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#122 : Un Psy chez les flics

1ère diffusion aux USA : 19 Mai 2000

1ère diffusion en France :

Réalisateur : Ted Kotcheff

Scénaristes : Lisa Marie Petersen & Dawn DeNoon

Synopsis: Deux fois par an, les inspecteurs de l'USV doivent passer devant un psychologue. Un homme fait irruption pendant leur premier entretien. Il leur signale un crime sexuel: une immigrée roumaine s'est adressée à lui dans la rue. Il semblerait qu'elle soit retenue contre son gré par son patron qui abuse d'elle.

 

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(Scene opens with Cragen walking into the squad room — #151; the detectives are all there talking with each other)

Cragen
Alright, people, listen up.  One Police Plaza's latest directive — bi-yearly psychological evaluations.

Munch
Bi-yearly for bi-polars.

Cragen
Toward this illustrious goal, they have picked one of the highest stress units as the lucky guinea pig for this pilot program.

Jeffries
Not us?

Cragen
Us.
(distributing folders to each of the detectives)
So, if you would please fill out this multiple-choice form, you will be receiving your appointment times from our resident psychologist.  Any questions?

Munch
Will this go on our permanent record?

Cragen
Everything will be confidential, John.

Stabler
Yeah, but at the risk of sounding like John, what is their angle with this thing?  I mean, can you flunk it?  And if so, then what happens?

Cragen
I really don't know.

(Munch and Jeffries give each other questioning looks)

Benson
Okay, so — uh... Who goes first?

Cragen
I do.  Blind leading the blind.

Munch
(walking out with Jeffries)
What do you want to bet they just slapped a new cover on the old Minnesota Multiphasic?

Stabler
Do you believe this?

Benson
Shrinks get shrunk.  Maybe we could use a little.

(A man sighs and Benson and Stabler look over at him)

Benson
Hi.  Can I help you?

Mircha Gabrea
(with heavy Romanian accent)
Yes.  They tell me to report sex crime here.

Benson
Okay.  Why don't you come have a seat right here?
(points to the chair at her desk)

(Mr. Gabrea sits down)

Benson
Okay, we're listening.

Mircha Gabrea
I have a fruit stand on Lex and 78th Street.  Out of nowhere, two boys run up, grab bananas and take off.

Benson
(looks at Stabler)
That sounds like a robbery.

Mircha Gabrea
No, no, no.  You see, when I'm angry, I curse in my native tongue.

Stabler
Which is what, Hungarian, Romanian?

Mircha Gabrea
Romanian.  And then this woman grabs me and begs me to help her.  Also in Romanian.

Benson
What was wrong?

Mircha Gabrea
A man — she's trapped in a situation she cannot escape from.  It does not translate well, but there is abuse.

Benson
Physical or sexual?

Mircha Gabrea
I think both.

Stabler
What's her name?

Mircha Gabrea
She does not tell me that.

Stabler
You know where she lives?

Mircha Gabrea
She does not tell me that either.
(reaches into his coat pocket and pulls out a piece of paper, which he hands to Benson)
She hands me this.

Benson
(reading the paper)
Constanta Condrescu.

Mircha Gabrea
She says, “Tell her she was right... I need help.”  And then she takes off.

Stabler
What time did all this happen?

Mircha Gabrea
Three days ago.

(Benson and Stabler both look at Gabrea and then at each other; scene fades)
 

Opening Credits
 

(Scene opens with Mircha Gabrea describing the girl to a sketch artist)

Mircha Gabrea
Big, big brown eyes.

Jeffries
(hands Gabrea a cup of coffee)
Here you go.

Mircha Gabrea
Thank you.  Thank you very much.

Cragen
Okay, let me see if I got this straight.  Some girl is being sexually abused by some guy somewhere in Manhattan.

Stabler
Something like that.

Cragen
Mm-hmm.  Well, do we at least have a description?

Benson
Yes, we have the sketch artist working with the fruit vendor right now.

Cragen
Well, what's your take on this guy?

Stabler
Name is Mircha Gabrea.  Guy seems lucid enough.  Came to the States a few years back.  He's a fruit vendor.  Never been in trouble.

Benson
The only reason that he came in at all was to shut his wife up.  Apparently, he let the story slip and the wife wouldn't lay off until he did something about it.

Cragen
Look... Okay, assuming he's on the up-and-up, how do we know that the girl is?

Benson
Thousands of women are abused every day by their lesser halves and never say a word about it.  I mean, we have to at least check it out.

Munch
What if Woodward and Bernstein had blown off “Deep Throat” as a prank phone call?

Cragen
Well, prank call or not, it's three days cold now.
 
 

APARTMENT OF CONSTANTA CONDRESCU
207 WEST 95TH STREET
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22

 

(close-up of a drawing of the girl)

Constanta Condrescu
Sorry, I don't recognize her.

Stabler
Constanta Condrescu is not a very common name.  What do you think the odds are that this girl would pull that name out of thin air?

Constanta Condrescu
(getting up to pour herself a cup of tea)
She's my niece.  We're not close.

Benson
Well, are you close enough to know her name?

Constanta Condrescu
Ilena.  Ilena Condrescu.

Stabler
Why did you lie to us about knowing her?

Constanta Condrescu
Where I come from, the less you tell police the better.

Benson
Well, where you come from, she's not in trouble, but she may be in trouble here.  And if she is, we'd like to help her.  Now, Ms. Condrescu...
picks up a picture off a table and shows it to Constanta)
Is this your niece?

Constanta Condrescu
Yes.

Benson
Okay.  Do you mind if I borrow this?

Constanta Condrescu
Go ahead.  It's of no use.

Stabler
She reached out to you.  You must know where she is or who she's with.

Constanta Condrescu
I don't.  I haven't seen her in three years — since she first came here.

Stabler
And how did she get here?

Constanta Condrescu
On a student visa.

Stabler
Which school?

Constanta Condrescu
NYU.  That's when we went our separate ways.  I'm sorry, but my shift starts soon.

Benson
Okay — uh — look, I'm going to give you my card.
(Benson takes a card out of her pocket and hands her the card)
If there's anything that you think of that may help us find her, please, give us a call.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler walking out of the Constanta Condrescu's building)

Benson
We should have pressed her harder.  That woman is definitely holding something back.

Stabler
Well, we're not the Romanian Secret Police.  At least we got a name and a photo out of it.
(Talking on the phone)
Hey — it's Detective Stabler.  I want you to run a database check on an Ilena — I-L-E-N-A Condrescu.  No, C-O — Condrescu.  Yeah, and if you don't get a hit, check NYU.  Thanks.
(hangs up the phone)
Unless she flunked out or quit that's where she should be.

Benson
(dialing her phone)
I'm going to get Munch on it.
 


 

(Cut to Munch and Jeffries at the admissions office of NYU)

NYU Admissions Director
(looking at a computer)
No, she never showed up.

Munch
Does it mention why?

NYU Admissions Director
No.

Munch
Does it mention why somewhere?  Maybe in here application files?

NYU Admissions Director
(rolls her eyes, clearly annoyed with Munch)
Do you know how many tens of thousands of students apply to this university each year?
(walks over and points at a seemingly endless  row of filing cabinets)
These are all student files.
 


 
(Cut to Cragen's office — Audrey Jackson is closing the blinds to give them some privacy)

Cragen
So... this is what it feels like.

Audrey Jackson
What does?

Cragen
To be the suspect.

(Audrey looks at Cragen and smiles)

Cragen
Just kidding... Sort of.

Audrey Jackson
Sit down.  Relax.

Cragen
Yeah, right.

Audrey Jackson
(taking a seat across from Cragen)
What, you can't relax?

Cragen
Uh — I golf a little.

Audrey Jackson
A little?  What's your handicap?

Cragen
I don't know, 12, 14.

Audrey Jackson
Must be difficult to get out to a course.

Cragen
Well, it's a commitment, but I get out.

Audrey Jackson
So, what else do you do for fun?

Cragen
What do you mean “for fun”?

Audrey Jackson
Tell me what you do to relax.  Go jogging?

Cragen
(scoffs)

Audrey Jackson
Racquetball?  Walk?

Cragen
Audrey, it's New York.  Everybody walks.

Audrey Jackson
Don, come on, you see it every day.  Rape, murder, torture.  It's as sure as your morning cup of coffee.  And on top of that, you've got responsibilities of command.

Cragen
I'm sorry, is that a question?

Audrey Jackson
How well do you think you handle the stress?

Cragen
I handle it.

Audrey Jackson
Alright, how do you handle it?

Cragen
This is ridiculous.  Why don't you just come right out and ask me?

Audrey Jackson
Ask you...?

Cragen
(getting annoyed and upset)
The question you've been tap-dancing around.  Do I get the urge to drink?!  See, that's the problem with you people.  You ask about golfing, or jogging or whether a person was breast-fed or not — everything else under the sun.  Why don't you just come right out and ask me about my alcoholism?!  That's what this has all been about, hasn't it?

Audrey Jackson
Do you want to talk about it?

Cragen
No, I don't... but I will.
(getting emotional)
Yes.  I get the urge to drink... every day.  I see horrific acts of degradation, of brutality, of human evil.  They make me angry.  They make me sick.  They get inside my head and I want to shut them up.  I know if I crawl inside of a bottle, they will stop.

Audrey Jackson
(looking down at her notes)
Do you think you will?

(Audrey looks up to see Cragen walking out of his office)

Cragen
Ask me tomorrow.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler showing people Ilena Condrescu's picture)

Benson
Sir, have you ever seen this woman before?
(the guy looks at the picture and shakes his head)

Stabler
(walks over to a balloon vendor)
Excuse me.

Balloon Vendor
What can I make you, pal?
(gives a kid a balloon, then turns to Stabler)
You look like a wiener dog guy.

Stabler
You don't know how wrong you are.
(shows the guy the picture of Ilena)
Have you ever seen this woman before?

Balloon Vendor
Yeah, I seen her all the time.

Stabler
Take a look, you positive?

Balloon Vendor
Yeah.  Cute accent.  Russian, Czech, something like that.

Stabler
Do you know who she is?

Balloon Vendor
Alls I know is, I made her a green ladybug.  Had her pegged as a red poodle type.  Go figure.

Stabler
(waves Benson over)
Hey, balloon guy says he knows our girl.

Benson
Sir.
(walks over and taps the balloon vendor on the shoulder)

Balloon Vendor
Yeah?

Benson
Excuse me.
(showing him the picture of Ilena)
Uh, you're sure that it was her?

Balloon Vendor
I never forget a paying customer.  Except she's dropped a few pounds since that picture.

Benson
Yeah?  You ever seen her with anyone?

Balloon Vendor
(blowing up a balloon)
Make you a giraffe — on the house.

Benson
Yeah... sir.  Have you ever seen her with anyone?

Balloon Vendor
Of course, a little girl.  Eight or nine, excuse me.
(walks past the detectives)
Hey, here we go, kid.

Stabler
Take another look.

Benson
This woman is 21 years old.  She couldn't possibly have an eight or nine-year-old.

Balloon Vendor
Not her own!  American!  Hey, you're in the heart of nanny central here.  Ka-ching — ah, you're a tough crowd.
(turns to a kid standing behind him)

Stabler
When was the last time you saw her?

Balloon Vendor
Yesterday.
 


 

(Cut to the detectives talking with Cragen in the squad room)

Cragen
Yesterday?!

Benson
Yes.  And he even remembered her accent.

Stabler
He also remembered her being serene.  She didn't strike him as being under the least bit of stress.

Cragen
So, three days ago she's slipping some fruit vendor an SOS.  And then a couple of days later, she's just strolling happily through the park with a kid.

Jeffries
So what, case closed?

Cragen
No!  No, it is not closed.  Four of my top detectives just wasted an entire day on a wild goose chase.  That's 32 combined man hours.  I want this girl in here explaining herself.

Stabler
(hanging up the phone)
Homicide just caught a dump job off the Henry Hudson.
(looks at Benson)
Your card was in the victim's pocket.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler at the crime scene)

Hernandez
The body was rolled up in a rug and dumped off the side of the parkway.

Benson
When?

Hernandez
The body, the rug, both are in great shape — minimum exposure to the elements.

Benson
So today?

Hernandez
Today, or probably some time last night.

Stabler
Any witnesses?

Hernandez
None that stopped.

Benson
Of course, no one would notice a body being hefted over the railing.

Hernandez
People dump stuff all the time.

Stabler
Who found her?

Hernandez
A fisherman.  Thought he found a nice little present for the wife.
(looks down at the body)
So, is this her?

(camera zooms in on the victim's face)

Benson
Yeah, that's her.  Constanta Condrescu.

Stabler
Something tells me she found a way to contact Ilena.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler following the M.E. into the morgue where the body of Constanta Condrescu is laying on a slab)

Dr. Taylor
She was already dead when she hit the rug.  No fibers were inhaled.

Benson
So, what killed her?

Dr. Taylor
Well, something stopped her heart — instantaneously.  What that something was, only toxicology will tell.

Benson
You got a time of death?

Dr. Taylor
Between 4 and 6 p.m.

Stabler
We left her at 4.

Dr. Taylor
Now, only an injection directly into the bloodstream would cause an attack this acute without affecting other organs.  The thing is, I cannot for the life of me find a puncture wound.

Stabler
You check the white-collar junkies' hiding places?

Dr. Taylor
Nothing between the toes, behind the knees, or in the genitals.

Benson
What about under the tongue?

Dr. Taylor
For an accidental OD, that would make sense, but...
(forces the victim's mouth open and shines a light inside)
it would be very difficult, if not impossible for a killer to... Hmm.
 


 

(Cut to the detectives talking with Cragen in the squad room)

Cragen
How did the killer inject her under the tongue without any signs of a struggle?

Stabler
He had to have sedated her.

Cragen
Yeah, but it still doesn't play.  She hears that her niece is in trouble, beelines to this guy and then has a friendly, albeit spiked, drink with him?

Stabler
Well, I guess so, because two hours after we gave her this message, she's dead.

Benson
We should have pressed her harder.

Munch
I took the liberty of contacting Interpol.  The victim's brother — Ilena's father — was also murdered back in Romania.

Cragen
When?

Munch
'89, during the Ceausescu regime.

Stabler
Well, that's an awful big gap for a connection, don't you think?

Munch
Not when you consider the timing.  People assume that the good guys overthrew Ceaucescu.  But it was “Hello new boss, same as the old boss?” Big time.

Jeffries
Maybe the Condrescu family knew where the bodies were buried.

Munch
Trust me, whatever happened to these two women started there.  All roads lead to Romania.

Cragen
Well, that may be so, John, but what do you say we say we start in Murray Hill.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler looking for evidence in Constanta Condrescu's apartment)

Benson
(picking up a teacup)
Look at this, she didn't even finish her tea.

Stabler
I don't think she was killed here, but let's bag it up before we leave.
(walks into another room)
Got an address book.  It's open to the “C's!”

Benson
Please, tell me we have an address for Ilena Condrescu.

Stabler
No, but the page where it would fall alphabetically is missing.

Benson
(sighs)
Okay.  So, let's keep looking.

Jeffries
(calls from another room)
You guys in here?

Stabler
No!

Munch
(walks in)
Canvass of the first floor was a colossal wash.

Jeffries
Yeah, not many people home.  Lady in 1D, though, vaguely remembers the victim.  She never saw the niece.

Benson
(hands Munch a shoebox full of papers)
Maybe you'll have better luck with her work.  We'll take it from here.

Munch
(thumbing through the papers)
Cafeé Prahova.  Soviet bloc ex-patriots plotting coup d'etats over bowls of goulash?

Jeffries
My partner.
 


 

(Cut to Jeffries questioning Constanta's friend in a restaurant)

Constanta's Friend
No, her niece never came to the restaurant.

Jeffries
Had they been in contact at all?

Constanta's Friend
No.  There had been a big fight when Ilena first got here.

Jeffries
About?

Constanta's Friend
How she got here.  Constanta was saving to help her come to school, but it was going to take another year.  Out of the blue, Ilena shows up.

Jeffries
Really?  How did she manage that?

Constanta's Friend
She met an American businessman at a discotheque in Bucharest.  She told him her story and he offered to help.

Jeffries
I assume there was a catch?

Constanta's Friend
Well, so did Constanta.  She yelled at Ilena for being so naïve.  She said, “Of course there would be a catch.”  Ilena started crying, said the ticket didn't cost him anything, it was frequent flyer, and that he knew of a part-time job.  She said he was just a nice man.

Jeffries
Do you know what this man's name was?

Constanta's Friend
No.  Just that he was American.

Jeffries
Do you think that's where Ilena went?

Constanta's Friend
Constanta assumed so.  She tried to contact the man who gave her the ticket, but he said he'd never heard from her.  She tried back a few more times, but nothing.  Finally, she gave up.

Jeffries
Thanks.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Audrey Jackson in Cragen's office)

Audrey Jackson
Now, you requested to be assigned to SVU.

(Benson nods)

Audrey Jackson
Why don't you tell me about that?

Benson
Uh — that question on your form, “Has anybody in your family ever been the victim of a rape?”   I — uh — I checked yes.  I'm actually the child of a rape.

Audrey Jackson
How do you think that affects you on your job?

Benson
I'm walking a tightrope.  I got too close to a case once.  Um — A Serbian rapist was killed by his victims... and
(sighs)
I got my ass in a sling over it.

Audrey Jackson
But has it ever interfered with your ability to remain objective?

Benson
(shakes her head)
No.

Audrey Jackson
You had occasion to use deadly force a few months ago.

Benson
(becomes defensive)
My partner was about to be shot.  It was a reflex.  That's what we're trained to do.

Audrey Jackson
Okay... Say you couldn't be a sex crimes detective anymore, what would you be?

(Benson, speechless, starts to tear up)
 


 

(Cut to Stabler waiting for Benson and Benson getting off the elevator to meet him)

Benson
Hey, sorry I'm late.

Stabler
How did it go?

Benson
Cake walk.

(Benson and Stabler walk into a room where a lab technician is removing fibers from a rug)

Benson
What do you got?

Lab Technician
It's a Persian Kashan.  A more expensive rug than you'd normally find in dump jobs.

Benson
Yeah?  How much?

Lab Technician
Runs around $5,000.

Stabler
Oh!  A perp with serious money, huh?

Benson
Or he killed her in a carpet store.

Stabler
(chuckles)
You pull anything out of it?

Lab Technician
Your standard particles of dirt, cotton, nylon fibers -

Benson
Anything place or person specific?

Lab Technician
A human hair.  Root intact.

Stabler
Victim's.

Lab Technician
No, definitely not.

Benson
(looking at the hair sample)
No proof it's the doer's.

Stabler
No, but I'd sure like a suspect to compare it to.
 
 

AIR BUCHAREST EXECUTIVE OFFICES
248 EAST 54TH STREET
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23

 

Jeffries
Ilena Condrescu.

Munch
Someone gave her a free ticket — frequent flyer.

Reservations Agent
I'm sorry, when did she fly?

Jeffries
August of '97.

Reservations Agent
You've got to be kidding me.

(phone ringing)

Munch
(points to the phone)
And don't answer that phone.  Anyone who calls an airline sits on hold 20 minutes, minimum, while being subjected to a Clockwork Orangian repetitive loop on the benefits of your awards program.

Reservations Agent
(annoyed)
I believe that's your phone, sir.

Munch
(answers his phone)
Munch.

Jeffries
Out of Romania into JFK, maybe.

Munch
Someone gave Ilena a ticket to come here — someone her aunt warned her had ulterior motives.  We're trying to find out who.

Reservations Agent
(presses a key and looks at the computer screen)
Got it.

Munch
Got it.  And the frequent flyer is?

Reservations Agent
Randolph Morrow.

Munch
Randolph Morrow.  Hold for the address.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler knocking on the door of Morrow's building)

Ilena Condrescu
Hello?  Can I help you?

Benson
Ilena?  I'm Detective Benson, this is my partner, Detective Stabler.

Stabler
Ilena, it's okay.  We're here to help you.

Benson
Ilena, we got your message.

Ilena Condrescu
What message?

Benson
To your aunt.

Ilena Condrescu
(calmly)
I don't know what you're talking about.

Tamara Morrow
(runs upstairs and into Ilena's arms)
Who's here?
(smiles and waves at the detectives)
 


 

(Cut to inside the Morrow residence)

Ilena Condrescu
No!  Mr. and Mrs. Morrow have been very good to me.

Stabler
Where are the Morrows right now?

Ilena Condrescu
At work.  And dinner has to be ready before they get home.  Is there anything else?

Benson
Yes, there's a hell of a lot more.

Tamara Morrow
Ilena, come and play with me.

(Ilena motions for her to be quiet)

Benson
Ilena... Your aunt was murdered an hour after we informed her that you were in trouble.

Ilena Condrescu
(emotionless)
I don't know anything about it.  I've told you I never gave anyone a message like that!

Stabler
Why would someone make something like that up?

Ilena Condrescu
I don't know!

Stabler
Alright.  Regardless of who sent the message, we know your aunt came to see you.

Ilena Condrescu
I haven't seen her in three years.  Mr. Morrow really doesn't like dinner to be late.
(pleading)
Please.

Stabler
We're very sorry for your loss.

(Ilena starts to close the door)

Benson
Ilena.  You were supposed to start NYU three years ago.  Why didn't you?

(Ilena says nothing and slams the door)
 


 

(Cut to the detectives in the squad room talking with Cragen)

Benson
Oh, you should have seen her when we told her her aunt had been murdered.

Stabler
Nothing.  Not a blink.

Munch
Stepford nanny.

Benson
The only time she registered at all on the emotional chart was at the thought of dinner being late.

Audrey Jackson
(listening in on the conversation)
It's the Stockholm syndrome.
(the detectives all stop and look at her)

Cragen
Brainwashing?

(Audrey nods)

Munch
1973, four hostages were taken during a botched bank robbery attempt in Stockholm, Sweden.  When the SWAT team tried to rescue them, they actively resisted.

Audrey Jackson
After only six days of captivity.  And when they were finally rescued, they not only refused to testify against their captors, but they helped raise money for their legal defense.

Cragen
Are you saying we have another Patty Hearst on our hands?

Audrey Jackson
It doesn't take as much as you think to brainwash a person.  Isolation, threats of death, violence, and then random acts of kindness.  In as little as 72 hours, a person's psyche can be completely broken down.

Benson
Ilena's been there three years.

Cragen
Well, if that's what really happened to her, she's not gonna be of any help.  You gotta get back there and find out what's going on in that house.
 


 

(Cut to Audrey Jackson and Munch talking in Cragen's office)

Audrey Jackson
Do you have a girlfriend?

Munch
Do you?

Audrey Jackson
Well, have you dated at all since transferring to this unit?

Munch
Ah, now I see where you're going with this.  Does dealing with sexual deviants every day affect me?  The answer is no.  Just ask my blowup doll.

Audrey Jackson
Do you think that this job has had any effect on your sex life?

Munch
No, but I think I've pinpointed what has.  Believe it or not, I have serious intimacy issues.  I'm critical and negative.  I have an occasional bout of... let's see, melancholy?  I'm a lousy date, but a good cop.  So, I guess that just about covers everything.

Audrey Jackson
Uh, no.  Actually, we have 45 minutes.

Munch
So I suppose you want to hear a detailed account of my sexual history?  But how are we going to kill the remaining 44 minutes?

Audrey Jackson
Do you always deflect personal questions with jokes?

Munch
Do you always deflect jokes with personal questions?

Audrey Jackson
(getting annoyed)
Have you ever experienced any sexual dysfunction since taking this job?  And I'd appreciate a serious answer.

Munch
Once.

Audrey Jackson
Thank you.  When did that happen?

Munch
I'm not sure, but it was definitely within the last 10 minutes.  I'm sorry.  Look, I'm not good at talking about me.  You're the expert, why don't you talk about me?

Audrey Jackson
Okay.  You've been married multiple times.  Each wife was beautiful, spoiled, and not one of them matched you intellectually.  You distrust all women, any form of government, and you could smell conspiracy at a five-year-old's lemonade stand.

Munch
(amused)
Anything else?

Audrey Jackson
You've given up on relationships.  But you still believe in true love.  And the pain of never having found it is unbearable.

Munch
(serious)
Anything else?
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler questioning the Morrows' neighbors while they walk their dog)

Lindsay Haver
Good neighbors.  Decent, loving parents.

Benson
Has Ilena ever talked to you about the Morrows?

Lindsay Haver
Actually, we've never really had a conversation with her.  I guess it sounds awful.  She's been here a year.

Peter Haver
She's a very quiet girl.

Benson
You said she's been here just a year?

Lindsay Haver
Yeah, about.

Stabler
We heard she's been here three years.

Peter Haver
No, one at the most.  I'm sure.

Benson
What do you guys know about the Morrows?

Peter Haver
Well, she's a veterinarian.  Anyone who helps animals is all right in my book.

Stabler
And Mr. Morrow?

Peter Haver
A corporate type.  An investment banker, I think.
 


 

(Cut to Morrow sitting at his desk — he sees Benson and Stabler and welcomes them in)

Randolph Morrow
Sit.

(Benson sits in a chair across from Stabler)

Randolph Morrow
(points to where Stabler is sitting)
The couch is much more comfortable.

Benson
Oh, I'm fine.

Randolph Morrow
Ilena told me about her aunt.  It's tragic.  We didn't even know she had a relative here.  So, I don't know what help I can be.  We never met.

Stabler
You never met Ilena's aunt?

Randolph Morrow
No, sir.

Stabler
Oh, how did you meet Ilena?

Randolph Morrow
I was in Romania consulting on some privatization issues.  A nightmare.  Ilena wanted to come to the States, we needed a nanny.  If only all mergers were that easy.

Benson
She's been with you three years?

Randolph Morrow
Yeah, I guess it has been.  Listen, that chair is really so stiff.

(Morrow's assistant walks in with some refreshments)

Benson
Your neighbors said that they've only noticed Ilena this past year.

Randolph Morrow
My neighbors?  Well, this is New York.  I don't think I could tell you anything about any of my neighbors.

Benson
They're very observant.  And they're positive that Ilena's only been with you this past year.  So, can you explain that?

Randolph Morrow
(turns to his assistant)
Louise?

Louise
Yes, sir.

Randolph Morrow
What did we discuss about the blinds?

Louise
You like them drawn halfway during the afternoon.

Randolph Morrow
And what time is it now?

Louise
3:30, Mr. Morrow.

Randolph Morrow
Could you adjust them, please?

Louise
Yes, sir.

(Benson, seeing this exchange, looks at Stabler)

Randolph Morrow
Could you do that now, Louise?  Thank you.
(turns to the detectives)
I have an afternoon full of meetings.  Is there anything else?

Stabler
Yeah, one question.  Where were you Monday between 4 and 6 p.m.?

Randolph Morrow
(walks to his desk and checks his calendar)
I was in negotiations with four corporate lawyers.
(walks over to the door)
I thank you for your time.

Benson
(on her way out the door, looks over and plucks a hair from Morrow's coat)
You got something on your suit.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler walking out of the building)

Benson
The guy was a real sweetheart, right?

Stabler
That couch was comfortable.

(Benson laughs)

Stabler
And by the way, nice move with the hair plucking.

Benson
You enjoyed that?

Stabler
Yep.

Benson
We'll match it up with the one we found in the rug.

Stabler
(answers his phone) Stabler.  Good, what do you got?  What's that?  Thanks a lot.
(hangs up the phone)

Benson
What?

Stabler
Toxicology just came back.  Constanta was killed with Beuthanasia.  It's what they use to put animals to sleep.
 
 

MORROW VETERINARY CLINIC
260 EAST 76TH STREET
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24

 

Mrs. Morrow
(opens a cage and coaxes the dog out)
Come on, sweetie.

Benson
Mrs. Morrow, we understand that you work Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.  Where were you last Monday?

Mrs. Morrow
Home.

Stabler
Did Ilena have any visitors that day?

Mrs. Morrow
No.
(gently sets the dog on a table)

Benson
Did your husband come home at any point?

Mrs. Morrow
No.  Barry, can I have some help here?

Barry
Sure, Dr. Morrow.

Stabler
How're things working out with Ilena?

Mrs. Morrow
Oh, it works.  We have a routine.
(nervously takes a pill from a bottle in the medicine cabinet)
Uh, my husband can explain it better.
(walks over to the dog)
Ooh, dropped it.
(walks back and picks up the pill off the floor)

Stabler
Do you and Ilena get along?

Mrs. Morrow
My husband selected her... to help me.  
(walks back to the dog) Barry.

Benson
How close is your husband to Ilena?

Mrs. Morrow
(gives the pill to the dog)
You should talk to my husband.

Orderly
Dr. Morrow, we have a hit and run.

Mrs. Morrow
(relieved at the chance to get away from the detectives)
Oh.  I should go.  Barry, can you?

Barry
Yeah.

(Mrs. Morrow walks out of the room)

Stabler
It's a very nice facility you have here.

Barry
Yup, we got our own O.R. and recovery rooms.

Benson
Pharmacy?

Barry
Yeah, it's just down the hall there.

Benson
Mmmm.  It's all computerized, I suppose, so the DEA can monitor you?

Barry
Well, the monitoring's not as stringent as it is with humans, of course.

Stabler
Not too many poodles become crackheads.

(Barry chuckles)

Stabler
How 'bout the vets?

Barry
(nervous)
Um, look, I really have to do a rectal, so...

Stabler
(steps aside)
Sure, by all means.  I'll tell you what, you give us a call if you think of anything else you want to tell us.
(hands Barry his card)

Barry
Sure.
 


 

(Cut to Audrey Jackson and Jeffries talking in Cragen's office)

Audrey Jackson
I see you were recently injured in the line of duty.  Why don't you tell me what happened.

Jeffries
Sure.  Uh — I was in a foot pursuit of a rape suspect, when the car he stepped into just blew to high heaven.

Audrey Jackson
Oh, so you were only a step or two to going with him?

(Jeffries nods her head)

Audrey Jackson
Well, sometimes after encountering a near death experience, an officer can get tentative.  Maybe just a split-second hesitation before pulling a weapon.

Jeffries
(shakes her head)
Nope, nope, nothing like that at all.

Audrey Jackson
No?

Jeffries
No.  Actually, I've never felt more confident.

Audrey Jackson
Oh, how so?

Jeffries
Well, I — you know — I always knew that this day might come and I always wondered what would happen.  Well, the day came and I walked away from it.  I mean, I — I feel alive, you know, clear — like three shots of espresso without the jitters, you know?

Audrey Jackson
Um, are you presently in a relationship?

Jeffries
Well, I had been in a long term relationship, but when I started working here, that pretty much ended.  So did dating in general, actually.  Um, I guess... I've been celibate ...uh, well, up until —
thinking)
hmm... — actually, up until the accident.

Audrey Jackson
So, you're dating again?

Jeffries
Mm-hmm, a lot.  I don't know, I guess the whole thing sort of made me realize how short life is.

Audrey Jackson
You've met a man?

Jeffries
Well, not a man — different men.  I mean — I don't know, I guess I kind of feel restless.
(Jeffries is about to say something, but stops)

Audrey Jackson
What is it?

Jeffries
Hmm?  Oh, nothing.

Audrey Jackson
No, you were going to say something.

Jeffries
No, no, it's nothing.  I — uh — Well, a few nights ago, I was at this bar, and there was this guy and he was watching me — staring at me.

Audrey Jackson
And?

Jeffries
And we started dancing.  And I thought I recognized him from someplace, but I couldn't place it.  Well, it's dark in the bar, so when we got outside under the streetlight, it finally hit me where I recognized this guy from.

Audrey Jackson
And who was he?

Jeffries
A guy I'd been watching a year earlier on a case.  We liked him for a suspect.

Audrey Jackson
What'd you do?

Jeffries
I went home with him.
 


 

(Cut to Munch walking into the squad room as Jeffries is walking out.)

Munch
Hey.  Hey, you alright?

Jeffries
Yeah, yeah, why wouldn't I be?

Munch
I don't know, the psych exam?  Dr. Giggles had me wanting to eat my gun.

Jeffries
No.  No, I'm fine.
(walks away)

Munch
Monique.

Barry
(walks up as Jeffries is leaving)
Excuse me.

Munch
Yeah, what?

Barry
I'm looking for detectives Benson or Stabler.

(Munch sighs and gestures for Barry to follow him into the squad room)
 


 

(Cut to Stabler and Benson talking with Barry in a room)

Stabler
So had the inventory been fudged?

Barry
Vets are under a lot of pressure, so when tranquilizers like Valium or Ketamine go missing, it's jus the nature of the business.

Benson
But?

Barry
Beuthanasia's another thing entirely.

Stabler
So, did Mrs. Morrow take some from the animal hospital?

Barry
Yeah.  A few months ago.  I couldn't figure out why.  I mean, the stuff's lethal.

Stabler
You sure it's Beuthanasia?

Barry
Yeah.  The stuff's bright pink.  There's no mistaking it.
 


 

(Cut to the detectives questioning Mrs. Morrow in the interrogation room)

Benson
You took a lethal drug home from work?

Stabler
The same lethal drug that killed Constanta.

Mrs. Morrow
That was for me.

Benson
Why?  Because your husband was having sex with Ilena right under your nose?

Mrs. Morrow
Sexuality is about reaching our limits and transcending them.

Stabler
So, did your husband transcend Ilena's aunt?  Is that what happened?  She confronted him, he killed her?

Mrs. Morrow
No.

Benson
We understand you want to protect your husband.

Mrs. Morrow
(slamming her hand down on the table)
That woman... showed up at the door, threatened him, threatened our routine.  I knew what I had to do.

Stabler
And what was that?

Mrs. Morrow
(calmly)
I calmed her down.  I gave her tea.

Stabler
You drugged her.

Benson
With an injection of Beuthanasia as a chaser?

(Mrs. Morrow smirks)

Stabler
Your idea or your husband's?

Mrs. Morrow
It's like putting an animal down.  You have to disassociate.

Stabler
Mrs. Morrow, did your husband tell you to kill Constanta?

Mrs. Morrow
He didn't have to tell me anything.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler standing at the door of the Morrow home — Benson is banging on the door)

Benson
Police!  Last chance!

(Stabler breaks the window with his elbow and carefully reaches through to open the door)

Stabler
You smell that?  Upstairs.

(The detectives race upstairs and open a door to find Morrow burning pictures in the fireplace)

Stabler
What are you doing here?
(wrestles Morrow away from the fireplace)

(Benson pulls the pictures out of the fireplace and stomp on them to put the flames out)

Morrow
You have no right to be in here.

Stabler
Exigent circumstances.  Your lawyer will explain it to you.
(cuffs Morrow)

Benson
(looking at the pictures)
Elliot.

Stabler
Yeah?
(walks over to Benson)

Benson
(flipping through the pictures)
Look at this.

Stabler
We're going to need warrants for those.

Benson
Let's at least get him out of here.

Stabler
(walks over to Morrow)
Where is she?

Morrow
(with a crazed look on his face)
She's gone.  She's not coming back.

Stabler
(yelling)
Ilena?!
(walks into Morrow's bedroom)
Ilena?!

Benson
Ilena?!
(reaching under the bed)
Ilena can you hear us?
(looks in a closet)
Ilena?

Stabler
(slides the closet doors open, revealing a large wooden door with a lock on it)
Olivia!

Benson
Huh?

Stabler
Get me something.  We've got a padlock.

Benson
(looks around and finds a hard object)
Here.

Stabler
That's good.

(Benson goes over to the door and starts banging the object against the lock)

(Shot of Morrow in the other room, listening and smirking)

(The detectives break the lock and pull open the door to find a torture chamber)
 


 

(Cut to the detectives questioning Morrow in the interrogation room)

Benson
Where is she?

Randolph Morrow
Who?

Benson
The girl you're torturing in all those photos.

Randolph Morrow
Honey, I'd like a mineral water, no ice.

Benson
And I'd like your balls in a blender, but ain't life a bitch?

Randolph Morrow
(holds his hand up to stop her)
You know, I said it would be alright if you keep me company while I waited for my attorney, but perhaps I'll have a little quiet time now.

(Benson nods and looks at Stabler, who shrugs his shoulders)

Benson
I've got some typing to catch up on.
(walks out of the room)

Stabler
Maybe you shouldn't have called her honey.
(smiles)
Women.  I've been trying to break her in for a long time now.

Randolph Morrow
I'd recommend the rack.

Stabler
Sounds painful.

Randolph Morrow
It's excruciating.  You have to be careful, though, you can cut off circulation, cause permanent damage.

Stabler
Is that so?

Randolph Morrow
It has to be consensual.  Like it is with Ilena.

(knocking, door opens and Cragen walks in with Terrance, Morrow's attorney)

Cragen
Mr. Morrow's attorney is here.

Terrance
Why is the detective talking to my client after he invoked his right to counsel?

Randolph Morrow
It's alright, Terrance, we were just discussing our common interests.
(stands up and pats Stabler on the shoulder)
Now, let's get me home in time for dinner.
(walks out of the room with his attorney)

(Stabler attempts to follow him, but Cragen stops him)

Cragen
It gets worse.  The hair sample from the rug?  Not his — it's the wife's.
(Stabler walks out and walks past Benson in the squad room)

Stabler
We need that warrant now.

Benson
(grabs the warrant from the typewriter)
Let's go.  What'd you get from Morrow?

Stabler
She's still alive.

Benson
(stapling the warrant)
Yeah?

Stabler
He used the present, not past tense when talking about her.  “She is,” not “was.”

Benson
Now, all we've got to do is find her.

Stabler
Yeah, before she dies.

(the detectives walk out of the squad room)
 


 

(Cut to Judge Ronald Mannheim looking at the warrant and talking to the ADA Erica Alden)

Judge Mannheim
How do we know these pictures exist?

ADA Erica Alden
The detectives saw them.

Judge Mannheim
How and where did they see them?

ADA Erica Alden
When they entered the suspect's residence looking for the girl.

Judge Mannheim
Without a warrant?

ADA Erica Alden
Exigent circumstances, Your Honor.  They had every reason to believe that this woman was in imminent danger.

Judge Mannheim
And was she?

ADA Erica Alden
Well, it turned out that she wasn't on the premises.

Judge Mannheim
Uh-huh.

ADA Erica Alden
But they found evidence indicating that she had been held there against her will and that she had recently been moved.  On this basis, we should —

Judge Mannheim
Please.  New York is the home or more discipline and bondage shops than you can crack a whip at.  Whips and chains do not necessarily denote non-consensual acts.

ADA Erica Alden
(upset)
Are you kidding me, Your Honor?!  I mean, any idiot can see that this woman is being held against her will -

Judge Mannheim
You are very close to contempt, Counsel.

ADA Erica Alden
(calmly)
Judge, we need to get into this apartment.

Judge Mannheim
You don't have probable cause, so you want me to give you a warrant so you can get probable cause, is that it?

(Alden sighs)

Judge Mannheim
Nice try.(hands the unsigned warrant back to her, and walks into the courtroom)

Bailiff
All rise.
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler at a hospital, talking with Dr. Benedict)

Dr. Benedict
She's still detoxing.

Benson
And what was she on?

Dr. Benedict
Ketamine.  It's an animal tranquilizer.

Stabler
And on the street it's known as Special K.  We're familiar with it.

Dr. Benedict
Well, in veterinary circles, it's known as the addiction of choice.  And hers was pretty long term. (opens the door to Mrs. Morrow's hospital room to let the detectives in)

Mrs. Morrow
I already told you everything.

Stabler
We're not here for your crime, we're here for your husband's.

Mrs. Morrow
My husband didn't do anything wrong.

Benson
Mrs. Morrow, he kidnapped and tortured that girl.

Mrs. Morrow
He disciplined her.  He helped her learn.

Benson
Did you know that she was missing?

(Mrs. Morrow looks at her, surprised)

Benson
Yeah.  You're gone, she's gone... and I guess he's all alone now, except, of course, for your daughter.

Stabler
And all of his toys.

Mrs. Morrow
He treats Tamara like a princess.  She's his daughter.

Benson
Adopted daughter.  She's not even his own flesh and blood.

Mrs. Morrow
No, he wouldn't.

Stabler
You know he can't let that closet stay empty.

Benson
Who's the next logical choice?

Stabler
Forget logic, who's convenient?

(Mrs. Morrow starts crying)

Benson
You know he's going to do it.  He did it to you, didn't he?  Didn't he?

Mrs. Morrow
(sobbing)
He was so... good to me at first.  And then he started asking me to do things.

Benson
So you let him hurt you.

Mrs. Morrow
I wanted to escape so many times, but I was so afraid for our daughter.

Benson
So you stayed, hoping that things would change, but they didn't did they?

Stabler
Until he abducted Ilena.

Mrs. Morrow
Like he said, it was so perfect.  A woman just in the United States and nobody would even know she existed.  He kept her chained in a closet for the first six months.

Benson
Yeah, except to rape and torture her.

Mrs. Morrow
You have no idea... what I went through!

Stabler
That's why you never did anything for Ilena — because he stopped doing it to you.  Alright, you're going to help us.

(Mrs. Morrow starts sobbing again)
 


 

(Cut to the Stabler and Munch facing Morrow in the interrogation room)

Munch
How easy was it to roll his wife?

Stabler
Like dice down the shoot.

Munch
Ooh, that's gotta hurt.  She was your number one submissive, wasn't she?

Randolph Morrow
She'll never testify against me.

Stabler
She will.  We control her now.

Randolph Morrow
She doesn't even blink without my permission.

Stabler
(leans down to get in Morrow's face)
She blinked.

Munch
(leans down and takes Morrow's face in his hand and forces Morrow to face him)
See, that's where you screwed up, Chuck.  You broke her down too much.  You made her too plyable.

Stabler
(takes Morrow's face in his hand and forces Morrow to face him)
You made it easy for us.

Munch
(takes Morrow's face in his hand and forces Morrow to face him)
Most wives'd go to the electric chair for their husbands, but not yours.

Stabler
You really screwed up.  Your power is gone, my friend.  We took your control.

Randolph Morrow
(upset)
I control Ilena.  She doesn't eat, sleep, or urinate without my permission.  I control her.  I do.

Stabler
Do you like beating up women?
(walks over to Morrow)
Huh, tough guy?  Stand up.

(Morrow stands)

Stabler
Sit down.

(Morrow sits)

Stabler
Stand up.  Stand up!

(Morrow stands)

Stabler
Sit down!  Sit down!

(Morrow sits)

Stabler
(laughs)
Now who controls who?
(laughs)
We've been forcing every move you've made.

Munch
Once we start you running, it's “Screw Up City,” pal.

Randolph Morrow
(upset)
You have never forced a move out of me!

Stabler
Oh, really?  We forced you to move Ilena, didn't we?

(Morrow smirks)
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Jeffries going through the photos they took from Morrow's home)

Jeffries
(picking up a photo)
And what about this one?

Benson
Oh, no, no, no.  That's the bathroom off the master suite.
(looking at the pictures in her hands)
Look at these welts on her back.

Stabler
Olivia!

Benson
Did he break?

Stabler
No, but I think he tipped his hand.  Now, we're sure all of these pictures were taken in the house?

Benson
(nods)
Yeah, I think so, except for this one.
(picks up a photo and hands it to Stabler)
This is the only one I can't place.

Jeffries
There's no point of reference for location in it.  Just that corner of rug near the opening.

(Benson and Stabler both make the same realization at the same time)

Benson
It's the rug Constanta was rolled in!

Stabler
Okay, where's the confession from his wife?
(sifts through some files and picks one up)
She took it out of the bedroom.

Benson
Been there the whole time.

(the detectives take the papers and run out of the squad room)

Jeffries
That's impossible, the cops have been all over that place!
 


 

(Cut to Benson and Stabler walking into the bedroom)

Stabler
(walks to the foot of the bed)
There ain't nowhere else but here.

Benson
Ilena, talk to us.  Where are you?

Stabler
It's got to be the bed.
(puts his hands under the mattress and looks at Benson)
Ready to go?

Benson
Let's go.

(the detectives lift up the mattress)

Benson
Ilena, can you hear us?
(banging on the footboard)

Stabler
(finds something)
Olivia, Olivia.

Benson
What've you got?

Stabler
I've no idea what I've got.

Benson
(points to the edge of the board)
What's that?  Something there?

Stabler
(unlocks the footboard)
Come on, baby!

Benson
Come on!

(the detectives pull on the headboard, breaking it away from the bed)

Benson
Elliot, there's something.  Pull it.
(they reach under the bed and pull out a long wooden box; through the hole in the cover, they see Ilena, gasping for air and covered in her own vomit)

Benson
Oh, my God.  She's alive.

(they pull the cover off the box)

Benson
Can you hear us?  Call an ambulance!  It's okay, sweetheart.  It's okay.  We're here.

Stabler
(gets on his radio)
This is Stabler, 321 West 101.  I need an ambulance, now.

Benson
(trying to comfort Ilena)
It's okay.

Stabler
(on the radio)
321 West 101st.

Ilena Condrescu
(panicking and pleading)
Tell him I didn't do anything.  I — I didn't make a sound, I swear!  I didn't do anything!

(The camera zooms in on Stabler's face and stays there)

Benson
It's okay, we're getting you out of here.  Ilena, it's over.  Shh.

Ilena Condrescu
I didn't do anything!

Benson
It's over.
 


 

(The camera is still on Stabler's face, but now he is in Cragen's office talking with Audrey Jackson)

Audrey Jackson
How long does a case like this stay with you?

Stabler
A while.

Audrey Jackson
How do you deal with it?

Stabler
I go home, hug my kids, kiss my wife.

Audrey Jackson
Can you discuss the cases at home?

Stabler
No, no, I don't let that world touch my family.

Audrey Jackson
But that world is everywhere.  You can't put them on 24-hour surveillance.

Stabler
True, but it doesn't mean I have to be their window into it.

Audrey Jackson
You have to work with a lot of cases involving children.  You think that hits a little close to home for you?

Stabler
(gets a little emotional)
You ever see a child with no soul?  I have.

Audrey Jackson
How do you handle it?

Stabler
I think — I think a lot.

Audrey Jackson
About?

Stabler
The crime.  The victim.  The people that do that sort of thing.

Audrey Jackson
What else?

Stabler
How I could get away with killing them.
 


 

(Cut to Audrey knocking on Cragen's door)

Audrey Jackson
Do you have a minute?

Cragen
Yeah.  Come on in.  How goes the witch-hunt?

Audrey Jackson
(closes the door behind her)
Well, I've seen everybody.

Cragen
You find any bed-wetters or cross-dressers?

Audrey Jackson
(chuckles)
No.  No, I found a commensurate level of stress and neurosis that one would expect in this field of work.  For the most part.

Cragen
For the most part?

Audrey Jackson
The purpose of this program is to identify detectives that are perilously close to a meltdown.  It's not to punish them, but to protect the public from them as well as themselves.

Cragen
You can't be saying that you found somebody at that stage in my unit?

Audrey Jackson
(nods)
I did.  And I'm afraid I have to recommend that they be removed from duty... immediately.

(Cragen looks through the window of his office at the detectives laughing and goofing around with each other and looks back at Audrey Jackson)

Cragen
Who? (The scene fades)
 

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19.11 : En mauvaise compagnie (inédit)
Mercredi 17 janvier à 21:00
6.19m / 1.4% (18-49)

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19.10 : Le mal d'une autre (inédit)
Mercredi 10 janvier à 21:00
6.86m / 1.3% (18-49)

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19.09 : Où est passé Noah ? (inédit)
Mercredi 3 janvier à 21:00
6.23m / 1.4% (18-49)

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19.08 : Désirs virtuels (inédit)
Mercredi 6 décembre à 21:00
6.18m / 1.3% (18-49)

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