the stairs)
I went through all of his closets.  A lot of hanger, a few clothes.

Stabler
I don't suppose you found a .44?  Or any evidence that he owns one?

Cassidy
Nada.

Benson
Just found a picture of Louise Billings, the date rape vic, in his freezer.  No food in the fridge.

Stabler
White
knew we'd be here eventually.  Practically dared us to bust him at the station.  He's gone.  He's gone for good.
 


 

(Cut to the squad room at night — Benson is typing something in her computer; Munch walks in)

Munch
I got a list of all the White-Phillips foreclosures that are still empty.  We got uniforms looking at them now.

Benson
Maybe he'll turn up.

Munch
That's the idea.  Hey, Benson.

Benson
Yeah?

Munch
I hear you may be in this guy's sights the way you squared off in the interrogation room.

Benson
Oh, he's just trying to mess with my head.  It's nothing to worry about.

Munch
Yeah, well... everyone at SVU has got your back.

Benson
Thanks, John.

Munch
Need a lift home?

Benson
I'm just waiting for Elliot to get back from Forensics.

Munch
It's just as well.  I didn't bring my car.

(Benson laughs, Munch pats her on the back and walks out)

Stabler
(entering the squad room, passes Munch)
Hey, John.  Electrostatic detection apparatus report.

Benson
What the hell does that mean?

Stabler
(opening the file)
ESDA.  I never knew what it stood for either.  It pulled up all the writing off the pad we found at White's.  It didn't give us a hell of a lot, though.

Benson
Well, what's it got?

Stabler
A list of places.  Gym, laundry, pharmacy, grocery store.  I called them all to see if Fitzgerald used any of them.  She didn't.
(his face is grim and he looks at Benson)

(Benson sees the look on his face and has a worried look on hers)

Stabler
(hands Benson the file)
This is your gym, your laundry, your grocery store.
 


 

(Cut to the next morning, Benson is in her apartment pouring herself a glass of orange juice when she hears someone knocking on her door)

Benson
(goes to the door and looks through the peephole)
Who is it?

Stabler
Elliot.

(Benson opens the door)

Stabler
Hey, one of your neighbors let me in.  I was in the neighborhood.  Thought I'd give you a lift.

Benson
Elliot, what's going on?  Last night Munch offered to give me a lift home.

Stabler
Munch did that?

Benson
Yeah.  That's not like him, is it?  And then this morning you're offering to drive me to work.  “In the neighborhood”?

Stabler
I was.

Benson
Uh-huh.  You have a sedan with you?

Stabler
Yep.

Benson
Which means that you drove all the way uptown from the Queensboro Bridge, dropped off the car, picked up the sedan, turned around, all the way back downtown to get here.  That's a lot of neighborhood, my friend.

Stabler
(walks inside Benson's apartment)
Stop acting like a cop.

Benson
(closes the door behind Stabler)
Mm-hmm.  That's what Richard White would like me to do.  Look, I appreciate everyone's concern.  But we don't know that White's coming for me.  He may have gone out of town.

Stabler
Okay.

Benson
I sure as hell wouldn't drive to Queens to save your ass.

Stabler
Yeah, you would.

Benson
Well, maybe, but that's only because you have a wife and kids.

Stabler
Yeah.

Benson
Yeah.

Stabler
(answering his phone)
Stabler... We'll be right there.
(hangs up his phone)
 
 

APARTMENT OF LOUISE BILLINGS
121 WEST 74TH STREET
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16

 

Lopez
Lopez, Homicide.

Benson
Benson, Stabler.  What happened?

Lopez
Neighbor heard shots fired, called it in an hour ago.  We found one of your cards here.  We thought you might want to know.

Stabler
Where is she?

Lopez
The bedroom.
(leading Benson and Stabler into Louise Billings' bedroom)
This was cold.  Ugly.  You know anything about who might be involved?

Stabler
Right now, your guess is as good as ours.  You recover any spent rounds?

Lopez
Not yet.  Casings from a .44.

Stabler
When you take the casings and the rounds — when you find them — to Forensics, check to see if they came from the same gun that did Karen Fitzgerald in the Ramble.

Lopez
You got a perp in mind?

Benson
Richard White.  He raped her a few months back.

Lopez
We're waiting for an M.E., but it doesn't look like she was raped this time.

Stabler
You mind if we talk to your witness?

Lopez
(leads them out of the room)
This way.

(shot of the witness in the living room surrounded by cops)

Benson
Mr. Cummings, I'm Detective Benson.  This is my partner, Detective Stabler.  What did you do after you heard the shots?

Mr. Cummings
Uh, nothing at first.  You know the way you read in the papers, “It sounded like firecrackers”?  It sounded like firecrackers.  I was about to go back to bed.

Benson
But you didn't?

Mr. Cummings
No.  After the shooting, I heard the man's voice say, “bitch.”  These walls are paper thin.  So I went to my front door and I looked through the peep hole.

Stabler
What did you see?

Mr. Cummings
Stocky guy, 40's maybe.  Headed for the stairs.

Stabler
You saw his face?

Mr. Cummings
Yeah.  He turned and looked directly at my door like he could see right through it.

(Stabler holds up a set of mug shots — Mr. Cummings points to Richard White's picture)

Mr. Cummings
That's him.  Only...

Benson
Only what?

Mr. Cummings
Well, he don't look so nuts in the picture.

Benson
Okay, thank you very much.

Stabler
Thank you.
(turns to Lopez)
When you're through here, give SVU a call.  We'll give you what we've got on White.

Lopez
Got an extra photo?

Stabler
(hands him the set of mug shots)
Plenty to go around.

Benson
(walking out of the apartment)
We should have seen it coming.  White had a picture of her in the freezer.  He wasn't waiting to thaw it out for dinner.  He was fixed on her.

Stabler
We're not seers.

Benson
We could've offered her protection.  Isn't that our job, protecting?  Serving?

Stabler
You know, if there were eight million of us, we could protect everyone in the city.  Then everyone would be able to sleep at night.

Benson
Are you going to sleep tonight, Elliot?  Or are you going to think about her?
 


 

(cut to the detectives in the squad room)

Cragen
There are uniforms.  There is Homicide out there looking for White.  So let's think about cooperation for a change.  Alright?  I mean total cooperation.  We don't need the glory — we need White off the streets.  Jeffries, Briscoe.

Briscoe
Yeah?

Cragen
Get some uniforms, re-check those empty foreclosures.  There's a list at the sergeant's desk.  Munch, Cassidy.

Cassidy
Yo.

Cragen
I want you to help throw up a wall around Phillips, alright?  And then keep at her.  Maybe there's some friend of White's, or some enemy, that she's forgotten.  If she gives you anything, you leave people with her.  Alright?
(turns to Benson and gestures for her to follow him)
Benson, you got a second?

Benson
What?

Cragen
I don't want you out there today.

Benson
I need to be out there.

Cragen
No, come on.  You've really pissed this guy off.  He's focused on you.  If he is still in the city, you could be next on his to do list.

Benson
And I need to watch my partner's back.

Cragen
We'll get him someone else.

Benson
Captain, when I first came on board here, you told me that I don't get to pick the vic.  So what if I'm the next potential vic?  The same rule should still apply.  Let me do my job.

Cragen
I want you back here safe tonight.

Benson
(nods)
Okay.

Cragen
(turns to the other detectives)
Alright, everybody.  Let's move out.  Come on, let's go.

(The detectives start walking towards the door when a flower boy walks in carrying a large bouquet of red roses)

Flower Boy
Is there an Olivia Benson here?

Benson
I'm Benson.

Flower Boy
Two dozen roses.  Your boyfriend must really love you.

(Benson takes the card out from the bouquet, looks at it and hands it to Stabler)

Stabler
(reading the card)
“No hard feelings.”

Benson
(turns to the Flower Boy)
Where do you work?
 


 

(Cut to the detectives in the flower shop)

Owner
Oh, here we go.  Charged the credit card of Lila White.

Benson
Lila White?
(taking the receipt)
Are you sure?

Owner
Yeah.  Credit card went through.  It was a platinum card.  Those bastards take a hunk out of my profits.

Stabler
You got an address on this?

Owner
Sure.
 
 

HOME OF LILA WHITE
RIVERDALE, NEW JERSEY
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16

 

Benson
Mrs. White, what time did your son get here?

Lila White
Around 9 a.m.  He looked disheveled, harried.  He also wanted to borrow some money.  That's generally when I see him — when he wants to borrow money.  He's a taker.

Stabler
Did he say why he needed it?

Lila White
I assumed because he had none.  Richard's never been good with money.  He learned from his father.

Benson
Is his father here?

Lila White
He's dead.

Benson
I'm sorry.

Lila White
I'm not.  Richard uses his father's death to use me.  To play on guilt he thinks I feel because his father killed himself.

Stabler
When did that happen?

Lila White
Five years ago last week.  His father was a taker, too.  Like I've been telling him since he was a little boy.

Benson
Told him what?

Lila White
I thought he needed to know how the world worked.  That he needed to grab control, take things for himself.

Benson
And yet, you still give him money.

Lila White
Well, he is my son, after all.

Stabler
Did your son say where he was going when he left?

Lila White
Back to Manhattan.  He was going to look up some special lady friend.  A policewoman.  I told him he should drop her before she started taking from him — no offense.  But I understand that you people don't make any real money.  And for that... you get to deal with filth all day.

Stabler
All shapes and sizes.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler pulling up in front of Benson's apartment building)

Stabler
I'll walk you in.

Benson
I know how to protect myself.  I'm not a civilian.

Stabler
You're not a superhero, either.

Benson
Elliot, if I let White change my life in any way, he wins.  I'm not going to let him win.

Stabler
This isn't about winning.

Benson
Yeah, it is.

Stabler
Blink your lights when you get inside.

Benson
You're just going to sit here all night until I do, aren't you.  You stubborn son-of-a-bitch.

Stabler
(smiles)
Yes, I am.

(Benson laughs and gets out of the car)

Stabler
See you tomorrow.

(Benson looks back and smiles at him before crossing the street to her building)
 


 

(Cut to Benson in bed, sleeping.  The phone rings and she gasps and sits up, breathing heavily)

Benson
Oh God.
(reaches over and answers the phone)
Benson.

White
Hi, Olivia.

Benson
Where are you?

White
I want to see you, talk to you.  I know you want to see me.  You've been trying all day.  Let's meet.

Benson
Where?

White
Somewhere you'll feel safe.

Benson
The station house.

White
(chuckles)
Funny.  Make it the Ramble.  A bench that brings back fond memories.  You know the one.  7 a.m.

Benson
Don't be late.

White
Olivia, I'm not a fool.  If I see one cop, we'll never consummate our relationship.

(Benson hangs up the phone)
 


 

(Cut to the Ramble; Benson is sitting on the bench, nervously looking around.  She sees a figure pushing a cart in the distance, but as the man walks closer she sees that the man is homeless and definitely isn't Richard White.  The man waves at her and smiles and she smiles back.  She turns back to the path and sees a woman jogging and a man holding her from behind.  The woman screams as she passes Benson)

White
(yells)
Run, bitch!
(turns toward Benson and holds a knife up to her neck)

(a bunch of cops emerge from behind some trees and point their guns at Richard White)

Stabler
(pointing his gun at White and yelling)
Drop it, freak, now!  Drop it!

Cragen
On the ground, White, get down!

(Cragen kicks the back of White's legs, forcing him down to the ground)

Benson
Just turn over and shut up!
(Benson steps over White and cuffs him)

White
You lying, coward bitch!
 


 

(Cut to the detectives looking through the two-way mirror at White sitting in the interrogation room)

Benson
He wants to confess.

Stabler
Alright, let's do it.
(starts to walk towards the door)

Benson
(stops him — keeping her voice low)
No.  He wants to play my reactions while he's doing it.

Stabler
He'll get off on that.

Cragen
Which is good.  He'll be thinking with the wrong head, give you the advantage.

(Benson nods and turns towards the door; Stabler stops her)

Stabler
Okay.  Hey.  The gun.  He's gotta cop to using the gun.

Benson
Got it.
(Walks into the interrogation room and closes the door behind her)

White
Olivia, I was wondering.  I thought you stood me up.

Benson
Of course not.  I just had a few things I had to take care of.

White
Makeup, hair?  You look nice.

Benson
Thank you.  So, you wanted to talk.

White
Yes.  I was wondering though, how's your mother?

Benson
Fine.  How's yours?

White
You met her.  The classic refrigerator mother.  About your mother, though, Serena, isn't it?  Is she still carrying around all those scars from that rape?  Is she still having nightmares?

Benson
Let's talk about Karen Fitzgerald.

White
One-track mind.  Compulsive.  Good for you.

Benson
Yeah, how'd it happen?

White
We had a history, you know.  So did you, I hear.

Benson
Yeah, I knew her.  She was smart, competent.

White
Not really.  Not like you.  She liked to read in the Ramble.  Same time, same day, every week.

Benson
That must have made it easy for you.

White
Too easy.

Benson
Too easy?  Then why stalk her?

White
Stalk?  That's sort of purple, isn't it?  I mean, we both happened to go to a place we thought was safe, picturesque.  Filled with bird watchers and “moes.”  Relaxing.  Do you relax?  I mean, seeing what you see every day, knowing how the world is, how bizarre and ugly it is?

Benson
Yeah, I relax.

White
Bath?  Chanting?  Yoga?  So, she didn't hear me sneak up behind her.  She struggled a bit.  It's hard to do when somebody's squeezing your trachea.  It sounds a bit like... styrofoam peanuts crunching.

Benson
That's very descriptive.

White
Thank you.  In the clearing, I picked up a rock, I showed it to her, hit her with it.  She yelped.  She didn't scream.  She yelped like a whipped dog.  I made her crawl to me and ask me for my forgiveness for what she did to me.

Benson
What did she do to you again?

White
In court she embarrassed me.

Benson
Oh, right.

White
She made a gurgling sound.  I took that for an apology.  I accepted.  Then I took her.  I think she liked it.  What do you think?

Benson
It doesn't matter what I think.

White
It does to me.  You're still listening, so there must be something you're enjoying about my story.  Maybe something's lacking?  I know... You want me to say I killed her.  You need that detail to kill me.

Benson
Did you kill her?

White
I had a knife... and I cut her.  And I watched her blood seep into the ground taking her life with it.

(Benson looks disappointed)

(shot of Stabler and Cragen watching through the two-way mirror)

Stabler
He'll never say he used a gun.

Cragen
He gets that detail wrong, he could duck the death penalty.  He probably tossed it in the Hudson.

(back in the interrogation room)

White
You look disappointed, Olivia.  What's the matter?  Cat got your tongue?

Benson
Just — uh —
(pulls a chair close to White and sits down)
tell me once more, how'd you kill her?

White
(chuckles)
Thrill seeker.  No.  I'm through.  Do what you can with what you got.  I don't think you can kill me with it.  Pity.
(leans in close to Benson)
I'm fixed on you.  And until I'm dead, I'll always be in your head.  Just like your mother has somebody in her head.  We're joined at the hip now, aren't we?
(turns to the two-way mirror)
Detective Stabler, how are Kathy and the kids?

(The show ends with a shot of Stabler looking really upset; scene fades)
 

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New York Unité Spéciale, S20E20 (inédit)
Mercredi 16 octobre à 22:50

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New York Unité Spéciale, S21E04 (inédit)
Jeudi 17 octobre à 22:00

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New York Unité Spéciale, S20E16 (inédit)
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New York Unité Spéciale, S21E05 (inédit)
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New York Unité Spéciale, S20E09 (inédit)
Mercredi 30 octobre à 22:50

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New York Unité Spéciale, S21E06 (inédit)
Jeudi 31 octobre à 22:00

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S21E07 (inédit)
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Law & Order : Special Victims Unit, S21E03 (inédit)
Jeudi 10 octobre à 22:00
3.33m / 0.6% (18-49)

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Law & Order : Special Victims Unit, S21E02 (inédit)
Jeudi 3 octobre à 22:00
3.44m / 0.7% (18-49)

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Law & Order : Special Victims Unit, S21E01 (inédit)
Jeudi 26 septembre à 22:00
3.84m / 0.7% (18-49)

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Diffusion US de l'épisode 21.02

Diffusion US de l'épisode 21.02
Ce soir, NBC continue la diffusion de la Saison 21 de "New-York Unité Spécial" avec l'épisode...

Diffusion FR du Mercredi 02/10/2019

Diffusion FR du Mercredi 02/10/2019
Ce soir, TF1 continue la diffusion de la Saison 20 de "New-York Unité Spécial" avec un épisode...

Diffusion US de l'épisode 21.01

Diffusion US de l'épisode 21.01
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